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Yacht Charters in Italy

The Italian part of the Mediterranean has been a treasured holiday-paradise since Roman times - and certainly still is today. From the breathtaking and beautiful Emerald Coast in Sardinia to the volcanic islands in the Aeolian archipelago, the rich history of Sicily and the relaxed charm of the Amalfi Coast, our many Italian destinations each offer their unique sailing adventures for lucky visitors.

A yacht charter in Italy blends the best of sailing; secluded anchorages, busy resorts, beautiful white sandy beaches, traditional fishing villages and great sailing conditions, whatever your preferences are. The presence of history is never far away in the great cities - the culinary experiences are lavish and famous all over the world, and the coast and the islands possess exquisite natural beauty. An Italian sailing adventure awaits you.

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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Sardinia

Sardinia

Yacht Charter in Sardinia Many yacht charters in the waters around Sardinia start from the marina in Cannigione. From here it is a short voyage north to the  Maddalena Archipelago National and Marine Park - which consists of seven main islands; Maddalena, Caprera, Santo Stefano, Spargi, Budelli, Razzoli and Santa Maria. On the other side of the Strait of Bonifacio in Corsica (France), which can also be part of the itinerary on a sailing holiday in Sardinia. However, sailors typically focus on the exquisite sailing by the Maddalena Islands and the bays and harbours along Sardinia's Emerald Coast with Porto Cervo and Porto Rotonda as key stops. No matter which itinerary you choose, a yacht charter in Sardinia contains an exciting mix of great sailing, extremely good snorkelling, world-renowned food, shopping, boutiques and fascinating sightseeing in the picturesque cities - and will be a loving memory for years to come. Sailing in Sardinia A sailing holiday around Sardinia in the Tyrrhenian Sea is a voyage through a Mediterranean wonderland. The passages between the islands and along the Emerald Coast are short and gives plenty of time to enjoy all the pleasures of life aboard. You can also enjoy excursions ashore, where you can explore the stunning scenery, taste the local cuisine, or just sit and relax with a drink and enjoy the area's immense natural beauty. Soft and warm summer winds from the northwest are most often between 8-12 knots but are sometimes stronger in the Bonifacio Strait between Sardinia and Corsica. Breezes across land and sea are developed daily – in the late afternoons you can expect more southerly winds. Sailing in spring and autumn is also pleasant. The tidal range is only 1-2 feet and therefore tidal currents are not a problem. A sailing holiday in Sardinia is suitable for sailors with basic skills in coastal navigation. The unique character and beauty of the waters attract both more and less experienced sailors to return again and again. Summer temperatures vary between 25°C and 32°C.
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The Bay of Naples

The Bay of Naples

Charter a sailboat or catamaran in the Bay of Naples Yacht charters in the Bay of Naples typically focus on the Amalfi coast and the lovely islands in the picturesque Neapolitan bay, including Procida, Ischia, Campania Nene, Ponza, Palmarola and small Santo Stefano - while world-famous Capri, southeast of Procida, is in a class of itself. Capri evokes images of the blue waters of the Mediterranean as well as exciting and dramatic stories of the Romans and Greeks - but remember, Capri is only one island in a large and stunning archipelago. All of the islands are located in the legendary Tyrrhenian Sea - with Corsica and Sardinia in the west, Elba towards the north, and Sicily in the south. Longer cruises can include the Aeolian Islands – but whichever route you choose, a sailing holiday in the Gulf of Naples offers a mix of great sailing, fantastic dining experiences and exciting shopping and breathtaking sightseeing in the picturesque towns, which have roots dating back to ancient Greece and Rome.Cosy and busy Procida The Roman port of Ventotene Great food from the sea Castles, forts and lighthouses Thermal baths of Ischia A wide range of fascinating and unique islandsDeparture: Most of our guests depart from Procida or the mainland - for example, Castellammare di Stabia. Sailing in the Bay of Naples A yacht charter in Italy´s the Tyrrhenian Sea is a voyage through a true Mediterranean paradise. The passages between the islands are usually short, leaving plenty of time to enjoy the pleasures of sailing fully and perhaps go on exciting excursions ashore. Here you can explore the scenic islands, meet the friendly locals in the villages, enjoy the local cuisine, or simply sit at a café and relax with a drink in your hand while enjoying the incomparable beauty of Southern Italy. Soft and warm summer winds from the northwest blow between 8-12 knots - and breezes from land and sea evolve daily. In the afternoon, you can, for example, expect winds from a more southerly direction. Sailing during fall and spring is also very pleasant. The tidal range is only 1-2 feet. Tidal currents are therefore not a problem. Wind-driven currents (common in belts with trade wind) are also not a concern. A sailing holiday in the Bay of Naples is suitable for sailors with basic skills in coastal navigation. The beauty and uniqueness of this area attract both highly and less experienced sailors, who return for more experiences again and again. Summer temperatures are between 25°C and 32°C. Highlights Swimming and snorkelling in clear blue water, the beautiful beaches along the coasts of rocky islands and scenic bays, full of local fishing vessels, and peaceful cities on the waterfront - where pink, white and yellow houses adorn the slopes in a timeless and decorative mosaic. These charming attractions contribute to making your sailing holiday in the Bay of Naples to an unforgettable experience. The islands in the Tyrrhenian Sea are of volcanic origin and the hot springs, thermal baths and rejuvenating mineral waters are known for their supposed healing properties and are among the unique attractions of this area. A sailing holiday in the Bay of Naples would not be complete without tasting the local food and wine, which is some of the best food in the world. A delicate mixture of pleasures awaits you in every port, while the stretches under white sails between the ports will give you memories to remember for the rest of your life.
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Jeanneau 44i Premier - 4cab - Sunsail

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