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Why charter a yacht in Malta?

Located south of Italy, the archipelago of Malta is a must-visit destination in the Mediterranean. At only 60 miles south from Sicily, Malta offers sailor ideal navigation conditions. The country is a small island paradise, full of adventures and diverse cultures, scattered only on a few square kilometers. Here you can enjoy scuba diving, fishing, relaxing along pristine beaches or explore the local villages, mysterious temples, taste the local specialties, and much more.

1. Perfect weather

With a warm Mediterranean climate, Malta offers the ideal conditions for sailing for almost the whole year. From April to October is perhaps the best time to rent a boat in Malta. Sailing in Malta is usually effortless. However, be aware of the Siroco, which brings hot and moist air from Africa during summer and can reach hurricane speeds.

2. Easily accessible

Take full advantage of Malta by renting a boat to discover the island in all its glory. There is nothing more relaxing than sailing around aboard a yacht charter and enjoying the sound of the waves, sunbathing under the warm sun. Set sails early in the morning and explore Gozo or Comino, to enjoy stunning views and swim in the calm blue waters. If you are an experienced yachtsman, you can even sail to neighboring Sicily, located 58 nautical miles north of the island. There are several marinas located on the island, including Msida & Ta'Xbiex, Laguna, Manoel Island, Portomaso, Grand Harbour and Mgarr. The last two being the main bases of departure.

3. Engaging activities

There are lots of bays and anchorages all around the Maltese islands. Here one can relax, dive and tan on the creeks often inaccessible by feet. Skippers sailing around the island of Gozo and Comino can explore their magnificent lagoons, and also the charming marinas located in the vicinity. Walking through the capital, Valletta, you will enter a world heritage site of UNESCO, filled with megalithic temples and medieval fortresses.