Marmaris Hourly & Daily Yacht Charter and Boat Rental
Marmaris is a lively port city located in the Mugla province of Turkey where the Aegean and the Mediterranean intersect. With its rich history and unmatched nature, Marmaris stands out as being one of the most important tourism spots in Turkey.
Marmaris has been home to many civilizations throughout history and continues to attract local and foreign tourists every year with its magnificent sceneries from the hills covered with pine forests, beautiful beaches, untouched coves, ancient cities and yacht marinas. Marmaris is also a frequent stop for blue cruise boats.
The history of Marmaris dates back to 1200 B.C. You are likely to encounter the traces of Carian, Egyptian, Assryian, Ionian, Persian, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman civilizations during your trips in this region. Besides, since Marmaris was a gateway opening to Rhodes and Aegean Islands, it had a strategic position and played a key role in the development of trade with Egypt and Rhodes at that time.
In ancient times, the city was called by its first known name, “Fiskos”. The word “Fiskos” meant “Nature City” in the Carian language. The reason why this name was chosen for the city was because it embodies all the elements and beauties of nature. Today, it is possible to observe the remains of the old city in the area that is called Asartepe.
There are many world-famous coves and beaches to be seen in and around Marmaris. The most significant of these are İcmeler Beach, Uzunyali Beach, Bordubet Cove, Kumlubuk Cove, Turunc Beach, Boncuk Bay and Hisaronu Bay. One of the most enjoyable ways to discover these coves and beaches is undoubtedly a sailing holiday. However, you can also visit the best of Marmaris by renting an hourly or daily boat without overnight stay. So instead of spending the whole day on the boat, you can freely determine your sailing route and set sail into the blues freely.
Daily boat tours in Marmaris usually depart from the ports and marinas in the center in the morning and they last until the sunset in the evening. 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.
Daily boat tours departing from Marmaris and visiting the surrounding bays are more likely to be preferred by the visitors. Cennet Island, Aquarium Bay, Phosphorus Cave, Amos Cove and Turunc are included in the route. Moreover, it is possible to explore other unique spots of the region such as Dalyan, Hisaronu, Aegean Islands, Gulf of Gokoca and Cleopatra Island with daily boat tours.
With the hourly and daily boat rental options, you can stop over to swim in different bays and islands, visit historical remains by taking short walks ashore, and experience local delicacies and some fresh seafood in the best restaurants.
You can list hourly and daily chartered gulet, motor yacht, sailboat and catamarans in Marmaris by selecting the check-in and check-out dates as the same day.
Marmaris Hourly and Daily Boat Rental & Charter Prices
Hourly and daily boat rental prices in Marmaris 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 500 TL. 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 2,500 – 3,500 TL in low season and 3,500 - 5,000 TL in high season.