Italy’s waters have been a vacation playground since Roman times, and they remain so today. The stunningly beautiful Emerald Coast of Sardinia, the volcanic isles of the Aeolians, the rich history of Sicily, and the laid-back charm of the Amalfi Coast each offer a unique adventure. An Italy yacht charter blends the best of bareboat cruising: secluded anchorages, bustling resorts, marvelous white-sand beaches, traditional fishing villages, and splendid sailing. History is ever-present in the cities and towns, the cuisine is sumptuous, and the natural beauty of the coast and islands is exquisite.
The Isle of Capri, its name summons images of the Mediterranean, the storied history of the Greeks and Romans, the chic and sophisticated who routinely vacation there. The island is but one jewel in a chain extending off the southwest coast of Italy.
Situated at the northwestern edge of the Tyrrhenian Sea, an arm of the Mediterranean 475 miles in length and 60 miles wide, The Moorings marina in Cannigione is a prime location for the start of a Sardinia yacht charter.
Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000, the Aeolian Islands (also known as the Lipari Islands) are situated just above Sicily at the southern edge of the Tyrrhenian Sea, an arm of the Mediterranean 475 miles in length and 60 miles wide.