The Republic of Turkey is truly at a crossroads of history, culture, geography and religion. This vast peninsula is surrounded on three sides by water, and links Asia and Europe. With more than 4,400 miles of coastline, it is no wonder Turkey is a sailor’s paradise.Read more
Chains of rugged mountains frame a central plateau. Because of its geography, Turkey features a wide range of climate variation. As a result of this diversity, the variety of animal and plant life in Turkey is some of the richest found in Europe and the Middle East. The coast makes for prime sailing, with mostly calm waters and kind winds.
Turkey’s culture and history is as ancient and diverse as its geography and climate.“The Odyssey” is set in Turkey, and the Trojan wars were fought there. Constantine established Constantinople, which is now Istanbul, as a center for Eastern Christians. When Rome fell, Constantinople became the center of the Byzantine Empire. After the fall of the Byzantine Empire, Seljuk Turks ruled for nearly 200 years until Mongols invaded. A small group of Seljuks rose to power again, and created the Ottoman Empire, which lasted into the early 20th Century. It was swept away at the end of World War I, and modern Turkey was born in 1922.
If you hold a passport from one of the following Countries you will be required to purchase a visa on arrival in Turkey. Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, USA, UK.
The currency is Turkish Lira, TL. Many places will accept Euros, US$ & -sterling, although you should be aware of exchange rates to ensure you are getting value for money. We would not recommend changing currency at the airport, as the rate given is very poor.
Credit Cards: Visa & MasterCard
ATMs: In Several banks at Marmaris
Traveler Checks: No
Banking Hours: Monday-Friday 09.00 – 12:00 & 13:30-17:00
All travelers are allowed a duty-free allowance on goods they bring in with them. The amount of goods allowed will depend on where you are arriving from.
A sailing license is required. A transit log is required for every charter. If you plan to visit Greece a special Transit log is required. In order to avoid delays please send to the base at least one week before departure the crew list and copies of sailing license.
Seasons: April – November
Winds: The normal wind in the sailing holiday season is the meltemi, which blows from the NW – WNW in open waters, but nearer to shore follows the coastlines. Occasionally, in the high season gusts can reach above 6-7 Bft. Outside the season the meltemi is less powerful and even several days of light winds could be expected. Usually the wind will pick up early in the afternoon, which is ideal for anchoring. Yet, there is the possibility that the meltemi doesn’t die at the end of the day and continues during the night.
Day 1: Turgut Reis / Orak Island
Day 2: Orak Island / Cokertme
Day 3: Cokertme / Akbuk
Day 4: Akbuk / Seven Islands
Day 5: Seven Islands / Kormen
Day 6: Kormen / Karada
Day 7: Karada / Turgut Reis
Day 1: Gocek / Kapi Creek
Day 2: Kapi Creek / Ekincik
Day 3: Ekincik / Gemiler
Day 4: Gemiler / Kizikuyruk Koyu
Day 5: Kizikuyruk Koyu / Fethiey
Day 6: Fethiey / Wall Bay
Day 7: Wall Bay / Gocek
Day 1: Marmaris / Ciftlik
Day 2: Ciftlik / Bozukkale
Day 3: Bozukkale / Bencik
Day 4: Bencik / Datca
Day 5: Datca / Serce
Day 6: Serce / Turunc
Day 7: Turunc / Marmaris
Day 1: Fethiye
Day 2: Boynuz Bükü
Day 3: Karacaören
Day 4: Kapý Creek
Day 5: Göcek
Day 6: Twenty Two Fathom Bay
Day 7: Fethiye
Day 1: Fethiye
Day 2: Tomb Bay
Day 3: Ekincik
Day 4: Ancient Caunos
Day 5: Cold Water Bay
Day 6: Sarsala
Day 7: Fethiye
Day 1: Fethiye
Day 2: Sarsala Creek
Day 3: Cold Water Bay
Day 4: Tomb Bay
Day 5: Ekincik
Day 6: Ekincik
Day 7: Marmaris
Day 8: Marmaris
Day 9: Kumlu Buku
Day 10: Ekincik
Day 11: Ekincik
Day 12: Gocek
Day 13: BBQ Bay
Day 14: Fethiye
+90 (553) 295 5602
You can contact our office at working hours on channel 71, asking “DREAM YACHT”. However mobile phones are most commonly used to communicate with base.
By plane. International airport of Dalaman. Dalaman – Göcek : 18 km – 25 min
International airport of Antalya – Göcek ; 220km – 3h30m
The Marina can be accessed by taxi or bus transfer ordered by Dream Yacht.
Club Marina has a capacity of -depending on boat sizes- 205 boats.Club Marina is in a favorite boat and yacht center in the West Mediterranean, and has lots of historical and natural beauties.
Wireless Internet (WLAN)
Restrooms & Showers open 24hours situated in 4 different points of the marina
Bars & Restaurants, Supermarket, Hydro Lift, Fuel Station, Repair & Maintenance Work, Weather Forecast, Berthing Service and VHF Channel
24 Hour Fuel station
24 Hour Security & Central Fire Fighting Systems
Post Office & Courier Services, Waste Disposal (pump out station).
Within the marina premises there is CARREFOUR market from which you can obtain most of your daily needs. Furthermore, several supermarkets are in the center of Gocek and delivery to your boat is available upon request.
Supermarket, restaurants and café-bars are in the marina. All ATMs and banks are in Göcek center.
Annual Average Temperature 18,4ºC
Summer Average Temperature 27,3ºC
Winter Average Temperature 10,5ºC
Average Wind Speed 2,5 m/s
Fast wind Southwest (SW)
Prevailing wind Northeast (NE)
-20 + 50
Annual Average Rainfall 578,1 mm/m2
Average Humidity Ratio 62,49%