Sail in Italy for a week

Sail in Italy

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Sail in Italy with More Sailing. Spend a week aboard a sailing boat with crew spoiling you. In Italy we sail from the north-east coast of Sardinia but also reach the southern cape of Corsica. The crew on board show you the beautiful La Maddalena archipelago which lies between Sardinia and Corsica. In the La Maddalena archipelago’s turquoise sea you get to experience fine sailing, beautiful scenery and enjoy fantastic food. You will create holiday memories for life.

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Sailing in Italy

In Italy we sail in the area between Sardinia and Corsica. Because Corsica belongs to France, we therefore sail not only in Italy during the voyage but also in French waters. On Corsica’s southern cape lies Bonifacio, an astonishing city located on high limestone cliffs, the harbor in a protected fjord behind the cliffs. During our sailing trips we start from the north-east side of Sardinia and sail along the Smeralda coast. Here, whitewashed beaches with small exclusive ports are interspersed.

Off the Smeralda coast is the La Maddalena archipelago, which consists of seven larger islands and several smaller islands. The archipelago has been named after the largest of the islands called La Maddalena. La Maddalena archipelago is a quiet place with turquoise lagoons, granite cliffs and deserted islands. Here are also some of the most spectacular beaches in Italy and some of the finest bathing waters. You can only explore these hidden paradise by boat. During a week of sailing with More Sailing you will experience the best Sardinia and Corsica has to offer.

Sailing trip in Italy, this includes:

Trip

Saturday-Saturday with travel days

Flight

Return flights from Malmö, Gothenburg or Stockholm

Skipper & Host

Swedish, well-trained crew

Part in double cabin

Cabin berth in double cabin

Transfer

Transfer to and from the boat

Food

Breakfast, lunch and drinks aboard the boat

Bed linen

Bed linen & towel

All costs

Port fees, LPG and other other expenses

Sail in Italy with crew

During a sailing trip on our boats, you get to experience sailing at its best, completely without worries. On board the boat, you are in safe hands with the crew. They cook, guide you to hidden paradise bays, recommend restaurants and sail the boat while you can just enjoy. You eat breakfast and lunch on the boat while dinner is eaten at a restaurant. There are no musts on the sailboat, for you it is just to relax and go with, but of course you can participate in the sailing as much as you want. The combination of being taken care of by the crew while you get to visit new destinations every day, makes it a holiday you will soon forget.

A normal day on our boats often begins with a wonderful morning dip. Meanwhile, the host prepares the breakfast buffet. After everyone has eaten their fill and satisfied, it carries off to sea to sail on to today’s destination. While we sail to the next destination, you have time to sunbathe, swim, read a book or just enjoy the surroundings. As lunch approaches, it smells good from downstairs in the kitchen. Lunch is often enjoyed in a turquoise bay followed by a swim from the boat. After lunch you move on to the port, bay or maybe town where you spend the night. In the evening you get a chance to try the local cuisine. End the evening at a local bar before letting the sea rock you to sleep in the boat.

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No previous knowledge required

When booking a sailing trip with More Sailing no prior knowledge is needed, it is enough to be curious about sailing and interested in the sea to experience a wonderful trip. Imagine a regular holiday trip, where instead of hotels you stay on a boat and wake up in new wonderful places every day. You can book our sailing trips yourself and thus meet new acquaintances. You can also book a whole boat just for your company, bring your family or friends and let our skipper and hosts pamper you.

A sailing in Italy

With the exception of the two main islands of Maddalena and Caprera, where ferries pass via the port of Palau, all other islands can only be reached by private boats. We sailors are really spoiled to botanize among new unspoilt destinations every day among the seven large and 55 smaller islands that make up the La Maddalena archipelago. On the uninhabited island of Spargi there are pristine beaches like Cala Soraya, behind fragrant bushes of pistachio. Across the strait Bocche di Bonifacio between Sardinia and Corsica are three unspoilt islands of Budelli, Razzoli and Santa Maria. Santa Maria has a restaurant and some simple houses, which is typical of this area.

On the other side of the strait lies an old medieval town, Bonifacio, the oldest city in Corsica. It is adorned with many tall houses along cobbled streets in a spectacular setting along the cliffs of the white limestone peninsula. With cliffs and the well-known citadel in the background, there are also plenty of bars and restaurants in the harbor. Look out for the house where Napoleon spent a few months, it is located on Rue des Empereurs. During the voyage back you will find Cala Coticcio, a small beach located on the east coast of the island of Caprera, covered by fine sand and the sea is in a thousand turquoise shades protected by beautiful polished stones. The extraordinary beauty of Cala Coticcio and its exotic appearance have made the place nicknamed Tahiti. These are just a bunch of places to experience while sailing in Italy with More Sailing – welcome to book today.

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Bonifacio

High up on a white limestone cliff on Corsica’s south coast lies the medieval town of Bonifacio. Bonifacio is separated from the Italian island of Sardinia by the 11 kilometer long Bonifacio strait, which is named after the city. Bonifacio is a favorite destination during our sailing route, partly because it is so different in France to Italy and that it is a spectacular port. Look out for the house where Napoleon spent a few months walking the streets (Rue des Empereurs).

