Naples Yacht Charter Itineraries
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1 week in Naples from Salerno
When you arrive at the marina you will go to the
charter company office and check-in. They'll then show you to your
boat and give you a quick briefing so you know where everything is
on board. After that it's over to you, might we suggest a quayside
beer to help you relax into the holiday swing!
For your first
day sailing why not head over Amalfi. In the summer this sun
drenched town is a bustling hive of activity, take a stroll through
the piazzas or unwind on the small but scenic beach.
Days 3 -
6, Sightseeing round Sorrento and beyond. From Amalfi a nice sail is
round the Sorrentine Peninsula to the town of Sorrento. Set high up
in the cliffs the town is seperate from the marina but make sure you
pop up there because if you walk down the winding streets you'll
find a maze of historic buildings.
Once you've explored the
dizzying heights of Sorrento with its picture perfect colourful town
pop across the Bay of Naples to Procida. Procida has remained
untouched compared to its neighbouring islands and is without a
doubt one of the prettiest islands in the Mediterranean.
Procida why not pop over to Ischia, its a short sail giving you
plenty of time to explore when you get there. Ischia has a great mix
of vineyards, beautiful forests and picture perfect towns. And in
the evening once you've enjoyed some freshly caught fish why not
head to one of the piano bars that line the seafront.
- 8, Stopping off in Capri before heading back to base. If it's the
celebrity lifestyle you like then Capri is the perfect last place to
visit. With it being undoubtely the most famous island on the Amalfi
coastline. So many have walked these streets, from Roman emperors,
Russian revolutionaries and showbiz stars, there's a certain glitz
and glamour here that you won't find anywhere else.
On your last
day it's time to head back to base, from Capri to Salerno is around
a 30 mile sail so make sure you give yourself time to get back to
the base, the staff usually like people to be back between 4-6pm
giving you time for one last Italian feast before its back to
2 weeks from Salerno
When you arrive the base you will be met by
the charter company where you will be checked-in. Once you've
checked-in you'll be shown to your boat where after a quick briefing
you're ready to relax and have a quayside drink! Salerno has plenty
of great restaurants for a truly Italian meal.
On your first day
why not have an easy first sail and do the short hop over to Amalfi.
Here you'll find a bustling town with busy piazzas and a lovely
Days 3 - 5, Ambling along the Amalfi Coast. We
recommend stopping off in Positano, a beautiful picturesque village
with pink and terracotta houses all built into the steep hillside,
quite a sight when sailing in from sea.
From Positano why not
head over to Procida, arguably one of the prettiest islands in the
whole of the Mediterranean. The buildings here are all pastel hues
of green, yellow, pink and blue making a stunning backdrop to the
harbour and if you eat along the seafront you'll be getting seafood
caught fresh that day by local fishermen.
Days 6 - 9, A long
hop over to the Pontine Islands. From Procida if you fancy if why
not have a full day sailing and get over to Zannone in the Pontine
Islands. This sail is around 35-45 miles but well worth the trip.
Zannone is part of the Circeo National Park and is a great stop for
Once you've explored Zannone why not sail the short
distance to Palmarola. There's a bit more here than in Zannone, not
just the beautiful natural grottos and crags but also some ports
where you can moor up for the night and dine on some local
Ponza is a great follow on from Palmarola, another
short sail. Ponza is thought of as the understated version of Capri.
With the rich famous trying to keep this one a secret its definately
not one to be missed. Ponza's got plenty to see such as the Grotto
di Pilato, underwater wrecks which can be seen if you go snorkelling
and inland there are even Piscine Naturali, natural water pools.
Days 10 - 13. You've explored the Pontine Islands now why not
head back towards the mainand stopping on your way at the stunning
island of Ventotene.
Ventotene has a great history and lots of it
remains so make sure you take a stroll along the Villa Olivi while
The same distance again from Ventotene is Ischia.
This brings you back over to the Bay of Naples and Ischia is a great
stop if you want to sail round a stunnig town surrounded by lush
forests and vineyards.
Once you've explored the quieter island of
Ischia why not sail over to the most popular island on the Amalfi
Coast, Capri. Popular with showbiz stars as well as history buffs
there's sometihng for everyone here.
Days 14 - 15, Returning
to the base. From Capri, once you've rubbed shoulders with all the
celebrities who flock here in the summer its an easy sail back to
either of our bases, Procida or Salerno. Most of the charter
companies expect you to be back in the marina between 4-6pm and then
you're free to enjoy your last night with one last Italian
gastronomic delight before your flight home the next day!