Italy Yacht Charter

History & Glamour

Millennia-Old History

Heart of an Empire

Offering a wide range of beautiful destinations, divine cuisine and immerse culture, Italy is one of the most renowned cruising regions in Europe. Explore everything the Italian Riveria has to offer in true luxury and style from your private charter yacht. Discover the heritage and beauty of the Amalfi Coast, get lost in the sandy beaches of Sardinia and indulge in true Italian cuisine in Siciliy – Italy provides it all and much, much more.

The Italian Lifestyle

La Dolce Vita

Depending on what you are searching for during your charter, different regions of the country may be better suited for your holiday. Sicily remains a foolproof choice for a luxury charter, as its rich and variety cultured history, ancient cities, stunning natural parks paired with the volcanic beauty of the Aeolian archipelago is sure to win over any doubting hearts. The Amalfi Coast, overflowing with Old World Italian glitz and glamour, is said to be the most beautiful coastline in Italy – and from a luxury charter yacht, it’s easy to see why. From breathtaking beaches and rolling hillsides to extraordinary architecture and mind-blowing food, take your time exploring the intoxicating offering this region has to offer. For those in search of the ideal beach holiday, Sardinia and Corsica make the perfect destination. With over 2,000 km of gorgeous sandy beaches, rocky inlets and hidden covers, let its emerald waters and sublime nature transport you to paradise.

Venice

Explore the best of this floating historic city and take in its cultural offerings. Built on more than 100 islands, Venice has no roads – only canals and waterways. After mooring in one of its three marinas, head over to the city centre while taking in the Renaissance and Gothic Palaces along the way. Be sure to visit the central square which contains St.Mark’s Basilica that is tiled with Byzantine mosaics, and the Campanile bell tower which offers stunning views of the city’s red roofs.

Tuscany

Home to some of the world’s most recognisable landscapes, Renaissance art and architecture, a visit to central Italy is incomplete without a visit to Tuscany. See Michelangelo’s famous ‘David’ statute in person, Botticelli’s work on the Uffizi Gallery and the iconic Duomo basilica in Florence. Take in its diverse natural reserves, which include the rugged Apennine Mountains, the island of Elba’s beaches on the Tyrrhenian Sea and Chianti’s well known olive groves and vineyards.

Amafli

Stretching 50 kilometres along the coastline of the southern edge of Italy’s Sorrentine Peninsula, Amalfi is known for its secluded beaches, sheer cliff drops and rugged shoreline. The namesake town of the Amalfi Coast is a beautiful labyrinth of scenic streets set against a stunning mountainous backdrop. Be sure to explore its medieval cathedral before getting lost in its winding streets. Afterwards head on to Naples, the birthplace of pizza and a UNESCO World Heritage site, it offers various styles of architecture spanning 27 centuries.