Sailing holidays near Venice

Best places and sailing routes for your sailing trip near Venice. Sailing season details, trade winds and everything you need for perfect sailing holidays.

Marinas in Venice

Venice is a very romantic city. And if you sail around it on a yacht, such a trip will be remembered for a long time. 

 

We invite you to discover more than a hundred islands in the Venetian lagoon. There is Murano, Burano, Torcello, San Francesco del Deserto. They are at a short distance from each other. Also, a must-see is the city of Venice, the pearl of Italy. This place is unique, and nowhere else in the world, there is such a thing.

Sailing season
May — September
Travel season
June — August
Marinas in this location
2
Boats in this location
6

Main facts about region

Telephone code:
+3941
Language:
Italian
Timezone:
UTC+1, in summer UTC+2
Currency:
Euro (EUR)
Population:
259,939

Sailing trip in Venice

There is Piazza San Marco and the Doge Palace. These are not only historical sites, but also an excellent starting point when traveling on a yacht. So you can get to know in detail this wonderful, rich history and romantic city. 

 

The island city of Venice was founded in the 9th century. It is spread over 118 different islands. Numerous bridges were erected between them. You can get around the city using a variety of channels. 

 

Regattas are held in Venice. The most visited and famous of them: the Historical Regatta, the Festa della Sensa boat, and gondola regatta, the Malamocco regatta, and others.

 

Venice is divided into six quarters. Among them: Cannaregio, Castello, Dorsoduro, San Marco, San Polo and Santa Croce. In each, you will find many attractions and cozy restaurants.

 

In the heart of the city is Piazza San Marco, Palazzo Ducale. The Doge's Palace is a stunning palace on the shore. There is also the Academy Gallery. It contains masterpieces by some of the world's greatest artists from the 14th to the 20th century. There are paintings by Bellini, Longhi, Picasso, Titian, and Rosalba Carriera.

Venice - Yacht Charter Sailica
Venice - Yacht Charter Sailica
Venice - Yacht Charter Sailica
Venice - Yacht Charter Sailica

Yacht routes in Venice

We bring to your attention a two-week sailing route from Venice to Croatia:

  • Venice — North-West Croatia — Brijuni — Dalmatian Coast — Kornati Archipelago — Sibenik and Krka National Park — Trogir and Split — Hvar — Scedro and Korcula — Mljet Island — Dubrovnik — Cavtat.

You can also visit Venice from Slovakia:

  • Portoroz — Trieste — Grado — Caorle — Venice — Chioggia — Rovinj —  Porec — Umag — Koper — Muja — Isola — Portoroz.

On a weekly charter, you can come along the following yacht route:

 

  • Marina Certosa — Albarella — Chioggia — Santa Maria del Mar — Burano — Marina Certosa.

1400 €
per week
6
Guests
2
Cabins
34 ft
Length
2011
Built in
1600 €
per week
8
Guests
3
Cabins
35 ft
Length
2007
Built in
1600 €
per week
8
Guests
3
Cabins
39 ft
Length
2002
Built in
1647 €
per week
6
Guests
3
Cabins
34 ft
Length
2019
Built in
2800 €
per week
8
Guests
4
Cabins
45 ft
Length
2011
Built in
9600 €
per week
6
Guests
3
Cabins
66 ft
Length
1971
Built in
Caorle
5 yachts

Yachting season and weather in Venice

During the summer months, winds prevail on the Adriatic: from light to moderate sea breezes from the coast. In spring and autumn, north winds often blow. They can quickly increase to near-storm strength. The strongest boron usually occurs during the winter months. Thunderstorms sometimes occur in spring and especially in autumn. They are accompanied by short but strong winds with hurricane force. Fog is another danger. You can often encounter her in the lagoon of Venice, especially at the beginning and at the end of the season.

Water temperature in sailing season +22...+26 °
Air temperature in sailing season +27...+31 °
Wind speed in sailing season 10 - 20 knots

Weather forecast for yachting in Tenerife

In the marina, you can be informed of the weather forecast for the next day. The continuous weather forecast is broadcast on VHF 68. It is first told in Italian and then translated into English. The same forecast is given in Italian and English by coastal VHF stations after notification on channel 16. Navtex weather forecasts for the Adriatic are broadcast from stations in Rome, Trieste, Kerkyra (Greece), and Split (Croatia).

 

You can also use the following services to get information about weather conditions:

  • meteo-allerta.it — weather forecast in Italy;
  • weather.com — a site with accurate synoptic data;
  • windfinder.com is a service for tracking winds, viewing water and air temperatures.