The Coast Guard team told AA that the migrants had sailed from Turkey's Ayvacik District and headed for the Greek island Lesbos.
After sailing over a kilometer from the shore, the migrants sent out a distress signal to the Turkish Coast Guard after their boat began take on water.
After being rescued by a coast guard team, the migrants were later turned over to the Ayvacik Repatriation Center.
Turkey has experienced a major increase in the number of migrants attempting to reach Europe from the country's western coast, resulting in the sinking of several vessels.
In August 2013, a speed boat carrying illegal migrants capsized in international waters of Turkey's Aegean Sea, resulting in the death of 24 passengers.
In another incident in September, a boat carrying illegal migrants sank in international waters with around 50 passengers onboard. All of the migrants were later recovered by Turkish rescue teams.