STN Yacht Charters
STN Yacht Charters

Benvenuti a Napoli! The best choice of boats! The best choice of bases!

This incredible sailing area includes the beautiful coasts of Amalfi and Cilento, the islands of Capri, Procida and Ischia and the Pontine Islands archipelago. The Amalfi Coast must be one of the most picturesque in the whole of the Mediterranean. With the added touch of charm from the likes of Sorrento and the island of Capri this makes for the most fantastic sailing destination.

Our aim here at STN Yacht Charters is to ensure you have a great holiday. By working with carefully selected local charter companies we have been delivering high quality yacht charter holidays since 2003

We have an great selection of monohulls and catamarans in the Naples area available from; Agropoli, Naples itself, Castellammare di Stabia, Pozzuoli, Salerno and from the island of Procida.

Choose one this years new boats for the ultimate charter experience. Or for those on a budget you can opt for a boat from a keenly priced economy fleet

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Naples Charters

This charter area is centred on the Gulf of Naples in the Tyrrhenian Sea, part of the Mediterranean. The large bay is dominated by the Mount Vesuvius, a dormant volcano famous for the eruption of 79 AD that buried the Roman town of Pompeii

The islands of Ischia and Procida [the Phlegraeans] lie to the W of the Gulf of Naples together with the Pontine archipelago which is made up of the islands of Gavi, Palmarola, Ponza, Santo Stefano, Ventotene and Zannone

Famous the world over, the stunning Amalfi Coast and the Isle of Capri are situated at the southern end of the bay. Continue further south and you will find yourself on the unspoilt Cilento coast with its numerous, charming fishing villages

If you are planning a two week charter you might sail north and spend a day or two in Rome. Or venture south and explore the Aeolian islands off the north coast of Sicily

Bay of Naples
The Bay of Naples with Vesuvius in the background

• Season •

The season runs from mid-April through to the end of October. The first three weeks of August can be considered peak season. There's a lot to be said for considering the "shoulder" season from mid-May to mid-June, and September through to mid-October. Why? It's very much cheaper. You will avoid the crush of high/peak season. The weather is still very pleasant and there is a better chance of wind and some great sailing

• Weather • Climate • Wind •

Average summer temperatures in the Gulf of Naples range from 21C in May and October rising to 28C in July and August. The gulf sees 8+ hours of sunshine per day throughout the season. Generally rainfall is light, June and July are the driest months. The wind blows predominantly from SW - NW. There is the occasional possibility of a NE. Onshore breezes can be expected close to the coast

You can see fuller details on the climate of Naples here

• Onshore Don't Miss •

Naples, the largest city in southern Italy, has one of the world’s largest historic centres and is famous for its UNESCO World Heritage status

Pompeii and Ercolano are both Roman cities buried when Vesuvius erupted in AD 79. Now fully excavated they are remarkably well preserved. The sites are managed by the same company and it is easy to visit both in one day using a combined ticket and the local train which connects both

Pizza Margherita and Limoncello. Probably not my favourite combination I'll admit

According to popular tradition, in 1889, during a visit to Naples by Queen Margherita of Savoy, wife of King Umberto I, chef Raffaele Esposito and his wife created a pizza resembling the colours of the Italian flag, red (tomato), white (mozzarella) and green (basil) and named it after the queen

Limoncello is an intensely lemon-flavored liqueur most famously associated with and produced in Sorrento, the Amalfi coast and the island of Capri. It is made from lemon zest, water, alcohol, and sugar

• Marine Wildlife • 
 
You can expect to see dolphins. Whenever I sail in the Med I'm always bumping into them! Well not literally of course but the boat is often surrounded by a pod jumping alongside and diving under the bow

Other species that can be found in the Mediterranean Sea include; fin whales, sperm whales, grey sperm whales, pilot whales, Cuvier’s beaked whales, bottlenose dolphins, striped dolphins, common dolphins and loggerhead turtles

Mediterranean Marine Wildlife
In the picture, clockwise from the top left; Common Dolphins, Mediterranean Monk Seal, Sperm Whale and last but not least a Loggerhead Turtle

• One Week Charter from Salerno • 
 
The islands of Ischia and Procida [the Phlegraeans] lie to the W of the Gulf of Naples together with the Pontine archipelago which is made up of the islands of Gavi, Palmarola, Ponza, Santo Stefano, Ventotene and Zannone

The Amalfi Coast must be one of the most picturesque in the whole of the Mediterranean. The entire coastline is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With the added touch of charm from the island of Capri this makes for a fantastic one week charter
Amalfi Coast
Amalfi Coast [Click on the pic for more images of this itinerary]

Day 1: Check-in and overnight at Marina d'Arechi, Salerno
Day 2: Amalfi
Day 3: Sorrento
Day 4: Procida
Day 5: Ischia
Day 6: Capri
Day 7: Marina d'Arechi
Day 8: Disembark in the morning

