Croatia is the main sailing representative of the Adriatic Sea and one of the most favourite places to sail in the world, offering a wide range of sailing options for every taste. It has everything – majestic walled cities with Medieval cobbled streets, ancient ruins, vineyards, forests, deserted coves and over a thousand islands to discover. Gentle cruising, island hopping and moderate winds will help you make the most of the three main sailing regions of Croatia. Book a Yacht Charter in Croatia and sail Istria/Kvarner in the north; Zadar/Biograd/Kornati islands in the mid; and Dubrovnik in the south Croatian coastline respectively.
Greece is located in the East Mediterranean and offers a great variety of sailing options with regards to different sailing experience levels and itinerary preferences. Sail amongst others the Ionian Islands, the Saronic Gulf, the Cyclades, the Dodecanese and the Sporades. Book a Yacht Charter in Greece with Yacht4less and explore the golden sandy beaches, the blue skies, the turquoise waters, the whitewashed houses and the unspoilt Greek cuisine, will make you come back again and again.
Yacht Charter in Turkey offers a mix of centuries’ history, turquoise waters, well-settled anchorages and calm bays. In the waters of Turkey, you will ride the winds of the Carians, Lycians, Greeks, Romans and Byzantines who sailed here ages ago. Set sail, starting from either Bodrum northerly or land in Dalaman Airport and sail from Marmaris/Gocek/Fethiye in the south. Enjoy a lively afternoon amongst the bazaars of Bodrum, wander cobbled streets in the yachtsman’s favourite of Marmaris, explore the caves and ruins of Caunos or the islets and well-loved anchorages of Fethiye. Turkey boasts superb sailing conditions with at least 10 hours of sunshine each day, calm waters and favorable westerly winds blowing at about 15 knots.
Italy is one of those destinations you cannot sail just once in your lifetime. Limitless sailing itinerary options outspread from the mid coastline of western Italy with the breath-taking Amalfi Coast to the island of Sardinia further in the west. In the south, sailors will find the island of Ancient times - Sicily and the famous Aeolian islands. The food is absolutely superb. A Yacht Charter in Italy is both social and romantic, so whether you’re planning to sail with a group of friends or family, or with your partner, a yacht charter Italy guarantees a sailing holiday that will meet and exceed all of your expectations.
A yacht charter in Spain offers the chance to set sail into different sailing grounds, like the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, but also parts of the Spanish coastline. Discover sandy beaches and breath-taking landscapes and make sure you don’t miss the national park of Puerto de Cabrera on a charter starting from Palma de Mallorca.
Yacht Charter in Montenegro and discover stunning sandy beaches, deserted isles and bays that are accessible only by boat. Sail from West to East and enjoy visits to the sites of Perast twin Islands and Kotor, which are recognised as World Heritage Site by UNESCO; the old city of Herceg Novi that dates back to the 14th century; Porto Montenegro, the luxury yacht marina located in Tivat; the famous-for-its-parties Ploce beach in Budva; and the picturesque Sveti Stefan, which is a resort on an island with its own private beach. Montenegro's coast is 295 km long and boasts 72 km of beaches.
The French Riviera or Cote d' Azur is the coastline of 560 miles from the Italian border and all the way to St Tropez. It perfectly and harmonically combines the world's most luxurious, high-class resorts with majestic secluded bays and aquatic wildlife. A French Riviera yacht charter is the best way to explore the cosmopolitan towns of Nice, Monte Carlo and Cannes that have been a favorite destination for the Holywood's elite and tourists from all over the world for years and are guaranteed to amaze even the most demanding of visitors.
The Arcipelago of Malta consists of three main islands, those of Malta, Gozo and Comino. There are also a couple of smaller uninhabited islands i.e. Cominotto, Delimara Island, Filfla, islands of St. Paul/Selmunett Island and Manoel Island. A Yacht charter in Malta offers a variety of culture, diving and swimming options, but also a selection of well protected anchorages where you can drop your anchor and stay overnight. Valletta, Malta's historic capital with its impressive bastionsand the ancient walled city of Mdina with its labyrinth of streets lit by lamps at night will excite you. Other sights include St. Paul’s Catacombs, the Roman cemetery in Rabat., the Dingli Cliffs or swimming at St Peter’s Pool at Marsaxlokk, a beautiful natural pool.
