The Mediterranean season is now underway and the final touches are likely being made to cruising itineraries. No matter where your vessel cruises this season, you will certainly benefit from the services of professional Yacht Agents. Turkey, with its stunning coastlines and crystal blue waters, might be high on the list of locations yacht owners want to cruise this summer. With this in mind we have compiled a list of the best Superyacht Agents in Turkey, all managed by the reputable Association of Yacht Support Services (AYSS).

The AYSS team has been providing yacht services to captains and crew since 1991, with offices all over the world. With 71 Superyacht agents, you will always be connected seamlessly from one destination to another, meaning you will never be too far from professional assistance and friendly service.

As part of its commitment to providing guidance and support to vessels and crew at every destination, AYSS agents offer assistance at each of its locations. In addition to providing assistance with your Superyacht’s essential daily needs, AYSS yacht agents can also assist you with visas, cruising permits, port control requirements, suggestions on where to visit and where to discover, and even recommendations on where to dine locally!

The Best Yacht Agents In Turkey

Operating in Turkey since 1973, Gino Yachting is arguably the largest and most influential company in the Turkish yachting industry. With their main office located in Netsel Marina, Marmaris, the central hub of all yachting activities in Turkey, Gino Yachting is excellently positioned, and also have locations all over the coast.

Gino Yachting are committed to maintaining and improving their world-renowned reputation as Turkey’s leading superyacht agency and have been members of AYSS since 2009.

Their yacht services include but are not limited to:

  • Yacht Clearance
  • Berthing
  • Transportation
  • Limo Service
  • Provisioning
  • Car, Helicopter and Plane Rental
  • Duty Free Fuel
  • Tour Planning
  • Consultancy
  • Charter License

Here is the full list of all of the Gino Yachting locations in Turkey…

With a modern yacht marina and many first-class hotels and restaurants, Kusadasi is a popular town for both European and Turkish tourists. The location is also a stop-off point for large cruise ships. Just a few miles from the ancient Roman capital of Ephesus, ideal for guest excursions.


Gino Yachting is part of AYSS
Milta Marina

Bodrum is a popular locaiton for yachts to vist with popular and well facilitated marinas. Yalıkavak marina, winner of Marina of the Year Awards 2018, 2019 and 2020 is perhaps the first to spring to mind when considering cruising round Bodrum. Another popular and centrally located marina is the Milta Marina, as well as D-Marin Marina Turgutreis, which is among the most prestigious marinas of the Aegean and Mediterranean.

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Netsel Marmaris Marina is the home of the main hub for Gino Yachting. Marmaris is a popular location to visit by yacht, with its natural beauty, excellent weather, unique position and various marinas. One of Netsel’s most important features is that it is a city marina. The marina is also adjacent to the historical Marmaris castle and the city centre.

With beautiful bays and crystal clear waters, it’s no wonder that Gocek has grown to be popular with Yachts in recent years. There are six Marinas in the area, Club Marina, Skopea Marina, Municipality Marinas, Marinturk Göcek Village Port, Marinturk Göcek Exclusive and D-Marin Gocek. The area maintains a Turkish village atmosphere but with plenty of attractions for guests and crew alike.

Antalya is a small medieval harbour, surrounded by the walls of the old town’s medieval castle. An active restoration program is taking place in the old town of Antalya, and it is home to a number of restaurants and cafés for guests to enjoy. Besides an excellent archeology museum, Antalya also has a few places worth visiting.

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