See more itineraries for the Gulf of Naples yacht charter area here
 
• Explore the Cilento Coast from Procida •


Sail south and explore the unspoilt Cilento Coast, between Paestum and the Gulf of Policastro. One of the Mediterranean's last secrets, the Cilento coast offers a relaxed cruise through an area renowned for it’s rocky inlets, crystal-clear seawater and pretty seafront villages including Agropoli, Acciaroli, Palinuro, and Scario

Agropoli Harbour
Agropoli Harbour [Click on the pic for more images of this itinerary]

Day 1: Check-in and overnight at Procida
Day 2: Ischia
Day 3: Capri
Day 4: Sightseeing
Day 5: Maratea
Day 6: Scario
Day 7: Marina di Camerota
Day 8: Acciaroli
Day 9: Agropoli
Day 10: Amalfi
Day 11: Positano
Day 12: Sorrento
Day 13: Sightseeing
Day 14: Procida
Day 15: Disembark in the morning

See more itineraries for the Gulf of Naples yacht charter area here
 
• Charter Bases •

We can offer boats from bases in Agropoli, Naples itself, Castellammare di Stabia, Pozzuoli, Salerno and from the island of Procida

• Agropoli Harbour •
Drone shot of Agropoli Harbour
Agropoli Harbour [Click on the pic for more images]

Agropoli lies on the beautiful unspoilt Cilento Coast between Capo Campanella (Sorrento) and Capo Palinuro. It is the most southern of the charter bases serving the Naples yacht charter area and so the closest to the Aeolian Islands

Naples International Airport (NAP) is 113 km away, 90 minutes by car

• Castellammare di Stabia, Marina di Stabia •
Marina di Stabia, Castellammare di Stabia
Marina di Stabia [Click on the pic for more images of this base]

The marina lies on the Gulf of Naples to the south of the city

Naples International Airport (NAP) - 30 km, 25 minutes by road

• Pozzuoli, Marina Sudcantieri •
Marina Sudcantieri, Pozzuoli
Marina Sudcantieri [Click on the pic for more images of this base]

Marina Sudcantieri is set in the midst of the breathtaking scenery of Rione Terra, looking out onto the Gulf of Pozzuoli and the islands of Ischia and Procida. The marina is a favourite with motor yacht owners and you can see some impressive vessels here

Naples International Airport (NAP) is 21 km away, a 25 minute taxi ride

• Procida Harbour •
Procida Harbour
Procida Harbour [Click on the pic for more images]

Lying in the NW of the Gulf of Naples, Procida is the closest base to the Pontine Islands

Naples International Airport (NAP) is 35 km away, 80 minutes by road and ferry

• Salerno, Marina d'Arechi •
Marina d'Arechi, Salerno
Marina d'Arechi [Click on the pic for more images of this base]

Marina d'Arechi lies at the eastern end of the Amalfi Coast

Naples International Airport (NAP) is 67 km away, a 50 minute road trip

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Our Boats

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You can see prices for weekly charters
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Monohulls - 2 Cabins

Beneteau Oceanis 301 [2020] • From Procida
Beneteau Oceanis 30.1 Beneteau Oceanis 30.1
Images for Beneteau Oceanis 301. And check out the Video

Beneteau Oceanis 351 [2017] • From Procida
Beneteau Oceanis 31 [2016] • From Procida

Monohulls - 3 Cabins


Beneteau Oceanis 381 [2020] • From Salerno, Marina di Arechi
Beneteau Oceanis 38.1 Beneteau Oceanis 38.1
Images for Beneteau Oceanis 381. And check out the Video

Beneteau Oceanis 381 [2020] • From Procida
Jeanneau SO 410 [2019] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Beneteau Oceanis 41 [2019] • From Procida
Jeanneau SO 419 [2018] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Dufour 412 GL [2018] • From Castellammare di Stabia, Marina di Stabia
Bavaria 41 Cruiser [2018] • From Procida, Marina di Procida
Dufour 382 GL [2018] • From Pozzuoli, Marina Sud Cantieri
Beneteau Oceanis 381 [2017] • From Procida
Beneteau Oceanis 411 [2017] • From Salerno, Marina d'Arechi
Beneteau Oceanis 381 [2017] • From Procida
Dufour 412 GL [2017] • From Castellammare di Stabia
Beneteau Oceanis 41 [2016] • From Procida
Bavaria 37 Cruiser [2016] • From Procida, Marina di Procida
Jeanneau SO 409 [2015] • From Procida
Dufour 382 GL [2015] • From Castellammare di Stabia
Jeanneau SO 379 [2014] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Jeanneau SO 409 [2011] • From Castellammare di Stabia
Bavaria 40 Cruiser [2010] • From Agropoli
Bavaria 40 [2008] • From Salerno, Marina d'Arechi
Beneteau Oceanis 433 [2008] • From Procida
Dufour 365 [2008] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Bavaria 37 [2007] • From Salerno, Marina d'Arechi
Jeanneau SO 36i [2007] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Beneteau Cyclades 433 [2006] • From Salerno, Marina d'Arechi
Bavaria 39 [2006] • From Salerno, Marina d'Arechi

