771 Crewed Luxury Yachts for Charter in Italy

Italy Yacht Charter

An Italy yacht charter gives you a diverse range of destinations and an enormous selection of yachts at your disposal, making it the perfect summer choice in the Mediterranean. Whether you want to explore the beauty of Portofino or cruise the Amalfi Coast in style, renting a yacht in Italy offers so much to see and do. Islands like Sardinia are an oasis of white sand beaches, while cities such as Venice offer fascinating culture and ancient history. Ideal for every type of charter guest, an Italy yacht rental is set to be one of our most popular cruising destinations for summer 2022 and beyond.

Known for its romantic charm, beloved cuisine, and picture-perfect towns and cities, Italy is one of the Mediterranean’s shining jewels. The mainland forms part of the Italian Peninsula, which sits in the heart of the Mediterranean basin with the Tyrrhenian Sea to the west and the Adriatic Sea to the east. The smaller Ligurian Sea can also be found on the north-western coast.

Italy Yacht Charters: At a Glance

a shining fleets of superyachts off of the coast of capri with their guests enjoying the hot Mediterranean sun as they cruise from port to port on their Italy yacht charter adventure
  • Unique variety of destinations
    Italy has a vast number of different destinations which you can visit within a relatively short itinerary. Spend a day on the beach, followed by a day exploring the city!
  • Plenty of marinas
    The most popular cruising regions are well-catered to superyachts of all sizes.
  • More coastline than anywhere else in western Europe
    The country has over 7,200 kilometres of coast, with plenty of islands that create interesting and diverse itineraries.
  • International access
    Italy is well-connected to the rest of the world, with plenty of international airports which offer direct, intercontinental flights at all times of the year.
  • An expansive charter fleet
    Whatever type of yacht you’re looking for, you can be sure to find it in Italy. Most of the world’s largest superyachts spend their summers in Italy; but there are plenty of smaller yachts, sailing vessels and sports yachts also available to book.

Popular Destinations for Yacht Rentals in Italy

There are so many destinations in Italy, it can be tricky to know where to start. Let us help to break it down for you.

The Ligurian Riviera (Liguria, Portofino, Rapallo)
Best for: Scuba-diving, upscale restaurants, cultural landmarks

The Amalfi Coast (Positano, Capri, Sorrento)
Best for: Pretty towns, UNESCO-listed scenery, celebrity-spotting, romantic venues

Sardinia (Sardegna, Porto Cervo, Costa Smeralda)
Best for: Sandy beaches, buzzy venues, luxury retail, swimming and snorkelling

Sicily (Palermo, Marsala)
Best for: Peace and quiet, fascinating history, interesting monuments, unspoilt beaches

East Coast Italy (Apulia, Puglia, Bari)
Best for: Wine tasting, hiking, authentic restaurants

Venice (Veneto)
Best for: Art galleries, theatres, ancient architecture

Italy’s west coast is the most popular region for yacht charters, and most of our clients will usually book a week or more in order to fully experience all that this slice of paradise has to offer. You can browse our selection of tailor-made itineraries to help you choose the type of vacation that’s right for you.

Popular Sub-Regions in Italy

Ligurian Riviera Yacht Charters

a bright and colourful marina in positano italy just waiting for a fleet of luxury charter yachts to berth and explore the region
the  buildings of the amalfi coast nestled in the crevices of cliffs and hilltops with beautiful mountains in the background a perfect anchorage for guests on a superyacht looking to explore while on their italy yacht charter vacation the popular tourist attraction villa lysis in capri where fleets of charter yachts visit

Also known as the Italian Riviera, Liguria Riviera yacht rentals are characterised by centuries-old architecture, historic landmarks, and craggy cliffs.  Highlights of the Italian Riviera include Cinque Terre, a string of former fishing towns carved into the hills overlooking the sea. Nearby Portofino shares the same type of brightly-coloured buildings and is a magnet for superyacht charters.

The Amalfi Coast Yacht Charters

the candy coloured buildinsg of the hot charter yacht destination positano
the famous statue of someone in vila cibrone a vacation hostspot that sees masses of guests on a luxury yacht charter through italy come and visit
and olive tree on the hills of capri with the perfect view of the ocean where it seems fleets of superyachts cruise while on their italy yacht charter vacation

Amalfi Coast yacht rentals are one of the most beloved cruising grounds in Italy. Also known as the Sorrentine Peninsula, the coast stretches from Naples to Salerno, covering towns such as Sorrento, Positano, Ravello and Amalfi. Islands including Capri and the Phlegrean archipelago (which covers Ischia, Procida and Vivara) are included in the Amalfi Coast. The region has limited beaches, but plenty to see and do onshore- you won't ever be bored on the Amalfi Coast! 

