Venue Information

How to get to Istanbul Sailing Club:

Istanbul Sailing Club is on Asian side of Istanbul, Fenerbahçe-Kadıköy region.

Address: Fenerbahce Mah. Tur Yolu Sok Kadikoy Istanbul
Phone : +90 216 336 93 72 – +90 216 336 06 33

Link for Google maps : https://goo.gl/maps/HpGmJ

Also please do not hesitate to get support for traveling, reservation and reaching the Istanbul Sailing Club.

Flights:
You can fly to International Atatürk Airport (IAA) or to International Sabiha Gökçen Airport (ISG). Both airports are approximately 35 km to the İstanbul Sailing Club and public transport is available. However best ticket quotations may be obtained for the flights coming to ISG, furthermore ISG is located on the asian side of the city and traffic conditions are much better compared to arriving via IAA.

Paid shuttle arrangements can be made from both airports to ISC, by appointment.

City Guide:

http://www.istanbuluseyret.com

http://english.istanbul.gov.tr

Hotel Guide:

You can find most of the hotels from www.booking.com
Also here are some direct links of the closest ones.

http://www.wyndhamkalamis.com

http://www.newrivieraresidences.com

http://hilton.com.tr/en/Doubletree–‐Istanbul–‐Moda/

Istanbul Sailing Club campus with total 15 rooms (4 person’s each with double deckers + toilette and shower)

Price Details:

EUR 15/person (if room shared by 4 person)
, EUR 20/person (If room shared by 2 person)
, EUR 35/person (If room is in single use)

Above prices include open buffet breakfast

Preliminary information needed. Please contact sportsdirector@istanbulyelken.com.tr for details.

Visiting Istanbul

Don’t miss!
The mosques of Süleymaniye and Sultan Ahmet (also known as the Blue Mosque).
The Ayasofya Museum and Chora Museum.
The Medusa heads at the Basilica Cistern.
The Topkapı Palace, the Dolmabahçe Palace and the Rumeli Fortress
The ferry up the Bosphorus and to the Princes’ Islands.
The panorama of the city from the Galata Tower and the Pierre Loti
The Ortaköy market.
The phaeton around Büyükada (island) ; Fish at a restaurant on the Bosphorus, at Kumkapı or Flower Passage; eating yoghurt at Kanlıca.
Rugs, jewellery and leatherwear at the Grand Bazaar, and Turkish delight, baklava, pastrami and candy at the Spice Bazaar.
Shopping at Beyoğlu and other mega-sized shopping malls

Cultural and artistic activities

Vibrant and cosmopolitan entertaintment…