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Are you a tourist in Italy looking to avoid all the usual attractions thronged by swaths of crowd? Then, look no further than the stunning island of Sardinia!

Covering a total square area of 24,090km, Sardinia is the second biggest island in the Mediterranean Sea after Sicily. It is, in fact, bigger than the entire country of Cyprus! A yacht charter in Sardinia presents you with twin opportunities of exploring both the island’s very own coastal provinces as well as hitting up the mainlands of France and Italy.

Usually, Sardinia enjoys a Mediterranean climate with warm summers and mild winters. The ideal time to visit this place would be in the summer months between June and August.

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MOTOR YACHT

Exclusive access to the biggest assortment of high-end motor yacht charters and destinations in Italy.

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CATAMARAN

Italy makes the ideal location to sail without being bored, and catamarans are a great way to see it.

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SAILBOAT

Sailboats come in all sizes and the larger ones boast all the amenities of the most lavish super yachts.

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CREWED CHARTER

Crewed (Captain, Hostess and Chef) and Skippered Charters (just Skipper) are the ideal strategy to relax with friends and family.

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BAREBOAT CHARTER

Captain your own boat with a bareboat charter! This sort of rental doesn’t include any crew or additional service aboard.

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DAY YACHT CHARTER

The highest quality day Aeolian yacht charter and we are pleased to assisting you plan your time onboard.

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Crewed & Bareboat Catamaran in Sardinia

Catamarans are the biggest private vessels you can get on hire to sail along the Mediterranean. These double-hulled yachts are surprisingly fast for their size, yet, very stable. You can avail a catamaran yacht charter in Sardinia in two ways.

The first is a bareboat catamaran variety which requires one of the traveling members to have a registered sailing license. These bareboat vessels are slightly more economical; allowing you the luxury of choosing your own routes and offering complete privacy!

The other alternative is to charter a crewed catamaran which comes with a skipper, a chef and a full crew. Witness the splendour of these azure blue waters without a single logistical care in the world.

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Chartering a yacht in Sardinia promises to be one of the most unique traveling experiences. The island is wonderfully placed at a proximity to the mainland. Hire our catamarans and explore the unknown wonders of the known lands.

Crewed Motor Yacht in Sardinia

You can also choose to charter a crewed motor yacht for sailing from Sardinia. The crew will be led by a skipper who’s well versed in these Mediterranean waters; a chef who can delight your traveling party with delectable food and stewards to provide any additional help you might need.

Owing to their comparatively small size, these luxury motor yachts are the perfect vessels to fit into narrow creeks and inlets. Discover those hidden gems tucked away in the Mediterranean blue atop our motor yachts.

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These motor yachts are fast, sleek and luxurious! They come fitted with a whole host of amenities like dining sets, private cabins, Jacuzzis, television sets and more. Sunbathe on the deck of our motor yachts, taking in the Sardinian air!

Skippered & Bareboat Sailboat in Sardinia

The third option for chartering a yacht in Sardinia comes with selecting between skippered and bareboat varieties of sailboats.

A lot of tourists tend to charter a sailboat for the most languid of escapades. Allowing you to be in sync with the rhythm of these Mediterranean waters, sailboats offer a unique seafaring experience.

Pick from our wide range of luxury-class sailboats and allow the wind to drive your sails!

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Traverse the waters surrounding the island of Sardinia on your sailboat as it cruises along gently on the strength of the wind. These vessels are ideal for those seeking peacefulness amid the vast blueness.

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Top Sardinia Yacht Charter Destinations: Corsica

Corsica is the closest island to Sardinia, just off its northern tip. Spanning an area of roughly 8,700 square kilometers, this is one of the most gorgeous looking islands in all of Europe!

With its hilly terrain, dense overgrowth and rocky beaches, Corsica presents an eclectic mix of different Mediterranean topographies. Not a long way from the shore is Monte Cinto – the highest peak on this island. A day’s trek to this point is worth every ounce of effort as it gives you the most breathtaking view of Sardinia, separated by the Strait of Bonifacio.

Reach Corsica riding your yacht and enjoy the arguably most beautiful island on earth!

Top Sardinia Yacht Week Destinations: Olbia

One of Sardinia’s most popular towns, Olbia is nestled away in the north-east part of the island. It is known among other things for the gorgeous San Simplicio basilica, the numerous cafes spread around the central square and the Nuraghe Riu Mulinu offering a hilltop view of the entire gulf.

Olbia offers a more affordable alternative travel destination compared to some of the other Italian resort islands.

Top Sardinia Yacht Charter Destinations: Cagliari

Located on the southern tip of the island, Cagliari is the capital of Sardinia. One of its main attractions is the medieval hilltop Castello, a walled fortress situated above the rest of the city.

Cagliari is full of wide beaches with only a scarce number of people. Not a long way from the coast is the city’s 13th century cathedral – certainly quite a sight to behold for art and history aficionados. The roman amphitheatre and the castle of San Michele add to the cultural weight of the city and make for awe-inspiring visits!

Top Sardinia Boat Charter Destinations: Naples

Your yacht charter in Sardinia can also take you to the beautiful city of Naples – a city steeped in history & arts.

This is Italy’s third largest city, and possibly its most culturally significant one. Naples is also the EU’s 9th most populous urban town with a population between 3.7 and 5 million. One of the prime attractions for visiting Naples lies in the chance of witnessing a bit of history at the centro storico (the historic centre) which is now a world heritage site!

Albeit a fair distance away from Sardinia, yachts from the southern part of the island (especially Cagliari) are a regular feature – and the long journey is completely worth it.

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MOTOR YACHT

Exclusive access to the biggest assortment of high-end motor yacht charters and destinations in Italy.

4857brochure14

CATAMARAN

Italy makes the ideal location to sail without being bored, and catamarans are a great way to see it.

aeolian-sailing-charter

SAILBOAT

Sailboats come in all sizes and the larger ones boast all the amenities of the most lavish super yachts.

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CREWED CHARTER

Crewed (Captain, Hostess and Chef) and Skippered Charters (just Skipper) are the ideal strategy to relax with friends and family.

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BAREBOAT CHARTER

Captain your own boat with a bareboat charter! This sort of rental doesn’t include any crew or additional service aboard.

aeolian-islands-siicly-day-boat-rent

DAY YACHT CHARTER

The highest quality day Aeolian yacht charter and we are pleased to assisting you plan your time onboard.

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