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Yacht charter in Italy

Yacht Charter Italy

Italy is unique in its nature with lots of islands and picturesque bays, so it’s no surprise that yachting in the country is extremely popular, and the infrastructure is quite developed here — Italy can boast of than a hundred marinas.

 

The majority of marinas are located on the west:

Amalfi Coast and the Gulf of Naples (Procida, Naples, Salerno);
Sicily (Aeolian Islands, Catania, Palermo);
Sardinia (Olbia, Portisco, Porto Cervo);
Tuscany (Punta Ala, Elba Island);
Liguria or Italian Riviera (Genoa, La Spezia, Livorno).

 

Amalfi Coast and Gulf of Naples
Speaking about yachting in this region, it is all about nagging rhythm, the transitions are quite short (2-4 hours). 

Amalfi is a must-visit place and the main attraction of this region — this is a romantic town where the houses are tied up with each other by stairs carved into the rock, and gardens are spread on the roofs of the houses. 

 

Tuscany 
The so-called ‘traditional’ yachting route in Tuscany stands for a couple of spots on the mainland and the Elba Island, sometimes with a cruise to French Corsica. If you never been yachting in Italy, don’t wait and book a charter in this region. 

 

Sardinia
Sardinia is the “creme de la creme” region in the Mediterranean: the most expensive, most beautiful, and most chic. The main fleet of yachts for charter is in Portisco and Olbia.

The south of Sardinia is less popular due to the lack of islands, but in Cagliari, the capital of the island, there is also a decent fleet, but it is much smaller. Yachting in Sardinia requires attention and thoroughness from a skipper. 

 

Sicily 
Sicily is the largest island not only in Italy, but throughout the Mediterranean. There are not any issues with local marinas - they are located in each and every town. The main charter bases are in the capital of the island of Palermo and in the pretty village of Portoroz.

 

Liguria and the Italian Riviera
This region boasts of a well-developed infrastructure, excellent marinas, and extensive maritime history. We cannot help to mention the Cote d'Azur that smoothly follows the Italian Riviera.

The capital of the region is Genoa, which divides the Riviera into western and eastern. The navigation conditions in Liguria are pretty simple, with no shallows or any big obstacles. As a rule, summer winds do not exceed 4 points.

Portofino is a tiny Italian town considered to be one of the most beautiful ports in this area.

Once you’re ready to get to planning a trip, think about going to the famous Cinque Terra by car or train and then rent a yacht.

 

To find out about yacht charter in Italy and book a yacht or catamaran at a reasonable price, contact us right now.
 

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Marina Portorosa - Italy
Oceanis 38 (2016)
1390
1182
48 935
for 7 days
8
11.55 m
3
0
1390
1182
48 935
for 7 days
Cala dei Sardi - Italy
Oceanis 34.1 (2022)
1399
1189
49 225
for 7 days
8
10.77 m
3
0
1399
1189
49 225
for 7 days
Marina Portorosa - Italy
Oceanis 30.1 (2022)
1400
1190
49 266
for 7 days
6
9.53 m
2
0
1400
1190
49 266
for 7 days
Marina Portorosa - Italy
Oceanis 35 (2017)
1440
1224
50 674
for 7 days
8
10.45 m
3
0
1440
1224
50 674
for 7 days
Marina Kröslin - Italy
Elan 350 (2011)
1295
53 613
for 7 days
6
10.60 m
3
0
1295
53 613
for 7 days
Marsala Marina - Italy
Dufour 390 Grand Large (2022)
2000
1500
62 100
for 7 days
8
11.93 m
3
0
2000
1500
62 100
for 7 days
Marsala Marina - Italy
First 31.7 (2004)
1600
66 240
for 7 days
6
9.66 m
2
0
1600
66 240
for 7 days
1950
1658
68 641
for 7 days
8
11.94 m
3
0
1950
1658
68 641
for 7 days
Marina di Nettuno - Italy
Sun Odyssey 35 (2006)
1700
70 380
for 7 days
6
10.75 m
3
0
1700
70 380
for 7 days
Porto Lotti - Italy
Oceanis 37 (2010)
1800
74 520
for 7 days
4
11.48 m
2
0
1800
74 520
for 7 days
Marina Portorosa - Italy
Sun Odyssey 349 (2019)
1850
76 590
for 7 days
8
10.70 m
3
0
1850
76 590
for 7 days
1878
77 749
for 7 days
8
12.10 m
3
0
1878
77 749
for 7 days

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