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«start yachting» [practical]

A short introduction to sailing for complete beginners

By the end of the course you will have experienced steering a yacht, sail handling, ropework and be aware of safety on board. Holders of the Start Yachting certificate can go on to complete the Competence Crew course in a reduced time of three days or two weekends ■

► Pre-course experience

► Assumed knowledge

► Minimum duration

    two days

► Minimum age

► Course content

    The yacht, ropework, underway,

    rules of the road, man overboard recovery,

    clothing and equipment, Emergency

    equipment and precautions, meteorology;

► Ability after the course

    Basic knowledge of yachting.

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«essential navigation & seamanship» [shorebased]

The course has been available in the classroom for a few years, but now it is possible to take it online too through our RYA Interactive e-learning site . However you decide to take the course, it offers a great introduction to navigation and safety awareness for new, inexperienced or rusty skippers and crew. This course is for anyone interested in sailing, motor boating, sea angling or diving, and works well in complementing our on-the-water training, such as the Powerboat Level 2, Start Yachting and Helmsman courses. This is a highly informative course with lots of opportunities for you to put your new found knowledge into practice. If you decide to take the course online , you will find many interactive exercises to help reinforce the information and lots of chances to try out what you’ve learned. In the classroom , the course is taught over 16 hours with exercises to complete along the way. It can be covered as a series of short sessions or over two full days. You will receive a course pack which includes a chart, plotter, dividers, course handbook, exercises and an electronic chart plotter CD ■

course topics include

► Charts and publications; ► Safety; ► Engine checks; ► Buoyage; ► Tidal awareness; ► Visual and electronic navigation; ► Pilotage; ► Rules of the road; ► Anchoring; ► Weather forecasts; ► Passage planning;

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«competent crew» [practical]

This course is for beginners and those who would like to become active crew members rather than just passengers

Experience living on board and really get to know the boat. Virtually all the course is hands on. You are the crew - without you the sails won’t go up and the boat won’t be steered. By the end of the course you should be able to steer, handle sails, keep a lookout, row a dinghy and assist in all the day to day duties on board. You should also have visited some interesting places and had an enjoyable holiday ■

    5 days. Often run over 3 weekends or 3 days

    plus a weekend. If you hav done the Start

    Yachting course, this course can be

    completed in 3 or 4 days;

    Knowledge of sea terms and parts of a boat,

    her rigging and sails, sail handling, ropework,

    fire precautions and fighting, personal safety

    equipment, man overboard, emergency

    equipment, meteorology, seasickness,

    helmsmanship, general duties, manners

    and customs, rules of the road, dinghies;

    Able to steer, handle sails, keep a lookout,

    row a dinghy and assist in all the day to day


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«day skipper» [shorebased]

This course covers the prescribed syllabus for the award of the RYA Day Skipper shorebased certificate

The Day Skipper Course is designed primarily for: • Students who are new to sailing; • Students with dinghy or a little crewing experience; • Boatowners who have yet to make extended passages at sea; Course material includes charts , Admiralty and RYA publications, personal tuition, RYA Day Skipper shorebased assessment and certificate ■

    We assume no previous knowledge and

    each opic is fully explained and illustrated

    as it is introduced.;

    Course can be completed in 40 hours,

    at 8 hours it can be completed in 5 days;

    Beginning with simple chartwork and nautical

    erminology, the course progresses through to

    tidal predictions, buoyage recognition,

    position fixing (including GPS), steering

    and sailing rules, weather patterns, and

    navigation in fog and at night. The emphasis

    throughout the course is upon personal

    safety, including the use of man- overboard

    equipment, lifejackets, flares, HF and GMDSS;

►  Ability after the course

    As the course draws to a conclusion, all these

    subjects are combined in a demonstration of

    practical passage planning, giving sufficient

    knowledge for conducting your own coastal

    passage or similar passage.

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«day skipper» [practical]

Our RYA Day Skipper training will guide you through preparation for sea, deck work, navigation, pilotage, and meteorology. Learn the rules of the road, maintenance and repair work, engines, and how to cope in emergency situations. The exciting part comes when you start learning how to handle the yacht, both under sail and under power. Passage making and night cruising are highlights of the RYA Day Skipper course ■

    5 days sea time, 100 miles, 4 night hours;

   Navigation to day Skipper Shorebased

    and basic sailing ability;

    5 days ;

    16 years;

    Basic Pilotage, boat handling,

    watch organisation;

    Skipper a small yacht

    in familiar waters by day.

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«coastal skipper & yachtmaster® offshore» [shorebased]

This course covers the prescribed syllabus for the award of the RYA | MCA Yachtmaster® Coastal | Yachtmaster® shorebased certificate

The format of the course is such that the introductory modules act as a refresher on the basic concepts of navigation. However, it is too brief to be of value to the complete beginner and is intended to assist those whose knowledge has become a bit rusty. Course material includes: • charts • Admiralty and RYA publications  • personal tuition • RYA/MCA Coastal Skipper | Yachtmaster® Offshore shorebased assessment and certificate ■

    People who have previously complete

    a Day Skipper theory course;

    People who have sufficient knowledge

    to be able to plot EPs, CTS, calculate

    secondary port tidal heights and

    interpolate tidal streams;

    Courses takes 40-45 hours of study ;

    Navigational techniques are refined

    and expanded upon and whilst chartwork

    (including electronic aids) and tidal

    factors are studied to an advanced level,

    the emphasis is upon the practical

    knowledge required to become a skilled

    offshore skipper. Safety is stressed

    throughout with emphasis on collision

    regulations, interpreting weather forecasts,

    boat handling and coping with emergencies,

    concludes the course at an internationally

    recognised level of competence.

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«coastal skipper» [practical]

Advanced skippering techniques for yachtsmen and women with considerable knowledge of sailing and navigation,

wanting to undertake coastal passages by day and night

Like the Day Skipper course, this course consists of skippered passages in a variety of situations . Each trainee will skipper more challenging passages and learn more about passage planning, pilotage by day and night, boat handling, safety and emergency situations. It is a satisfying but intensive week, with candidates often working towards a Certificate of Competence.

