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The Mediterranean

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Experience a beautiful yacht charter in the Mediterranean

Seatravel has many fantastic destinations in the Mediterranean - they are perfect for both safe cruising along the coastlines of interesting islands with beautiful landscapes and more exhilarating excursions out into the open sea to experience more challenging sailing.

Furthermore, you can explore historic cities, ancient ruins, secluded coves and a multitude of marinas at our destinations in Greece, Croatia, Turkey, Southern France, Italy, Mallorca and Malta. We arrange yacht charter from more than 60 bases distributed in 15 areas in seven countries - and it is always possible to rent a sailboat or catamaran that matches your expectations and budget.

Your Yacht Charter can be combined as you desire - and our many professional business partners are always ready to assist you during the trip, to ensure that you will have an unforgettable experience.

In the Mediterranean, you can rent a sailboat from mid-April to mid-November.

Split, Trogir & Kastela (Central Croatia)

Split, Trogir & Kastela (Central Croatia)

Yacht charter in Central Croatia (Split, Trogir and Kastéla) The Croatian Adriatic Sea is famous for its crystal-clear waters - perhaps the most pristine in the Mediterranean. Along the Croatian coast visiting sailors can encounter more than 1,000 charming and beautiful islands - and the Dalmatian Islands near Split are some of the most famous and popular destinations for yacht charterers. Some of the islands are large and covered in forest with centuries-old historic towns, castles and fortresses on hills and charming shops and excellent restaurants. Other islands are wild, isolated and uninhabited - all have beautiful anchorages. Another highlight on a sailing holiday in the area is the opportunity to explore the historic cities of Split, Primosten and Trogir. Departure: Our guests usually sail from Trogir, Kastela or Split. The marinas are very close to Split International Airport, which makes for a convenient transfer. Sailboat and Catamaran boating in Central Croatia (Split) Wild, surrounded by turquoise blue water and with a rough appearance, many islands are protected as national parks - and make a beautifully varied and diverse area for sailing. The voyage is very picturesque and can include both long and short passages to charming anchorages between rocky islets, or by ancient villages shrouded in history and surrounded by the clearest water you can imagine. A boating holiday to central Croatia tends to focus on the more than 30 islands on the central Dalmatian coast near the city of Split - including beautiful Solta, Hvar and Brac. Kornati National Park, with its breathtaking barren landscape, lies to the north. The area offers so many large and small islands that it has been called a labyrinth of unsurpassed natural beauty. In May and June, the area is extremely welcoming with pleasant and mild winds at about 15 knots from the west. The area is, therefore, an ideal destination for a pleasant family holiday on the water. In July and August, the wind goes down even more - and the weather is mostly quiet. The high season runs from April to November, but in the fall you may encounter the Bora, a strong wind from the north. The tidal range is insignificant, never more than two feet - and sailors with basic skills in coastal navigation can sail in the area without any hassle or stress. In the sailing season, the average daily temperature is 23° C. Pristine beaches, a lively nightlife, lovely local food, secluded coves and fascinating historical sites, make a sailing holiday to Split an unforgettable experience. Highlights A voyage through central Dalmatia offers a wonderful mix of adventure in the area's beautiful scenery, white sandy beaches and lush vegetation as well as great cultural experiences in the charming and ancient cities and ports. Or escape to pristine anchorages, where you can enjoy the area's rich wildlife, far from crowds of people, bustling cities, shopping and restaurants - everything is possible here. Snorkelling is supreme, and a sailing holiday here is a journey into some of the most beautiful sailing areas in the Mediterranean. You will, among others, have the opportunity to experience:Gentle navigation Kornati National Park Split - a UNESCO world heritage city The islands of Hvar, Brač and Vis A mixture of quiet and more lively coves and bays Ancient and unforgettableTrogir
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Athens, Lavrion & The Cyclades

