CFO / Charter Broker
A luxury yacht charter in Turkey is full of magical places, food and experiences. Drop anchor in this beautiful part of the Mediterranean and experience Turkish delight from the luxury of your superyacht.
Turkey offers a magnificent landscape like no other with its endless coastlines, dramatic cliffs and lush rainforests that are best explored by charter yacht. Sail to secluded coves and islets only accessible from the water to experience Turkey’s unique diversity. The Turkish Riviera, fondly known as the Turquoise Coast, is one of the most popular stretches, famed for its warm sea, fine beaches and abundance of archaeological treasures.
Drop anchor and head inland to take in Turkey’s famous heritage. The Romans, Byzantines and Ottomans all left their mark on the great cities of Turkey. Rich in ancient and cultural history, the country is home to the Tomb of Mausolus and the Temple of Artemis: two of the Seven Wonders of the World.
Dine on authentic Turkish cuisine of olive-oil lathered vegetables, kebabs drizzled with lemon, buttery pilav and baklava. With beautiful vistas, alpine pastures, mountain-ringed lakes and sprawling beaches, the scenic beauty is almost otherworldly. It’s time you took it all in with a private yacht charter in Turkey.
Start your Turkey charter around midday in Çeşme. One of the treasures of the Aegean Sea, it's an ancient southern town with stunning preserved natural beauty. You’ll enjoy the stunning beaches and stunning waters of Cesme and venture to the scenic hot springs.
Relax in the stunning waters and surroundings of Çeşme where you can try numerous watersports, then later explore the region's multicultural heritage and tuck into delicious Agean Cuisine.
Sail to Kusadasi, one of the most attractive cities of the Aegean. Soak up the atmosphere and shop in the traditional bazaar for local arts and crafts or purchase a luxurious Persian rug. Enjoy the buzzing nightlife when the sun goes down. Take an 18-mile cruise to St Paul’s Port, a deserted sheltered anchorage opposite Pythagorion on the Island of Samos, and head back to port for the night.
A short cruise takes you to Samos, one of the most beautiful Greek islands in the eastern Aegean. Here you’ll find picturesque villages and little fishing bays set amongst impressive monuments, local museums and beautiful sandy beaches. Samos is known for its delicious local wine, and the ouzo from the island is one of the best in Greece. Samos is also famous for its shipbuilding of Greek fishing boats, so keep an eye out on your visit.
Sail for around two hours to reach Patmos, a charming and picturesque island with a laid back atmosphere. Skala is the main settlement on Patmos and features stunning whitewashed houses and flowered courtyards as well as hotels, restaurants and shops. Nearby is the village of Kambos, which is found by what is considered to be the finest beach on the island.
Leave Patmos early in the morning and cruise for four-and-a-half hours to the stunning island of Mykonos. The jewel of the Aegean, the island is generally regarded as the prettiest of all the Cyclades. The rocky mountains of most of the Cyclades give way to smaller rocky hills for exploring that combine with beautiful beaches to make up the glorious landscape of the island. Relax and unwind in this island paradise and make sure you don’t miss the idyllic sunset.
Wake up in the paradise of Mykonos and spend the day exploring the island, relaxing on the fine sandy beaches, swimming in warm glistening waters and tucking into gorgeous Meditteranean food.