Are you a fresh seafood lover ? Then plentiful options await including bass, grouper, bream and mullet. Local dishes like Lampuki Pie, Kapunata ratatouille and a broad bean pate known as Bigilla are not to be missed.
A land of inspiring beauty and endearing charm, a Norway yacht charter has so much to offer sailors. While the season may be short, there’s an abundance to see and to do in this kingdom of fantastic fjords and cute villages. Known for their shipbuilding and navigational skills, the Vikings once sailed these seas. Become one with Norway’s ancestors as you explore rocky walled inlets, flitting between idyllic isles, and chasing waterfalls. Enjoy the serenity of nature, but also enjoy the sweet hospitality of the Norwegian people! Ashore you will find delicious seafood, lively folk music, and creative folklore and myths.
Experience the Scandinavian tradition of the sea. With 8,000 islands and 3,218 kilometers of coastline, Sweden is the perfect destination for those who love sailing. Take your Sweden yacht charter from the stunning city of Stockholm, to the peaceful coastal villages, and through many nature-filled isles. There’s something for everyone with this incredibly diverse and intriguing destination!
With 385 miles of coastline, there’s plenty to explore on a yacht charter Corsica. During your time on the island you will find over 200 gorgeous beaches, vast nature reserves and incredible mountain ranges. Home to one of Europe’s top hiking trails, Corsica is a nature-lover’s paradise. During your hikes, look for the 40 different orchid varieties. Then in town, you can sample Corsica’s unique mediterranean cuisine.
Just south of Southampton, Hamble-le-Rice is a tiny village on the River Hamble . Now a modern day sailing hub, Hamble’s yachting roots go way back to the 14th century. Over the years, Hamble’s port has seen a flurry of boat building, fishing, and racing activity - and for good reason. With protected waters, Solent sailing offers great conditions for beginner and expert sailors alike. Spend your days taking in the natural beauty and exploring the nearby villages of Cowes, or Langstone and Chichester Harbours for a relaxing, recharging, and radiant Hamble Yacht Charter.
Rich with interesting history and natural beauty, La Rochelle is not a destination to be missed. Come explore over 280 miles of beautiful coastline and 100 gorgeous sandy beaches. On a yacht charter in La Rochelle you can enjoy quaint little villages, spectacular sea views, and vibrant hollyhock lined streets. The Charentais archipelago makes a great sailing destination for experienced and beginner sailors alike due to the shorter navigable distances and the manageable weather conditions.
Explore France’s southern coast on a La Trinite Sur Mer yacht charter. Sprinkled with many delightful ports and seaside towns, beautiful beaches and idyllic islands, you will enjoy every moment in Brittany! With a rugged coastline, Brittany provides amazing scenery and beautiful landscapes for your sailing holiday. Head north to explore St. Malo on the English Channel, the Channel Islands,and Ile d’Ouessant. Or you could head south to the Pointe du Raz and the islands of Ile de Groix and Bel Ile.
A BVI Yacht charter is considered by many a Sailor's paradise. The British Virgin Islands are surrounded by the islands of Virgin Gorda, Anegada and Jost Van Dyke, as well as 50 other small islets and cays. Warm weather, excellent sailing conditions and spectacular diving sites, make the British Virgin Islands a favourite destination for American, European and British sailors alike. Sail to the Caves, the Indians or Fallen Jerusalem to see tropical aquatic life by snorkel or scuba, easily hop between uninhabited islands or explore breathtaking, secluded anchorages at Benures Bay or Hallovers Bay.
A product of many cultures, St. Martin sailing has so much to offer, despite being the smallest land-mass shared between two different countries. With fantastic trade winds and classic Caribbean beauty, you will love cruising St. Martin’s clear blue seas. Ashore you’ll enjoy European sophistication, lively Caribbean culture, jaw dropping natural beauty, along with fantastic cuisine, nightlife, and shopping.
With 365 beaches to choose from, you’ll want to stay on island time forever. Use our cruising guide to plan an Antigua sailing holiday. Originally called Wadadli, Antigua is a former British colony turned vacation hotspot. In the 1740s, construction of Nelson’s dockyard began - marking Antigua as a boat and yacht haven from that point on. Today Nelson’s Boat Yard is the only working Georgian dockyard in the world and is part of Nelson's Dockyard National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For yacht lovers, there is nothing better than an Antigua Yacht Charter.
