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Western Mediterranean

The Western Mediterranean is the world’s most popular private yacht charter destination.

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Western Mediterranean Luxury Yacht Charter

The Western Mediterranean is the world’s most popular private yacht charter destination thanks to a combination of pleasant climate, beautiful coastlines, and vibrant history and cultures. A Western Mediterranean yacht charter can take you to the fascinating architecture of the Amalfi coast, the chic beach parties of the Cote d’Azur, the white sand beaches of Corsica or the refined island of Sardinia. The rich blend of the Mediterranean Sea, cuisine and wine will melt away any stress and leave you recharged. A well planned charter will fuse all of the fun, adventure, and relaxation the Western Mediterranean has to offer.

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Italian Riviera

The Italian Riviera, also known as the Ligurian Riviera, has long been a destination for the world’s rich and famous. Tucked between the Cote d’Azur and Tuscany, this narrow strip of land is home to famous locales such as Portofino, Cinque Terre, Bordighera, San Remo, and Genoa. The old world flair, colorful buildings, and quaint fishing villages exude style and charm, it’s no wonder this is such a popular charter destination.

Cote d'Azur

Often called the French Riviera, the Cote d’Azur is considered one of the epicenters of the yachting world. Containing world famous cities and towns such as Saint-Tropez, Cannes, Nice, Antibes, and the principality of Monaco, this sun-drenched area is the play ground to many of the world’s rich and famous. This beautiful stretch of coastline was one of the first destinations to be considered a “resort area” due to its great weather and idyllic landscapes.


Located approximately 160 km from the French mainland, this island’s culture is an amalgamation of the various foreign nations that have occupied Corsica over the years. The capital of Corsica is the city of Ajaccio, the birthplace of Napolean Bonaparte, perhaps Corsica’s most infamous son. Corsica has about 1000 km of coastline, much of accessible only from boat. Dramatic cliffs and mountains cover much of the island and deliver scenery you will not soon forget.


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. With its beautiful beaches, stunning scenery, fantastic nightlife, and secret grottos to explore, Sardinia is certainly a yachter’s paradise.


The fabled land of Persephone and Aphrodite, Sicily has been enchanting visitors with its natural beauty for centuries. Located in the center of the Mediterranean, directly off the tip of the boot of Italy, this island has been host to the Greeks, Romans, Spanish, Arabs, Normans, and finally the Italians. This has left an indelible imprint not only on the architecture of the region, but on its people as well. With such a varied and rich history, culture, and scenery, Sicily is not to be missed.

Spain & The Balearics

The Mediterranean coast of Spain and it’s Balearic islands offer visitors a fantastic blend of old world culture, thriving nightlife, picturesque scenery, and fabulous cuisine. Cruise down to the islands of Ibiza, Mallorca, and Menorca for sunshine, hidden bays, old world charm, and secluded beaches. Best to stay off the beaten path to truly experience the essence of these islands. Discover ancient fishing villages for tapas and seafood you won’t soon forget.