Перевод книги на русский язык см. Лоция вод Турции и Кипра.
Yachting has enjoyed an explosion of boat ownership and an interest in all things maritime in Turkey. The major yacht builders in Europe have had a regular sales bonanza in a country with a booming economy that stands in stark contrast to the economic woes of Europe. Of course you need somewhere to park all these new boats so companies are busy building new marinas and expanding old ones all around the coast to cater for the new Turkish owned yachts as well as welcoming visiting sailors.
Accompanying this development is the continuing growth of yacht service companies sorting canvas, rigging, sails, engine repairs and all the other paraphernalia associated with yachts. Many of these companies have upped the ante and provide a professional and world class service. It's somewhat more expensive than it used to be, but the work is every bit as good as anywhere else in the Mediterranean.
Two developments in Turkey have caused a fair amount of consternation amongst cruising yachts. The first is the visa situation where visitors get a visa for 90 days and after that period must be out of the country for 90 days before they get another 90 day visa.
The upside is that residence permits for sailors are now more easily obtained. The application process is reasonably straightforward and most of the staff in marinas around the coast will help you do this.
Книга полностью на английском языке.
Для тех кто не владеет английским языком предлагаем Как взять яхту напрокат для парусного круиза в Турции. Практическое руководство полностью на русском.
Key to symbols used on the plans
Key to quick reference guides
Cruising in Turkey
Chartering in Turkey
Getting to and getting around Turkey
Food and drink
History and culture
Climate and weather
Coast radio stations
Safety and rescue services
About the plans and pilotage notes
I. The Dardanelles to Istanbul
II. The Aeolian coast
III. The Ionian coast
IV. The Carian coast
V. The Lycian coast
VI. The Pamphylian and Cilician coasts
IX. The Black Sea
I. Useful addresses
II. Useful books