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Italy Yacht Charters

At the very heart of the Mediterranean, Italy's stunning coasts and magnificent landscapes make it a perfect yacht charter holiday destination. Italy is famous for its rich and ancient artistic heritage, and its varied cuisine attracts visitors from all over the world. The west coast is particularly popular with boaters who often take the opportunity to visit other islands such as Sicily or Sardinia.

ADRIATIC COAST OF ITALY

The most interesting part is the South Adriatic coast, from the port of Otranto up to the Gargano Peninsular. The Tremiti islands (Isole Trimiti), situated at the north of the Gargano Peninsula, is a beautiful archiplago of four island: San Nicola, San Domino, Capraia and Cretaccio, that constitute a Marina Reserve - a real paradise for diving enthusiasts. There are no marina facilities and there is only safe to anchor in settle weather.The harbours of Otranto, Vieste, Bari, Brindisi and Manfred...

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The most interesting part is the South Adriatic coast, from the port of Otranto up to the Gargano Peninsular. The Tremiti islands (Isole Trimiti), situated at the north of the Gargano Peninsula, is a beautiful archiplago of four island: San Nicola, San Domino, Capraia and Cretaccio, that constitute a Marina Reserve - a real paradise for diving enthusiasts. There are no marina facilities and there is only safe to anchor in settle weather.
The harbours of Otranto, Vieste, Bari, Brindisi and Manfredonia all have marina facilities. Also from here it is only a day's sail to the island of Corfu and the magnificent sailing water of Greece. The coastline of the North Adriatic has less interest than other areas of Italy, it is mainly characterized for long sandy beaches. However, there are many interesting palaces to visit such as: Venice, Ravenna, Trieste and Rimini. The proximity to the northern coast of Croatia, makes it a popular cruising area.

AEOLIAN ISLANDS

The Aeolian Islands are a group of unique and astonishing  islands making up a volcanic archipelago that are located just a few miles off the northern coast of Sicily.  The islands are one of the most popular yacht charter destinations in the Med, due to their outstanding natural beauty, long sandy beaches and coves even delightful hot mud baths.  The islands have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2000. The seven inhabited islands are extremely v...

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The Aeolian Islands are a group of unique and astonishing  islands making up a volcanic archipelago that are located just a few miles off the northern coast of Sicily.  The islands are one of the most popular yacht charter destinations in the Med, due to their outstanding natural beauty, long sandy beaches and coves even delightful hot mud baths.  
The islands have been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2000. The seven inhabited islands are extremely varied. If you are island-hopping you will soon realize how different the islands are  and discover their individual charms.
 Feel like a jet-setter  on Panarea, as you enjoy a sunset aperitif  at the Bridge Sushi Bar in the port and rub shoulders with the glitterati who arrive  on their super yachts in the peak season. If you like history, don't miss the famous remains of the prehistoric village of Panarea, with its oval arrangement of little houses. When you need a break from all the glitz, you can visit the laid-back and traditional island of  Alcudi, where donkeys are the only form of transport and the around 120 inhabitants live mostly off the fish they catch. Lipari is the largest of the Aeolian Islands, with its rocky, unspoilt coast and extraordinary views.  There, you can visit attractions such as the fortified acropolis and the pretty harbour of Marina Corta. Vulcano gets its name from the smouldering vulcano that the romans believed was the chimney of the god Vulcan's workshop. The Fangi di Vulcano (mud baths) and offshore fumaroles are the main attractions. Salina,  is the greenest of the islans. Its main port, Santa Maria Salina, is beautiful and unspoilt with a long pedestrian main street lined with chic boutiques and food shops. Stromboli,  the most dramatic of the Aeolian Islands is an ancient and active vulcano,  one of the most active   in Europe. Well worth is a visit with your charter yacht to the famous farewall called "Sciara del Fuoco". Filicudi offers some interesting diving with a seabed showing traces of ancient shipwrecks. In the small fishing port of Pecorini a Mare you will have very good food - don't miss the hidden sea grotto. 