The island of nearby Capri is steeped in culture, history and natural beauty. Explore the ancient villas, and discover the wonders of the legendary Blue Grotto.

Sardinia Yacht Charters

bright and colourful decorative plants hang against the vibrant yellow wall of a family run pizzeria where guests on a luxury yacht charter vacation are dining
the crystal clear water on la maddalena archipelago in italy's shoulder seaon where they experience less tourisma rocky path on the coast of a popular yacht charter destination sardinia

Located in the Tyrrhenian sea next to the French island of Corsica, Sardinia is hugely different to the Italian mainland. In contrast to the steep bluffs and deep sapphire sea of the Amalfi Coast and Italian Riviera, Sardinia is bordered by sugary sand beaches and crystal-clear bays. 

The north-east coast of the island is the most popular for visiting yachts. For keen sailors, a voyage around La Maddalena archipelago can't be beaten- it's the same location where a number of prestigious regattas are held and it sits on the famous Costa Smeralda, which is well-known for its beaches and fantastic snorkeling opportunities.  Porto Cervo is a luxury-lovers dream, with its high-end shops and designer emporiums close to the main port. Meanwhile, Olbia is the quieter sister of Porto Cervo, where you can while away the day wandering around museums and admiring the architecture. 

Venice Yacht Charters

the famous canals of Venice where luxury charter yachts are not allowed to cruise but provides a romantic setting while guests are enjoying their vacation

A cultural gem of Italy, Venice is a city that is primed for of art and theatre fans. There are countless museums and art galleries for you to explore during your visit, and while you can't cruise your yacht through the city's inner waterways, you can indulge in a gondola ride- and that's far more intimate and romantic!

Nearby, the island of Murano is famed for its production of unique hand-blown glass art, and makes the perfect stop for a day wandering the boutiques and galleries. 

Highlights of an Italy Yacht Charter

An Italy yacht rental vacation offers an abundance of things to see and do. Here is our small selection of some of the most impressive:

Don't Miss:

  • Chryst of the Abyss, an 8-ft bronze statue that stands 17m below the surface of the sea in Portofino, creating a popular diving spot.

  • Fontelina, an iconic beach club set on the rocks in Capri.

  • Villa Rufolo, a villa with beautiful, manicured gardens overlooking the sea in Ravello.

  • Il San Pietro di Positano, a pretty hotel with an elegant terrace looking out over the ocean in the cliffs of Positano.

  • The Faraglioni, a rock formation off the coast of Capri.

  • Cala Goloritze, in Sardinia, a white-sand beach which is consistently voted one of the prettiest in Europe.

  • Hotel Splendido, a beautiful hotel in the hills looking out over the bay of Portofino.

  • The Sunken City of Baiae, a small city that sunk into the sea during Roman times close to Naples.

  • The Blue Grotto, or Grotto Azzura, a semi-submerged cave in Capri where the light refracts the sunlight from outside, creating a mesmerizing optical illusion. 

Who Goes on an Italy Yacht Charter?

From family-friendly fun to dazzling party hotspots, Italy provides it all. You can enjoy laid-back cruises or jam-packed island-hopping and finish your yacht charter with enough memories to last a lifetime.

History and Culture

Italy's culture has had an impact across the globe; from its famous artists, such as Leonardo DaVinci, to its iconic fashion houses like Gucci, Versace and Prada.

While Italy has a very distinct culture, it is very welcoming of all types of visitors. However, be aware that there are some specific laws you will need to adhere to while exploring the country; if you don't, you risk being fined.  As well as obvious ones like not drinking in the streets and no swimming in the fountains, you also should be aware that you can't swim in the Blue Grotto, in Capri, and you should wear proper footwear while walking in Cinque Terre- no flip-flops allowed. 

Types of Yacht Charters in Italy

woman on kayak with superyacht backdropa motor yacht crusiing the coast of Venice while on a luxury yacht charter in Italy
Feadship superyacht lady s underway in cinque terre in italy while on a luxury yacht charter vacation with a fleet of superyachts behind hersuperyacht maltese falcon underway in the Mediterranean while on a luxury yacht charter vacation in peak summer on her way to capri

You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to superyachts for charter in Italy, with one of the largest and most diverse fleets in the world for you to choose from.

