Passengers travelling into Turkish waters will need a touristic e-visa. This allows them to stay in the country for 90 days out of 180 days. Only get the e-visa from the official government website listed here – https://www.evisa.gov.tr/en/ It’s a simple three-step process from filling in application forms, to making payment and then downloading the… More Turkish E-Visa System
For many, April is a glorious month. Spring has arrived, blooming flowers splash colour everywhere, and longer days shed winter temperatures to become ideal t-shirt weather. However, here, at 360 Yachting, we have another reason to be excited because it is just a month until Turkey’s official cruising season starts. Some people are already taking… More Let’s Go Cruising: Turkey’s Gearing Up for a Fantastic Season!
As we say goodbye to winter months, we are more than ready to welcome the joys of Spring and are also excited because Turkey is back on the international travel radar. Business Insider, Conde Nast, Forbes and the UK Times Newspaper have all named Turkey on their list of destinations to travel to in 2019… More 360° | Say Hello to March and the Joys of Spring!
Whether you pass through or plan to explore Turkish waters in depth, the 360° yachting team is a local, reliable yacht agency to help plan your trip. Our services include Berth reservations, yacht clearances and formalities Technical services, support and spare parts shipments Interior preparation, flower arrangements and event planning for special occasions Transport arrangements,… More Let 360° Yachting Team Shape Your Itinerary
Gocek has been designated an official “Port of Entry” and yachts are no longer to required to make stop in Fethiye before arriving to Gocek. Surrounded with six marinas and having the advantage of International Dalaman Airport being within 20 min. distance Gocek has always been the hub for visiting yachts and well-deserved to be… More Gocek : New Port of Entry
Many people think of Ottomans as dominating Turkish history, yet the Mediterranean is awash with traces of the Lycian Empire, that existed pre 2nd century. As well as sarcophagi, Lycian rock tombs draw in huge crowds with a mythological, grandeur appearance. By far, the best example is six large rock tombs overlooking the Cayi River… More Where to See Lycian Rock Tombs in Turkey?
By far, the biggest lure bringing travellers to Turkey in 2018 is value for money. With a lucrative exchange rate of 4.50 Turkish lira to the dollar, foreign currencies are going further than they ever have before. Turkish marinas have also been gaining international fame among the recreational boating industry, thanks to private and… More Why Turkey Should Be Your Next Sailing Destination?
By far, one of the most popular stopping off points on the Mediterranean Riviera of Turkey is the sunken ruins of Kekova. The uninhabited island is home to the ancient trading post ruins of Dolchiste, a Lycian town that suffered a series of disasters including an earthquake during the 2nd century. It’s waiting for inclusion… More Visit the Sunken Ruins of Kekova
It doesn’t have any significant beaches to boast of, yet many yachts sailing Turkish waters dock into the Mediterranean town of Kas, a rustic but quaint destination that really does seem cut off from the hustle of the 21st century. Famous for its Lycian tombs and whitewash houses covered with streams of pink bougainvillaea, Kas… More 360° Insight: Kas A Quaint Town of Southwest Turkey