Cesme Marina is the result of a joint investment from Camper & Nicholsons Marinas and IC Holding.
In addition to the standard facilities that you would expect from Camper & Nicholsons marina, Cesme Marina also provides:
Cesme Marina has a fully serviced boatyard with an 80-ton travel hoist and a 20-ton boat mover as well as storage ashore for up to 100 yachts.
In addition, Barog Marine provides the following facilities on-site:
Cesme Marina Position: 38◦ 19ı.24N / 26◦ 18ı.08E
By Air – Cesme Marina is just 45 minutes from Adnan Menderes International Airport, which has direct connections to many European cities with Turkish Airlines, SunExpress, Pegasus, British Airways and Lufthansa.
By Road – Situated at the western end of the Karaburun peninsula, Cesme Marina is less than an hour’s drive from Izmir. There is also a regular bus service between Izmir and Cesme.
By Sea – Pilotage into Cesme Marina is straightforward whether approaching from the north or the south. Cesme Castle is easy identifiable and lies immediately north east of the marina. The outer breakwater and the green light are easily identified day and night. The channel between Chios and the mainland is free of unmarked hazards.
The rocks, marked by a beacon a mile west of the entrance, should be kept a quarter of a mile to starboard – or leave to port, passing mid-way between the rocks and the headland. Pass between the breakwater to starboard and the pier to port. On approach, contact us on channel 72 to arrange your marina berth.
The entrance of Cesme Marina is 88 meters wide, and it is protected by a breakwater of 300 meters allowing yachts a safe entry.
Regulations – Cesme Harbor, Customs and Passport Police offices are a short walk from the marina. The marina team at the Capitainerie will be pleased to advise on opening times and other formalities.
Yachts entering Turkey are required to obtain a transit log (yacht cruising permit). When leaving Turkey, yachts should depart within 24 hours of clearing out.