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Yacht Charter in Turkey - The Fun Alternative to Sailing in the Mediterranean
More and more people from all over the world are getting into sailing as a sport and as a free time activity since it's a great way to travel and also it happens to be very relaxing. Seen as an elite activity for a long period of time, nowadays sailing and yachting in general has become more accessible, especially in countries such as yacht charter Turkey.
The locals have developed a sturdy infrastructure with competitive prices, able to steal some of the regular customers of more established sailing destinations such as Greece, also on the basis of the economic crisis that's plaguing the region.
The yacht charter Turkey Riviera has a lot to offer apart from marinas and low prices. There are interesting and beautiful historical harbors such as Bodrum, Fethiye, Gocek, Cesme and Marmaris which double as flourishing tourist centers.
Then there's the multitude of bays where a skipper could moor his boat that are also quite spread along the coast, not to mention very pretty, showcasing the rugged nature of the Turkish coast which seems to stem for antiquity, as if modern man never set foot here. So if you're a yacht charter sailor with a love for untouched nature, a yacht charter trip in Turkey is the thing for you.
History buffs will also have something to see while in on a yacht charter holiday in Turkey because this region is home to some of the most famous relics, like 2 of the 7 wonders of the ancient world (for example the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus) or the remains of the Lycian civilization including the famous tombs carved into mountains.
Finally, one of the best reasons to take a yacht charter trip in Turkey is the weather. This part of the Mediterranean coast enjoys long sunny days, when in other places the cold winds of autumn end the sailing season. Even if there's good weather in September and even October, the best time to make a sailing holiday in Turkey is in summer when not only are the temperatures nice but also the winds are at their lowest and blow mostly from the west and north.