The biggest naval ship in the Mediterranean is where the large bay Aksaz is located, In fact, it is unnecessary to give more explanation about the fact that although it is a natural harbour with very nice anchorages, it is a prohibited place for yachts to enter.
There is a lantern on the hill at the height of one hundred meters (FlWR 5s 102m 10M) on the southern side of the upper greenery located at the mouth of Karaağaç Port. There are temporary stops available at 7-8 m depth on the south coast of the island with sand moss bottom.
However, this island also remains in the forbidden zone, it is forbidden to go to land and foreigners to enter without permission, occasionally supervised by the patrol boat.
There are two rocky hazards on the southern side of the nose, one close to the shore and one on the south side of Güdük Burnu located to the east of Karaağaç Port. It is hardly noticed that there are 50 cm water on the south side of the Cape Güduku. Both are visible but the depth of the exposed sea is 40 m it can escape attention because it coincides on the line. Care must be taken. Turni Burnu with Kizılburun
I would advise you to keep the route to the south of the hypothetical straight line between them so that these rocks will remain in the north and cruise in non-hazardous waters.
Koycegiz Harbor, which is located between Kizilburun in the west and Delikada in the east, extends to the north and expands to the north and ends in Ekincik Bay. Kizilburun is named as Kizilburun with a red rocky steep rock and has a small island in front of it. It has a name and a flashlight on it (Fl2 5s 35m 8M).
Near the red nose are dangerous rocks that do not show up in mappings;
The nose has rocks that are 60 meters in front of the small nose and one meter of water above the nose.
There are water level rocks 50 m out of the other small nose that is half a mile north of Kızılburun. The Ari nose is spread out over a 40 m area with an opening of 120 m and has rocky debris with a water of about 1.5 m above it.
The east coast of Koycegiz harbour is completely windy and there is no place to take refuge.
On the west coast, there are a few bays to sleep in.
In front of Kizilburun, there are two coves, one of which leads to the west and the other to the south.
It is a small Semizce cove which is narrowing towards the south. The sea and the bay are small, 3 boats can only be narrowed;
Big Semizce Cove, which is recessed to the west, is bigger, behind it is a stony beach, it divides the nose coming out from the middle of the dark into two, the part to the south is more suitable for anchoring, bottom sand, 7 m deep anchor.
There is a beach and a pine forest behind the large gravel of the Kargı Bay which is a distinctly high nose between the sea and the sea. There is a water well near the beach. The sand is well maintained and the two-meter depth line runs from the shore to 20-30 m. the side is more sheltered.
On the north side of Karaçay Bay between the high rocky tip of Kargı Bay and the far north nose on the lighthouse is a sandy beach with a depth of about 6 m and can be anchored here to seat the coastal trees. The south side of the bay is more sheltered, the water is harder than the iron and the bottom is algae.
I do not advise you to stay alarganda in this country, though the breezy jobs that have made the breeze even if you have turned the backs of the breezes and the boats that fall in the foreground fall into tears, whilst the breeze comes from the solitary bodice and does not bother you much.
When the Ekincik harbour is crowded, the tour boats send anchors and their passengers to Dalyan.