All you have to know about Amalfi yacht rental
One of the most famous stretches of the Italian, the Amalfi Coast is admired all over the world for her historic charm, romanticism, and history. Attracting Italian and foreign individuals to its shores since Roman times, the coastline triumph has boomed on an exciting history of wealthy nobility, maritime trade, legends, and myths.
Known for being a World Heritage Site, an Amalfi Coast boat charter allow you to explore the rocky terrain, scenic beauty, and pale-colored fishermen's houses that tumble down into the blue bays that are gorgeous. The Italians adore this part of their nation and an increasing variety of foreign visitors are learning that its allure makes it perfect for yacht charters with family and friends. Are you ready for your Amalfi Coast boat rental?
The best tips for your charter
Chartering a yacht in the Amalfi Coast for 6 / 8 hours and even better for a week, is definitively the best way to see this Italian wonder, swimming in deserted coves and exploring the smaller islands, as Capri and Ischia.
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Looking for the best travel suggestions and itinerary tips for your yacht charter in Amalfi? Click on the buttons on the box and find out the top destinations to discover in the Amalfi Coast: starting from Naples, Capri and Ischia, for a romantic lunch in Positano.
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Amalfi Coast Yacht Charter Itineraries
It will be enough to stretch the eyes to scroll through the wonderful Capri and Ischia and crossing the Gulf of Naples, there will find more wonder. And these are just some of the wonderful Campanian destinations. Below our selection of suggested routes for your luxury yacht Amalfi Coast Charter.
The weather in South Italy and in the Amalfi Coast is mostly enjoyable all year round. For a yacht charter here, we recommend the dates from Spring to Autumn, period during which temperatures are ideal, while in the rest of the year it could be a bit more cold and windy. As the peak season is in August, to avoid the most crowded period, we usually suggest to enjoy June, July or September. In fact, the very best time to sail around the Coast is definitively from April to September, because of the temperatures that are the most enjoyable.
Another interesting tome to visit Napoli and the Amalfi Coast is the Christmas period, so from mid December to the New Year's Eve. In fact, during these days of the year you can admire and fully experience the Neapolitan soul and its every aspect of it. By the way, consider that most of the stores, groceries and restaurants are open all year around. During Christmas and NYE you will also enjoy the best fireworks ever. Between March and April, Easter is also a busy but lovely time in Naples. The religious Napoli holds San Gennaro on the 19th,the Festa di Piedigrotta on the 7th and its big festivals in September.
The towns of Sorrento, Ravello, Positano and Amalfi too are distant less than 50 miles from Naples. The tourist season begins around Easter, and May is likely to be your best bet for an uncrowded yacht charter in the Amalfi Coast.
The Ravello Concert Society could be another appointment not to be missed during your visit. Despite the favorable summer weather conditions, this shoreline is clogged with tourists from all over in June, July and August. Strive September and October or April and May to slow travel the shore. The ferries and hydrofoils constantly operate from April to October.
Even though it's going to be wetter, Amalfi coast temperatures are comfy in Winter.
Crewed & Bareboat Catamaran in Amalfi Coast
A catamaran offers a combination of luxury and freedom while sailing. Your wantons for a leisurely holiday with friends or family around utmost luxury can best be satiated by hiring a crewed catamaran. It comes with a whole bunch of experienced crew that serves all your requirements, along with seasoned chefs and an experienced captain to safely navigate your charter. Enjoy a panoramic view of the sea from the flybridge and let the captain navigate you to your delight. These cruising trips are also personalised for those looking for their own Mediterranean adventure. In that case, you can opt for a bareboat catamaran with state-of-the-art luxury, sophistication and complete privacy. The only mandatory requirement from our end is a sailing license. Break forth on a transcendental sojourn through the serene waters by hiring a crewed or bareboat catamaran for cruising around Amalfi Coast.
We are pleased to encompass a wide variety of multi-hulled catamarans, in terms of size and comforts aboard. For both crewed and bareboat catamaran rentals in the Amalfi Coast, all the multihull we offer for charter, are designed to exude luxury and ease. Plan your dates and contact us, we assure you the charter experience par excellence, while sticking to the most competitive possible budget.
Crewed Motor Yacht in Amalfi Coast
Yachting in the Amalfi Coast is not complete if you do not feel the brackish air blowing against your face at speeds of over 30 knots while all you see in front is an expanse of deep blue water. Hiring these crewed motorboats can turn out to be a pampering you longed for, with an experienced crew, expert chefs and a veteran skipper to serve you a lavish voyage. Let the crew navigate you to the remotest pristine beaches and coves around.
Renting a motor yacht from our selection will definitively allow you to witness the beauty of the Amalfi coastline together with the mesmerising wonder of the Mediterranean at its best. Besides, all our crew members and local staff are trained, with our distinguished captains having hundreds of hours experience in the Mediterranean regions, assuring your loved ones an all-around safety.
