Yachtcharter in Italy

In Italy you can find the right sailing area for every taste. The 7,600 km coastline and the almost endless number of islands leave nothing to be desired. The mild Mediterranean climate and the thermal winds provide optimal sailing conditions all year round. In addition, it is actually impossible to eat and drink badly in Italy. Italy is pure positive lifestyle.

Best time to visit

May – October

Languages spoken

National language: Italian and countless local dialects




Anchoring at the Stromboli Volcanoes.
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Sailing areas in Italy


Enjoy the uniqueness, the beauty of these pearls- which today are the largest European marine park. The climate of the Tuscan Archipelago, because the sea there creates a strong attenuating effect, is typically Mediterranean, especially on the smaller islands.


Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean for expansion. Due to its geographical location in the middle of the Mediterranean, Sardinia is always represented as a perfect destination for sailing vacations.

The legendary Costa Smeralda is a luxurious tourist destination, well visited by very wealthy European and Arab VIPs from entertainment, politics and industry.

Yachtcharter Italy city at water

Interesting facts about Italy

The sailing areas in Italy are divided into four main areas: The Tuscan Islands, Naples and the Amalfi Coast, Sicily (including the Aeolian Islands) and Sardinia. But they all have one thing in common: the beautiful nature, the wonderful wine and the fantastic food.

Weather in Italy

In Italy, the sailing season usually starts at the beginning of May and runs until the end of October. July and August are the hottest months in Italy, as well as the lowest wind levels, which means that this time of year is very busy.

Sailing areas in Italy


With its rich, unique culture, art, cuisine, architecture and language, Sardinia enchants everyone who visits it. The Aeolian Islands are a volcanic archipelago in the Tyrrhenian Sea north of Sicily that inspire sailing vacations in unspoiled nature: the main island of Lipari, the green landscapes of Salina, the wild nature of Alicudi and Filicudi and the “active” volcanoes (Stromboli and Volcano).