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D-Marin Didim Marina
3. Koy Didim, Aydin, Turkey

T:+90 256 813 75 26
F:+90 256 813 14 13
Contact:Mr. Can Polat

LAT/LONG 37 20’ 21” N 27 15’ 55” E
VHF 16/72/73

D-Marin Didim Marina has been opened in August, 2009 as the biggest marina in Turkey for Megayachts with its capacity and services.Our marina is located at the Aegean Coast of Turkey. Our Coordinates : 37 20’ 21” N 27 15’ 55” E D-Marin Didim Marina catamaran center in Turkey. The environmental friendly marina gives utmost importance to energy and water saving and it has received the Blue Flag and 5 Golden Anchor flags from the THYA (The Yacht Harbour Association). D-Marin Didim is 12 miles from the popular Bodrum destinations of Türkbükü, 14 miles from Yalıkavak, 20 miles from Turgutreis and between 15-25 miles from the islands of Leros, Patmos, Samos and Kalymnos. Considering its proximity to historical landmarks like Selçuk and Ephesus as well as the historical sites such as the Apollo Temple, Heraclea, Iasos and the Rock Tombs near Didim, the marina’s north-south strategic position becomes more significant Airports – Bodrum - Milas International Airport is 90 km away and Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport is 145 km away by road.

Berth Information
Price Guide
Air Access
25-30m berths
High season
Int'l airport
30m+ berths
Low season
on site
Max length
Max draught
Max beam
Facilities available at Berth
Facilities: 70 000m2 dry/dock area, 400 and 100 tons of travel lift, 40 tons of trailer, Deck washing and cleaning, Technical services, 30mx60m hangar of (2)parts, Electricity and water supply, Laundry and dish washing area, Rental depot and closed garage, Heliport, Port of Entry, Fuel Station & Tax Free Fuel Services
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