Yacht Charter in Italy
Charter a yacht in Italy, raise your sails and listen to the sounds of the warm Mediterranean Sea. Choose a yacht that meets your needs and you will be ready to cruise any of five sailing areas with their own unique attractions. Campania will amaze you as one of the cradles of Greco-Roman culture. Feast your eyes on beautiful scenery in picturesque Liguria, also known as the Italian Riviera. Visit the most exclusive Italian beach resort - the Emerald Coast on Sardinia. Have an adventure on Sicily, the home of Mount Etna, Europe’s tallest and most active volcano. Enjoy the rustic charms of artsy and romantic Tuscany.
Sail the endless Italian coast and relax in a country of various natural beauties. Explore Naples and its largest historic city centre in Europe. Visit Portofino, the city of dolphins. Lounge in luxury villas on the Amalfi Coast. Try the Caprese salad in Capri and savour seafood specialties. Swap your yacht for a lovely gondola in Venice. Italy is home to the largest number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites - more than 50! It has something for everyone, so be the one that will find pleasure in sailing its coast.
Famous for its olive oil, pasta, pizza, Roman ruins and a lot of sunshine, Italy is a sailor's jackpot.
Choose a Boat
Monohull Sailing Boats in Italy
Monohull yachts are designed to give you best performance during sailing. Enjoy the comfort of a classic single-hulled yacht, either a compact 35-footer, a spacious 50-footer or anything in between. Our yachts are equipped with a bow thruster to make sure you maneuver in a marina effortlessly.
Italian coast has much to offer for beginners, as well as long-time sailors. Choose a bareboat yacht charter and isolate from the crowds on one of secluded coves while having a glass of fine Italian wine. Choose a skippered yacht charter for more leisure time enjoying countless leisure activities on both land and water. A skipper will handle greater sailing distances, the Scirocco, Libeccio and Maestrale winds, as well as recommend the best of local cuisine.
Catamaran Sailing Boats in Italy
Catamarans or multihulls offer more space, stability and security, which is why catamaran sailing has increased in popularity, especially skippered. With their increased deck capacity, your holiday will feel much smoother. Our fleet of elegant Lagoon catamarans will take you to glamorous port towns and beautiful Italian islands. Lower the tender on the stern and get ready to explore numerous turquoise bays.
More seasoned sailors can opt for a bareboat yacht charter and set their own pace while enjoying mild Mediterranean climate. A skippered yacht charter is ideal for less experienced sailors looking for more freedom and relaxation. This way, a skipper can handle occasional difficult sailing conditions and give you more information about weather, unspoilt locations and Italian food and beverages.
Motor Yachts in Italy
Luxurious and spacious motor yachts will take you from one destination to another in no time. They are designed with speed in mind and equipped with all the amenities needed for completely relaxing and comfortable holidays. Soak up warm Italian sun on a flybridge or a stern platform while sipping on a cold refreshing drink.
More experienced sailors can choose a bareboat yacht charter and go island-hopping in Tuscany, an archipelago made up of seven islands with crystal-clear waters and beautiful sandy shores. Others should opt for a skippered yacht charter to get a carefree vacation with an expert skipper who can give advice on the best sailing route. This way you can sail the magnificent Italian Riviera and wake up in another fabulous destination every day. Anchor your yacht in the Maddalena Archipelago where you can lounge on pink sand beaches and pristine nature.
Gulet Charter in Italy
Charter a crewed gulet and experience the true Italian dolce vita. Gulet’s rich history and old-fashioned design will make you feel like you are sailing not only through the Italian coast, but through time as well. Relax while a skipper and a deckhand handle the navigation and recommend the best sailing route. A cook and a hostess will take care of food service, thus giving you more free time to fully immerse in your sailing holidays.
When sailing on a gulet, get ready for a journey through Italian fashion, wine, food and sport. Go shopping in exclusive boutiques, visit vineyards and have a glass of fine wine, try seafood delights such as clams, prawns and squid, and have an active holiday playing sports on both land and water. Have a lovely time with your friends and family lounging on sandy beaches of the Italian coast and swim in clean turquoise and emerald green sea.
Types of Chartering Options in Italy
Bareboat yacht charter in Italy gives you complete freedom to tailor your own sailing itinerary. Italy has a large and diverse sailing area; you can sail in island areas where less experienced sailors can find cover, or you can set the sails to the open waters for offshore sailing.
Skippered yacht charter is a great solution where a local skipper takes over the helm and leads you safely to the magnificent maritime locations of Italy, while you absorb rich history and breathtaking landscapes. It is advisable to hire a skipper when sailing larger distances and in offshore conditions.
Crewed charter in Italy will spoil all your senses. A captain is steering the yacht to the hidden private bay, a deckhand is handling all the ropes and systems on the yacht, a hostess is keeping the boat tidy and a cook is preparing delicious Mediterranean delights. With such a crew, your mission is to experience an ultimate vacation.
Flotilla sailing holidays - if you want to take your company for a team building or you can’t fit all your friends to one yacht, we have a solution for you. Sail out with two, five or even ten sailing yachts, and share that sailing sensation with all of your friends and colleagues. Imagine ten sailing yachts anchored in a picturesque bay and spending the night there - that is something you have to be a part of.
Why sailing in Italy?
- Ice cream cone is an Italian invention, so make sure you eat some gelato
- Up to 300 sunny hours monthly during summer
- Surrounded by four seas: the Adriatic, the Ionian, the Ligurian and the Tyrrhenian
- Four-fifths of the country is either mountainous or hilly with three active volcanoes (Etna, Vesuvius and Stromboli)