Dalaman – Muğla – Turkey

GPS : 36°40’05.8″N 28°54’02.8″E / 36.668278, 28.900769

Domuz Island is a private island and no landing is allowed. There is a small cove on the northern side which is sometimes used by vessels anchoring in 15 metres, an activity that seems to be tolerated as long as they don’t send parties ashore.

Domuz Island is also called as Prince Island. In the island, there used to be large number of wild boars. Because the mooring of the island is protected from winds, it is an ideal place for the gulet yacht to anchor and overnight. In the north of the island, there is a creek. It has a very narrow entrance and a long corridor, surrounded by olive and pine trees. Here at the most extreme end of the bay, you can see the ancient ruins and rock tombs.

Uzun Ali Koyu
GPS : 36°40’11.1″N 28°53’31.0″E / 36.669742, 28.891933

This creek lies on the north shore of Domuz Island. Boats can anchor on west side and take a line ashore. There are good depths in the middle. A creek on the west allows room for just two boats. Prevailing wind send in swell. Fair weather anchorage.

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Dalaman, 48770 Dalaman/Muğla Province, Turkey

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