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Sailing in SPAIN

The Balearic Islands are one of the most popular sailing areas at all in Europe, other popular charter destinations in Spain are the Spanish Mediterranean Coast and the Canary Islands in the Atlantic Ocean. The largest range of sailing yachts, motor yachts and catamarans can be found around the Balearic Islands of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera, as well as at the mainland ports around the Costa Brava just nearby the Catalan city of Barcelona with its huge marina.

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Sailing in TURKEY

Turkey is, due to its many small islands and coves, an excellent sailing and swimming paradise for both – beginners and professionals – who want to sail either alone or with their own skipper and / or a complete crew. A special experience is renting one of the traditional turkish wooden yachts called “Gulets”. The most popular sailing areas are the Turkish Aegean Sea and the Lycian Coast, all located in the Mediterranean Sea. The most famous marinas are Bodrum, Marmaris, Fethiye and Göcek.

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Sailing in GREECE

Greece offers ideal wind conditions, excellent climatic conditions, outstanding landscapes and incomparable hospitality, which is an unique experience for your yacht charter holiday in the Aegean or the Ionian Sea. From Athens and Lavrion you start best in the direction of the Cyclades and then to the Saronic and Argolis Gulf. If it rather pulls you towards the Dodecanese and Sporades, best you may set sails starting from Rhodos, Kos or Samos.

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Sailing in CROATIA

Croatia, with its moderate winds and climate is one of the most famous and beautiful sailing areas on the European continent. In the Croatian Adriatic you can find more than 1,500 islands and a lot more romantic bays – perfect for anchoring. Very popular are sailing cruises in northern Croatia around Istria and the Kvarner Bay. An absolute highlight is Dubrovnik, the World Heritage Site designated by UNESCO, which is almost completely surrounded by the sea. In the south you have the Dalmatia region, with the well-known port of Split.

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The sailing area around Montenegro in the southern Adriatic is still a secret for many sailors, but has a long tradition, that can be traced back to the ninth century. The almost 300 kilometers of coastline offers excellent sailing conditions, coupled with picturesque villages and beautiful nature. The most famous sight is situated on the Gulf of Kotor, this is the longest fjord in Southern Europe, so that is already an absolute travel highlight and therefore worth going there.

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Sailing in SLOVENIA

The Slovenian coast extends over only a very short part of coast in Istria in the northern Adriatic Sea, but it is an excellent alternative to Croatian marinas. With a rented motor or sailing yacht you can enjoy your trip from the waterside around Izola towards the coastal region of Primorska and the Julian Alps mountains. The Marina in Portoroz is a great starting point for sailing trips around Istria and even longer trips to the Kvarner Bay and the lagoons of Venice.

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Sailing in ITALY

On board of a sailing yacht is one of the best ways to explore the diversity of Italy. Amongst the highlights of an Italy cruise the beautiful coast of Tuscany is included as well as the islands belonging to the archipelago of Elba and Giglio. In the south of Italy you will find the Tyrrhenian Sea with the Gulf of Naples, the Amalfi Coast and the islands of Ischia, Capri, Procida and the Pontine Volcanic Island group. Not to forget during a yacht charter in Italy are the two largest islands in the Mediterranean Sea – Sicily and Sardinia, with their beautiful and crystal clear sea.

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Sailing in MALTA

Malta is an archipelago in the sun and very special for sailing and together with its two neighbour islands of Gozo and Comino it has a very well developed infrastructure for sailing and motor yachts with numerous harbors, marinas and anchor places. The most famous marinas are Birgu (Grand Harbour Marina), Egoogle_ti, Msida, St. Julien and Vittoriosa. An absolute sailing excursion place is a visit to the small island of Comino, because there you will find the most beautiful beach by far, called the Blue Lagoon.

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Sailing in FRANCE

The French Mediterranean and Atlantic coast is far over 5,000 km long and in almost any other country, the possibilities for a yacht charter are as varied as in France. Very exclusive places are the famous and legendary Côte d’Azur with hotspots like Monte Carlo, Cannes, St. Tropez and Nice. Everywhere there you can find Mega-yachts and super motor yachts. Excellent sailing conditions in the midst of bright blue water and sandy white beaches like the Caribbean sailors can find around Corsica. Along the French Atlantic coast, Brittany offers just about everything a sailor could desire, wild coastlines on one side and protected gulfs on the other.

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