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Mediterranean Destinations


With approximately 4,660 miles of coastline, a yacht adventure in Italy is bound to surprise you around each corner- lose yourself in the artistic, fishing village of Portofino, trace the Amalfi Coast, before continuing to the glamorous island of Capri and picturesque Postitano. Cruise to the shopping and jet-set hangouts of Sardinia and timeless Sicily.

Amalfi Coast


The southern Aegean is the most famous island chain of all of the Greek Islands and is where the bulk of tourists flock during the summer. This region is home to the Cyclades, Dodecanese, Ikaria and Samos sailing regions, but in simple layman’s terms, this is where you will find the famous islands of Mykonos and Santorini.  Just south of Athens, you will find the Argo Saronic sailing region. The islands in this region are a lot closer together, with the prevailing weather also being a lot gentler than that of the open seas of the Aegean region. The Ionian Sea is also known for its easy sailing conditions.  And if you really want to escape the crowds, then the fourth major sailing area of the northern Aegean is your ideal Greek Island paradise. Although the cruising is just as great as in the other Greek island regions, the northern Aegean has simply been overlooked due to its distance from the major jumping-off point of Athens

Greek Island


The French Riviera is a stunning place to explore, particularly on a sailing catamaran. This beautiful region of France provides the perfect combination of sophisticated yet bustling cities, such as Cannes and St Tropez, as well as quaint and peaceful seaside villages and islands of the Îles Porquerolles national park. The freedom of a sailing yacht will enable you to discover the Côte d'Azur with ease to have an authentic sailing experience like no other!

French Coast


Embrace the beauty of this dramatic coastline.

Embark upon your Croatian adventure and set sail around the medieval city of Split, hip Hvar and calming Korcula. For a peaceful escape, float into the hushed haven of the serene national parks; these include the magical Mljet National Park and Kornati National Park. Alternatively, discover the must-do activities in Dubrovnik, sample indulgent Croatian cusine at the best restaurants and secure reservations at the most stylish beach clubs for an activity-packed vacation this summer.

Aerial View of City


Turkey’s unique and intoxicating blend of cultures and histories – and of course its gorgeous coastlines – make it a captivating destination for a yacht charter. There’s so much beauty and drama, with the region’s rugged natural splendor contrasting ancient Greek or Roman ruins and hypnotic Islamic architecture. The inviting coastal waters of its southwestern coast are so warm and deeply blue, with many secluded islands, and the small ports here offer a luxurious welcome that’s second to none. And don’t forget to plan on a few days discovering Istanbul, one of the world’s most fascinating cities.

Mardin Turkey


Sailing in Spain is a unique experience without stress and with many possibilities to enjoy the rich culture, wonderful sunny days, excellent food, and long sandy beaches.  The coastline is very diverse and has a variety of landscapes. There are cliffs and sandy beaches, fertile farmlands, craggy mountains, olive groves, and rocky coves. Each of the coastal regions has its own unique character.  You will want to enjoy the natural beauty of the Balearic Islands.  Some of the most sought-after destinations in Spain include the Spanish Balearic Islands which are made up of three main islands - Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza, each with its own very distinct appeal.

Spanish Coast
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