Motor Yacht Charters in Italy

You can choose between a small, fast and sporty yacht, or a larger yacht with all the latest features and amenities; or something in between the two. Yachts with planing hulls are ideal for you if you want to zip between destinations quickly. They are sleek, sexy and ideal for speed demons. However, be aware that they consume more fuel and will be less stable at anchor.

Displacement and semi-displacement hulls are slower, but more spacious and far more stable at anchor. They offer ample volume and comfort, and the largest yachts in the international charter fleet are all displacement or semi-displacement.

Sailing Yacht Charters in Italy

There are plenty of sailing yachts for charter in Italy. Choose between a high-performance ketch, a classic sloop or a catamaran for increased on-board volume. 

The country’s west coast is better for experienced sailors who aren’t afraid of wind and swell. The east side is more relaxed, and you can easily incorporate some island-hopping around Croatia into your vacation- just be sure your yacht has a Croatian charter license. 

How Much Does It Cost to Charter a Yacht in Italy?

With so many options available, there’s something to suit every type of budget in Italy. The average prices for motor and sailing yacht charter in Italy are as follows;

  • An Italy motor yacht rental can range from $32,600 to $1.3m per week plus expenses
  • A sailing yacht charter in Italy averages from $29,000 to $560k weekly plus expenses

When is the Best Time for Italy Yacht Rentals?

Italy’s charter season runs between April and October. Peak season is in July and August, when the mercury’s at its peak and rainfall and wind levels are at their lowest. Savvy charterers looking to save some money should consider chartering a yacht in Italy during shoulder season, which is generally between April and May, and September and October. While these months aren’t as lively as peak season, you can still enjoy warm weather, fewer tourists, and less competition for slips.

Where Should I Begin My Yacht Charter in Italy?

the sun setting over venic whiel yachts come to berth in a marina so that her guests can enjoy an evening in the town while they enjoy their luxury yacht charter in Italy
a woman in blue holds her hat and a tote bag full of the essential things she needs to enjoy a day in the sun while on her luxury yacht charter in Italy

Most yacht charters begin in Naples for the most popular destinations like the Amalfi Coast, Capri and Sardinia, For yacht charters on the Italian Riviera, most people begin in Genoa.

Where to Find a Slip in Italy

an italian marin where a fleet of luxury superyachts berth in peak season for a spledid festival in land bringing some excitement to a quaint settlement and to the guests of a luxury yacht charter

While exploring Italy by yacht, you will find plenty of marinas that cater to a wide range of superyachts. This includes: 

  • Marina di Stabia is a luxury marina close to Naples, which caters to yachts up to 100m.
  • Marina Molo Luise is a second option close to Naples, which caters to yachts measuring up to 140m.
  • Porto Lotti, located in the Italian Riviera, caters to yachts of up to 100m. 
  • Darsena Fontanelle on the East Coast has a maximum capacity of 60m.
  • Venice Yacht Pier, which has the capacity to host yachts of up to 120m.

Where to End a Italy Yacht Charter

The most popular destination for beginning or ending a yacht charter is by far and wide Naples, especially for the Amalfi Coast, thanks to its excellent international links and well-provisioned superyacht marinas. 

How to Book Your Yacht Charter in Italy

Italy is one of our most popular destinations in the summer months. Therefore, advanced booking is crucial if you want to secure your perfect yacht, in your ideal destination on your preferred dates.

Your broker will also need plenty of time to tailor an itinerary to suit you, and enough time to book ahead for the nights you wish to spend in marinas. We recommened booking up to 3 months in advance to give your yacht charter broker the optimum time to organise everything down to the last detail. 

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Italy Yacht Charter Itineraries

Our wide selection of itineraries has been curated with the help of brokers and yachting experts to ensure each one is perfectly tailored for a luxury yacht charter. To make it easier to choose the right fit for you and your party, you can browse our itineraries based on the number of days you’re planning to spend chartering.

From Portofino to Positano and everywhere in between, Italy is home to a variety of charter hotspots. If you’re looking to explore one region in Italy, we recommend an itinerary that covers between 5-7 days. This will give you enough time to spend on shore discovering the delights of new towns and pretty villages, while also enjoying some down time on deck.

