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Located in the north western corner of the large bay, Fethiye Korfezi, Gocek is an attractive spot, still catering to the surrounding farmers as well as the growing yachting industry.

Docking

There are several marinas to choose from here, although many are aimed at the mega-yacht market.

It is possible to anchor in the bay. The holding and the shelter is good in the north western corner.

There was rumoured to be an anchoring charge in the Gocek bays, however this is not the case.

The "Blue Card" waste disposal monitoring scheme started to be enforced at the beginning of 2012. The Blue Card theoretically relates to the whole of Mugla province, north of Bodrum to just north of Kas. Find out more about requirements here. Read about Suekos (Association for conservation of aquatic ecosystems) rules for the Dalaman Bays - Fethiye - Gocek.

Pump out is free here, just call or text Turmepa 0539 439 1162 one day in advance and tell them the bay you are in and they come to pump out your holding tank(s).

Last updated September 2014.

Club Marina
Bungus Koyu Mevkii , 48310 Goçek, Mugla, Turkey
Tel:(+90 252) 645 1800 Fax:(+90 252) 645 1804 ,VHF Channel 72 "Club Marina"
Ferry service to the town. All facilities, WiFi, pump-out facility, fuel, provisions, restaurant and bar. Clearance services.
Quiet attractive marina with 225 berths, and can accept vessels up to 95m long and with 7m draft. No on-site repair facilities, but can be arranged by the marina
D-Marin Gocek Marina
Cumhuriyet Mh. Camtaş Cd. No:12 48310 Göcek , Fethiye/Muğla - Turkey
Tel:+ 90 252 645 15 20 Fax:+ 90 252 645 18 97 ,VHF Channel 73
Due south of the town. Very high quality facilities, laundry, supermarket, cash machine, yacht clubs and spa, bars and restaurants. Berthing for 380 vessels up to 80m in length with Boatyard with 70 ton travel lift, shore storage and all repairs.
Gocek Municipal Marina (Göcek Belediye)
Goçek
Tel:+ 90 252 645-1938 Fax:+90 252 645 1936 ,VHF Channel 13
The Göcek Belediye (town authorities) operate their own marina on two concrete jetties that extend from the waterfront towards the eastern end of the village. Berthing is stern-to with lazylines and there is space for around 150 yachts. All facilities. Fuel on the quay .
Marinturk Gocek Exclusive
Location 36º45’34’’N, 28º55’42’’E , Poruklu Koyu Göcek 48310 , Fethiye – Muğla, Turkey
Tel:+90 (252) 999 14 82 Fax:+90 (252) 645 15 78 ,VHF Channel 69, 73
Located in Poruklu Bay (10 min. from Gocek town centre).
All facilities, laundry, WiFi, water taxi, clearance services. Aimed at mega-yachts. Min. length 18m.
Marinturk Gocek Village Port
Location 36º45’N, 28º56’E , Büngüş Koyu Göcek 48310 , Fethiye – Muğla, Turkey
Tel:+90 (252) 645 1520 +90 216 999 14 82 Fax:+90 (252) 645 15 78 ,VHF Channel 73
Located in in Bungus Bay, close to the town centre.
Full service marina, fuel berth, Wi-Fi, laundry, pump-out, provisions, ATM. Boatyard with 200 and 75 ton travel lifts, all repair services.
Skopea Marina
48310 Fethiye, Mugla , Turkey
Tel:+90 252 645 1794 Fax:+90 252 645 1793 ,VHF Channel 72 "Skopea Marina"
Close to Gocek Municipal marina. Visitors' berths. All facilities, fuel, WiFi, ATM and bank, provisions. Swimming pool, restaurant and bar.The marina can accommodate up to 80 vessels on its single concrete jetty, but does not have any boatyard facilities.

Yacht Clubs

Port Gocek Yacht Club
Port Göcek Marina , Göcek 48310
Tel:+90 (0)252 645 1549 Fax:+90 (0)252 645 1241
The club organises regattas in both the spring and autumn.
EmekMarinGocek
EmekMarinGocek says:
Jul 19, 2017 09:09 AM

Here at Emek Marin, we take all comments seriously because we do our best to constantly improve. I don’t propose to go into any specifics here, I don’t think that would be helpful. But I, for one, believe that sites such as nooonsite.com do a good job in keeping all companies like ours on our toes.

Emek Marin has been in business for over three generations. During that time we have dealt with a great many problems. Some examples include:

● One year three yachts came for servicing and repairs. They left the same night without attempting to pay for their equipment and installations. This is why today we are cautious about releasing boats when bills are outstanding.

● Almost every year a yachts-person brings in a boat with damaged equipment and asks that we complete a ‘make do’ repair. Whilst we could do so, safety is an over-riding concern. We value people’s lives over aesthetics or other concerns. We always attempt to do whatever we can make good repairs at fair prices.

● A customer’s boat requires a specialised piece of equipment that we cannot find in our chandlery. We then phone other yards to see if they have the part in stock, but none is available. A special overseas order is then made. But customs in our part of the world isn’t straightforward. There are delays even though we employ a specialist who is devotes at least 50% of his time to import issues.