AMALFI COAST

The Amalfi Coast is a great example of the typical Mediterranean landscape. You will find picturesque towns, dense forests and a rich legacy of fine churches, villas and monasteries along this 50 km stretch of coastline south of the Sorrentine. Amalfi is the town that gives its name to the coast. The cathedral of St. Andrew, the handmade paper museum and the museum of ancient arsenals are worth a visit. Sorrento is a natural balcony overlooking the Bay of Naples. Positano, is a cliffside villa...

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The Amalfi Coast is a great example of the typical Mediterranean landscape. You will find picturesque towns, dense forests and a rich legacy of fine churches, villas and monasteries along this 50 km stretch of coastline south of the Sorrentine. Amalfi is the town that gives its name to the coast. The cathedral of St. Andrew, the handmade paper museum and the museum of ancient arsenals are worth a visit. Sorrento is a natural balcony overlooking the Bay of Naples. Positano, is a cliffside village with a pebble beach and steep, narrow streets full of boutiques and cafes. Vietri Sul Mare, is another beautifiul coastal town that is a must-visit, and is world famous for the production of bright colored artistic ceramic. Other places to explore on the Amalfi coast are: Atrani, Cetara, Conca dei Marini, Furore, Maiori, Minore, Ravello, Scalla and Tramonti.

BAY OF NAPLES

The Bay of Naples is positioned in the Campania Region of Southwestern Italy. Vibrant, charming and passionate are adjetives that well describe this Bay lying in the shadow of the Vesuvius. Across the water lie the three island to the gulf. It is not difficult to understand the appeal of the Bay of Napes for boaters. On the north end the islands of Ischia and Procida, are both very attractive to yachtsmen with several well equipped marinas and a number of beautiful anchorages suit...

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The Bay of Naples is positioned in the Campania Region of Southwestern Italy. Vibrant, charming and passionate are adjetives that well describe this Bay lying in the shadow of the Vesuvius. Across the water lie the three island to the gulf. It is not difficult to understand the appeal of the Bay of Napes for boaters. On the north end the islands of Ischia and Procida, are both very attractive to yachtsmen with several well equipped marinas and a number of beautiful anchorages suitable in good weather. Ischia is the largest area in the gulf of Naples, it is rich in natural resources and  consider the capital of European spa. Among the many beaches, a special mention to the beaches of Maronti, Citara and Lacco Ameno along with the unique Bays of Sorgieto and Bagnitielo. Procida is the smallest of the islands in Italy's Bay of Naples and still preserves the genuine charm of a tradicional fishing village. On the southern end the Island of Capri, one of the most picturesque and visited locations in Campania. Its harbour is  expensive, but there is an anchorage to the side of it and a number of spectacular bays suitable for anchoring in settled weather. Emerging from the azure blue water are famous Faraglioni: Stella, di Mezzo and Scopolo or Fuori.  These three peaks are famous for their breathtaking beauty and variety of rare wildlife. The most famous site in Capri is the Blue Grotto (Grotta Azzura) - a marvel of nature that worth a visit. The Island has two main towns: Capri, the most glamorous of the two towns with its famous Piazzeta and Anacapri that is situated on the slopes of Mount Solaro. 

SARDINIA

Located in the middle of the Mediterranean sea, the island of Sardinia is a great place to rent a yacht, as she offers one of the best sailing in the world with safe harbours spaced around the whole coast. Sardinia captivates with its emerald sea, coves and beaches with white sand. Sardinia has a big list of charming locations that deserve a visit; in the North East of the island: Santa Teresa di Gallura, The Maddalena Archipelago, Porto Cervo, Porto Rotondo, Olbia,...