Athens, Lavrion & The Cyclades

Yacht charter from Athens – the Saronic Gulf and the Cyclades If you are looking for a yacht charter full of fantastic sailing conditions, beautiful landscapes, historically influential ancient ruins, remote islands, pulsating nightlife, a warm culture and an amazing culinary tradition – Greece is the place to be! Athens and Lavrion, the latter being situated on the southern tip of the Greek mainland, are perfectly located for an exciting yacht charter in the wonderful sailing areas of the Saronic Gulf and the Cyclades. Here you can experience culture and history in the Cyclades, perhaps venture out for a taste of the Dodecanese islands or the Sporades. In this sailing area you will find everything you are looking for – and much more. With the many attractions in this extensive sailing area, you have the opportunity to choose an area according to the conditions that match your sailing preferences best. A sailing trip in the Saronic Gulf offers short passages, light wind and waters that are well-protected and relatively flat-bottomed. Generally speaking, the Cyclades and the Aegean Archipelago have more wind. Both areas are enchanting and offer the same mixture of modern conveniences at resorts and in tourist cities as well as historic attractions and cosy destinations that provide a relaxing environment. Seasons: This sailing area is closed from December 1st to April 1st. Departure: Most of our guests depart from Kalamaki/Alimos marina in Athens - or Lavrion. Sailing in the Saronic Gulf The eastern Mediterranean Sea has a very small tidal difference of 1-2 feet; tidal currents are not a worry. In the sailing season from April to October, blue skies and warm weather with average temperature on 24-28° C dominates. The water temperature has an average of 27° C. Sailing in the Saronic Bay consists of shorter passages, less wind and the area is well-protected and the sea bottom flat. In the spring- and autumn months the wind direction is generally light from a southern direction. In July and August, the wind is stronger. Highlights The surroundings are among some of the most picturesque in Greece. You will be surrounded by beautiful bays and coves in the Saronic Gulf and the Cyclades - both with calm villages and exciting tourist attractions, historic attractions and sandy beaches of exquisite natural beauty. The unique character of this region reflects in the architecture of the houses and villages as well as castles, monasteries and churches that are situated on the sunny hilltops. Consider sailing through the protected waters in the Saronic Gulf between the peninsulas of Attica and Peloponnese - or enjoy a more exciting and challenging sail to the Cyclades. Every destination has a pleasant host of different attractions. The advantages of a sailing holiday in this area are many – snorkelling, swimming and sunbathing on untouched beaches, sightseeing trips to old temples and medieval fortresses as well as adventures at the traditional outdoor markets and having dinner at intimate traditional taverns. Travel suggestions If you choose to rent a sailboat and embark on a yacht charter - a typical itinerary could include the protected waters in the Saronic Bay between the peninsulas Attica and Peloponnese as well as the islands Kéa, Hydra, Aegina, Sérifos, Syros and Kythnos, just to mention a few. Common to all the islands is that each of them has a host of different and rewarding attractions.
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Mallorca

Mallorca

Sailboat rentals in Mallorca and the Balearics The Balearic Islands are located in such a way that they form a Mediterranean front, which means the local winds are extraordinarily favourable for sailing. The conditions are usually only bad when other fronts dominate, which may occur during the winter months. The calm waters of the natural indentations, bays and calas (inlets), which are found anywhere on Mallorca's coastline, are ideal places to drop anchor. The ideal wind conditions allow inexperienced sailors to practice in a safe environment. In the sheltered bays, beginners can learn to sail without having to worry about the strong wind and threatening waves. During the summer months, thermal winds provide calm sea breezes from early morning to late afternoon. The many bays are well-protected and larger waves are kept away from the coast. However, some calas are more vulnerable than others. Puerto Pollenca is a popular destination for water sports such as kite-surfing. The wind by the coast of Mallorca is normally very reliable and summer winds provide a steady breeze throughout the day, perfect for yachting. Even in the winter months, there are bays in Mallorca that remain protected by the mountains - such as Puerto de Pollenҫa and Port d'Alcúdia. Larger vessels can handle the stronger winds further away from the coast and travel around Mallorca’s 554 km long coastline. In the winter months, the waters in the channel between Mallorca and Menorca can be relatively rough, and waves often hit the east coast of Mallorca. Highlights Mallorca is a part of the Balearic Islands, an archipelago full of contrasts - a cultural mosaic of past and present. Along the south-east coast, you will find deep calas (inlets) that are often only accessible from the sea, impressive caves and small villages where life passes on quietly. In livelier Alcúdia, Port de Sóller and Port d’Andratx, you can dock at atmospheric ports among local fishing boats.
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Sicily and the Aeolian Islands

