Bodrum Sailing

Numerous Berths and Good Infrastructure for Your Charter Holiday in Turkey

Bavaria 40 Vision
€ 2795
Bavaria 40 Vision Spark I


3Cabins 6Berths 2Toilets 12.7 mLength
Bavaria 50 Cruiser
€ 3885
Bavaria 50 Cruiser Heaven can wait


5Cabins 10Berths 3Toilets 15.4 mLength
Jeanneau 53
€ 6450
Jeanneau 53 AYBALAM


SailingyachtCrewed boat2014
3Cabins 6Berths 3Toilets 16.06 mLength
Lagoon 421
€ 7940
Lagoon 421 Paluko


SailingyachtCrewed boat2011
4Cabins 8Berths 4Toilets 12.61 mLength
€ 12900
Gulet Bodrum Queen


MotorsailerCrewed boat1999
6Cabins 12Berths 6Toilets 27 mLength
€ 14895
Gulet Cemre


MotorsailerCrewed boat2010
9Cabins 18Berths 10Toilets 30 mLength
€ 11663
Gulet Ceo


MotorsailerCrewed boat2003
6Cabins 12Berths 7Toilets 30 mLength
€ 37185
Gulet Halis Temel


MotorsailerCrewed boat2010
12Cabins 24Berths 14Toilets 42 mLength
Azimut 55
€ 9816
Azimut 55 Joey


MotoryachtCrewed boat1998
3Cabins 6Berths 3Toilets 17.51 mLength
€ 13628
Gulet k. ege


MotorsailerCrewed boat2018
6Cabins 6Berths 6Toilets 29 mLength
€ 7044
Gulet Karia


MotorsailerCrewed boat2006
3Cabins 6Berths 4Toilets 19 mLength
€ 39185
Gulet love boat


MotorsailerCrewed boat2010
16Cabins 32Berths 18Toilets 36 mLength

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The ancients had a good idea of fun and good weather when they set the town of Bodrum, or Halycarnassus, as it was called in ancient times, a thriving city both then and now, famous for one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world, the Mausoleum of Halycarnassus. Today, it's mostly a tourist region with great weather and lots of good sailing, with a prestigious annual regatta.

General Info
Site of the ancient city of Halicarnassus, which is renowned for the Mausoleum, one of the Seven Wonders of the ancient world, the city of Bodrum is today a popular   resort on the southwestern corner of the Turkish peninsula, facing the Mediterranean Sea.

Its long history, the perfect setting and the recent governmental investments made in the region make Bodrum one of the best choices for those   sailors who like this part of the Aegean Sea.  This means that there are plenty for you to do and see, and there’s also lovely sailing around the shoreline of the peninsula.

Travel & Arrival
The local airport is called Bodrum-Milas and it’s situated about 35km from the town. There are many flight operators flying here as well as some charter services. For those who can’t find a connection, there are the bigger airports in Dalaman and Izmir, both 3 hours away from Bodrum.    visitors can get into town from the airport via the shuttle bus services or by private taxi which can be booked prior to arrival.

By land, the peninsula of Bodrum is reachable via the D330 road which splits off into several secondary roads. In case you don’t like driving, but don’t want to fly here either, there is the option of taking your   group on a bus trip, Bodrum being linked with most major cities in Turkey, such as Istambul, Ankara, Izmir and others.

Ferry boats insure the water traffic during the summer, of course, mainly made up of sailors. Most of the tourists arriving by sea come from Greece, from ports like Kos or Rhodes. These summer ferries travel daily to cope with the large numbers of sea voyagers.

Avant & Apres Sail
It’s very likely that the only way you’ve heard of Bodrum is thanks to the ancient mausoleum so that’s the first thing any holidaymaker wants to see first. However, the mausoleum was destroyed by earthquakes a long time ago and the only remnants that can be seen today are found in London’s British Museum.

You’ll have to make do with the Castle of St Peter, built by the Knights Hospitaller around 1400, parts of which were actually built with stone taken from the ruins of the mausoleum. This castle also doubles as the local archeology museum, so chances are it’s always going to be packed with tourists.

Among some of the other places of interest you can visit while in Bodrum you’ll find the Amphitheatre which dates back to the days of ancient Halikarnassus and the Windmills which have become world famous for their rustic and ancient look. The visitors can see these artifacts which were operational as late as the 70s.

The shopping scene in Bodrum is very Split into two separate versions: the old commerce, with the small shops on crowded streets that sell groceries, pottery and leather goods and the new, touristier commerce, set in modern shopping centers. tourists can enjoy a blend between the two if they want to get the real Turkish experience. One word of advice: never pay the price you’ll being asked, always haggle, that way you can get some very good deal on clothing and jewelry.

Eating in Turkey should be an experience in itself sincethe Turkish cuisine is an interesting mix of Western and Eastern dishes and ingredients. You’ll notice that the locals eat a lot of vegetables, either fresh, or roasted, or fried and served with yoghurt. You could always go for the delicious Dolmatas, which as vegetables stuffed with minced meat and rice.

Of course, there are those Turkish exports that westerners have learned to enjoy, such as the dönerkebab which in Bodrum are sold by street vendors, are delicious and very inexpensive, so a great option for the hungry guests who is on the run. When you’re done, make sure to stop by any of the coffee houses to get a taste of real Turkish coffee, a real delight for both connoisseurs and novices.

Wild is the word when it comes to the nightlife in Bodrum, and any regular who’s been here before can tell the same story. It’s loud, colorful and crowded, these are the 3 words that describe what goes on after nights fall on streets such as Dr. Alim Bey Cadesi or Cumhuriyet Caddesi.

Actions & Events
In recognition of its status as a tourists region but also as an important port, Bodrum celebrates a couple of annual maritime events that are sure to be of some interest to the crowds. The most proeminent is the International Bodrum Cup regatta in October organized by the local yacht club.

At the end of the day, when all the partying is done, Bodrum is a lovely and vibrant place to visit, full of history and people, especially during the high season, but you’ll find that there are tourists here almost all year round, enjoying the beaches, the sightseeing or the nightlife.

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