Frontier Formalities, Passport and Visas: Nationals of the following countries can enter Turkey with a valid passport; a visa is required: Up to 3 Months Germany, Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belize, United Arab Emirates, Denmark, Morocco, Fiji, Finland, France, Granada, Iran, Switzerland, Iceland, Jamaica, Japan, Canada, Qatar, Kenya, Kuwait, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, Monaco, Norway, Oman, St. Lucia, San Marino, Seychelles, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Chile, Trinidad, Tobago, Tunisia, Vatican City, New Zealand, Greece, Ecuador, Sweden, Israel, South Korea, Uruguay. Up to 2 Months The Republic of Croatia, The Republic of Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Rumania, Macedonia, Indonesia. Up to 1 Month Bolivia, Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, The Republic of South Africa. For the countries mentioned above and Bulgaria, a transit visa is not required. Nationals of the following countries require a visa: U.S.A., Austria, United Kingdom, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Holland, and Portugal can obtain a sticker visa at border gates (Up to 3 Months). Azerbaijan, White Russia, Armenia, Moldavia, Uzbekistan, Russia, Tadzhikistan Ukraine, Hungary, Poland, The Czech Republic, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Georgia, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Taiwan can obtain a sticker visa at border gates (Up to 1 Month). Nationals of Guatemala can obtain a visa for up to 15 days at border gates. Nationals of Jordan, up to 30 days. Nationals of all other countries require a visa, which can be obtained from the nearest Turkish embassy or consulate.
Note: Citizens of Germany, Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Spain, Italy, Malta, Switzerland, and Greece may enter Turkey with the proper identity cards in lieu of a passport.
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What is Blue Voyage?
Blue Voyage is a yachting tour, cruising along Turkey's Aegean and Mediterranean coasts. We offer this tour, using traditional Turkish 'Gulet' which are picturesque and comfortable. Full board is offered and tours can last from 7 days to 2 weeks or more. There is a flexible choice of itineraries since tours can start from Bodrum - Marmaris - Datca - Fethiye - Gocek - Kas and Kemer- Antalya. An ideal way to explore Turkey's unspoiled south west coast line, with its rocky peninsulas, sandy coves and islands. It is an area rich in historic remains, many of them on the coast ( even under the sea ). Yachting specializes in Gulet charter on our ever-expanding fleet of comfortable, wide beam vessels which are fully crewed by experienced staff and offer expert sailors and novices alike the opportunity to relax and enjoy the unspoiled coastline visiting fertile coves and secluded bays the only way possible by yacht vacation. Turkey is a treasure chest of coves, inlets, bays and beaches from which yachters can choose a different and always private anchorage each night. The sailing paradise of Turkey is home of the BLUE VOYAGE.
This idyllic cruise means sailing with the nature. It means also experiencing the history of human being from the sea rather than from land; a journey which carries you to the private beach of Cleopatra, the eternal fires of Mt. Olympos and Myra the archaeological remains of ancient civilizations. For the lovers of the active life, sailing in the clear waters provides the opportunity of Swimming, Snorkeling fishing, Canoing, Parasailing, Banana, Skiing, Surfing, Mud bath and Diving. Sailing in Turkey also allows you to experience a thruly enriching cultural exchange with the hospitable and gracious people of the coastal villages and towns. The tempered winds which generally blow from the west and northwest make the long summers ideal for the yachting and seem encourage an appreciation of nature. From some of the turquoise coast's unspoiled and sheltered bays, you can see mountain peaks rising to almost 3000 meters above sea level. Fortunately, modern facilities and comfort have not developed in Turkey at the expense of ancient hospitality and slower pace.