Most centres will expect you to complete the Coastal Skipper/Yachtmaster® Offshore shorebased course beforehand as there is insufficient time to teach you theory during the week. Coastal Skippers should be able to undertake more difficult passages by day and night and handle the yacht in more demanding conditions. By the end of the course you should have the knowledge, if not the experience, to become a Yachtmaster® . The course can be taken in tidal or non-tidal waters and your certificate will be endorsed accordingly ■

    15 days, 2 days as skipper,

    300 miles, 8 night hours;

    Boat handling to the standard of Day Skipper

    and navigation to shorebased Coastal;

► Minimum duration | age

    5 days | 17 years;

    Passage planning, Preparation for sea,

    Pilotage, Passage making and ability as

    skipper, Yacht handling under power,

    Yacht handling under sail, Adverse weather

    conditions, Emergency situations;

    Able to skipper a yacht on coastal

    passages by day and night.

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«yachtmaster® ocean» [shorebased]

This course covers the prescribed syllabus for the award of the RYA/MCA Yachtmaster® Ocean shorebased certificate

When out of sight of land for prolonged periods we can no longer depend on the comforting presence of traditional+ navigational marks, and so we have to rely on the sun, moon and stars as well as electronic aids to find our position and maintain our intended ocean route. Whilst looking at both these aspects of navigation this course concentrates on astronavigation by observation of all the celestial bodies  ■

    No advanced mathematics is involved

    nor is the possession of a sextant required.

    Assuming a prior knowledge of coastal

    navigation, the recognition of the stars

    and navigational planets is explained

    together with the use of a sextant;

    Course can be completed in as little

    as four weeks. On average, at 4 hours

    a week it could take 5 - 6 months

    to complete. Full tutor support

    is provided for 12 months;

    Electronic instrumentation, now in everyday

    use, is a vital part of the course. Meteorology

    and climatology, and the planning of ocean

    passages, complete the syllabus.

    Course material includes: • extracts from the

    Nautical Almanac • practice astronomical

    tables • personal tuition (including assessment

    papers) • RYA/MCA Yachtmaster® Ocean

    shorebased assessment and certificate.

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«RYA yachtmaster® coastal» [certificate of competence]

The Yachtmaster® Coastal has the knowledge needed to skipper a yacht on coastal cruises but does not necessarily

have the experience needed to undertake longer passages

Full details of the exam requirements |  syllabus are shown in the RYA’s Sail Cruising Logbook (code G15) and the Motor Cruising Logbook (code G18), both available from the RYA webshop. Yachtmaster® Coastal practical exams can be taken under sail or power and your certificate will be endorsed accordingly;

The candidate or a training centre provides the boat and the RYA provides an examiner . The exam will include: • assessment of your skippering  skills • boat handling • navigation • general seamanship • safety awareness and knowledge of the IRPCS (collision regulations) • meteorology and signals;

Candidates will be set tasks to demonstrate their ability and may also be asked questions on any part of the syllabus for all practical and shore-based courses up to Yachtmaster® Coastal level ■

exam pre-requisites

► Minimum seatime

    30 days, 2 days as skipper, 800 miles,

    12 night hours (if you hold the Coastal

    Skipper course certificate this is reduced

    to 20 days, 2 days as skipper, 400 miles,

    12 night hours). Half the qualifying sea

    time must be conducted in tidal waters;

► Form of exam


► Certification required

    A restricted (VHF only) Radio Operators

    Certificate or a GMDSS Short Range

    Certificate or higher grade of marine

    radio certificate. A valid first aid certificate

    (first aid qualifications held by Police,

    Fire and Armed Services are acceptable).

    All candidates are required to hold

    a first aid certificate . Acceptable certificates

    include the RYA’s First Aid Certificate,

    First Aid at Work, First Aid at Sea,

    or any other certificate issued on completion

    of a course which is a minimum of one day’s

    duration, recognised by the Health and Safety

    Executive and includes the treatment of

    ypothermia, cold shock and drowning;

► Minimum exam duration

    6-10 hours for 1 candidate,

    8-14 hours for 2 candidates;

    17 years.

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«RYA yachtmaster® offshore» [certificate of competence]

The Yachtmaster® Offshore is competent

to skipper a cruising yacht on any passage during which the yacht is no more than 150 miles from Harbour  

Full details of the exam requirements |  syllabus are shown in the RYA’s Sail and Motor Cruising Logbook (code G158), available from the RYA webshop. Yachtmaster® Offshore practical exams can be taken under sail or power and your certificate will be endorsed accordingly. There is no formal training course leading up to the exam, but those who have not previously taken RYA courses often find it useful to book themselves in for some informal training at an RYA centre prior to their exam. This training can be tailor-made to your specific needs and helps to fill any gaps in your knowledge that may become apparent ■

    50 days, 2,500 miles including at least

    5 passages over 60 miles measured along

    the rhumb line from the port of departure

    to the destination, acting as skipper for

    at least two of these passages and including

    two which have involved overnight passages.

    5 days experience as skipper. At least half

    this mileage and passages must be in tidal

    waters. All qualifying seatime must be

    within 10 years prior to the exam;

    8-12 hours for 1 candidate,

    10-18 hours for 2 candidates.

    No more than two candidates can be

    examined in 24 hours and no more

    than four candidates can be examined

    in one 2 day session;

    18 years.

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«RYA yachtmaster® ocean» [oral exam]

A person holding a Yachtmaster® Ocean qualification is experienced

and competent to skipper a yacht on passages of any length in all parts of the world  

The Yachtmaster®Ocean exam is an oral and written test of your knowledge of ocean passage making including planning, navigation, worldwide meteorology, crew management, yacht preparation, maintenance and repairs. You will also be questioned on your sights taken at sea during an ocean passage  ■

    Ocean passage as skipper or mate of watch.

    The candidate was fully involved in the

    planning  of the passage, including selection of

    the route,  the navigational plan, checking the

    material  condition of the yacht and her

    equipment,  storing spare gear, water and

    victuals and  organising the watch-keeping

    routine;  During the passage a minimum

    non-stop  distance of 600 miles must have

    been run by  the log, the yacht must have

    been at sea  continuously for at least 96 hours

    and the yacht  must have been more than

    50 miles from land  or charted objects while

    sailing a distance of at  least 200 miles.

    All qualifying seatime must be  within 10 years

    prior to the exam;

    Oral and written assessment of sights

    take at sea. If you hold the Yachtmaster®

    Ocean shorebased certificate you are exempt

    from the written assessment;

    A GMDSS Short Range Certificate (SRC)

    or higher grade of marine radio certificate.

    A valid first aid certificate  (first aid

    qualifications  held by Police,  Fire and Armed

    Services are  acceptable).  All candidates are

    required to hold  a first aid certificate .

    Acceptable certificates  include the RYA’s First

    Aid Certificate,  First Aid at Work, First Aid

    at Sea,  or any other certificate issued on

    completion  of a course which is a minimum

    of one day’s  duration, recognised by

    the Health and Safety  Executive and includes

    the treatment of  ypothermia, cold shock and


    Approximately 1.5 hours;

► Minimum age  18 years.