If you’re looking to explore two regions that aren’t far from each other (for example the Amalfi Coast and Sardinia) you should consider 7 days. Your itinerary can incorporate an overnight cruise to ensure you don’t waste a day underway.

For more than two regions, or if you’re looking to spend more than one night in any destination, you should consider an itinerary that is longer than 7 days. This will give you enough time to fully experience everything that this beautiful Mediterranean destination has to offer.

Italy is a vast country that covers many sub-regions, so be sure to consider this when browsing our itineraries. Many people will choose to start and end their vacation in Italy, but it’s also possible to incorporate neighbouring countries into an itinerary; a popular destination is the South of France, but you could also incorporate Croatia or Greece.

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Scenic coastlines, cultural attractions, fine dining, luxury and fashion, pretty villages, island discovery

When to Go:

May - September


  • Naples International Airport
  • Leonardo DaVinci International Airport
  • Cagliari Elmas Airport
  • Catania-Fontanarossa
  • Bari International Airport

Luxury Yachts for Charter in Italy 2022 & 2023

Crewed Charter Yachts in Italy

771 Yachts for charter in Italy
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O'Pari Yacht Charter in ItalyO'Pari yacht charter lifestyle
from $1,113,000 p/week♦︎
Lady S Yacht Charter in ItalyLady S yacht charter lifestyle
from $1,646,000 p/week♦︎
Flying Fox Yacht Charter in Italy

