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The Best Yacht Charter Itinerary for Amalfi Coast Sicily Vacation

The Amalfi Coast offers one of the world’s greatest coastlines for your yacht charter in Italy. The coastal trip from Sorrento to Salerno will leave your mouth open and your film exposed. The Sicily and Amalfi Coast Itinerary includes some of the most appealing beaches and coves in South of Italy, together with exceptional yacht charter locations. Experience vertiginous coastlines, …

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The Best Sailing Itineraries in the Amalfi Coast

Amalfi Coast Yacht Charter Itinerary: One of the most well-known stretches of coastline in Europe, the stunning Amalfi coast line stretches south from the peninsula of Sorrento. Colourful quaint villages cling to vertiginous cliffs as the shoreline winds its rocky way, puncturing the clear azure sea. Lying at the northern end of the Bay of Naples, the mountainous volcanic island …

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Stromboli Night Yacht Tour

Stromboli is the southernmost of the Aeolian Islands, one of Sicily‘s hottest destinations: she’s only forty thousand years old, infact Stromboli is the youngest of the Aeolian Islands: in constant activity, worthy forge of Hephaestus, the God of Fire. It’s form is a volcano cone, whose top erupts incandescent lava incessantly, that goes down along the “Sciara del Fuoco”, lighting up …

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Salina Charter – Discover The Emerald Island of the Aeolian Archipelago

Salina, the second largest Island of the Aeolian Archipelago, known as the Emerald Island, or the green pearl, is instantly recognizable by its two twin volcanic cones. Fossa delle Felci is almost 1000 meters high. These volcanic cones are covered with a green cloak, made up of the Malvasia vineyards. Salina Charter Exclusive Experience During your Salina Charter route, you will stop …

Stromboli Charter: the most captivating of the Aeolian Islands

Stromboli is one of the world’s only constantly active volcanoes, erupting every 15 to 20 minutes for the past millennia. Each small explosion shoots bursts of magma into the sky and sends rivulets of lava into the sea. In the daytime this is visible as a plume of gas looking like smoke. At night, you can see fiery red fountains …