Most of the Greek islalnds on yr way are vulconic and have very scarce source of water, particularly in summer.. For most of them the water are carried from Rhodes by tankers.
is more lucky in this regard but frankly I don't know anywhere where you can get free water unless you are in one of the coountless restaurant jetties or in a marina. (most of the marinas
for it) They won't charge you anything in jetties as long you have a dinner or breakfast there and the quality of water is very good.
Not all of them have water and or electricity supplied to the boats.
On yr route
I am adding electicity as well for those who needs to charge their batteries
,"W" standing for water and "E" for electricity.)
Simi: E, W maybe..
Bozburun: E,W (small marina)
Söğüt:E,W( go to the rest. at the very end of the bay. Octopus rest is one of the best in the area)
Bozukkale: None in any of the 3 restaurants..
Çiftlik: E,W (many rest, all of them have both W and E)
Ekincik) E,W (rest)
Göçek bays: very few would have water an electricty, the one in Kapı Creek is OK. Otherwise the marinas
in Göçek and Fethiye have all.
Kalkan/Kas : E,W in marinas.
Kekova: E,W in rest.
Finike: E,W in the marina
Antalya : E,W marina
Alanya: E,W marina
:Girne (haven't been but you should be able to get a supply.
Karpaz marina: excellent marina , you can get anything..also port of entry for Northern Cyprus and very convenient.
A warning: never get a fuel
in Greek islands
delivered by small jars and small tankers. Always look for a decent fuel
stations. You cannot believe what kind of staff are we getting from the filters of the boat
filled up this way in small and remote
islands..Fuel stations :At the entry of Simi on yr port side, all of the marinas in Marmaris, one in Göçek, Antalya, Alanya, Girne and Karpaz..