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63m ARTISAN Joins Royal Yacht International’s Charter Fleet

By Frances Flannagan

Built by Benetti in 2019 with a refit in 2022, ARTISAN has recently joined Royal Yacht International’s charter fleet. This versatile Italian-pedigree yacht features a wealth of amenities that are suited to a diverse range of guests: from families to adventurers alike.

Boasting a staggering six decks and a LOA of 63m, Benetti’s ARTISAN is one of the largest yachts ever built by the Italian yard. She has a truly unique design, featuring elegant full custom exterior lines penned by Giorgio Cassetta and interior spaces designed by Birgit Otte Interior and Bannenberg & Rowell. ARTISAN’s friendly crew of 15 ensure the most comfortable, exciting, and luxurious charter, with varied entertainment options and first-class service. 

Her interiors are just as impressive as her exterior stylings, with carbon, polished steel and bleached oak elegantly enhanced by luxurious leather inserts. The unique interior and exterior design collaboration has resulted in an innovative arrangement of asymmetric areas in which the main saloon, upper saloon and beach club lounge have all been rotated by 30 degrees. Offering unique views from every angle, this alternative arrangement enhances the relaxing atmosphere and overall elegance onboard the yacht. 

ARTISAN’s accommodation is configured as a 160 sqm master suite and five VIP cabins, each including an ensuite bathroom. The master suite boasts an office, lounge area, two dressing rooms and two interconnected bathrooms, all set against an awe-inspiring 180 degree panoramic view. 

The sociable areas onboard ARTISAN are unmatched, with highlights including a beach club, a fly deck gym, a yoga studio offering 360 degree views and a children’s playroom. Her wide array of the latest watersports equipment is also highly impressive, with a toy box that includes two jet skis, two seabobs and a brand new 2023 44 Open Fjord tender to name a few. 

ARTISAN is listed for charter with Royal Yacht International , cruising the West Mediterranean in the summer, from between €645,000 - €685,000 per week.

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Italy Yacht Charter

An Italy yacht charter gives you a diverse range of destinations and an enormous selection of yachts at your disposal, making it the perfect summer choice in the  Mediterranean . Whether you want to explore the beauty of Portofino or cruise the Amalfi Coast in style, renting a yacht in Italy offers so much to see and do. Islands like Sardinia are an oasis of white sand beaches, while cities such as Venice offer fascinating culture and ancient history. Ideal for every type of charter guest, an Italy yacht rental is set to be one of our most popular cruising destinations for summer 2023 and beyond.


Italy Yacht Charters: At a Glance

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Known for its romantic charm, beloved cuisine, and picture-perfect towns and cities, Italy is one of the Mediterranean’s shining jewels. The mainland forms part of the Italian Peninsula, which sits in the heart of the Mediterranean basin with the Tyrrhenian Sea to the west and the Adriatic Sea to the east. The smaller Ligurian Sea can also be found on the north-western coast.

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  • Unique variety of destinations Italy has a vast number of different destinations which you can visit within a relatively short itinerary. Spend a day on the beach, followed by a day exploring the city!
  • Plenty of marinas The most popular cruising regions are well-catered to superyachts of all sizes.
  • More coastline than anywhere else in western Europe The country has over 7,200 kilometres of coast, with plenty of islands that create interesting and diverse itineraries.
  • International access Italy is well-connected to the rest of the world, with plenty of international airports which offer direct, intercontinental flights at all times of the year.
  • An expansive charter fleet Whatever type of yacht you’re looking for, you can be sure to find it in Italy. Most of the world’s largest superyachts spend their summers in Italy; but there are plenty of smaller yachts, sailing vessels and sports yachts also available to book.

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There are so many destinations in Italy, it can be tricky to know where to start. Let us help to break it down for you.

The Ligurian Riviera (Liguria, Portofino, Rapallo) Best for : Scuba-diving, upscale restaurants, cultural landmarks

The Amalfi Coast (Positano, Capri, Sorrento) Best for : Pretty towns, UNESCO-listed scenery, celebrity-spotting, romantic venues

Sardinia (Sardegna, Porto Cervo, Costa Smeralda) Best for : Sandy beaches, buzzy venues, luxury retail, swimming and snorkelling

Sicily (Palermo, Marsala) Best for : Peace and quiet, fascinating history, interesting monuments, unspoilt beaches

East Coast Italy (Apulia, Puglia, Bari) Best for : Wine tasting, hiking, authentic restaurants

Venice (Veneto) Best for : Art galleries, theatres, ancient architecture

Where should I go on an Italy yacht charter?

Ligurian Riviera Yacht Charters

Also known as the Italian Riviera, Liguria Riviera yacht rentals are characterised by centuries-old architecture, historic landmarks, and craggy cliffs.  Highlights of the Italian Riviera include  Cinque Terre , a string of former fishing towns carved into the hills overlooking the sea. Nearby  Portofino  shares the same type of brightly-coloured buildings and is a magnet for superyacht charters.

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Amalfi Coast Yacht Charters

Amalfi Coast yacht rentals are one of the most beloved cruising grounds in Italy. Also known as the Sorrentine Peninsula, the coast stretches from Naples to Salerno, covering towns such as Sorrento , Positano, Ravello and Amalfi. Islands including Capri and the Phlegrean archipelago (which covers Ischia, Procida and Vivara) are included in the Amalfi Coast. The region has limited beaches, but plenty to see and do onshore- you won't ever be bored on the Amalfi Coast! 

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The island of nearby Capri is steeped in culture, history and natural beauty. Explore the ancient villas, and discover the wonders of the legendary Blue Grotto.

Sardinia Yacht Charters

bright and colourful decorative plants hang against the vibrant yellow wall of a family run pizzeria where guests on a luxury yacht charter vacation are dining

Located in the Tyrrhenian sea next to the French island of Corsica , Sardinia is hugely different to the Italian mainland. In contrast to the steep bluffs and deep sapphire sea of the Amalfi Coast and Italian Riviera, Sardinia is bordered by sugary sand beaches and crystal-clear bays. 

The north-east coast of the island is the most popular for visiting yachts. For keen sailors, a voyage around La Maddalena archipelago can't be beaten- it's the same location where a number of prestigious regattas are held and it sits on the famous  Costa Smeralda , which   is well-known for its beaches and fantastic snorkeling opportunities.   Porto Cervo is a luxury-lovers dream, with its high-end shops and designer emporiums close to the main port. Meanwhile, Olbia is the quieter sister of Porto Cervo, where you can while away the day wandering around museums and admiring the architecture. 

