- Car Park: Yes
- Restaurant: Yes
- Fuel: Yes
- Boatyard: Yes
- Wifi: Yes
- Laundry: Yes
- Fresh Water: Yes
- Security: Yes
- Rubbish Disposal: Yes
- Distance To Airport: 50km to Bodrum-Milas International Airport (BJV)
- Electricity: 220/380 V, 50 Hz, 16-32-63-125 A
Located on the Bodum Peninsular in Turkey. Turgutreis is the flagship marina for the D-Marin group.
The marina holds 550 vessels and has capacity for 150 dry-docked. They have berths available from 8-75m. With finger pontoons for vessels, 8-15m and stern to / med moorings for vessels 16-75m.
They have a working boatyard with travel lift up to 100 tons. There are also hangars available for winter repairs.
Turgutreis Marina has all the amenities that you are likely to need onshore. Including fuel, water, electricity and waste disposal. There is indoor and outdoor car parking, electric vehicle charging, wi-fi, and TV. They also offer dive tank rentals and refill service. Perfect for those of you that enjoy scuba diving.
The Blue Point Beach Club is at the marina offering restaurant and bar facilities. There is also a fitness centre with classes at the beach club. The marina has a swimming pool and tennis court on site. There is also a spa with massage rooms, relaxation room, a sauna and a Turkish Hammam for you to enjoy.
To get to Turgutreis Marina you can land at their onsite Heliport. Bodrum-Milas Airport is 50km away by road which offers a seasonal service. Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport is 243 kilometres away, offering a year round service.
The surrounding area
Turgutreis Marina is 20km from Bodrum. The area around the marina is well known for its 5km sandy beaches. It’s also a lovely place to sit at the beachfront restaurants to people watch and see the sunset over Turkey. There is a popular local market on Sunday’s that brings in locals and tourists alike.
You are a mere 5 nm from Kos when at the marina. So taking your boat into Greece will be a regular occurrence. 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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