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The World’s Best Superyacht Marina Needs Your Votes!

Once voted the ‘World’s Best Luxury Superyacht Marina 2018-2019’ by the British Yacht Harbour Association (TYHA), Turkey’s Yalıkavak Marina is calling on Nautic Magazine readers to vote for them again for 2020-2021!

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As Turkey’s most celebrated marina,Yalıkavak Marina is the country’s first high-capacity superyacht marina, completed to an impeccable standard. Situated on the Aegean coast of Turkey, the marina provides 620 berths for yachts up to 135m in length.

Providing high-class facilities and technical services for yacht owners and visitors alike, the marina has built an international reputation for its impeccable standards. Home to more than 100 brand-name stores, gourmet restaurants featuring Turkish and international cuisine, boutique hotels, and a Blue Flag beach in line with EU standards,Yalıkavak Marina promises unparalleled experiences with a luxury resort approach.

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Since its inception, the marina has built a roster of accolades including a TYHA 5 Gold Anchor rating. The awards recognises the marinas with a Gold Anchor status, with the general public voting for the best.

Eager to make Turkey proud again, Yalıkavak Marina invites sea lovers, friends and fans to vote and help the marina win another year.

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Voting couldn’t be easier! If you’ve experienced the best of Yalıkavak Marina then a few minutes is all you need to cast your vote.

Visit the Yacht Harbour Association here before the 28th of August 2020.

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