Venice Yacht Charters

the famous canals of Venice where luxury charter yachts are not allowed to cruise but provides a romantic setting while guests are enjoying their vacation

A cultural gem of Italy, Venice is a city that is primed for of art and theatre fans. There are countless museums and art galleries for you to explore during your visit, and while you can't cruise your yacht through the city's inner waterways, you can indulge in a gondola ride- and that's far more intimate and romantic!

Nearby, the island of Murano is famed for its production of unique hand-blown glass art, and makes the perfect stop for a day wandering the boutiques and galleries. 

Yacht charters in Venice can also incorporate the beautiful neighboring destinations of Croatia into their itinerary. Speak with your yacht charter broker for more information.

Cinque Terre on the Italian Riviera

An Italy yacht rental vacation offers an abundance of things to see and do. Here is our small selection of some of the most impressive:

Don't Miss:

  • Chryst of the Abyss , an 8-ft bronze statue that stands 17m below the surface of the sea in Portofino, creating a popular diving spot.
  • Fontelina , an iconic beach club set on the rocks in Capri.
  • Villa Rufolo , a villa with beautiful, manicured gardens overlooking the sea in Ravello.
  • Il San Pietro di Positano , a pretty hotel with an elegant terrace looking out over the ocean in the cliffs of Positano.
  • The Faraglioni , a rock formation off the coast of Capri.
  • Cala Goloritze , in Sardinia, a white-sand beach which is consistently voted one of the prettiest in Europe.
  • Hotel Splendido , timeless hotel and SuperyachtSet hotspot in the hills looking out over the bay of Portofino.
  • The Sunken City of Baiae , a small city that sunk into the sea during Roman times close to Naples.
  • The Blue Grotto , or Grotto Azzura, a semi-submerged cave in Capri where the light refracts the sunlight from outside, creating a mesmerizing optical illusion. 

From family-friendly fun to dazzling party hotspots, Italy provides it all. You can enjoy laid-back cruises or jam-packed island-hopping and finish your yacht charter with enough memories to last a lifetime.

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With a rich history stretching back thousands of years, Italy has long been a pilgrimage destination for culture vultures across the globe, who come in their droves to absorb its beautiful architecture, fine art and iconic culture. From the colosseum in Rome and world-famous artists to its iconic fashion houses, the allure of Italy's rich history and culture is clear.

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You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to superyachts for charter in Italy, with one of the largest and most diverse fleets in the world for you to choose from.

Motor Yacht Charters in Italy

You can choose between a small, fast and sporty motor yacht , or a larger one with all the latest amenities; or something in between the two. Motor yachts with planing hulls are ideal for you if you want to zip between destinations quickly. They are sleek, sexy and ideal for speed demons. However, be aware that they consume more fuel and will be less stable at anchor.

Motor yachts with displacement and semi-displacement hulls are generally slower, but offer more space as well as stability at anchor. The largest yachts in the international charter fleet are all displacement or semi-displacement.

Sailing Yacht Charters in Italy

There are plenty of sailing yachts for charter in Italy. Choose between a high-performance ketch, a classic sloop or a catamaran for increased on-board volume. 

The country’s west coast is better for experienced sailors who aren’t afraid of wind and swell. The east side is more relaxed, and you can easily incorporate some island-hopping around Croatia into your vacation. 

With so many options available, there’s something to suit every type of budget in Italy. The average prices for motor and sailing yacht charter in Italy are as follows;

  • An Italy motor yacht rental can range from $32,600 to $1.3m per week plus expenses
  • A sailing yacht charter in Italy averages from $29,000 to $560k weekly plus expenses

Lemon tree in Capri against a blue sky

Italy’s charter season runs between April and October. Peak season is in July and August, when the mercury’s at its peak and rainfall and wind levels are at their lowest. Savvy charterers looking to save some money should consider chartering a yacht in Italy during shoulder season, which is generally between April and May, and September and October. While these months aren’t as lively as peak season, you can still enjoy warm weather, fewer tourists, and less competition for slips.

Turquoise waters of Sardinia in Italy

Italy’s west coast is the most popular region for yacht charters, and most of clients will usually book a week or more in order to fully experience all that this slice of paradise has to offer.

Most yacht rentals begin in Naples with access to the most popular destinations like the Amalfi Coast, Capri and Sardinia . For yacht charters on the Italian Riviera, most people begin in Genoa .

You can browse our selection of tailor-made itineraries to help you choose the type of vacation that’s right for you;

Where to End a Italy Yacht Charter

The most popular destination for beginning or ending a yacht charter is by far and wide Naples , especially for the Amalfi Coast, thanks to its excellent international links and well-provisioned superyacht marinas. 

Panoramic view in Agropoli with the sea in the background. Cilento, Campania, southern Italy.

While exploring Italy by yacht, you will find plenty of marinas that cater to a wide range of superyachts. This includes: 

  • Marina di Stabia  is a luxury marina close to Naples, which caters to yachts up to 100m.
  • Marina Molo Luise  is a second option close to Naples, which caters to yachts measuring up to 140m.
  • Porto Lotti , located in the Italian Riviera, caters to yachts of up to 100m. 
  • Darsena Fontanelle on the East Coast has a maximum capacity of 60m.
  • Venice Yacht Pier , which has the capacity to host yachts of up to 120m.

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Italy is one of our most popular destinations in the summer months. Therefore, advanced booking is crucial if you want to secure your perfect yacht, in your ideal destination on your preferred dates.

Your broker will also need plenty of time to tailor an itinerary to suit you, and enough time to book ahead for the nights you wish to spend in marinas. We recommened booking up to 3 months in advance to give your yacht charter broker the optimum time to organise everything down to the last detail. 

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Italy yacht charter itineraries.

Our wide selection of itineraries has been curated with the help of brokers and yachting experts to ensure each one is perfectly tailored for a luxury yacht charter. To make it easier to choose the right fit for you and your party, you can browse our itineraries based on the number of days you’re planning to spend chartering.

From Portofino to Positano and everywhere in between, Italy is home to a variety of charter hotspots. If you’re looking to explore one region in Italy, we recommend an itinerary that covers between 5-7 days. This will give you enough time to spend on shore discovering the delights of new towns and pretty villages, while also enjoying some down time on deck.

If you’re looking to explore two regions that aren’t far from each other (for example the Amalfi Coast and Sardinia) you should consider 7 days. Your itinerary can incorporate an overnight cruise to ensure you don’t waste a day underway.

