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Sailing Italy | Sardinia:

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

 

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If Italy is boot-shaped, then the island of Sardinia is the ball that the mainland has kicked out into the Mediterranean Sea. The main, southern port town of Cagliari and Carloforte are a cultural melting pot of medieval castles and cathedrals and excellent for charter yacht Sardinia.

Superb Costa Smeralda with charter yacht from the best marina's Portisco and Port Rotondo nearby Airport of Olbia, on the northern coast is the home of pinky-white beaches and huge gin-palace yachts. Between this glitzy coastline of swanky marinas and golf courses you'll find unspoilt sandy coves and fishing villages. Inland, the rugged Gennargentu Mountains give you a taste of traditional life among the vineyards and farming villages.

Last but not least
 we can offer Sailing from Alghero to make crossings to the French Corsica.

 

Sailing Costa Smeralda

The Costa Smeralda  is a coastal area and charter yacht destination in northern Sardinia, 55 km long and covering more than 30 kmē. With white sand beaches, a golf club, private jet and  the area has become a Top Sailing destination and has drawn celebrities, business leaders and other affluent visitors. We can offer charter yacht departure from all charter yacht marina's - most populair are Portisco, Porto Rotondo and Cannigione. The "Emerald Coast" is not only widely celebrated as a playground for the rich and famous, but also for its unrivalled beaches and secluded coves. Sardinia’s northern Costa Smeralda features 80 bays with pinkish white swimming beaches. Many of the idyllic, remote bays are best reached by Sailing Sardinia.

 

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Sailing Italy | Sardinia 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.



       


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