Sailing in Greece
It's not a chance that Ulysses started his voyage in these waters. Numberless islands, desert coves and beaches, romantic ports, rich tavernas, plenty of wind and well organized services. With just a tiny bit of history and art thrown in...
Sailing in Italy
A cruise between Amalfi and Ponza is like time spent suspended in a movie on the 50s. Here you can still find real Mediterranean villages like Procida, stunning architecture from the times of Augustus to those of Niemayer and shouting fishmongers where prawns still move...
Sailing in Spain
A good example of how tourism can be effectively developed and organized without slaughtering heritage and landscape, the Balearic Islands became an absolute favourite among northerners and Anglo-Saxons... Each island is profoundly different, but all share a very good service for yachts, excellent charter fleets, plenty of anchorages and opportunities for everyone.
Sailing in France
You do not go to the Riviera to sail, you go there to enjoy life. Feel like Cary Grant and Brigitte Bardot hopping between amazing villas, superb restaurants, amazing islands and a timeless sense of style.
traveling yacht: no base marina
67.58 (ft) loa
44.88 (ft) loa