For more than two regions, or if you’re looking to spend more than one night in any destination, you should consider an itinerary that is longer than 7 days. This will give you enough time to fully experience everything that this beautiful Mediterranean destination has to offer.

Italy is a vast country that covers many sub-regions, so be sure to consider this when browsing our itineraries. Many people will choose to start and end their vacation in Italy, but it’s also possible to incorporate neighbouring countries into an itinerary; a popular destination is the South of France, but you could also incorporate Croatia or Greece.

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O'Pari Yacht Charter in Italy

95m   Golden Yachts

from $1,175,000 p/week ♦︎

Carinthia VII Yacht Charter in Italy

Carinthia VII

Faith Yacht Charter in Italy

122m Lurssen

122m   2024

from $3,000,000 p/w eek

Ahpo Yacht Charter in Italy

115m Lurssen

115m   2021

from $2,768,000 p/w eek ♦︎

IJE Yacht Charter in Italy

108m Benetti

108m   2019

from $1,923,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Dream Yacht Charter in Italy

107m Olympic Yacht Services

107m   1997/2022

from $2,137,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Black Pearl Yacht Charter in Italy

Black Pearl 14

105m Oceanco

105m   2018

Christina O Yacht Charter in Italy

Christina O 34

99m Canadian Vickers

99m   1943/2020

from $745,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Carinthia VII Yacht Charter in Italy

Carinthia VII 12

97m Lurssen

97m   2002/2023

from $1,490,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Faith Yacht Charter in Italy

97m Feadship

97m   2017/2022

from $1,710,000 p/w eek ♦︎

CC-Summer Yacht Charter in Italy

CC-Summer 12

95m Lurssen

from $1,703,000 p/w eek ♦︎

O'Pari Yacht Charter in Italy

95m Golden Yachts

from $1,175,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Whisper Yacht Charter in Italy

from $1,277,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Lady S Yacht Charter in Italy

93m Feadship

from $1,496,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Aquarius Yacht Charter in Italy

Aquarius 12

92m Feadship

from $1,500,000 p/w eek

Moonlight II Yacht Charter in Italy

Moonlight II 36

91m Neorion

91m   2005/2020

from $689,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Tranquility Yacht Charter in Italy

Tranquility 22

92m Oceanco

92m   2014/2023

from $1,100,000 p/w eek

Nero Yacht Charter in Italy

90m Corsair Yachts

90m   2007/2021

from $497,000 p/w eek

Phoenix 2 Yacht Charter in Italy

Phoenix 2 12

90m Lurssen

90m   2010/2024

from $1,000,000 p/w eek

Athena Yacht Charter in Italy

90m Royal Huisman

90m   2004/2019

from $321,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Lauren L Yacht Charter in Italy

Lauren L 36

90m Cassens-Werft

90m   2002/2008

from $743,000 p/w eek ♦︎ *

Barbara Yacht Charter in Italy

89m Oceanco

Maltese Falcon Yacht Charter in Italy

Maltese Falcon 12

88m Perini Navi

88m   2006/2023

from $490,000 p/w eek

Project X Yacht Charter in Italy

Project X 12

88m Golden Yachts

Chakra Yacht Charter in Italy

86m Scheepswerf Gebr. van der Werf

86m   1998/2024

from $527,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Man of Steel Yacht Charter in Italy

Man of Steel 12

86m Oceanco

86m   2010/2023

Aquila Yacht Charter in Italy

86m Derecktor Shipyards

86m   2010/2021

from $945,000 p/w eek

B2 Yacht Charter in Italy

86m Abeking & Rasmussen

86m   2008/2022

from $908,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Sunrays Yacht Charter in Italy

86m   2010/2018

from $1,224,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Bold Yacht Charter in Italy

85m SilverYachts

from $931,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Grand Ocean Yacht Charter in Italy

Grand Ocean 12

85m Blohm + Voss

85m   1990/2019

from $703,136 p/w eek

O'Ptasia Yacht Charter in Italy

O'Ptasia 12

85m Golden Yachts

85m   2018/2022

from $962,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Solandge Yacht Charter in Italy

Solandge 12

85m Lurssen

85m   2013/2022

from $1,064,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Victorious Yacht Charter in Italy

Victorious 12

85m Ak Yachts

from $855,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Savannah Yacht Charter in Italy

Savannah 12

84m Feadship

84m   2015/2020

Emir Yacht Charter in Italy

83m Mitsubishi Heavy Industries

83m   2004/2022

Alfa Nero Yacht Charter in Italy

Alfa Nero 12

81m Oceanco

81m   2007/2021

from $728,000 p/w eek *

Air Yacht Charter in Italy

81m Feadship

81m   2011/2017

from $985,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Elements Yacht Charter in Italy

Elements 12

80m Yachtley

Aalto Yacht Charter in Italy

80m Oceanco

80m   2007/2019

from $801,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Dragon Yacht Charter in Italy

80m Columbus Yachts

Excellence Yacht Charter in Italy

Excellence 12

80m Abeking & Rasmussen

from $1,150,000 p/w eek

Tatiana Yacht Charter in Italy

80m Bilgin Yachts

from $828,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Malia Yacht Charter in Italy

78m Golden Yachts

78m   2023/2024

Legend Yacht Charter in Italy

77m IHC Verschure

77m   1974/2019

from $636,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Boadicea Yacht Charter in Italy

Boadicea 12

77m   1999/2022

from $645,000 p/w eek

Wheels Yacht Charter in Italy

76m Oceanco

76m   2008/2019

from $844,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Kensho Yacht Charter in Italy

75m Admiral Yachts

from $958,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Arrow Yacht Charter in Italy

75m Feadship

from $900,000 p/w eek *

M'Brace Yacht Charter in Italy

75m Abeking & Rasmussen

from $880,000 p/w eek

Andrea Yacht Charter in Italy

from $969,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Cocoa Bean Yacht Charter in Italy

Cocoa Bean 12

74m Trinity Yachts

74m   2014/2020

from $585,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Naia Yacht Charter in Italy

74m Freire Shipyard

74m   2011/2014

from $595,000 p/w eek

Lady Vera Yacht Charter in Italy

Lady Vera 12

74m Nobiskrug

74m   2011/2023

from $748,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Siren Yacht Charter in Italy

74m   2008/2013

from $554,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Coral Ocean Yacht Charter in Italy

Coral Ocean 13

73m Lurssen

73m   1994/2022

from $692,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Laurel Yacht Charter in Italy

