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Question what about "Marmaris" !

Hello Everybody,

This summer I was in Marmaris-Turkey. There were plenty pleasure and sail boats there which are based at marinas in and around Marmaris (Bodrum,Gokova,Hisaronu,Gocek). Especially I would like to ask to foreign yatchers who have/had been in Marmaris ; " What is the place and importance of Marmaris in yatching world if you compare with another places in Meditterranean?" May we say that Marmaris is the one of the most advisable place to all of yatchers ?

What can you say about Turkish yatching world?

All the best,

Kamil
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Kamil... Marmaris is indeed beautiful and more and more cruisers are discovering how beautiful Turkish waters are. I was amazed at how beautiful the water was and to be able to visit the Greek Islands and explore the history along the Turkish coast is a thrill. I especially like the fact that Turkey is NOT a member of the EU and that yachts may stay there without running into the 18 month VAT or Schenegan treaty immigration laws. Thus...it is one of the few remaining places where long term foreign cruisers may visit to get of of the EU and start the VAT clock all over again. That aside, Turkey has to be one of the most beautiful places to cruise in the world and the marinas are world class and reasonably priced compared to much of Europe.
Best to you as well!
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