Italy Yacht Charters

With approximately 4,660 miles of coastline, a yacht charter Italy is bound to surprise you around each corner- lose yourself in the artistic, fishing village of Portofino, trace the Amalfi Coast, before continuing to the glamorous island of Capri and picturesque Postitano. Cruise to the shopping and jet-set hangouts of Sardinia and timeless Sicily.

Italy is a land of passion and romance, of history and culture, of beauty varied in its nature. The volcanic Aeolian Islands rise in angular contrast to the more subdued but no less beautiful Emerald Coast of Sardinia. The picturesque Amalfi coast, near the Bay of Naples, is the essence of serenity and tradition. Bustling Palermo, in Sicily, boasts a uniquely scenic appeal, as do the outer islands off the Sicilian coast. An Italy yacht charter offers a rich diversity in experiences, a sampling of the best in the Mediterranean.

When To Go













The Italy charter season generally runs from April to the end of October. The summer season for Italy is in July and August. This is also the high season as far as yacht charter goes. Other good times to charter your yacht are generally on either of the shoulder seasons (April-May and September-October), each side of the main summer season, as the temperatures are still comfortable, and the onshore tourists have yet to arrive in their largest numbers.

Regions Worth Highlighting



An emerald sea with small and large coves and pure white sand: this is Sardinia, an island that amazes visitors with its natural contrasts, light and colours. A land of ancient traditions, still dominated by wild and uncontaminated nature

Huge blueness dominates with its shades, penetrating into winding coves, along the coasts and the many beaches. A paradise for people who love the sea, water sports, trekking and snorkeling.


The Aeolians: The Volcanic Islands

Seven splendid islands off the coast of northern Sicily.

The Aeolian Islands are one of 58 UNESCO World Heritage sites in Italy. The Archipelago of the Aeolian Islands consist of seven exquisite islands off the coast of Sicily – Lipari, Panarea, Vulcano, Stromboli, Salina, Alicudi and Filicudi – in addition to smaller islets and giant boulders. They all emerge from an uncontaminated sea, created by still-active volcanoes (Stromboli and Vulcano), and blessed by a savage beauty.


Lampedusa is one of the most-frequented destinations for sun-worshippers, scuba-divers and nature lovers, and it is the last trace of Italian terrain before the African coast.

Lampedusa, a glorious sun-bleached island south of Sicily, helps to create the Pelagian Archipelago, along with neighboring island Linosa and Lampione. Lampedusa contains within it the environmental characteristics of two continents and is only 70 miles from Tunisia, and 109 miles from Sicily.

Weather Conditions

Why Charter a Yacht in Italy?

You could spend months exploring all the hidden treasures that Italy has to offer. But in the interest of time, you’d better stick to the highlight reel. While you’re free to dock at different destinations during your Italy boat charter, we recommend these four popular locations:

Amalfi Coast

Home to secluded beaches, vibrant homes tucked into its jagged mountains, familiar towns, idyllic natural landscapes, fruitful terraced gardens, seaside valleys, and all the beauty a yacht charter guest could hope for, Amalfi Coast is regarded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Make sure to visit Positano, Capri, Sorrento, and Naples.

Italian Riviera

Equal parts glamorous and naturally beautiful, the Italian Riviera is the epitome of Italian history and class. Dotted with ancient fishing ports, inherent charm, and some of the globe’s most popular destinations, like Portofino, San Remo, and the Cinque Terre, the Italian Riviera has become an international favorite for yacht charters in the Mediterranean Sea.


As the second-largest island in the Mediterranean, Sardinia has one of the most beautiful coastlines in all of Europe. From near-perfect beaches and archaeological ruins to charming coastal towns and villages and world-renowned caves, Sardinia is a destination with water and land activities all yacht charter guests can enjoy.

Sicily & Aeolian Islands

Known for being a melting pot of European, African, and Asian heritage, Sicily is home to plentiful Arab castles, Greek temples, and Aragonese churches. As the largest and most unique island in the Mediterranean, it boasts architectural gems, a complex history, and interesting folklore that is sure to impress.

Find Your Dream Yacht

Don't See What You Are Looking For?

Our team has access to an extensive network of charter yachts worldwide that may not appear on our listings.

Inquire about more vessels in this destination area.

Please include as many details as possible to ensure we show you the most accurate results.

    Your Name:

    Your Email:

    Your Phone:

    Excursion Date Start:

    Excursion Date Finish:

    Number of Guests per boat:


    Select Type of Boat:

    Specific Requirements/Requests:

    Would you like to be the first to receive information on our events and promotions?