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Port of Alghero - Yachts for charter
1 boats available
Port of Alghero offers 16293 yachts for rent. Prices start from 17 € per day.
Bavaria 51 | Pan di Zucchero
- Yacht type
- Sailing yacht
- Classical mainsail
- Bathing platform
- Bow thruster
- Outside GPS plotter
Should there be a travel limitation due to COVID-19, you can change the dates of your sailing holiday 7 days before the boat pick up date, without losing your booking prepayment.
Port of Alghero is situated nearby Alghero, Italy. The marina can accommodate up to 380 charter yachts.
It is located 10 kilometres from the nearest airport and 1 kilometre from Alghero city centre. Taxis from the airport cost approximately 25 €.
Port of Alghero boasts a wide range of facilities for sailors, including a launderette, a petrol station, a toilet and showers.
It also offers a restaurant and a supermarket.
All berths are connected to water and electricity.