Cities in Italy

Yacht rental in Italy is easy with Sailica. Italy is washed by the seas from all sides, which makes the country ideal for private yacht charter. Our experts will help you to choose a yacht, build your route and consult during the entire charter period.

Yacht rental in Italy

Almost all major tourist centers have airports. Fiumicino International Airport “Leonardo da Vinci” is 30 km away from Rome. There are airports in Verona, Venice, Milan, Palermo and the island of Sicily. Also, there are buses to any direction in the country.

There’s a combination of the alpine, continental, Mediterranean and oceanic types of climate, which create favorable weather conditions for yacht cruises.

High season for yacht tours is from June to August. May and September are also quite popular. During these months, a wide choice of yachts for hire, and the weather is moderately hot, with light dry winds. Low season lasts from October to April. Sailing is possible, but the weather can get cold and sometimes it rains.

Routes and Events in Italy

The west coast is the most popular among yacht trips. The coast here is rugged, there are both natural and man-made bays for parking. The Gulf of Naples can take large liners.

The Adriatic coast of Italy is suitable for experienced yachtsmen. For them, attractions are not that important because they value a peaceful cruise along the calm shores. If you still want to slightly diversify your yacht route and landscape, you can go to the legendary Venice.

If your plans include not only yacht leasing, but also sightseeing in Italy, then consider the following:

  • The largest international exhibition of contemporary art “Venice Biennale” is held in July and August.
  • On the first Sunday of September, the “Historical Regatta” is held in Venice, where you can see a lot of sailing boats and gondoliers from all over the country.
  • At the end of April, the Milan International Fair takes place.
  • During the summer months, the tourist centers of the country host many competitions, fairs and festivals. Also, almost every city celebrates the day of its patron saint.
Best activities in Italy
  • Sailing
  • Surfing
  • Windsurfing
  • Natural sights
  • Ancient ruins
  • Arena di Verona
  • Greek Theater
  • The Colosseum
  • Roman Forum
  • Capo Caccia Vertical Cliffs
  • I Faraglioni
  • Grotte Marine di Capo Palinuro
  • Leisure
  • Kiting
Airports in Italy
Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino FCO
Milan–Malpensa Airport MXP
Venice Marco Polo Airport VCE
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June - August
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May - September
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Italy is not by chance one of the most important tourist destinations in Europe. Many people want to visit the country with such a rich history, delicious cuisine, stunning nature, cars, and fashion. This, of course, affects the cost of recreation in Italy, but it is still quite inexpensive by European standards.

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Boats in Italy

Sail Oceanis 323, Portorosa, Italy
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Sail Oceanis 323, Punta Ala, Italy
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Sail Beneteau Oceanis 37, Portorosa, Italy
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Sail Oceanis 323, Marina Cagliari, Italy
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Sail Sun Odyssey 33, Marina Marsala , Italy
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Sail Sun Odyssey 319, Portorosa, Italy
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Sail Oceanis 323, Marina Carloforte, Italy
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Sail Bavaria 32 Cruiser, Caorle, Italy
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Sail Beneteau Cyclades 43.3, Portorosa, Italy
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Sail Bavaria Cruiser 33, Marina di Portisco, Italy
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Sail Swan 39, Punta Ala, Italy
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