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Located in the middle of the Mediterranean sea, the island of Sardinia is a great place to rent a yacht, as she offers one of the best sailing in the world with safe harbours spaced around the whole coast. Sardinia captivates with its emerald sea, coves and beaches with white sand. Sardinia has a big list of charming locations that deserve a visit; in the North East of the island: Santa Teresa di Gallura, The Maddalena Archipelago, Porto Cervo, Porto Rotondo, Olbia, San Teodoro. Sailing along the coast of the Maddalena National Park is and unforgettable experience and a perfect place for scuba diving lovers. Cruising from Caprera to the Bocche di Bonifacio you will be fascinated by the Beauty of Budelli Island with its charming Rosa beach that takes the name from the particular pink coral colour of the sand. Still in Sardinia's Northwest coast the Natural Park of Asinara Island where is located Stintino, that combines the magic of a lively fishing village with high quality accommodation facilities. On the central east coast of the island, the Gulf of Orosei has unparalleled white-sand beaches, caves and coves; Cala Biriola, Grotta Blue Marino, Cala Liberotto, Cala Goloritzé are examples of extraordinary natural scenaries. The Western coast of Sardinia is more rocky and more open to the Mistral wind. The Strait of Bonifacio, between Sardinia and Corsica, is not a doable place to be in a full Mistral. Between the island of San Pietro and Capo Teulada, further down the western side of the island, there are some enchanting sailing areas.  

SICILY

Sicily,  is one of the most exotic places in Europe, having a great mixture of the Mediterranean cultures due to large history of invasion and conquest: Greeks, Arab, Roman, Norman. The Island has  many fascinating places such as Taormina, dubbed the Monte Carlo of Sicily, with a Greek anfitheater overlooking the beach, the Medieval old town of Cefalu, the paceful Letojanni  and Mount Etna one of the most active volcanoes in the world and a beautiful ...

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Sicily,  is one of the most exotic places in Europe, having a great mixture of the Mediterranean cultures due to large history of invasion and conquest: Greeks, Arab, Roman, Norman. The Island has  many fascinating places such as Taormina, dubbed the Monte Carlo of Sicily, with a Greek anfitheater overlooking the beach, the Medieval old town of Cefalu, the paceful Letojanni  and Mount Etna one of the most active volcanoes in the world and a beautiful place to visit. Sicily is also an interesting cruising ground, particularly along the northern and easter coasts. There are nice anchorages at Cefalu and in Palermo. In  the beach at San Vito lo Capo you will think that you are at the Caribbean – white sand, cristal clear waters –  is part of the Zingaro nature reserve. It is also an outstanding spot for kitesurfing and has a nice marina and anchorage.The Sicilian cuisine deserves an special mention as it is a delicious consequence of the diversity of the former occupiers.  Very welll known for his pastries and desserts stuffed with marzipan and ricotta.  Marsala is Sicily's most well-known wine.

