Double crop agriculture is a great advantage for the coastal Mediterranean climate. Although a number of soybean varieties have been recommended for cultivation, the information on the stability for double cropping is lacking for the agro-climatic conditions of Mediterranean coastal zone. Ten high-yielding advanced soybean [Glycine max (L) Merr] lines and four registered soybean varieties having maturity group III and IV (ARISOY, ATAEM7, BRAVO and NOVA) were evaluated for double cropping in different regions and years (2014, 2015 and 2016 in Izmir-Bornova, 2015 and 2016 in Antalya-Aksu). The F test was first applied to check differences of the deviation variances from the zero. In addition, statistics of ecovalance (W-i(2)) and stability variance (sigma(2)(i)), estimating the contribution of a genotype to total Genotype x Environmental interaction (GxE), were estimated. As a result of this research, two different conclusions were determined. If sufficient water is provide (500-700 mm) BATEM 306 and BATEM 317 lines can be grown, otherwise, the other two (BATEM 207 and BATEM 223) can be suitable to grow in the regional conditions.