Skippered & Bareboat Sailboat in Amalfi Coast
Witness a slow-paced cruising from one stop to the other, with leisure and luxury, throughout the 50km stretch of the Amalfi Coast. For seasoned sailors with a sailing license of their own, we suggest you go for a bareboat sailboat charter. Newlywed couples can enjoy its privacy to the utmost. However, if you are in for some responsibility-free vacation along with some privacy and safety, skippered boats are what we suggest. They come with a skipper’s expertise that assures you navigational safety.
We know that you are looking for an exclusive vacation aboard sailboats, as monohull lovers, that offers luxury and sophistication together. For those not interested in cruising all day round and to go from one destination to the other, we provide fully crewed, skippered and bareboat sailing services that blend in perfectly with the languid atmosphere of the Mediterranean Sea when yachting in Amalfi Coast.
Conca dei Marini
Conca dei Marini is a little town situated on the Amalfi Coast, that boasts of rich sailing history. It is said to have been inhabited by skilled sailors and flourishing traders who owned 27 enormous galleons, sailing ships used between the 15th to 18th century. Actually, Conca dei Marini also exhibits the quintessential Mediterranean affluence of life with wine, citrus and the day’s catch from the harbor.
The place is also called the “Buen Retiro” or “a place of good retirement” for those seeking peace and tranquillity. Some of the monumental classics you should not miss on a visit to this land are the Monastery of St. Rosa from Lima, the Church of San Michele Arcangelo (which finds a mention in a document dated back to 1208), the Emerald Grotto and the fortified Tower of Capo di Conca. This coastal town is also famous for some of the best confectionary treats in the world.
Furore, little town on the Amalfi Coast, stretches from the hamlet of Fiordo di Furore up to Agerola that is 550 meters above sea level. It is counted among the enchanting havens of Italy for its indescribable beauty. This lovely destination comprises a meagre population of 800 inhabitants. It is a peaceful recluse in silence. If you fancy a bare-foot evening stroll while enjoying your Amalfi Coast boat hire, Furore is where you should anchor and head out. You will find charmingly rustic bars and restaurants by its beach offering tantalising Mediterranean delicacies.
This ancient fishing village of Italy is home to a lesser-known but beautiful coast. We are talking about Marina di Praia, whose main beach holds a panoramic view. Torre a Mare, a cylindrical structure witness to many pirate attacks. It was built to guard the village against them. Another attraction that you can visit on a day-long cruise to this coastal land is the Church of Santa Maria a Castro at 365 meters above sea level. A part of history says this rustic village was a favourite summer retreat for the Amalfi doges or the Dukes ruling over ancient Amalfi. It was also an important production centre for silk. So, don’t miss out on this land of enchanting beauty while cruising around Amalfi Coast.
Positano is the most sophisticated resort of the Amalfi Coast, where you will live the true local exploration of the Italian life. This typical and small town would never fail to seduce the visitors with its enthralling sensory views and smells. When you anchor in Positano, don’t forget to stop at Church dell’Assunta for a visit. In its vicinity, you will find the ruins of ancient Roman cities. The town is believed to be found in the 9th century, which grew with the arrival of people from Paestum who later inhabited the land. Since then, it has stood the ravages and renaissances of history, the signs of which you can still find in different monumental structures centuries old. Another site to witness is the fallen land of Pompeii towards the base of Mount Vesuvius. This lost ancient Roman city is said to be destroyed by the ashes of a volcanic eruption from Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Positano is a must-visit when yachting in Amalfi Coast.
After your cruising explorations and discoveries, if you are still left with some time while returning from boating around Amalfi Coast, take your bareboat catamaran or ask the captain to anchor you in Atrani, the smallest Italian city situated towards the eastern end. This city has a Mediterranean climate with both summer and winter temperatures being moderate. The city not much far from Pompeii is also known to have received the debris strewn by the eruptive Vesuvius back in the day. It is also home to one of the oldest churches of the world from the 13th century, the Collegiata di Santa Maria Maddalena. You can also spend some precious moments with your family on its tranquil beaches.
So, set sail on this Mediterranean charter to experience some breath-taking views and unforgettable memories during your Amalfi Coast yacht rental, along with witnessing the history of ancient Rome.
When you and your crew start planning your boat charter in Campania, there are numerous things (trying to pleased everyone with their needs) to take into consideration. We are here to assist you, providing you all the best and most recommended solutions on board and on land: family holidays with kids, celebrations of anniversary or birthdays, corporate events and more. The Amalfi Coast is marked by beautiful beach towns like Maiori, Atrani, Cetara, Praino and Positano. Vietri Sul Mare is one unique attraction with golden sandy shores, a great place to make memories of the same hue. This Mediterranean coastal town is also a culinary melting pot for Italian cuisines.