Part of the Leeward Islands, Guadalupe is a butterfly-shaped paradise. Made up of two main islands, connected by a bridge, and over twelve surrounding islands, there’s plenty to see with Guadeloupe charters. With the blend of French and Creole influences, the cuisine of Guadeloupe is quite distinctive and delicious! On the quieter islands, many of the inhabitants still wear traditional Creole dress and the mix of African, European and East Indian cultures makes for a melting pot of great charm and intrigue. The archipelago, home to just 400,000 people, is a great place to enjoy some quaint, authentic Caribbean culture and an astounding natural playground, as the islands have been designated a Biosphere Reserve by UNESCO.
With energetics winds, Martinique promises to be the sailing excursion of your dreams. Martinique charters feature gorgeous white and black sand beaches, wild terrain for long hikes, exotic aquatic life for snorkeling, warm, friendly villages and world-class, sophisticated cities for exploring. With long stretches between the islands, this is truly a sailor’s paradise. You’ll enjoy cruising Martinique’s brilliant blue waters as you sail between islands, stopping at St. Pierre, St. Lucia, and Saint Vincent - to name a few.
St. Lucia is often called the "Jewel of the Windwards"; and for good reason! Here, you will find exhilarating sailing and breathtaking views, that cannot be found anywhere else in the Caribbean. On a St. Lucia Yacht charter you can easily explore many hidden beaches and anchorages, as well as rainforests, waterfalls, and of course, the famous Mt. Gimie. Starting your charter from Rodney Bay and sailing past the twin peaks of the Pitons, you can either head south towards the Grenadines or north towards the leeward islands of Guadeloupe and Martinique.
Starting your Grenadines yacht charter at the Lagoon Hotel and Marina, you’ll set off on a grand adventure full of wonderful beaches, scenic hiking routes, excellent snorkeling, laid back bars and restaurants, and let’s not forget the sailing! The St. Vincent cruising area offers some of the best sailing in the Caribbean. Add in the magical combination of white-sands and great food to be found everywhere, you’ll enjoy the sailing holiday of a lifetime in this stunning destination.
Grenada is one of the smallest independent countries in the Carribean and also the most southern of the Windward Islands. It is actually part of a chain of islands, including the famous Carriacou and Petite Martinique. The island was first spotted by Christopher Columbus in 1498 and is now a leading producer of cinnamon, cloves, ginger, mace, allspice and nutmeg. A yacht charter in Grenada is ideal for nature lovers, who will enjoy exploring breathtaking landscapes and underwater coral reefs and seagrass beds while making friends with the native armadillos, mona monkeys, and mockingbirds ashore.
Looking for a tropical destination with palm trees and turquoise waters? then look no further than a Yacht charter in Bahamas for the quintessential Caribbean sailing experience. The Bahamas are also home to the best snorkelling spots and one of the largest protected marine parks in the world - 200km of tropical paradise!
Affectionately known as “Isla del Encanto,” Puerto Rico will certainly charm you. The beautiful scenery and warm, hospitable people will have you feeling right at home. Large in size, and a US territory, Puerto Rico has everything you will need for the perfect sailing holiday. On your yacht charter Puerto Rico you’ll enjoy a plethora of world-class cuisine, stunning sandy beaches, and pristine, peaceful anchorages.
This sailing area remains relatively undiscovered by tourists and is a step back in time. On a Yacht charter in Thailand, embark in Phuket and set sail southerly to the Phang Nga Bay (James Bond Island), Koh Poda, Koh Kai and finally sail to one of the world’s most beautiful islands, Koh Phi Phi. On a two-week charter, you can follow the clear customs procedures and enter the Malaysian waters.
Thailand is the top sailing destination in South East Asia and is ideal for island hopping. Discover breath-taking coastlines, magnificent high peaks, sandy beaches and coral reefs.