Sicily and the Aeolian Islands

Rent a sailboat in Sicily and the Aeolian Islands In 2000, the Lipari Islands, located just above Sicily at the southern edge of the Tyrrhenian Sea, were appointed a UNESCO World Heritage site - which is an expression of the sophisticated and exceptional beauty of the area. Corsica and Sardinia are located to the northwest, Elba to the north, and towards the east is Italy's boot. The Aeolian Islands consist of Lipari, Salina, Stromboli, Panarea, Filicudi and Basiluzzo - and is known for the islands' wild and untouched nature. Thirty nautical miles from Stromboli – the easternmost of the Lipari Islands is the region known as Calabria on the Italian mainland and the picturesque harbour of Tropea. Depending on the length of your sailing holiday - it is also possible to visit Sicily's capital Palermo and the Egadi Islands west of Sicily. Whichever itinerary you choose, the area offers an exciting mix of great sailing, snorkelling in crystal clear water, scenic hiking trails, superb restaurants, shops and breathtaking sightseeing in the picturesque towns with roots dating back to ancient Greece and Rome - all this is guaranteed to be a cherished memory for years to come.Easy access to the exciting volcanic Lipari Islands Experience the fancy and lively Panarea Idyllic anchorages far from busy crowds of people Architecture from the 16th century in Tropea Stromboli, Europe's largest active volcano Longer open water passages as well as shorter tripsSailing in Sicily and the Aeolian Islands A sailing holiday in Sicily and the Aeolian Islands is a journey through a complete Mediterranean paradise. The passages between islands are usually short and give plenty of time to enjoy sailing and your yacht. You can also go on expeditions ashore, try the local food, or sit and relax with a cocktail in a cosy café - and dwell on the beauty of Italy's southern coast. The soft and warm summer winds from the northwest are most often between 8-12 knots. Breezes across land and sea occur daily - in the late afternoon, you can for example experience more southerly winds. The summer temperatures are between 25 °C and 32 °C. Sailing in the spring or fall is also very pleasant. The tidal range is only 1-2 feet; tidal currents are therefore not a concern. Wind-driven currents, which are common in the trade wind belts, are also not a problem. A sailing holiday in Sardinia unfolds in one of the most wonderful areas throughout the Mediterranean. It possesses both an incomparable natural beauty and all the joys of civilization - and offers both relaxing and secluded silence, but also exclusive and vibrant city life, especially in Porto Cervo and Porto Rotondo. Maddalena Islands means unspoiled nature at its best. Jagged cliffs, windswept beaches and secluded bays and coves - it's as if time stopped for several hundred years ago in this beautiful archipelago. sailing holiday in Sicily and the Aeolian Islands is suitable for skippers with basic skills in coastal navigation. The beauty and the unique character of this area are appealing to both new and more experienced sailors - who often return again and again. Highlights Swimming and snorkeling by white sandy beaches along the shores of beautiful islands and scenic coves filled with local fishing vessels, quiet towns by the seashore, where pink, white and yellow houses adorn the steep hills in a breathtaking and timeless mosaic - these are just some of the pleasures of a sailing holiday in Sicily and the Aeolian Islands. The Aeolian Islands are, among others, known for the active volcano of Stromboli and the hot springs, the rejuvenating mineral water, which is famous for its alleged healing powers and the island of Vulcano. A sailing holiday would not be complete without sightseeing in historic villages and tastings of the local cuisine - but the trips under the white sails in the warm winds are also a great part of the experience.
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Zadar, Biograd & Pula (Northern Croatia)

Zadar, Biograd & Pula (Northern Croatia)

Yacht Charter from northern Croatia - Biograd, Zadar & Pula The Adriatic coast and its clear calm water, mild summer climate, idyllic villages and historic towns - a magnificent sailing area, which makes Croatia one of the best destinations for sailors. The marvellous coastline is sheltered by a series of 700 islands, with numerous anchorages and ports to fit the temper of every type of sailor. You can find lonely and romantic anchorages or be part of the local daily life in the country's cosy harbours and modern, well-equipped marinas. Magnificent nature has provided this abundant and diverse country with peaceful coves, beaches, mountains, evergreen groves and narrow passages between islands and the possibility of open sea stretches - which has the cleanest and clearest water you can imagine. The magnificent sailing area in the region around Zadar and Pula offers the best of Croatia and combines remote islands, beautiful bays and energetic cities with a fascinating cultural heritage. Departure: Most of our guests sail from Biograd, Zadar, Sukosan or Pula. All of these marinas are minutes from Zadar International Airport. Sailboat & catamaran charters in northern Croatia Enjoy both short passages in protected water, as well as long trips in steady winds. Northern Croatia offers:Perfect sailing conditions Rich cultural heritage Busy cities Uninhabited islands - Kornati National Park Secluded baysThe best time to sail is from April to October. In May and June, the strength of the wind is light to moderate, while July and August are characterized by calm weather - perfect for those who prefer a quiet atmosphere. The wind mainly comes from the west, but later in the year, usually in late September, the region is in periods affected by the strong Bora wind from the north, and sirocco-wind (moist wind from east-southeast). The area has a tidal range of 1-2 meters, and the normal temperature in the sailing season is 27°C. Route suggestion: Departure from Pula - Total distance: Ca. 151 nautical milesDay 1: Embarkation Day 2: Pula - Mali Losinj (34 nm) Day 3: Mali Losinj - Ist (26 nm) Day 4: Ist - Rab (30 nm) Day 5: Rab - Osor (22 nm) Day 6: Osor - Krnica (21 nm) Day 7: Krnica - Pula (18 nm) Day 8: Returning the sailboat
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Leopard 44 Premier - 4cab - Sunsail

Leopard 44 Premier - 4cab - Sunsail

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Leopard 3900 Exclusive - 3cab - Moorings

Leopard 3900 Exclusive - 3cab - Moorings

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Oceanis 45 - KOS 45.4 - Kavas Yachting

Oceanis 45 - KOS 45.4 - Kavas Yachting

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