Kusadasi Hourly & Daily Yacht Charter and Boat Rental
Located on the coastline where the Aegean region meets the sea, Kusadasi is among the cities that host the most tourists a year and has the 3rd largest port in Turkey. Kusadasi with its nice climate and breathtaking nature is flooded by local and foreign tourists each and every summer season. In recent years, the region has also become a frequent destination for holidaymakers going on blue cruise tours.
The Kusadasi region has been under the domination of many ancient civilizations throughout history such as Romans, Byzantines, Seljuks and Seleucids and thus it has a very colorful historical texture. It is known that Kusadasi has a 9,000-year settlement history, and the region has been an important cultural and commercial center in all periods of history.
Among the prominent historical values of Kusadasi is Guvercinada Castle, which was built to protect the Kusadasi Harbor and is visited today for touristic purposes. Ephesus Ruins and the House of Virgin Mary, which are about 20 minutes away from Kusadasi, are also important stops for those who visit the region.
With its thousands of years of deep-rooted history and unique natural beauties, Kusadasi offers its visitors many opportunities in terms of places to visit and see. Kusadasi is famous for its Blue Flag beaches and underwater riches adorned with unmatched beauties. The bay of Kusadasi has compelling views with its rock structures, deep wall crevices, caves and the reef of Airbus A 300 type passenger plane that was sunk in 2016 and has become a favorite spot for diving enthusiasts. There are a total of 6 diving points in Kusadasi Bay- which has Turkey’s largest plane wreck reef- namely Ada bango, Yilanci Cape, Barbaros bango, Ada Kule Cave and Kadinlar Denizi artificial reef.
You can either explore Kusadasi during a sailing holiday or choose to rent an hourly or daily boat without overnight stay. With the hourly or daily yacht charter option in Kusadasi, you can enjoy swimming in crystal-clear waters and sunbathe as much as you want, experience water sports activities such as diving and windsurfing and take short nature walks by going ashore. You can also wander around the famous orange and citrus groves during your walks.
Daily boat tours in Kusadasi generally depart from Guvercinada dock and they last until the sunset in the evening. If you want to discover new and different places instead of spending the whole day sitting on a boat, you can liven up your holiday spirit by renting a boat for a few hours and sail freely to the places on your route together with your group. Tour times may vary depending on the boat and can be made as half-day or full-day. The minimum rental period is generally 2 hours, taking into account disembarkation and berthing.
Tours cruising along the route of the bays on the coast of Dilek Peninsula Natural Park are among the most preferred daily boat tours. Soguksu Cove, Butterfly Bay and Kavakliburun are visited within the route. Alternatively, it is possible to participate in daily boat tours departing from Kusadasi that sail around the surrounding bays. Tours that depart from Kusadasi follow the route of Baradan, Maydanoz and Koru bays.
In addition, if you are interested in diving, you can join diving tours to witness the extraordinary marine life in its natural habitat. If you haven’t dived before, you can get beginner diving training from the diving centers in the region and meet the underwater world.
You can list hourly and daily chartered gulet, motor yacht, sailboat and catamarans in the Kusadasi region by selecting the check-in and check-out dates as the same day.
Kusadasi Hourly and Daily Boat Rental & Charter Prices
Hourly and daily boat rental prices in Kusadasi vary according to the size, guest capacity and equipment of the boat. Rentals can be made for a minimum of 2-4 hours and on a daily basis. Hourly rental prices start from 50 €. In hourly rentals, the total price is usually calculated based on the 1-hour rental fee. Daily rental prices, on the other hand, vary between 300- 450 € in low season and 450- 700 € in high season.