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446ft Lurssen

446ft   2019

from $3,340,000 p/week♦︎

Ahpo Yacht Charter in Italy


378ft Lurssen

378ft   2021

Lana Yacht Charter in Italy


351ft Benetti

351ft   2020/2021

from $2,004,000 p/week♦︎

Dream Yacht Charter in Italy


349ft Olympic Yacht Services

349ft   1997/2018

from $2,227,000 p/week♦︎

Christina O Yacht Charter in Italy

Christina O34

325ft Canadian Vickers

325ft   1943/2020

from $690,000 p/week♦︎

Faith Yacht Charter in Italy


317ft Feadship

317ft   2017

from $1,456,000 p/week♦︎

O'Pari Yacht Charter in Italy


312ft Golden Yachts

312ft   2020

from $1,113,000 p/week♦︎

Lady S Yacht Charter in Italy

Lady S12

305ft Feadship

305ft   2019

from $1,646,000 p/week♦︎

Aquarius Yacht Charter in Italy


302ft Feadship

302ft   2016

from $1,500,000 p/week

Moonlight II Yacht Charter in Italy

Moonlight II36

300ft Neorion

300ft   2005/2015

from $722,000 p/week♦︎

Tranquility Yacht Charter in Italy


300ft Oceanco

300ft   2014

from $1,100,000 p/week

Nero Yacht Charter in Italy


296ft Corsair Yachts

296ft   2007/2021

from $525,000 p/week

Phoenix 2 Yacht Charter in Italy

Phoenix 212

296ft Lurssen

296ft   2010/2011

from $1,000,000 p/week

Athena Yacht Charter in Italy


295ft Royal Huisman

295ft   2004/2019

from $334,000 p/week♦︎

Lauren L Yacht Charter in Italy

Lauren L36

295ft Cassens-Werft

295ft   2002/2008

from $774,000 p/week♦︎*

Nirvana Yacht Charter in Italy


290ft Oceanco

290ft   2012

from $1,120,000 p/week♦︎

Maltese Falcon Yacht Charter in Italy

Maltese Falcon12

289ft Perini Navi

289ft   2006/2016

from $515,000 p/week♦︎

AQuiJo Yacht Charter in Italy


282ft Oceanco

282ft   2016

from $501,000 p/week♦︎

Chakra Yacht Charter in Italy


282ft Scheepswerf Gebr. van der Werf

282ft   1963/2017

from $551,000 p/week♦︎

Aquila Yacht Charter in Italy


281ft Derecktor Shipyards

281ft   2010/2020

from $945,000 p/week

Sunrays Yacht Charter in Italy


281ft Oceanco

281ft   2010/2018

from $1,113,000 p/week♦︎

Grand Ocean Yacht Charter in Italy

Grand Ocean12

279ft Blohm + Voss

279ft   1990/2019

from $703,136 p/week

O'Ptasia Yacht Charter in Italy


279ft Golden Yachts

279ft   2018

from $891,000 p/week♦︎

Solandge Yacht Charter in Italy


279ft Lurssen

279ft   2013/2019

from $1,113,000 p/week♦︎

Victorious Yacht Charter in Italy


279ft Ak Yachts

279ft   2021

from $891,000 p/week♦︎

Secret Yacht Charter in Italy


271ft Abeking & Rasmussen

271ft   2013/2018

from $840,000 p/week*

Romea Yacht Charter in Italy


268ft Abeking & Rasmussen

268ft   2015/2021

from $980,000 p/week♦︎

Alfa Nero Yacht Charter in Italy

Alfa Nero12

267ft Oceanco

267ft   2007/2021

from $728,000 p/week*

Elements Yacht Charter in Italy


262ft Yachtley

262ft   2019

from $896,000 p/week♦︎

Tatiana Yacht Charter in Italy


262ft Bilgin Yachts

262ft   2021

from $863,000 p/week♦︎

Legend Yacht Charter in Italy


254ft IHC Verschure

254ft   1974/2019

from $607,000 p/week♦︎

Boadicea Yacht Charter in Italy


251ft Amels

251ft   1999/2020

from $696,000 p/week♦︎

Yersin Yacht Charter in Italy


251ft Piriou

251ft   2015

from $534,000 p/week♦︎

22Charter Crew
6Charter Cabins
12Charter Guests

246ft Abeking & Rasmussen

246ft   2016

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from $840,000 p/week♦︎

Kensho Yacht Charter in Italy


246ft Admiral Yachts

246ft   2022

Lady E Yacht Charter in Italy

Lady E12

244ft Amels

244ft   2006/2020

from $595,000 p/week*

Lady Jorgia Yacht Charter in Italy

Lady Jorgia12

243ft CRN

243ft   2017

from $835,000 p/week♦︎

Synthesis Yacht Charter in Italy


243ft Amels

243ft   2021

from $779,000 p/week♦︎

Naia Yacht Charter in Italy


241ft Freire Shipyard

241ft   2011/2014

from $662,000 p/week♦︎

Siren Yacht Charter in Italy


241ft Nobiskrug

241ft   2008/2013

from $546,000 p/week♦︎

Planet Nine Yacht Charter in Italy

Planet Nine12

240ft Admiral Yachts

240ft   2018

from $650,000 p/week

Titania Yacht Charter in Italy


240ft Lurssen

240ft   2006/2020

from $565,000 p/week

Coral Ocean Yacht Charter in Italy

Coral Ocean12

238ft Lurssen

238ft   1994/2016

from $320,000 p/week*

Quantum of Solace Yacht Charter in Italy

Quantum of Solace12

238ft Turquoise Yachts

238ft   2012

from $560,000 p/week

Bleu De Nimes Yacht Charter in Italy

Bleu De Nimes28

237ft Clelands Shipbuilding Co

237ft   1980/2020

from $482,000 p/week♦︎

Game Changer Yacht Charter in Italy

Game Changer17

237ft Damen Yachting

237ft   2017/2020

from $450,000 p/week

Serenity Yacht Charter in Italy


236ft Austal

236ft   2004/2017

from $612,000 p/week♦︎

Freedom Yacht Charter in Italy


230ft Benetti

230ft   2000/2016

from $500,000 p/week*

Joy Yacht Charter in Italy


230ft Feadship

230ft   2016

from $700,000 p/week

Sherakhan Yacht Charter in Italy


229ft Vuijk Scheepswerven

229ft   2005/2018

from $540,000 p/week♦︎

Nomad Yacht Charter in Italy


228ft Oceanfast

228ft   2003/2020

from $423,000 p/week♦︎

Saluzi Yacht Charter in Italy


226ft Austal

226ft   2003/2014

from $480,000 p/week

Soaring Yacht Charter in Italy


224ft Abeking & Rasmussen

224ft   2020

from $779,000 p/week♦︎

Sycara V Yacht Charter in Italy

Sycara V12

224ft Nobiskrug

224ft   2010/2017

from $485,000 p/week

