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Wind an Temp in Göckova Turkey mid/end of May?

Postby Toby » Thu May 09, 2013 12:01 pm

does anyone know?

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Re: Wind an Temp in Göckova Turkey mid/end of May?

Postby Toby » Fri May 10, 2013 8:53 am

anyone?

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Re: Wind an Temp in Göckova Turkey mid/end of May?

Postby xfact » Fri May 10, 2013 11:12 am

Hi Toby,

I was last week in Turkey up North. Water was around 17 oC. I suppose in Gokova now it will be OK with 4/3 or even 3/2 wetsuit depending on the brand. Regarding wind, I can say that if you look at the Meltemi ( N/W in the north part of the Aegean sea, N around Cesme and N/W near Bodrum/Gokova ) and you see a good forecast, you should get good wind in Gokova. If the weather is hot ( last week ~28-30 oC ) and no clouds, you can expect a further thermic - 3-4 knots.
I hope I was helpful,

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Re: Wind an Temp in Göckova Turkey mid/end of May?

Postby direnc » Fri May 10, 2013 2:33 pm

Hi Toby,

I live in Turkey, and was there in May before.
Water temperature must be about 20C, and you should be OK with a thin shorty.
Winds are thermal, and it's windy if it's sunny with no clouds.
Check http://www.alwayswindy.com/ for almost all you want to know about the spot.


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