The island of Sardinia is the second largest in the Mediterranean and a very popular destination for the yachting world. Costa Smeralda, translated to mean the Emerald Coast, is world-renowned for it’s turquoise seas, rugged landscape, and exclusive resorts and hotels. Home to Porto Cervo and Cala Di Volpe, visitors can expect to catch glimpses of the Hollywood elite and the world’s business leaders. The climate in Sardinia along the coast is a typical Mediterranean climate but becomes more continental as you move into the interior of the island. The island has almost 2,000 kms of coastline, with many spots only accessible by boat. The most famous of these areas is the Golfo di Orosei, which stretches for approximately 70 km along Sardinia’s east coast with Punta Nera to the north and Capo Monte Santu to the south. Expect to find completely vertical limestone cliffs that contain deep-water grottos and secret beaches to explore. With its beautiful beaches, stunning scenery, fantastic nightlife, and secret grottos to explore, Sardinia is certainly a yachter’s paradise.