- Car Park: Yes
- Restaurant: Yes
- Fuel: Yes
- Boatyard: Yes
- Wifi: Yes
- Laundry: Yes
- Fresh Water: Yes
- Security: Yes
- Rubbish Disposal: Yes
- Electricity: 220/380 V, 50 Hz, 16-32-63-125 A
Triangle is happy to be able to offer annual berths at Didim Marina.
Didim Marina has capacity for 576 vessels with berthing for 90 Superyachts with berths ranging from 8-70m. They also have a Catamaran Club. Where you can have your Catamaran lifted on their 11-meter wide lift-pool system and 400-ton lift capacity.
The marina also has the capacity to have 600 vessels on dry docks.
There is a working boatyard with two travel lift’s that can hold up to 400 ton and 75 tons. Hangars are available for winter repairs.
Onshore at Didim Marina, there are a wealth of amenities. Including fuel, water, electricity and waste disposal. There is indoor and outdoor car parking, electric vehicle charging, wi-fi, and TV. The marina offers a wide variety of shops. From yacht linen, chandlery and provisioning to clothing and gifts.
Superyachts are made very welcome at Didim Marina. With berths suitable for vessels up to 70m. The marina offers five-star service to owners, guests, captains and crew.
Blue Point Beach Club is part of the on-site yacht club. Offering 150 sea-facing sunbeds, drinks and restaurant facilities.
There is a swimming pool, tennis court and basketball court on-site to enjoy. Within the spa centre, you will find treatment rooms, a relaxation room, sauna & steam room. There is also a fitness centre.
To get to Didum Marina you can land at their onsite Heliport. Bodrum-Milas Airport is 90km away, offering a seasonal service. Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport is 150 kilometres away, offering a year-round service.
The surrounding area
The Blue Flag beach of Altınkum is 10 minutes from Didum. There is also a weekly market.
With all the islands and inlets, there will be no shortage of places to explore on board your boat. A mere 27nm from Kos and 24nm from Kalymnos means regular trips into Greek waters. Please see here for news of Greece scrapping the DEKPA.
May to October is when most tourists visit the islands. During July, August and the start of September, temperatures can reach the high 40’s. Everyone tends to slow down during those months. The shoulder months of April, May, June, October and November are cooler.
Finding out more
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