Yacht Charter Italy Special Offers & Last Minute
Here you'll find the best special offers and last minute offers for Yacht Charter Italy. We offer you a wide variety of yacht types, like Sailing yachts or Motor yachts, from different categories, like Bareboat, Crewed boat or Cabin charter. You can charter both Monohull and Catamarans. You can also filter them by the number of Berths and chose to see only the offers that have a Minimum Discount (we offer last minute discounts up to 38%).
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It's one of the oldest inhabited regions in the world, one of the most beautiful and culturally-vibrant places to visit and one of the best sailing destinations in the Mediterranean. It's no wonder that millions of people flock to its shores every year and experience the Italian "dolce vita".
First, let's start with the statistics: Italy has over 8000km of coastline, bordering the Tyrrhenian, Ligurian, Ionian and Mediterranean Seas. The best part of yacht charter Italy's coastline is considered to be located in the north, which also happens to be the most crowded, especially in July and August during the weekends. Finding a berth during that time without a previous booking is near to impossible.
The east coast of yacht charter Italy is less famous for its sailing potential and thus is less traveled and less equipped from a marina point of view. The sailors from that region prefer to go along the Croatian coastline.
The best regions for yacht charter in Italy are in the Tyrrhenian Sea which abounds in groups of islands that are not situated too far from the mainland and are equipped with fine marinas, providing great conditions for those who wish to go pleasure cruising.
The main ports in yacht charter Italy are: Capri, Fiumicino (Rome), Genoa, La Spezia, Livorno, Naples, Reggio di Calabria, Salerno, San Remo and Ventimiglia on the mainaland, Porto Azzuro and Portoferraio on Elba island, Cagliari, Carloforte, Olbia, and Porto Cervo on Sardinia island and Catania, Marsala, Messina, Milazzo and Palermo on Sicily Island.