73m Delta Marine

73m   2006/2015

from $525,000 p/w eek

Planet Nine Yacht Charter in Italy

Planet Nine 12

73m Admiral Yachts

from $650,000 p/w eek

Titania Yacht Charter in Italy

73m   2006/2020

from $615,000 p/w eek

Quantum of Solace Yacht Charter in Italy

Quantum of Solace 12

73m Turquoise Yachts

73m   2012/2022

from $574,000 p/w eek

Bleu De Nimes Yacht Charter in Italy

Bleu De Nimes 28

72m Clelands Shipbuilding Co

72m   2020/2020

from $524,000 p/w eek ♦︎

Game Changer Yacht Charter in Italy

Game Changer 17

72m Damen Yachting

72m   2017/2020

from $450,000 p/w eek

Stella Maris Yacht Charter in Italy

Stella Maris 12

72m Viareggio SuperYachts

72m   2015/2018

Arbema Yacht Charter in Italy

72m   2010/2023

from $600,000 p/w eek

Axioma Yacht Charter in Italy

72m Dunya Yachts

72m   2013/2020

from $660,000 p/w eek

Serenity Yacht Charter in Italy

Serenity 28

72m   2004/2017

from $588,000 p/w eek ♦︎

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Italy Yacht Charter Q&A

Italy is one of the yachting capitals of the world, and certain regions are extremely busy during peak season.

You should start the booking process as early as possible, particularly if you’re looking to spend some nights in port. Marinas such as Marina Grande in Capri and Marina di Portofino are among the most in-demand in the Mediterranean, so be sure to let your broker know if you’d like to book a berth in either of these.

As with all popular travel destinations, Italy can be congested and touristy in the height of summer. Cultural sites and landmarks will always be popular attractions, but you can avoid the crowds by dining at exclusive restaurants and beach clubs, which you can find in our Points of Interest section.

In most European countries, VAT is charged on yacht charters. The percentage varies from country to country. Italy charges 22% on the cost of the charter, however, there are some instances where this can be reduced depending on time spent chartering in international (or non-EU) waters. Talk to your charter broker for more information. 

If you’re looking to explore one or two areas of Italy, we recommend a 7-day itinerary. However if you’re looking to explore multiple regions of Italy, you should plan a longer itinerary. Luckily, there’s plenty of room for flexibility and longer and shorter itineraries can be arranged according to the needs of your charter party.

With a huge variety of yachts to choose from, there’s a charter yacht in Italy to suit every budget. 

For a mid-sized motor yacht during peak season, you can expect to pay anywhere between $90,000 to $300,000 per week plus expenses during peak season. 

You should be aware that the price displayed next to the yachts on our site are base rates, and do not cover additional expenses.

Additional costs include the cost of fuel, berthing, VAT, crew tips and food and beverages. You should factor these costs in and typically expect to pay upwards of 30 - 35% of the base rate on top of your charter fee. 

To help you get an idea of the yachts that are available, you can browse ALL crewed yachts available for charter in Italy on our site. When you’ve chosen your perfect yacht, you can make an inquiry and a charter broker will be in touch. 

They will take care of the booking process, and talk to you about what you want from your vacation so that they can provide you with an incredible experience down to the very last detail. 

If you’re still undecided on the yacht that you want, that’s not a problem; your charter broker will consider your requirements and recommend a selection for you.

There are plenty of opportunities for sailing in Italy. The country’s west coast is ideal for experienced sailors who don’t mind wind and swells. Islands like Sicily, Sardinia, Capri and Ischia are all great locations for a sailing vacation. Meanwhile, Italy’s sheltered east coast is typically calmer, and you could even incorporate some island-hopping in Croatia. 

Our clients typically book a yacht charter in Italy between June and August. However, the weather in certain regions is still pleasant as early as June and as late in the season as September.

In September in particular, the seas are warmer and there are far fewer tourists, so this could be a good time to visit if you’re looking for a more relaxed vacation. 

Where you begin your yacht charter in Italy depends on where you want to charter. One of the most popular start destinations is Naples, which provides access to all the most well-known yachting destinations including the Amalfi Coast, Capri, Sardinia and the Italian Riviera (or Liguria).

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Italy luxury yacht charter

Awash with elegant cliff-top villages and tempting cruising grounds around every corner, a luxury yacht charter is one of the best ways to discover all that Italy has to offer. Whether cruising around the unspoilt Aeolian islands, touring the impossibly pretty towns of the Amalfi coast and picture-perfect Capri , hitting the hotspots of Sardinia or revelling in the world-famous cuisine, culture and heritage of Tuscany and its islands, the  Italian Riviera is always a good idea for a summer yacht charter.

Italy yacht season and weather

The peak summer months of July and August provide warm, sunny days with highs of 30°C. During August, many Italians take the entire month off work, meaning resorts and coastal areas are very busy. June and September offer quieter cruising grounds and very pleasant temperatures.

Climates do vary from north to south, with the south generally experiencing milder winters. In October, Sicily often has long, warm sunny days with temperatures still in the mid-20s.

Italy yacht charter itineraries

La Spezia’s Porto Lotti can accommodate yachts up to 180 metres and Porto Mirabello has capacity for yachts up to 140 metres – both good jumping-off points for Portovenere and the Cinque Terre. Rome Marina Yachting is in the port of Civitavecchia and has berths up to 100 metres. The marina is an hour and 15 minutes from Rome by car. On Sicily , Marina di Riposto is an ideal base for visiting Mount Etna and Catania, is six nautical miles from Taormina and has moorings for yachts up to 80 metres. Porto Cervo marina on Sardinia has moorings for yachts up to 120 metres. Porto di Mergellina in Naples has moorings for up to 75 metres.

Awash with old Hollywood glamour and synonymous with Italian aristocracy, the Amalfi coast is one of Italy’s most famous and coveted cruising grounds. Departing from Naples and the shadow of the volcanic peak of Vesuvius, charterers can venture 20 nautical miles to the low key isle of Procida, then take a 10 nautical-mile passage to the volcanic wonders of Ischia, hop south to the famed isle of Capri before cruising 20 nautical miles to Amalfi and the neighbouring gems of Ravello and Positano. For those wanting a mix of city and sea, charters can also make an overnight passage and arrive for sightseeing in Rome.

The island of Sardinia is a superyacht magnet and its famous Costa Smeralda attracts the yachting elite every summer. Mixing Michelin restaurants and five-star hotels with kaleidoscopic bays, sublime beaches and celebrity haunts such as Porto Cervo, Sardinia is one of the hottest charter destinations in Europe.