Triple Seven Yacht Charter in Italy

Triple Seven10

223ft Nobiskrug

223ft   2006/2022

from $602,000 p/week♦︎

Icon Yacht Charter in Italy


221ft Icon Yachts

221ft   2010/2014

from $500,000 p/week

Firebird Yacht Charter in Italy


220ft Feadship

220ft   2007/2021

from $500,000 p/week

Global Yacht Charter in Italy


220ft Shadow Marine

220ft   2007/2008

from $120,000 p/week

Okto Yacht Charter in Italy


218ft ISA

218ft   2014

from $400,000 p/week

Invictus Yacht Charter in Italy


217ft Delta Marine

217ft   2013

from $550,000 p/week*

Luna B Yacht Charter in Italy

Luna B12

217ft Oceanco

217ft   2005/2019

from $501,000 p/week♦︎

Ventum Maris Yacht Charter in Italy

Ventum Maris12

216ft Amels

216ft   2011/2019

from $530,000 p/week

Triumph Yacht Charter in Italy


215ft Benetti

215ft   2021

from $650,000 p/week

Callisto Yacht Charter in Italy


214ft Feadship

214ft   2006

from $415,000 p/week

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Italy Yacht Charter Q&A

  • Q.
    What do I need to consider before booking a yacht charter in Italy?

    Italy is one of the yachting capitals of the world, and certain regions are extremely busy during peak season.

    You should start the booking process as early as possible, particularly if you’re looking to spend some nights in port. Marinas such as Marina Grande in Capri and Marina di Portofino are among the most in-demand in the Mediterranean, so be sure to let your broker know if you’d like to book a berth in either of these.

    As with all popular travel destinations, Italy can be congested and touristy in the height of summer. Cultural sites and landmarks will always be popular attractions, but you can avoid the crowds by dining at exclusive restaurants and beach clubs, which you can find in our Points of Interest section.

  • Q.
    What do I need to know about VAT on yacht charters in Italy?

    In most European countries, VAT is charged on yacht charters. The percentage varies from country to country. Italy charges 22% on the cost of the charter, however, there are some instances where this can be reduced depending on time spent chartering in international (or non-EU) waters. Talk to your charter broker for more information. 

  • Q.
    How long should I book a yacht charter in Italy?

    If you’re looking to explore one or two areas of Italy, we recommend a 7-day itinerary. However if you’re looking to explore multiple regions of Italy, you should plan a longer itinerary. Luckily, there’s plenty of room for flexibility and longer and shorter itineraries can be arranged according to the needs of your charter party.

  • Q.
    How much does it cost to charter a crewed yacht in Italy?

    With a huge variety of yachts to choose from, there’s a charter yacht in Italy to suit every budget. 

    For a mid-sized motor yacht during peak season, you can expect to pay anywhere between $90,000 to $300,000 per week plus expenses during peak season. 

    You should be aware that the price displayed next to the yachts on our site are base rates, and do not cover additional expenses.

    Additional costs include the cost of fuel, berthing, VAT, crew tips and food and beverages. You should factor these costs in and typically expect to pay upwards of 30 - 35% of the base rate on top of your charter fee. 

  • Q.
    How can I find the right yacht for me and my charter party in Italy?

    To help you get an idea of the yachts that are available, you can browse ALL crewed yachts available for charter in Italy on our site. When you’ve chosen your perfect yacht, you can make an inquiry and a charter broker will be in touch. 

    They will take care of the booking process, and talk to you about what you want from your vacation so that they can provide you with an incredible experience down to the very last detail. 

    If you’re still undecided on the yacht that you want, that’s not a problem; your charter broker will consider your requirements and recommend a selection for you.

  • Q.
    Where is the best place for a sailing yacht charter in Italy?

    There are plenty of opportunities for sailing in Italy. The country’s west coast is ideal for experienced sailors who don’t mind wind and swells. Islands like Sicily, Sardinia, Capri and Ischia are all great locations for a sailing vacation. Meanwhile, Italy’s sheltered east coast is typically calmer, and you could even incorporate some island-hopping in Croatia. 

  • Q.
    When is the best time to visit Italy on a yacht?

    Our clients typically book a yacht charter in Italy between June and August. However, the weather in certain regions is still pleasant as early as June and as late in the season as September.

    In September in particular, the seas are warmer and there are far fewer tourists, so this could be a good time to visit if you’re looking for a more relaxed vacation. 

  • Q.
    Where should I begin a yacht charter in Italy?

    Where you begin your yacht charter in Italy depends on where you want to charter. One of the most popular start destinations is Naples, which provides access to all the most well-known yachting destinations including the Amalfi Coast, Capri, Sardinia and the Italian Riviera (or Liguria).

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