Charter a yacht with friends or family to sail the Amalfi Coast on a beautiful vessel.
Explore Sorrento, Ischia, Capri, Procida and Ventotene Island on board with friends. You need no sailing experience to enjoy this trip.
Choose from a range of yachts including the Lagoon 400, Lagoon 500 or state-of-the-art Lagoon 520. If you’re looking for the top end then we can provide a Catamaran 500 or a Lagoon 620.
Enjoy the services of a skipper and hostess and adapt your itinerary based on the group and the activities you are interested in – snorkelling, diving or trekking are just some of the options. What better way to enjoy and explore the Amalfi Coast than on your very own private yacht?
Day 1 and 2: Salerno, Amalfi and Positano
Meet your crew and be welcomed aboard. Enjoy a sumptuous dinner.
Breakfast on board and sailing from Salerno to Amalfi & Positano. Enjoy the breathtaking coast, with its beautiful small villages, quaint restaurants and lovely back streets complete with boutiques and cafes.
Day 3: Capri
Explore the beautiful island of Capri. Known for its rugged landscape, luxury hotels and shopping, today you’ll get to visit the famous Blue Grotto, a dark cavernous collection where the sea glows electric blue. It’s the result of sunshine passing through an underwater cave.
With gourmet restaurants galore, you will find plenty of other yachts visiting this stunning island in the summer months.
Day 4: Ischia
Highlights and sailing around Ischia exploring the bays and beauty spots of La Scannella, La Scarrupata, Castello Aragonese, Forio, Maronti.
Ischia is a volcanic island that is known for its mineral-rich thermal waters. Hot springs bubble up at Maronti Beach whilst to the East there are Roman ruins underwater at Cartaromana Beach.
Day 5: Ventotene
Ventotene is a small island but its history is well worth exploring. Most of the island is reachable on foot but it was unoccupied for centuries as it proved defenceless from attacks by pirates. Now with over 700 permanent inhabitants, it was previously used as a prison island by the ancient Romans but most people banished there eventually starved to death.
You’ll find excellent swimming and snorkelling here.
Day 6: Procida
Procida is one of Italy’s best kept secrets. It’s not been reached by mass tourism and many say that it’s like Portofino before it became so well known.
It has many a narrow street for you to explore and you’ll find few villages complete with local fishermen.
Day 7: Sorrento
You’ll fall in love with the stunning panoramic views on offer in Sorrento. The scent of lemons, the fragrances of flowers and fruits are the real highlight of this coastal town.
With stunning panoramic views over the water, and the well known Piazza Tasso, a cafe-lined square, you’ll also find a warren of narrow streets to explore.
About Your Boat and Crew
Each boat comes with a skipper who will navigate the yacht between islands and a hostess who will cook and clean the boat for you.
Each day you will need to allow around £50 per person which allows for food, gasoline, harbour fees and mooring fees.
The boat rental includes insurance, cleaning and fresh linen and towels.
All boats are equipped with fans in all areas, TV, USB sockets in all cabins, MP3 player, bimini and sprayhood as well as a canvas sunshade for the side and back. Luxury yachts come with air conditioning.
Some boats are equipped with further amenities too such as snorkelling equipment, Submarine Dolphin SeaDoo Watercraft and fishing and diving equipment.