book now and save

Top discounts for boat rentals
and yacht charters in Italy

Discover the best discounts available

Why charter a yacht in Italy?

The easy life of Italy makes a yacht charter the best way to explore this jewel of Europe. Think of quiet strolls through the charming hills of Sicily, drinking wine in the cobbled streets of Portofino, and pure culinary luster everywhere you go. Home to vibrant and breathtaking sceneries, captivating ancient ruins, and a fascinating abundance of art, Italy is a blend of vibrant colors and extravagant flavors! With more than 7,500km of coastline, there is enough to choose from, so rent a boat from the many yacht bases serving the Tyrrhenian, Ionian, Adriatic, and Mediterranean seas and set sails on an unforgettable trip.

1. Easy cruising

Italy is no stranger to seamen; the beginners and the experts can all find something that suits them! There is a wide choice of marinas and harbors for safe mooring, and whether your boat rental is with or without a crew, the best sailing season is from May to October. The conditions may vary according to the location, but in general, the summer months are calmer, with dry, sunny weather and mild winds, while spring and autumn bring more rainy days.

2. World heritage country

Yes - Italy is the country with the most UNESCO world heritage sites in the world, a real archaeological gem. Charter a yacht near Rome and explore historical treasures such as the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and the Pantheon. If you head south to Naples, make sure to wander the streets of Pompeii and see the ghostlike ruins of a city destroyed by Mount Vesuvius' eruption in 79AD. Italy is a dream for history lovers, and even those less excited will be amazed by many of the sights the country has to offer. Make sure you spend even just a day exploring the majestic heritage Italy can offer because a yacht charter is much more than only sailing.

3. Mouth-watering food

With a cuisine so popular, there's no need even to mention that Italy is the motherland of world-favorites like pizza and pasta. So your boat trip here undoubtedly will be seasoned with many tasty dishes. Our advice - don't miss trying new Italian recipes just because you're familiar with the popular ones. Make sure to check the Palermo food market if you're sailing off from Sicily and sample locally grown food. Or if you rent a boat in Tuscany, try 'Ribollita' - a soup made of fresh vegetables, and of course not to be missed - the locally harvested truffles, one of the world's most expensive foods! And of course, relish the rich flavors of a Lasagne, made in the country where it was born.