Explore Langkawi’s archipelago of 99 islands on your yacht rental Malaysia. Here you’ll find gorgeous rocky cliffs, smooth sailing conditions, and wonderful tropical weather. With crystal clear blue waters, sailing Malaysia is a dream. Many people love Malaysia for its strong yachting culture. Sailors will enjoy the solid yachting infrastructure and great diving and cruising areas all over. Ashore, you can explore white sand beaches, jungle-covered mountains, and wildlife sanctuaries filled with unique native animals.
The Seychelles are part of the Indian Ocean. The phrase ‘breathtaking paradise’ is barely sufficient to describe the porcelain white beaches, shimmering aquamarine waters and idyllic way of life associated with the Indian Ocean. Mahe, Praslin and La Digue constitute the 3 main islands, however, this region offers more than 100 islands, islets and bays to explore. Often referred to as the original Garden of Eden, with soft, sandy beaches, fantastic coral reefs and soaring mountains, a Yacht charter in Seychelles is the perfect setting for a tropical holiday.
A Yacht charter in French Polynesia is known as the definition of paradise and we couldn't agree more. Within a remote group of islands, the Society Islands, you will find Tahiti, the idyllic Bora Bora, as well as Raiatea - known as the Windward and Leeward Islands. White, sandy beaches, pristine, turquoise lagoons and exciting aquatic wildlife await you and the hospitality of the locals is definitely going to make you want to return to this sailing region again and again. On a Tahiti yacht charter you can start from Raiatea and set sail to the Bora Bora, as well as Tupuai, Maupiti, Tahaa, Huahine, Moorea and Tahiti.
Madagascar is an island country in the Indian Ocean, and a new, up and coming favourite sailing destination for those looking for low key exotic vibes, sandy beaches and tropical weather within a close reach of Europe. A Yacht charter in Madagascar is the ideal choice for outdoors enthusiasts - lemurs, baobabs, rainforest, desert, hiking and diving are just some of the highlights you can expect during a sailing holiday in Madagascar.
Australia is a land of the unexpected with amazing natural scenery, and exotic plant and animal life. Set sail and explore the stunning Whitsunday Islands and their unspoiled anchorages. On an Australia yacht charter start your adventure from Airlie Beach and sail to Nara Inlet, Hamilton Island, Whitehaven Beach, Cateran and Butterfly bay. Along the way, you can enjoy bright white beaches, clear blue skies, deserted anchorages, and vibrant coral reefs.
With a mix of Melanesian, French, Polynesian and Asian influences, New Caledonia is a very unique place. During your yacht charter New Caledonia, you will enjoy a wonderful semi-tropical climate, spectacular wildlife on land and underwater, cosmopolitan island life, and fantastic sailing conditions. Set sail for the South Pacific’s most interesting tropical playground.
La Paz is famed for their whale and dolphin watching and during your yacht charter Mexico you can get up close with these gorgeous beings. Or you can swim alongside the sea lions at Isla Espiritu Santo, a fun natural aquarium. Either way, La Paz is a beautiful destination where you can have new and exciting experiences.
Welcome to beautiful Belize - Central America’s sailing paradise. With 300km of Barrier Reef Reserve, you will have plenty to explore. Swim and snorkel amongst 500 types of fish, 100 types of coral, and you will probably even see some sharks, dolphins, and manta rays. You’ll find plenty to do on land as well! Belize is home to the world’s first jaguar sanctuary, and plenty of interesting mixed culture due to Belize’s Creole, Mestizo, Garifuna, Mayan, European, Middle Eastern and Asian roots.
A diver’s paradise, Brazil’s brilliant blue-green waters are rife with coral reefs, underwater ecosystems and even a few shipwrecks. However, that’s not all you’ll find during a yacht Charter in Brazil. Ashore, you’ll find gorgeous wild hiking paths amidst the tropical rainforests, fantastic golden-sand beaches, and a rich history and culture. Enjoy all that these islands have to offer while sailing Brazil. Starting from our base in Angra dos Reis, with 365 islands and 2,000+ beaches there is plenty to explore.
Experience true American spirit on the East coast of the United States. In the land of apple pie, lobster rolls, clam chowder, and freedom - there’s plenty to do and see! Spend your holiday soaking in the rich American history of picturesque New England, cruising the many inlets of the expansive Chesapeake Bay, or exploring the mountainous Adirondacks that surround Lake Champlain.