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There are two passages into the bay of Marmaris around Keci Adası and our visitors who prefer Marmaris catamaran charter can use one of these. A yacht can pass on either side of Keci Adası, through Sark Bogazı or Gurup Bogazı. Both channels have good depths in the fairway and are free of dangers.

The dwelling and light structure on the southern end of Keci Adası are easily identified, as is Kara Rock in the western channel. The light structure on the North of Nimara Island is also easily identified. One into the bay of Marmaris, the town will be seen at the northen end.Closer in, the town quay and marina easily identified.

The approaches to Marmaris and the marinas are all lit, but some of these lights are difficult to make out against the loom of the town lights until you who prefer Marmaris catamaran charter are close to. Care is also needed of Yachts and gulets anchored off around the bay, as they do not always display anchor lights. With strong southerlies the re are gusts into Sark Bogazı. There are several marinas and anchorages around Marmaris.

The town quay is usually overflowing with trip boats, gulets, parascending and dive boats. There is little room for yachts here now. See seperate entries for Marmaris Marina and Marmaris Yacht Marine. Anchor off to the west of the old town and castke where possible. The area is used by gulets and other boats so pick a spor with an eye on other anchored Yachts and keeping clear of the approaches to the town quay. You should be able to be find a spot in 8-15 m though sometimes you have to anchor in deeper water. The bottom is mud and weed and generally good holding once the anchor dug in. The meltemi tends to blow off the land though there can be southerlies in the morning. Obviously not a place to be in strong southerlies. The constant coming and going of ferries and other craft also set sup a lot of messy wash which make it uncomfortable. Please contact our expert team for you Marmaris catamaran charter requests.

Varios repair services for mechanical, engineering and electrical repairs in and around town. For the various yards and services located around Marmaris Limanı see the seperate entries which follow.

Marmaris is a booming tourist resort. The setting in the pine-clad triangular bay is magnificent, and provides sheltered waters for dinghy and board sailing. It is one of the principal yacht charter bases in Turkey and Marmaris Race Week is a popular way to round off the season competitively. The town of Marmaris was devastated by an earthquake in 1958, so that most of the buildings date from reconstruction after that time. The little that remains of the old village and a medieval fortress built around a rocky knoll is picturesque, but the same cannot be said of the new hotels that linet he foreshore.

Marmaris Catamaran Charter – Marmaris Netsel Marina

The future of this marina was made far more certain by the take over by a consortium which includes Setur in 2006. Rather confusingly though, the name remains Netsel Marina. Under the new ownership, the management and staff here have been working hard to improve facilities and services. For best boat options reach to our Marmaris rental catamaran page.

Numerous berths are occupied by charter boats, but there are also a significant number of cruising boats based here. In addition to the straight yacht facilities, there are cafes and restaurants around the marina, a yacht club, travel agents and a swimming pool – it is posible to entertain yourself entirely within the marina, though we recommend you do not insulate yourself, but venture out to the town and its delights.

Marmaris Catamaran Charter – Albatros Marina and Pupa Yat Hotel

This is on of the most peaceful places to be in Marmaris Bay and the hotel ashore provides good food and drink without a disco backbeat.

Marmaris Catamaran Charter – Marmaris Yacht Marine

The large marina is tucked into the corner of Marmaris Limanı where the isthmus joins Nımara Adası to the mainland. Marmaris skippered catamaran charter. It ıs hard to remember how this Isthmus looked before Marmaris Yacht Marine amalgamated the old marinas here and steadily developed into one of the largest and most popular marinas both for live-aboards and for those hauling yachts to leave on the hard. The marina management work hard to provide all the services and facilities you might want, and by and large are succeeding. It may be a bit too far out of town for some, but shuttle ferries and buses run regularly into Marmaris, and judging by the numbers of yachts here, it suits most people just fine.