CHARTER YACHTS AND CATAMARANS IN ITALY

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VICTORIA Gulet for Charter in SARDINIA
Charter Gulet in Sardinia for up to 12 Guests in 6 Cabins
Length:
25 m
Year:
2014
From:
From €13,000 in low season to €18,000 in high season + VAT + expenses / week
PRESTIGE 32 FLY Charter Yacht in Sardinia
Bareboat Motor Yacht for up to 8 Guests for Day Charters
Length:
9.98m
Year:
2007
From:
From 3890 Euro in low to 5890 Euro in high season (Italian VAT included) / week
LUXURY CHARTER GULET - Italy
Luxury Charter Gulet for up to 8 Guests in 4 Cabins
Length:
23.90 m / 78 ft
Year:
2006
From:
High Rate: 20000.00 EUR Low Rate: 16200.00 EUR + VAT + ALL EXPENSES / week
LATIFE SULTAN Gulet for charter in Sicily
Charter Gulet in Sicily and Eolian Islands for up to 10 Guests in 5 Cabins
Length:
24 m
Year:
2005 refit 2017
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From €9,500 in low season to €16,500 in high season / Gulet Terms / week
DVI MARIJE Gulet for Charter in ITALY
Crewed Chareter Gulet in Italy for up to 12 Guests in 5 Cabins
Length:
24 m /78.9ft
Year:
2004 refit 2014
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From €16,000 low - €19,000 in high season + VAT 8.8% + All the extras / week
Charter Yacht SASCHA - Sardinia
Crewed Motor Yacht for up to 8 Guests in 4 Cabins
Length:
78.74ft /24m
Year:
2008
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High Rate: €34,000 Low Rate: €30,000 + VAT 8.8% + expenses APA 30% / week
Charter Yacht PRIMATIST G41 - Sardinia
Skippered Motor Yacht for up to 11 Guests for Day Charters
Length:
12.40m
Year:
2007/2008
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From €7500 (low season) to €12,000 (high season) / week
Charter Yacht GIGIOLE - Sardinia
Crewed Motor Charter Yacht for up to 8 Guests in 4 Cabins
Length:
25.00 metres /82'
Year:
2006
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From €25,000 + VAT to €36,000 + VAT + all the expenses / week
Charter Yacht BLU MARTIN 46 - Mallorca
Bareboat Motor Boat For Up to 8 People for Day Charters
Length:
13.90m
Year:
2006
From:
From 7950 Euro in low to 10,750 Euro in high season + expenses / week
Charter Yacht BARRACUDA 42 - DAY CHARTER FOR UP TO 12 PEOPLE - CANNIGIONE - SARDINIA
Bareboat Motor Yacht
Length:
12.9m
Year:
2013
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From 5950 Euro in low to 8750 Euro in high season (Italian VAT included) / week
Charter Yacht ASPIRE OF LONDON - Sardinia & Corsica
CREWED MOTOR YACHT for up to 8 GUESTS in 4 CABINS
Length:
22.25 metres /73'
Year:
2007
From:
From 26,000 Euro in low season to 30,500 Euro in high season + expenses / week
Charter Yacht ARAMIS - Sardinia and Corsica
Crewed Motor Yacht
Length:
23.83m / 78' 2"
Year:
2011
From:
From 33,000 Euro in low season to 39,000 Euro in high season + all expenses / week
Charter Catamaran LIR - Virgin Islands / Grenadines
Crewed Catamaran for up to 8 Guests in 4 Cabins
Length:
67ft (20.4m)
Year:
2014
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From USD 29,500 to USD 33,500 All inclusive / week
Charter Catamaran LEVANTE - French Polinesia
Luxury Crewed Catamaran For up to 8 + 2 Guests in 4 Cabins
Length:
23.9 m / 80 ft
Year:
2013
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High Rate: USD 58,000 - Low Rate: USD 50,000 (All inclusive in the Caribbean) / week
Charter Catamaran ALLURES - West Mediterranean
Luxury Crewed Sailing Catamaran For up to 8 guests
Length:
30.50 metres / 100' 1"
Year:
2006 refit 2014
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High 60,000 € Low 50,000 € + all expenses / week
Charter Boat RIO BLU 32 - DAY CHARTER - UP TO 8 GUESTS - AMALFI COAST, CAPRI
Crewed Motor Yacht for up to 8 guests for day charters
Length:
10 m
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Charter Boat PRESTIGE 34 OPEN - 2 CABINS - CANNIGIONE - SARDINIA
Fast and Elegant Bareboat Motor Yacht.
Length:
10.63m
Year:
2007
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From 3850 Euro in low to 5890 Euro in high season (Italian VAT included) / week
Charter Boat OCEANIS 43 - 4 Cabins - PUNTONE - ITALY
Bareboat Sailboat for up to 8 Guests
Length:
43 ft / 13.10 m
Year:
2011
From:
From €2500 in low season to €4000 in high season + all the expenses / week
Charter Boat LINETTI 27 - Cannigione - Sardinia
Bareboat Motor Boat for up to 8 People for Day Charters
Length:
8.3m
Year:
2004 refit 2013
From:
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Charter Boat LEADER 10 - La Spezia - Livorno
Bareboat Motor Boat for up to 8 Guests for Day Charters
Length:
10.55m
Year:
2012
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From €4450 in low season to €6750 in high season (Italian VAT included) + expenses / week
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