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We have prepared for you a selection of itineraries - all customizable accordingly your needs - ranging from Mediterranean Sea to Caribbean and US coasts.
Lipari, Salina, Alicudi, Filicudi, Panarea, Vulcano and Stromboli are becoming more popular for yachters and vacationers as they each have their own unique characteristics and sites to see.
The combination of history, architecture and culture make it a wonderful place to visit, while the crystal-clear water, sunny weather and warm breezes make it an ideal place to sail and grant a long charter season.
As the legend goes, when Venus’ necklace broke, seven pearls dropped into the Tyrrhenian Sea, thus forming the archipelago off the coast of Tuscany. Since 1996, the islands have been protected as part of a national park.
The Côte d’Azur is a popular vacation destination for a reason. Its mild, pleasant weather, pebble beaches, lively nightlife and highly luxurious hospitality make it a desirable destination.
The Costa Smeralda is a yachting hub well-known for its beauty and glamour, but Sardinia also features nearly deserted beaches, secluded inlets and tiny villages that see little traffic.
Florida’s coastline is great for year-round cruising with plenty of sunshine and warm waters, from international hubs like Miami, Palm Beach and Key West to more private ports.
A charter here can be anything from a relaxing, tropical vacation, to an active adventure with plenty of water sports, scuba diving and on-land activities, to an exciting regatta. It is the perfect escape.
This group of Spanish islands, off the coast of the Iberian Peninsula, are becoming an increasingly popular sailing destination because they boast clear waters, rocky landscapes, sandy beach fronts and hospitable harbours.