Palmarina Traffic Control Tower team is available 24 h and MUST be contacted via VHF before arrival and prior to departure. Upon arrival, please provide the following information:
Berth number (if known)
Last port of call (if arriving from a foreign port, see customs and immigration section)
ENTERING THE MARINA
The entrance to the marina is marked with red and green lights on the breakwaters. Please wait for pilot dinghy assistance before entering the marina.
Pilotage is compulsory for all boats of over 1000 GT (gross tonnes). The Pilot may be organised through our Yacht Assist team and the Pilot boarding station is on the entrance of the bay (for arrivals).
All berths are equipped with mooring lines ans anchoring is not allowed within the marina
All berths are equipped with mooring lines ans anchoring is not allowed within the marina.
The mooring system for boats at is “Med” or “stern to” for yachts on all docks and pontoons, with the exception of pontoon G where berthing is alongside The mooring system consists of two bow mooring lines. Please be sure to contact the marina on VHF 72 to ensure the marina staff will be at your slip on arrival or departure to assist with line handling.
Blue Card system equipped waste water (gray, black & bilge water) pump out station
Waste water pump out boat service
Engine oil disposal tanks
Contaminated waste storage and disposal service
Used batteries disposal
Tax and duty-free fuel to private and commercial vessels can be supplied at Palmarina. Upon completion of bunkering the yacht must leave the territorial waters of Turkey. Duty free fuel cannot be consumed in the country.
When time is of the essence, we pride ourselves on taking care of the details, whether it is last-minute restaurant reservations and bespoke travel itineraries; at Palmarina Bodrum, our market knowhow and network offers a solution to every request; however big or small.
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PALMARINA Bodrum, is among the most secure marinas in the region today and with on-going investments and structuring.
24/7 CCTV System & Security. Closed circuit television surveillance and monitoring of the premises by the marina security staff, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Berthing docks and pontoons are accessible with electronic card controlled gates under security staff controls.