Charters in the Tuscan archipelago are equally bewitching, with the islands of Elba, Gorgona, Capraia, Montecristo, Giglio and Giannutri home to pristine shores, stunning coves and charming villages steeped in history. The islands form a convenient stepping stone between the coastline of Tuscany and Corsica, allowing charterers to combine the delights of Italy and the French island in on trip.

Further north the pearls of the Ligurian coastline, the UNESCO protected Cinque Terre, comprise the picture-perfect towns of Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore cling to the cliffs, while romantic Portofino is a must-visit.

For natural wonders and more off-the-beaten-track adventures, the volcanic Aeolian Islands lie 25 miles off the north-east coast of Sicily and provide a varied and stunning itinerary. Sicily itself has also catapulted onto the charter scene, with an enticing mix of secret grottos, secluded coves and glittering beaches.

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Getting to italy.

The mainland has a host of international airports that handle commercial and private aircraft including those in Naples, Rome and Pisa.

Sardinia’s three airports of Olbia, Alghero and Cagliari all handle commercial and private jets.

Catania and Palermo airports in Sicily handle private and commercial aircraft.

Common charter routes in and out of Italy include crossings from the Adriatic and Croatia, and crossings from the French Riviera and western Mediterranean.

Legal requirements

Official documentation required from the crew for charters must be sent to the Italian authorities at least two weeks prior to arrival.

Yachts based in the European Union, on which VAT has already been paid or is not applicable, are welcome to enter Italy from any other EU country without having to undergo customs formalities. Vessels arriving from outside the EU must report to customs on arrival, however. The current VAT rate of 22% is reduced for yachts depending on how much time they have spent cruising in waters outside of the EU. 

There are some local laws concerning where to anchor and swim, which can be punishable by fines. It is illegal to swim in an Italian harbour, so swimmers must dive in further out from shore. 

Except when entering or leaving, motoring within 300 metres of the shoreline is forbidden. It is also prohibited to anchor within 200 metres of a beach in Italy.

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Italy : from the Venice canals to the Tuscan Winelands to the cobblestone streets of Rome to Florence’s Arno River to the cliffs of Positano… and beyond. From extraordinary underwater caves and mountainous views to scenic coastal villages and spectacular historical monuments, this Mediterranean utopia offers many things to offer every visitor. Italy’s unique boot shape, diverse coastline, and four surrounding seas — the Tyrrhenian , Adriatic , Ionian , and Ligurian , make it a dream destination for sailors. Book your dream vacation to Italy with a luxury Yacht Charter and discover the true wonders of the Mediterranean. The Westside of Italy is where you can find the ideal yachting action, like ports in Genoa and Naples , while on the East side of the peninsula, there are some excellent starting points and areas you can visit from each one. The cinematic Amalfi Coast cliffs, Rome’s lavishly frescoed Sistine Chapel , and Pompeii’s ruins make Italy worth visiting again and again. From quiet seaside fishing villages to ancient ruins only accessible underwater, there are endless beautiful towns to visit while yachting around Italy. Taking a rowboat and exploring Capri’s Blue Grotto, eating sea-to-table seafood in the Italian Riviera’s Cinque Terre, sunbathing in the superyacht hub Sardinia, and shopping in Milan make for a true Italian paradise. Exceptional highlights for your Italian holiday include island-hopping, the Colosseum , renting a Ferrari convertible to drive along the Amalfi Coast , eating pizza in Naples , attending an opera in Rome , and the glitz & glamour of The Yacht Week.

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See Photos of Prince Charles and Princess Diana's 1991 Trip to Italy

Season five of The Crown details Prince Charles and Princess Diana's "second honeymoon" in Italy in 1991, which proved to be a breaking point in their marriage.

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The Crown depicts this trip early in season five , showing the boat vacation taken by the royals. Here, see real photos from the ill-fated "second honeymoon":

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On their trip, Charles, Diana, William, and Harry were accompanied by 13 aides (including security officials).

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A month before this trip, Prince Charles and Princess Diana marked a decade of marriage; on their honeymoon , the two traveled on Royal Yacht Britannia around the Mediterranean.

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Diana looked chic in a floral matching suit as they arrived for their trip.

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The Crown did not film on the Alexandra yacht, instead filming on the famous Christina O yacht —previously owned by Jackie Kennedy's second husband, Aristotle Onassis. However, the Alexandra yacht is currently available for charter .

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The royals vacationed with Penelope Knatchbull, then known as Lady Romsey, and her children Alexandra and Nicholas Knatchbull.

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Emily Burack (she/her) is the Senior News Editor for Town & Country, where she covers entertainment, culture, the royals, and a range of other subjects. Before joining T&C, she was the deputy managing editor at Hey Alma , a Jewish culture site. Follow her @emburack on Twitter and Instagram .

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The Pristine Amalfi Coast in Italy


Eat, pray and love your way through tasty trattorias, calming cathedrals and romantic retreats with a cruise to Italy.

Cruise to Italy and contemplate world-class art and architecture, timeless natural scenery and a food and wine scene against which all others are judged. Roam the lively streets of the Eternal City of Rome, and see the Colosseum in its massive, ancient glory. Check out the unmistakable Duomo ("dome") of Florence, and taste your way through the wineries of the nearby Chianti hills. Ride a gondola down the serpentine canals of Venice, see the brilliant gold mosaics of St. Mark's Basilica, or hike volcanic Mount Vesuvius and refuel with a classic Neapolitan pizza in Naples. Discover the magic with a Italy cruise.

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The Sistine Chapel in Vatican City, Rome, Italy


Whether you traipse through the "Eternal City" of Rome or get lost in the museums and chapels of Florence, history lives in Italy — and outside it. Trips to the city-states of San Marino and Vatican City make for great excursions during your vacation onboard the best Italy cruises. 

Italy Rome Colosseum

History class comes alive in Italy's iconic structures and celebrated art galleries. From gazing upward at the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City, to combing through the dozens of timeless works that make Florence's Uffizi Gallery famous (including "The Birth of Venus"), Italy's artistic heritage is as impressive in the big picture as it is in the finer details.

Santa Maria del Fiore Gothic Church in Florence, Italy


Rome is Italy's Eternal City, with its massive Colosseum and the ruins of the Roman Forum, but there are other spots here with roots equally as deep. In Florence, visit the Gothic church of Santa Maria del Fiore, built on the site of a 7th-century chapel. In Venice, you can set foot in 9th-century St. Mark's Basilica and see the dazzling gold mosaics from Byzantine times.