We are not perfect. Last month there was a small fire when some batteries fused together before being fitted. My foreman and I were not happy because the correct procedures had not been followed.

On the other hand, these kinds of accidents happen in even the very best of companies. We know this, and have taken steps not only to systematise work at Emek Marin, but also to sponsor an association to improve standards or work throughout Turkish boat-building yards. One of our companies is building a computer system capable of creating a national database of spare parts. This should help all boatyards to be able to locate spares and, sometimes, avoid problems with lengthy customs delays.

The association is already looking at standards of craftsmanship. This isn’t easy, and not simply because our boat builders are no good. Yacht manufacturers vary in the amount of documentation they offer. Some specs for repairs aren’t available at all. Some are in different languages. Although English is most common, other languages are also used. Works aren’t translated into Turkish unless we make the translations ourselves.

Emek Marin are compiling lots of worksheets. Some of these diligently follow maker’s specifications. Others, however, are augmented by our own experience. This is because whilst boat manufacturers may create work-plans at the times yachts were designed, time elapses before practical repairs need to be made. During that time innovations may occur within the industry, or when we have attempted to follow manufacturer’s specs to the letter problems have arisen.

Sometimes yachting folk have come with their own requirements. We do our best to follow what they ask, but not blindly. Safety is our watchword and we want to know that what they propose will work. I love the smaller boats and do my best for their owners. These tend to fun loving characters who regard their yachts more as pets than possessions. I know that people develop emotional attachments to their boats, the more so as the yachts carry family memories of sailing fun in the Mediterranean . . . but this cocktail can result in quibbles and customer dissatisfaction.

On our website EmekMarin.com you will find many testimonials from satisfied customers. It’s not in our interest to do shoddy work and we strive to do the best job we can every time.

Despite difficulties, the yachting industry is continuing to raise its standards in Turkey. Emek Marin is in the vanguard of this movement, and hopes to continue to be so well into the future.

Best wishes,

Riza Cagdas Cakir
Chief Operations Officer
Emek Marin

laysan
laysan says:
Jul 12, 2017 08:01 PM

I will confirm Sue Richards comments about Emek Marin. I read her post and thought I would give him the benefit of the doubt based on his "seemingly" attentive and helpful correspondence. I had a few small stainless jobs, canvas work and calibration of a BEP water tank sensor. He told me all could be done no problem. He had over a month of lead time and I was very explicit about the scope of work and exactly what had to be completed. There was no discovery time needed I had done all the hard work he just had to do as I instructed. When the work started I quickly saw how they worked....Get your stuff out of the boat and then hold it hostage until you pay anything they want to get it back. He never had the instrument or skill set to calibrate the tank sensor. Flat out lied about his ability to complete this task. He took my canvas away to be cleaned and never gave it back. I had to go get it and he charged me 150 euro to clean a tender cover. his stainless work was rudimentary. When I asked how he thought this was acceptable, he said its the best he could do and I had to live with it. I asked him to source some specific products we needed for cleaning (the boat was shipped and filthy rusty) He never got back to me. The key was the tank calibration. The boat is brand new and this was the last thing to be commissioned. He said he still needed more time to get the equipment. So I went on a week charter came back and he still didn't have it. He said he was waiting for it to be mailed from the BEP rep. It became obvious he never had the ability to compete this task and wasted a month of my time. All the work I had completed was over 2000 euros. Hugely expensive for the work completed. Sue is right...avoid. There are a ton of resources in this little town. so find a better source. this guy will send you huge bills, hold your gear hostage and never complete your work.

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Jun 14, 2016 01:35 PM

For more comments about Emek Marine see this link to the Amel Yacht Owners facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/amelyachtowners/permalink/708563415912449/

Bill&Judy Rouse
Bill&Judy Rouse says:
Mar 13, 2014 01:36 PM

I have known Emek Marine, Riza and his father since 2011. They are sales and service reps for Amel and Nordhavn. I have spent over 8,000 euros with Emek in the last few years. I have found their quality of service beyond anything we have experienced in the 30,000 miles of our circumnavigation.

I have recommended Emek to at least 10 other boats. All of these people have thanked me for the recommendation, including one who had a problem.

Any vendor can have an unsatisfied customer. One of my recommended friends had a problem at Emek. It is how the problems are handled that make the difference. My friend's problem was solved completely to his satisfaction. His boat was not an Amel or Nordhavn.

Bill ROUSE
BeBe, Amel 53

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Oct 25, 2013 01:36 PM

Posted on behalf of SY Baringo:

Emek Marine, Gocek, Turkey
We would like to warn all cruisers not to use this company for any advice repairs or engineering work on any boat. They overcharge hugely, their standards are low and they are completely unreliable and are quite happy to send your boat away unsafe assuming you will not be returning. We were a few miles out when our steering cables came apart after Emek had changed them. Luckily for us we could make it back and the weather was fine and the auto helm worked. There are many other problems which they caused that we are still trying to sort out 1.5 years on. So beware and do not be seduced with fine words and promises.

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