Didim Marina

didim marina


Çamlık, Paşa Cad No: 3/A, 09270 Didim/Aydın


37°20’18.7″ N – 27°15’43.1″ E
VHF Hailing Channel : 72
Didim Marina Weather

D-Marin Didim Marina is situated on the western coast of Turkey, near the picturesque town of Didim. Recognized as one of Turkey’s official ports of entry, this marina strategically positions itself between two international airports: Milas-Bodrum Airport, 90 km to the southeast, and Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport, 145 km to the north.

With the capacity to accommodate 576 boats, each up to 70 meters in length, the marina also offers a landpark capacity for 600 boats, along with ample space for 90 superyachts. Often referred to as a “Catamaran Centre,” Didim Marina stands as a premier destination for yachts and superyachts exploring the splendid Aegean Sea.

The Blue Point Beach Club Marina encompasses a yacht club with a 14-room hotel, a refined swimming pool, and a restaurant featuring a diverse menu with examples of world cuisine. This restaurant extends its services to hotel guests, yacht owners, and vacationers alike.

Yes. Travel Lift





Concierge/Front Office, grocery store, swimming pool, restaurant and bar facilities.

Yes. We offer Marine Surveys in the Didim – Aydin area. Please contact us for availability and scheduling.

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