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Popular regions are Abruzzo, Amalfi, Apulia, Calabria, Campania, Capri Island, Elba, Emilia-Romagna, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Ischia, Lake Garda, Lazio, Lecce, Liguria, Lombardy, Naples, Ponza, Procida, Riviera delle Palme, Rome, San Pietro, Sardinia, Sicily, Taranto, Tuscany, Varese and Veneto.
Italy offers 29 main sailing regions, with 1517 boats available for you to choose from for your sailing holiday. Favourite sailing destinations are to be find in Sardinia, Sicily and Amalfi.
Sardinia the ideal place from which to discover Spargi Island and Caprera Island.
To explore the sights of Sicily, sailors most often start their journey from Furnari or Capo d'Orlando and head towards Nature Reserve Zingaro and Lakes of Marinello.
If you are planning to charter a boat in Amalfi, the best charter holidays usually start from Salerno and Sorrento. In the surroundings, Fornillo Beach should not be left off your itinerary.
Currently you can rent a boat and start your journey from from 156 marinas, the most popular are Marina di Portorosa, Capo d’Orlando marina and Marina di Portisco.When searching for a boat, it is possible to choose from the fleets of 300 charter companies in Italy. Alfa sail and 43 Parallelo got the highest ratings from our customers.
How to rent a boat in ItalyBoats in Italy can be rented with or without a skipper. To rent a bareboat a basic sailing licence is sufficient. Boataround always displays the sailing license needed in the boat information.
When wishing to sail in Italy, people most often rent sailing yachts, catamarans and motor boats.
You do not need a sailing licence to enjoy a carefree holiday on a gulet. These boats are always provided with a crew allowing you to relax and take in the sights.
Sailing yachts and catamarans are frequently rented as bareboats, but those who wish, there is always a possibility to charter these yachts with a professional skipper.
Houseboats are spacious and designed for slow river cruising. They are ideal for a family sailing holiday on water. You rarely need a sailing licence to rent a houseboat.
Larger yachts can only be rented as crewed and provide both comfort and luxury. A motor yacht guarantees a unique way to discover the coastline and significantly extends the distance the sailor can cover during the yacht charter.