Rome, Italy Vatican City


Regardless of your religious beliefs, no trip to Rome is complete without a tour of Vatican City, where the splendor transcends its Catholic identity. From Florence or Venice, visit the mountainous micro-country of San Marino, which boasts an 11th-century citadel that rests hundreds of feet above the ground.

Tuscany Region, Italy Journey


Take advantage of Italy's varied topography with hikes in the hills of Tuscany or through the villages of Cinque Terre. Enjoy world-class food scene, perfect for culinary aficionados who don't mind a little indulgence when you cruise to Italy. 

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Who says Italy is only churches, pizza and high-brow art? Take a hike through the hills of the Tuscany region or have a dip in the crystalline waters of Capri, where the harbor is filled with yachts as far as the eye can see. From the pristine coasts to the rolling hills, Italy is a natural beauty.

Venice, Italy Canals and Gondolas


Even if you stick to "mainstream" Italian destinations, you can still spice up your time in Italy. Ride a vaporetto (a local form of taxi boat) from Venice to the colorful island of Burano, or take a westward train ride from the  port city of La Spezia  to the lush coast of Cinque Terre. These are great alternatives to going south and east to Florence or Pisa.

Italy, Rome Local Restaurant


Sophia Loren famously said that she'd rather eat pasta and drink wine than be a size zero, which is a great attitude to have while visiting Italy. Indulge in the notorious pizza of Naples or the award-winning pastas of Rome's Trastevere district — you'll need the energy for exploring cities on foot.

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Before boarding the  best cruises from Rome , explore the ancient streets once trodden by gladiators and great artists alike. Kick off your dreamiest cruise yet by feasting on pasta, pizza and local wines.

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Cruise to the warm, crystal-clear waters of the  Amalfi Coast , Greece, Spain and France. Relax on the world's most unique beaches, explore ancient historical architecture and indulge in favorite local dishes.

WHAT TO KNOW BEFORE YOU GO Italy Cruises Insider

The best time to go to Italy depends on your preferences as a traveler. While summer is better for days at the beach and nights dining al fresco, winter boasts lighter crowds and lower prices. The "shoulder" seasons of spring and autumn, meanwhile, provide the best of both worlds.

Italy's weather is likewise good year-round, certainly among the best in Europe. Winters here are relatively mild, with rarely more than a light snow once or twice a season. Summer temperatures can get up into the '90s, but thanks to the climate, you can have a sunny, mild day here any time of the year.

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Bring along a dictionary or download Italian in your phone's translation app. In spite of its popularity as a travel destination, English isn't commonly spoken, particularly in the south.

Mind your valuables: Pickpocketers crowd Italy's popular tourist areas.

Pick 2 to 3 activities per day, max. Part of enjoying Italy is living at the local pace, and Italians are never in much of a hurry.


Italian cuisine is popular all over the world, but you've never really eaten it until you've had it in Italy. From familiar favorites like pizza and pasta, to a delightful variety of Italian meats and finishing touches like bitter espresso and sweet gelato, food is an essential part of the Italy travel experience.

Naples, Italy Margherita Pizza


As its name suggests, Dal Presidente Pizza in Naples is famous because President Bill Clinton enjoyed its pizza during a visit. Whether you choose a simple margherita (mozzarella and tomato) or a complex capricciosa (the heat cooks the raw egg on top of it), Neapolitan pizza is sure to get your vote.

Italy Authentic Pasta Dish


Pasta in Italy will change your life, whether you choose egg-and-bacon carbonara or pasta primavera, which pairs farfalle with fresh seasonal vegetables. No matter where in the country you are, choose a place that makes its pasta fresh — and one where patrons speak more Italian than English.

Original Italian Gelato


Gelato is not just "Italian ice cream." It uses more milk and fewer eggs (zero, in fact) than ice cream, but that's just the start of why it's essential to Italian dining. Try classic flavors like rich stracciatella (milk flavor with chocolate shavings) and fruity amarena, which tastes like cherries.


Want to learn more about the best Italy cruise ports? Visit Civitavecchia to explore the port of Rome, bustling Naples and the yacht-filled Isle of Capri. Venice is more than just canals and gondolas, while La Spezia is an ideal entry point to both Florence's Renaissance-era art and Pisa's Leaning Tower.

Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy Aerial View

Rome (Civitavecchia), Italy

Venice, Italy Grand Canal

Venice, Italy

Bologna (Ravenna), Italy Piazza Maggiore

Bologna (Ravenna), Italy

Amalfi Coast (Salerno), Italy Homes Lining A Lush Mountain

Amalfi Coast (Salerno), Italy

Sardinia (Cagliari), Italy, View Of City From Sea

Sardinia (Cagliari), Italy

Sicily (Messina), Italy, Cityscape

Sicily (Messina), Italy

Sicily (Catania), Italy, Benedictine Monastery of San Nicolo l'Arena

Sicily (Catania), Italy

Genoa, Italy, Boccadasse district

Genoa, Italy

Sicily (Palermo), Italy, Panoramic view

Sicily (Palermo), Italy

The main square in Ravenna in Italy

Ravenna (Venice), Italy

La Spezia Portovenere Cliffs

Florence / Pisa (La Spezia), Italy

Florence - Pisa, Italy Aerial View

Florence / Pisa (Livorno), Italy

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Naples / Capri, Italy

Portofino, Italy Sea Coast Houses

Portofino, Italy

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Santa Margherita Ligure - beautiful coastal town in Liguria, popular luxury resort

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One of 16 Corsaro 100 types is MAXIMUS, a 29.9m motor yacht built by Riva in Italy (2021). She is propelled by an MTU engine, giving her a top speed of 26.0 kn and a range of 310.0 nm. MAXIMUS has a 175.0 GT gross tonnage, a 6.7m beam, and can accommodate 10 passengers in 5 staterooms with 5 crew members. She has a GRP hull and superstructure and a Teak deck thanks to Officina Italiana Design's design. The naval architecture was created by Ferretti Engineering. Outperforming average speed and volume, MAXIMUS stands out among the 5551 motor boats in the 24–30m class. She is now in Italy's Porto Turistico di Roma and is sailing under the UK flag.

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  • A brand new Riva 100 Corsaro delivered Summer 2021
  • Sleeps up to 10 guests, in 5 staterooms with master on main deck
  • Panoramic views, almost at sea level, in 2 of the guest staterooms on the lower deck
  • Well appointed fore deck with sunbeds & seating area
  • Vast sun awnings on foredeck and flybridge
  • Fantastic selection of water toys including seabobs, jet surf, floating platform

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