Palamutbuku 

3.9 (6 ratings)

About Palamutbuku

  • Berths
  • 3.3 m
    Draft
  • Length
  • VHF channel
  • +90 534 382 57 35
    Phone

Services and equipments

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Showers
  • Restrooms
  • Fuel
  • WIFI

User reviews (6 ratings)

Hospitality
| 4/5
Cleanliness
| 3.3/5
Services
| 3.8/5
Proximity of shops
| 4.3/5
Tourism
| 4.2/5
  • Roman
    Roman ~ 27/09/2020
    Carmen | Sailboat ~ 12 m

    Very nice port, mooring lines, water and electricity + wifi on the peer. 100TL fee for 43'. Protection is very good for all wind directions. Depth 2,5-2,6 at entrance, 3,5 inside. Place for may be 15 boats, not more. There are a lot of shops and restaurants nearby + two nice beaches on both sides if the marina. It's a good stop if you need shelter, calm and nice

    Very nice port, mooring lines, water and electricity + wifi on the peer. 100TL fee for 43'. Protection is very good for all wind directions. Depth 2,5-2,6 at entrance, 3,5 inside. Place for may be 15 boats, not more. There are a lot of shops and restaurants nearby + two nice beaches on both sides if the marina. It's a good stop if you need shelter, calm and nice

  • Татьяна ~ 05/08/2020
    Caesar | Sailboat ~ 13.6 m

    Little marina, no VHF. Certo close to shops and restorans. Very delicious icecream from the goat. Good protection from wind. Help with parking.

    Little marina, no VHF. Certo close to shops and restorans. Very delicious icecream from the goat. Good protection from wind. Help with parking.

  • Paul / Theresa
    Paul / Theresa ~ 30/07/2020
    Iduna II | Sailboat ~ 12.84 m

    This is a little gem, very Turkish. After bouncing around in the bay for hours, motoring around looking for another bay and the wind getting up, I decided we should come into the harbour. A great decision. We berthed on the street wall near the far right corner as you enter. Depth is 3-4m. There are laid lines and the gentleman whistles and waves to show you where you go. He helps with the laid line. A boat hook is needed. TL100/night including water and electricity, irrespective of boat size and if you use the facilities. Dolphin restaurant, just outside the harbour, did our laundry, TL50 per load. (We thought he said TL15 but when we came to pay it was TL50.) Laundry hung out to dry. We decided to eat at Dolphin, upstairs. The food was surprisingly superb and having walked the entire road, very reasonable. We ate fried calamari and stuffed calamari. Dolphin has shower facilities too. We didn't use them. This town has the most mask wearing we've seen!

    This is a little gem, very Turkish. After bouncing around in the bay for hours, motoring around looking for another bay and the wind getting up, I decided we should come into the harbour. A great decision. We berthed on the street wall near the far right corner as you enter. Depth is 3-4m. There are laid lines and the gentleman whistles and waves to show you where you go. He helps with the laid line. A boat hook is needed. TL100/night including water and electricity, irrespective of boat size and if you use the facilities. Dolphin restaurant, just outside the harbour, did our laundry, TL50 per load. (We thought he said TL15 but when we came to pay it was TL50.) Laundry hung out to dry. We decided to eat at Dolphin, upstairs. The food was surprisingly superb and having walked the entire road, very reasonable. We ate fried calamari and stuffed calamari. Dolphin has shower facilities too. We didn't use them. This town has the most mask wearing we've seen!

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