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  • Sail the idyllic Turquoise coast
  • Enjoy delicious gourmet Turkish food and adventure activities!
  • Turn your charter into a party boat when the sun goes down
Turkey is a real gem when it comes to sailing.  If you close your eyes and start thinking about sailing in Turkey, I'm sure you'll imagine a stunning landscape of deep blue coves, sandy crescents and soaring cliffs, surrounded by local villages and archaeological sites. This is the description of the Turquoise Coast in the southern part of the Anatolian peninsula, the stretch of coast also known as the Turkish riviera. Definitions vary of where the Turquoise Coast begins and ends, but everyone agrees that the Mugla province is the heart of the Turquoise Coast, including popular seaside destinations like Dalaman, Marmaris, Bodrum and Fethiye, all offering extraordinary sailing experiences. The Turquoise coast is by far and away the best place to go sailing in Turkey, and Fethiye as the ideal place to join a cruise on a gület (traditional wooden yacht) - the iconic four-day route travels south-east from Fethiye to Olympos, stopping at Butterfly Valley, the stunning sand-spit of Oludeniz as well as Kas and Kekova, with the final night spent at stunning Gökkaya Bay. Mugla sailing encompasses truly the best of what Turkey has to offer - don't miss it! Why not choose to sail the Mugla region of Turkey for your next Mediterranean getaway? Keep browsing our listings below!
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Gulet/Phinisi in Muğla (Turkey) for 8 pax
Authentic Wooden Gulet 78 SK-AY · Gulet/Phinisi · 8 ppl
This beautifully designed traditional gulet is ...
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$ 848
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Gulet/Phinisi in Muğla (Turkey) for 10 pax
Turkish Gulet 99 EB · Gulet/Phinisi · 10 ppl
Hop aboard this beautiful gulet for an authenti...
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$ 20183
week/boat
Gulet/Phinisi in Muğla (Turkey) for 6 pax
Turkish Gulet 66 F · Gulet/Phinisi · 6 ppl
This beautiful 66-footer is a traditional woode...
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$ 6897
week/boat
Gulet/Phinisi in Muğla (Turkey) for 6 pax
Turkish Gulet 66 C · Gulet/Phinisi · 6 ppl
This beautiful 66-footer is a traditional woode...
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$ 7293
week/boat
Gulet/Phinisi in Muğla (Turkey) for 18 pax
Traditional Gulet 142 A · Gulet/Phinisi · 18 ppl
This 141-foot wooden gulet is fully equipped fo...
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$ 1696
day/boat
Gulet/Phinisi in Muğla (Turkey) for 16 pax
Traditional Gulet 143 OSKT · Gulet/Phinisi · 16 ppl
This 143-foot wooden gulet is fully equipped fo...
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$ 1244
day/boat
Sailing Yacht in Muğla (Turkey) for 8 pax
Beneteau Oceanis 40 · Sailing Yacht · 8 ppl
This Beaneteau Oceanis 40 shines in the sun o...
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$ 1945
week/boat
Sailing Yacht in Muğla (Turkey) for 10 pax
Dufour 450 Grand Large · Sailing Yacht · 10 ppl
This 45-foot sailing yacht was nominated ...
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$ 2556
week/boat