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Italy

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Italian

€6 a pint

Aeolian Islands/Amalfi Coast/Sardinia

Italy is surrounded by one of the most dramatic coastlines in Europe. Coupled with its deep Roman past it makes for an exceptional cruising destination.

Choose Sardinia for its chic and classy residents, simply stunning scenery, and its gastronomic delights. The island is known for its legendary Costa Smeralda or the “Emerald Coast” but is also full of other places to discover that truly make Sardinia a sailing paradise.

Or sail the Aeolian islands, off the coast of Sicily, for a collection of dramatic islands and dormant volcanoes that rise theatrically from the sea. Set a course for Stromboli and marvel at the scale and lava-spewing force of Europe’s second-largest active volcano.

Choose the famous Almalfi coast for sheer cliffs complemented by a rugged shoreline dotted with small beaches ideal for exploring. 

Amalfi Coast

Why the Amalfi Coast?

One of the most famous coastlines in the world.

 

Enjoy a touch of Italian glamour alongside the rich and famous. 

 

Sheer cliffs and a rugged shoreline dotted with dramatic beaches.

 

A sample of the best food and wine that Italy has to offer.

 

Visit famous towns such as Positano and the cliffside island of Capri.

Explore the preserved remains of the ancient eruption of Vesvusio

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Amalfi Route

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Day 1 - Amalfi

Join the boat in Salerno before setting sail towards the aptly named town of Amalfi. The picture-perfect gem gives its name to this outstanding area of natural beauty. Jump ashore and head to one of the many delicious restaurants.

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Day 2 - Sorrento

After spending the day exploring the beautiful isolated bays of the Amalfi coast, head to the town of clifftop town of Sorrento for dizzying winding streets and dramatic views over the ocean.

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Day 3 - Pompeii

World famous and historically significant. The preserved remains of Pompeii offer a hands-on experience of Italy’s distant history and show the true destruction of a volcano. Head underwater to the archaeological park to see the famous drowned statues.

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Day 4 - Ischia

This large volcanic island is known for its mineral rich hot springs and natural thermal mud baths. There are plenty of sea view restaurants and bars to unwind in before heading back to your boat in the historic harbour.

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Day 5 - Capri

The daunting coastline of Capri cannot be missed. Rising up from the depths this steep island is a haunch for the rich and famous. Enjoy a Limoncello at one of the many beautiful venues. Explore the blue cave in the day, you won’t want to miss it!

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Day 6 - Positano

As dramatic as it gets on this epic coastline. This stunning anchorage of Positano will be difficult to take in. Get ashore and explore the winding streets of this hilltop town. Admire the view from your yacht or settle down for yet another delicious meal!

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Day 7 - Salerno

Back to Salerno we go but not before a wonderful day of exploration and swimming. Once we’re back in the marina, head out for one last meal and final goodbye!

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