Monohulls - 4 Cabins

Jeanneau SO 519 [2020] • From Castellammare de Stabia, Marina di Stabia
Jeanneau SO 519 Jeanneau SO 519
See the gallery by clicking on an image of the Jeanneau SO 519

Jeanneau SO 440 [2019] • From Procida
Jeanneau SO 449 [2018] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Bavaria C45 [2018] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Beneteau Oceanis 511 [2018] • From Procida
Dufour 460 GL Liberty [2018] • From Pozzuoli, Marina Sud Cantieri
Jeanneau SO 449 [2017] • From Agropoli
Bavaria 46 Cruiser [2017] • From Procida, Marina di Procida
Dufour 460 GL [2016] • From Castellammare di Stabia
Jeanneau SO 479 [2016] • From Procida
Bavaria 46 Cruiser [2016] • From Salerno, Marina d'Arechi
Beneteau Oceanis 45 [2014] • From Procida
Jeanneau SO 469 [2014] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Jeanneau SO 439 [2012] • From Castellammare di Stabia
Jeanneau SO 439 [2012] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Jeanneau SO 49 [2008] • From Salerno, Marina d'Arechi
Beneteau Oceanis 434 [2008] • From Procida

Monohulls - 5/6 Cabins

Jeanneau SO 490 [2020] • From Procida
Jeanneau SO 490 Jeanneau SO 490
See the gallery by clicking on an image of the Jeanneau SO 490
And check out the Video

Beneteau Oceanis 461 [2020] • From Procida
Beneteau Oceanis 46.1 Beneteau Oceanis 46.1
See the gallery by clicking on an image of the Beneteau Oceanis 461

Jeanneau 54 [2019] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Beneteau Oceanis 461 [2019] • From Procida
Beneteau Oceanis 48 [2018] • From Pozzuoli, Marina Sud Cantieri
Jeanneau SO 519 [2017] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Bavaria 51 Cruiser [2017] • From Procida, Marina di Procida
Dufour 560 GL [2016] • From Castellammare di Stabia
Bavaria 51 Cruiser [2015] • From Salerno, Marina d'Arechi
Jeanneau 53 [2015] • From Castellammare de Stabia, Marina di Stabia
Beneteau Oceanis 48 [2015] • From Procida
Jeanneau SO 509 [2013] • From Castellammare de Stabia, Marina di Stabia
Jeanneau 53 [2010] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi

Catamarans - 3 Cabins

FP Lucia 40 [2018] • From Castellammare di Stabia, Marina di Stabia

Catamarans - 4 Cabins

Bali 45 Fly [2020] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Bali 45 Bali 45
See the gallery by clicking on an image of the Bali 45

Lagoon 46 Fly [2020] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Lagoon 46 Lagoon 46
See the gallery by clicking on an image of the Lagoon 46. And check out the Video

Bali 41 [2020] • From Salerno, Marina di Arechi
Bali 41 sailing Bali 41 sailing
See the gallery by clicking on an image of the Bali 41

Bali 43 [2020] • From Salerno, Marina d'Arechi
Bali 43 [2020] • From Pozzuoli, Marina Sud Cantieri
Lagoon 40 [2019] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Lagoon 42 [2019] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Bali 41 [2019] • From Agropoli
Leopard 45 [2019] • From Procida
Leopard 40 [2019] • From Procida
FP Lucia 40 [2019] • From Pozzuoli, Marina Sud Cantieri
Lagoon 40 [2019] • From Pozzuoli, Marina Sud Cantieri
Bali 40 [2018] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi
Bali 43 [2018] • From Pozzuoli, Marina Sud Cantieri
Lagoon 400 S2 [2016] • From Salerno, Marina d'Arechi
FP Lipari 41 [2014] • From Salerno, Marina d'Arechi
Lagoon 450 [2012] • From Castellammare de Stabia, Marina di Stabia
Lagoon 440 [2008] • From Salerno, Marina d'Arechi
Lagoon 380 [2008] • From Salerno, Porto Commerciale, Molo Manfredi

Catamarans - 5/6 Cabins

Bali 48 [2020] • From Salerno, Marina di Arechi
FP Saona 47 [2019] • From Castiglioncello
Leopard 50 [2019] • From Procida
Bali 54 [2019] • From Pozzuoli, Marina Sud Cantieri

You can see prices for weekly charters here

Get a quote for your yacht charter here. Or contact us by email