The country of Italy is not only famous for its shipyards like Sanlorenzo or Benetti, but is also known as one of the greatest locations in the Mediterranean to enjoy your yachting holiday. With the Amalfi coast or the islands of Sardinia and Sicily there is a plethora of yachting destinations to choose from during your yacht charter.
Charter a yacht in Italy
A yacht is undoubtedly the king of the seas! Chartering a yacht in Italy is probably easier than you think. Have you always dreamed of sailing to the sunset on a yacht with friends and a good glass of wine in your hand? Anyone renting a yacht in Italy will make every day of their holiday something very special. Be pampered by an experienced crew and enjoy the view of the beautiful coasts, islands and port cities. Since Italy is famous for its Dolce Vita, you can expect many culinary treats and beautiful landscapes. Sights and tips for your yacht charter in Italy You need to carefully select your goals in advance, because a boat of this size needs a lot of services and enough space. Which areas are especially recommended for your yacht charter in Italy? Visit Campania with your yacht, a region of southwestern Italy known for its historic Roman ruins and spectacular coastline. Impressively nestled between the famous gray cone of Mount Vesuvius and the deep blue waters of the Gulf of Naples, the capital Naples is ideal for your vacation. Further south on the Amalfi Coast, in villages such as Positano, Amalfi and Ravello, colorful houses nestle against the cliffs - a unique panorama best enjoyed from the water's edge. During the day, relax on the deck of your yacht in front of the breathtaking coast of the Gulf of Naples and enjoy the view of the beautiful natural landscape. In the evening, you can walk through the streets and discover hidden corners and squares. Try the many Neapolitan specialties! A yacht charter in Sardinia is always a first-class choice! The Costa Smeralda and the Maddalena Archipelago are popular with visitors all over the world for good reason. Because there is a heavenly combination of sun, sea and lots of dolce vita, this island will certainly captivate you. Whether you prefer to admire the unspoilt nature of the Maddalena archipelago or anchor for the fine sandy beaches of the Costa Smeralda, enjoy your exclusive life on board your yacht.
The town of Capri is nested in the cliffs of a spectacular limestone coastline that offers a dynamic ambiance of boutiques, trendy eateries, and chic bars and spikes out of the sea. A spot to see and be seen. Sixty-five caverns punctuate the cliffs of Capri, and a major highlight is the “Blue Grotto” which is entered by boat through a small passage and 65 feet below sea level.
Inhabiting a spectacular stretch of shoreline, Positano is an old fishing hamlet populated with sand splashed cafes and boutiques. A great isle for kicking back and enjoying the seashore and water sports. The Galli Islands lie just offshore, and we’ll stop here for lunch.
Rich in history and myth, Amalfi is the land of everlasting Spring. Hercules buried his beloved nymph “Amalfi” here as it was the most wonderful place on the planet. An old seafaring center in the 9th century, the Cathedral of St. Andrew still remains. A stroll through the city shows museums, convents, piazzas, fountains, and historical churches. A trip to the Emerald Grotto is a must – you row through a marine cave with amazing stalactites and stalagmites (many of which are submerged) and the environment are draped with a myriad of golden and emerald hues.
Salerno is considered the capital of the Amalfi Coast and is located along the Tyrrhenian Sea. Salerno is a great place to explore the narrow streets, beautiful towns and villages, medieval churches and house while taking in the scenery and sampling the delicious food and wine bars, before setting sail.
Sorrento is perched on a terraced ledge over the sea, surrounded by the countryside of citrus groves and olive trees. A labyrinth of alleys and steps and lovely beaches and the picturesque seaport join the village beneath. Sorrento has been attracting tourists since Roman times and its name hails from the mythical mermaids who tempted his crew and Ulysses in the Odyssey with their siren’s tune. The city has lively shopping, an unspoiled old quarter, lovely walks, and pizza you could purchase by the meter.
One of the great attractions of a visit to Naples is the opportunity to explore the rich cultural and natural landscape of the surrounding Campania region. Seaside escapes, restless volcanoes, royal palaces and some of the most famous archaeological sites in the world; there is something for everyone, all within easy reach of the city.
Yachts for charter in Italy
OZONE is a 28-m long San Lorenzo SX88 built-in 2018. Today, San Lorenzo is one of the most prestigious shipyards, both for its designs as for the quality level, few shipyards like San Lorenzo perfectly combine luxury and avant-garde design.
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The 196.85ft /60m CRN 60 motor yacht LIGHT HOLIC was built in 2011 by CRN and last refitted in 2014. Previously named Darlings Danama her luxurious interior is designed by Negoescu and her exterior styling is by Zuccon. Accommodation Light Holic’s interior layout sleeps up to 12 guests in 6 rooms, including a master suite, 5 double cabins and 1 twin cabin. She is also capable of carrying up to 15 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
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Yacht CHAKRA is a 282’ superyacht built by Scheepswerf Gebr. van der Werf in 1962, and refitted by Devonport Yachts in 2017. Her design and engineering as well as her exterior are by the Scheepswerf Gebr. van der Werf team. This vessel is an excellent option for large groups of friends, family vacations, or corporate retreats.
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