Traveling abroad doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to pack like you’re going away for months. Particularly when you are out at sea. If your heart is set on cruising the blue on a private yacht charter in Turkey, keep in mind that your floating accommodation is not as spacious as if you were renting a summer house.
However much it is roomy inside the yacht cabins, packing light with only what you really need, using a folding style of luggage such as a backpack is perfect. After all, you are most likely going to be spending most of your time in the water and traveling during the time of year when it is hot in Turkey.
A private yacht charter Turkey vacation is all about having a great time, without any stress at all, and relaxing, lazing on deck, strolling without a rush to get somewhere – in little charming towns or villages and superb ports of call. All you really need are the essentials – and multiple pieces of swimwear should be at the top of your list (wear one while the other is drying) – unless of course you are traveling with children. Sometimes a few more items are needed with kids.
During the months between May to the end of September, the evenings are warm enough that nothing to keep your warm at night is required if your yacht charter itinerary includes the Southern coast of Turkey. On the other hand, the list of items you do bring with you, does depend on your style. But in general, a beach towel, swimwear, sunscreen, sunglasses, some tank tops or t-shirts and shorts should suffice. Most of your time is spent outdoors in the sun and bath towels are provided during your Turkish blue cruise vacation.
Should you happen to forget to bring something with you on your yacht holidays, you can always purchase from the marketplaces located in any one of the bays and harbors that you may be anchored at.