Malta Yacht Charter

Malta yacht charter

The beauty of ancient Europe

Spectacular island

Let the beauty of ancient Europe expand your horizons during a Malta yacht charter. The spectacular Maltese archipelago, consisting of the islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino, is known for its warm, sunny climate, turquoise waters and 200 kilometres of pristine coastline waiting to be discovered during your Malta yacht charter.

Magnificent UNESCO World Heritage

Malta boat charter

Rapidly becoming a leading yachting hotspot within the Mediterranean, Malta offers a range of natural harbours, seaside villages and winding landscapes dotted with ancient sites. Home to several magnificent UNESCO World Heritage sites, this includes the Grand Harbour Marina in the heart of Valletta and the Megalithic Temples of Malta, some of the world’s oldest free-standing structures. Read on to learn more about Malta and some of its magical yachting highlights.
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Grand Harbour Marina

The Grand Harbour Marina, located in the centre of Valletta, the island’s historical home port and capital, is where you can see first-hand how the past continues to breathe life into the present. Functioning since Phoenician times, cruising into this marina is an experience unto itself. Valletta named the European Capital of Culture in 2018, is a bright and vibrant city, offering a blend of historical locations, fine dining restaurants and bustling nightlife.

the Three Cities

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Set off from Valletta, cruise past the Three Cities and the historic fortifications before going to discover one of the most unspoiled and secluded beaches on the island. Paradise Bay is the ideal place to anchor and spend a few hours on the beach and out on the water. Surrounded by lush greenery, Malta offers an abundance of reefs, stunning caves and caverns to explore.
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the islands of Gozo and Comino

Discover the islands of Gozo and Comino. Gozo is known for its lovely countryside littered with Ġgantija megalithic temples, ancient churches, and forts covering over six millennia of civilisation. Near Comino lies the world-famous Blue Lagoon, renowned for its transparent, still calm waters, unique snorkelling and swimming experiences and pristine sands. Explore all of the beautiful underwater caves filled with different types of marine life.