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We can offer you yachts to Sailing Italy to the southern end of beautiful Tuscany in Etrusca Marina, Folloncia, Cala Galera, Piombino, Salivoli, Elba, Capraia, Punta Ala, Giannutri and Giglio. Each of these Sailing Italy destinations in Tuscany are regarded as superb locations for an excellent Sailing Yachtchartering around the picturesque Tuscan archipelago. Also you can take part of our Flotilla with start and finish in Piombino. On your Sailing Italy you will sail past picturesque old towns, uncrowded pristine sandy beaches through bright-blue crystalline waters to beautiful secluded anchorages and relatively unknown bays, coves and islets.

 

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On your Sailing Italy you can visit the largest island in the spectacular Tuscan archipelago, Elba, which is followed closely by Gilio. Elba (Punta Ala, Piombino and Follonica) is a superb charter yacht Italy destination to stop on your holiday with both fine sand and pebbled beaches. Gilio is wild and untamed and a hot tourist Mecca at once.

From Elba Island you can sail to Capraia Island, near Portoferraio, with its small yet beautiful harbor. For diving and snorkeling enthusiasts Carla Mortola and Cala Rossa are easily accessible by yachts. Your Sailing Italy will continue north onto Corsica Island and further onto spectacular Saint Florent, an extremely attractive small town with its beautiful ancient citadel.

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Sailing Italy | Conditions:

During the summer, 8-12 knots winds typically blow from the northwest with local patterns around the islands. There are plenty of sheltered harbors, anchorages, and bays although care must be taken due to tides and underwater rocks.For additional information and route suggestion please look at our online Sailing Itineraries. 

Standard charter time is from Saturday afternoon 17:00h with return to port on Friday 16:00h. On return check out will take place and you can stay on board until Saturday morning 09:00h.

Sailing Italy | Sicily:

Palermo offers the cruising grounds of the Aeolian Islands (7) in north part of Sicily, Malta and Tunisia. Another popular starting ports is Portorosa.

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Palermo is the capital of Sicily and Sailing Italy in the province of the same name, and is located on the north western coast of the island in a marvelous inlet by Monte Pellegrino, described as 'The most beautiful promontory in the world', which dominates the western border of the Conca d'Oro laden with oranges and lemons. The city extends along the slope between Monte Pellegrino and Capo Mongerbino. The city then turns inwards and climbs up to Monreale, with its beautiful view. The glorious Conca d'Oro also makes up part of Palermo. The mountains crown the city, the gardens dress it in green, the sea caresses it and the sky covers the city with a blue veil.

 

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Sailing Italy | Sardinia;

Sardinia is completely unique and the perfect place for a Sailing Italy that mixes excitement with the exotic. During the summer, Yachtcharters flock to Sardinia.

 

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With an average of 300 days of sunshine per year, concentrated from April to September and warm winds off the African continent, the Sardinian climate, can be quite delightful and not quite as hot as other Sailing areas in the Mediterranean.  As with other parts of the Mediterranean and Italy, the Sardinian Sailing Italy season generally runs from April to the end of October. The summer season in July and August is the hottest and tends to have lighter winds. This is also the high season as far as Sailing Italy goes.

 

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Sailing Italy | Naples, Nettuno, Salerno;

Italy is surrounded by the Mediterranean very suitable for charter yacht and has a long and varied coastline. The sea (il mare, il Mediterraneo) takes different names around the coast: to the west of Italy is the Ligurian Sea (Elba, Portoferraio, Follonica, Piombino, Punta Ala), and south of that is the Tyrrhenian Sea (Napels, Nettuno, Salerno, Sorrento). Around the sole of Italy's boot lies the Ionian  and to the east is the Adriatic (Adriatico). A few sections are protected marine reserves, others (particularly in the south) have been spoiled by tacky half-constructed villas but in general charter ycht conditions are supurb with plent of yachts and marina's and nearby airports (Rome and Napels).

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