Dalaman – Muğla – Turkey
GPS : 36°38’44.0″N 28°53’37.8″E / 36.645556, 28.893819
Göbün cove affords all-round shelter. Several visiting boats winter in the water here. Dalaman is easily accessible for provisional supply. The bay located south of the Domuz Bay. The entrance of the bay is very narrow but once inside you will find a long bay surrounded by olive and pine trees.
Göbün Koyu cannot easily be identified from a distance. You will spot the bay only as pass the opening, which is between sheer cliffs. Larger boats cannot enter this cove as there is little space for maneuvering. There is 5 to 7 m depth and the bottom is sand. The western side is shallow. There are underwater demolished walls from the ancient settlements.
GPS : 36°38’36.3″N 28°53’38.8″E / 36.643424, 28.894121
There is a low quay on starboard where there is room for a few yatchs. Boats can anchor in the middle and take a line to this quay.
GPS : 36°38’35.3″N 28°53’35.7″E / 36.643127, 28.893252
There are floating moorings of the restaurant. A quay of the restaurant has berthing capacity up to 40 boats. The area near by the head of the quay is rocky. It is best to go bows-to it to secure your rudder though long passarellas are provided by restaurant. The restaurant is one of the oldest restaurants in Göcek. It is owned by a diver and his wife from Kayaköy. They provide good food and service. They produce electricity from the solar panels. There is a barber next to the restaurant.
The settings are very attractive. Do not forget to climb up before sunset for a fabulous view of Göcek bay. Rough but nice path leads you to the ruins from the Roman period. At the far end of the bay you will find some rock cut tombs and ruins. The bay is visited by blue voyagers but not by the daily tripper boats.
Dalgıç Muammer Restaurant
GPS : 36°38’35.8″N 28°53’39.0″E / 36.643275, 28.894152