What our clients say!
We had a wonderful vacation. The boat was very nice and clean when we arrived. We had a defect of one of the engines, but that was correctly taken care off. Also the inspection of the boat in the beginning and at the end went very efficient and kind. We would certainly recommend your services to other people. We are even thinking of coming back next year, but then starting in Fethiye.
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I am writing to praise and recommend Boating Turkey and Necmi in particular for any chartering you may contemplate. They are efficient, professional and everything is just as they promised. The boat we chartered exceeded out expectations for condition and equipment. The marina was first-rate as well. If you are considering chartering in Turkey, go to Boating Turkey as they have a premier service and are great people with whom to do business.
Dear Necmi Bey,
In 2013, we rented a bareboat in Göcek. Nature and weather was heavenly and we had a wonderful week but our boat had many problems which gave us hard times.
This year we contacted you via the internet among many others and you gave us the best price together with impressive references. When we arrived to the marina, our boat was ready 3 hours in advance.It was clean, we were well received and informed of the boat.After spending a week in the boat, I can say it was very well maintained and everything functioned well.We had a great sailing week thanks to your punctuality and close concern.
We are very much looking forward for our sailing holiday next year knowing we will have the best with your efforts and experience.
We had a great time on the Asensena again on the summer 2013 . The meals were deliscious and rich, the captain and crew very friendly and helpful all the time,and the Gulet was luxery and clean.
Me and my friends are very satisfied about this trip and we like to say thank you for the perfect organisation.
We keep in touch Necmi, let's say until next year, i'll send you a mail in the early spring.
Jean Pierre Van Daele and his friends