Sailing trip in Italy
La Maddalena

La Maddalena in Sardinia is a real holiday paradise. The archipelago, located on the northern side of Sardinia, is filled with green areas, small coves and beautiful sandy beaches. In the turquoise seas of the La Maddalena archipelago you find yourself in another world. It doesn’t feel like the Mediterranean here. It feels like a European version of the Caribbean. Here are seven large islands and 55 small ones that have some of the most beautiful beaches in Italy.

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Santa Teresa

Santa Teresa Gallura is located in the north of Sardinia overlooking the Bonifacio Strait, which separates the island from Corsica. Because of the short distance to the French island, many of Corsica’s inhabitants have since settled down in the area. Today, Santa Teresa, which has just over 400 inhabitants, is a famous seaside resort and since the 1960s the city has been a popular destination. The city has managed to retain its original charm and is a cozy stop during our sailing.

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Porto Cervo

Porto Cervo is the “capital” along the Costa Smeralda in Sardinia. Great views, beautiful beaches, delicious food, good wine, good night life and sunshine all year round are the benefits Porto Cervo offers its visitors. It is arguably one of the most amazing destinations in the Mediterranean and one of the gems for a luxurious Sardinia holiday.

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Boats we sail with in Italy

During our sailing trips we sail with different types of boats. We always choose large and spacious sailing boats with five cabins where up to ten guests can stay comfortably while the sailing trip is in progress. On board the boat, both breakfast and lunch are served, it is eaten around the table in the cockpit. Even down in the lounge, everyone gets comfortable space to hang out. The front deck is usually the favorite spot aboard the boat, here you can while the boat sails in peace and quiet, sunbathe, hear the whistling of the waves or maybe see a dolphin jump in front of the bow. At the back of the boat is a bathing jetty and ladder that makes it easy to get in and out of the cooling sea. If you are a larger company that wants to sail a specific boat we of course arrange it, welcome to contact us.

Sail in Italy on Dufour 56 Exclusive

Dufour 56 is a fantastic boat built by a French shipyard with Italian designers. On board are five cabins and three toilets. The cabins are large and you live very comfortably on board. The boat also has AC and generator. Price 17 000: – per person.

We climate compensate your sailing trip

From 2019 climate, More Sailing compensates for all sailing trips we arrange to 110%. This means that you who travel with us contribute more positively to climate-positive measures than the negative CO2 impact your sailing trip has. We also compensate for all internal travel for staff and other impacts the company has to at least be climate neutral. CO2 emissions and global warming are a threat to everything living on our planet. Sailing is environmentally friendly but the flight to the sailboat is not environmentally friendly. The flight accounts for 95% of the negative climate impact that you get when you buy a sailing trip. By investing in different climate projects, More Sailing, we offset the CO2 emissions that the sailing trip generates by 110%. We do not consider that we buy a clear conscience through climate compensation, but we do something concrete to curb global warming. Climate compensation of CO2 is included in all our sailing trips, it is not possible to opt out. Read more here.

Sailing trip - why should you choose it?

You visit many places

As the boat sails to a new destination every day, you will therefore experience many new places during a sailing trip. At the same time you reach places by sailboat that you would otherwise not be able to reach, so you get to see places you might not otherwise have seen.

You get both sun, swimming and adventure

On a sailing trip you get the perfect combination between an active holiday and a relaxing holiday. This is because you decide whether you want to be involved in sailing or if you prefer to lie and enjoy the sun.

You will be groomed by staff

On board you have a skipper and a host who is responsible for your well-being and security throughout the journey. At the same time, they sail the boat, serve good food and drinks and show you to new places. Not many hotels offer it.

You get to learn new things

It does not matter if you have previous experience of sailing and boating as the crew on board handles sailing and the boat. You can of course be part of the sailing as much or as little as you want. You can learn a lot of new things during the trip.

You get to know new people

Our boats can be booked by one or up to ten people. If you do not fill a whole boat, you will meet other lovely travelers on board. This has meant that we have many sunshine stories where travelers met friends for life during a sailing trip with us.

You create memories for life

Whatever holiday you book and wherever you live, you will most likely have a wonderful holiday. But on a sailing trip you get to do something extra, something that you may not be used to, and it results in memories you will not soon forget.

You have everything packed and ready

When you buy a sailing trip, everything is pre-packaged and ready from the start. The goal is for you to just be able to relax, so everything from a plane ticket to food on the boat is included. You thus avoid all planning that might otherwise be required before a trip.

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Sail in Italy and experience paradise for real Italy has a number of exciting and scenic areas created for sailing. In the north-eastern part of the country, more specifically in northeastern Sardinia, you will find the adorable La Maddalena archipelago which offers a beautiful nature of rarely seen nature. It is also possible to sail to France and the southern part of the island of Corsica. North of Sicily you will find a group of islands with volcanoes that are categorized by authorities as partially active, which usually tend to illuminate during the nights, which is extremely magical and powerful, if you have never experienced anything like it before. The Italian language Italy’s graphic position is in Western Europe, where the country is just out in the beautiful Mediterranean. It has a large population of more than 60 million who speak a fairly widespread range of several minority languages ​​to various forms of regional dialects. Official language in precisely Italy is referred to just as the country, ie Italian. The language is used today by more than 85 million people worldwide. The Italian himself is often categorized as a Roman language and is closest to Latin compared to all other Roman sounding languages. The surface of the boot (Italy) The world famous “boot” has a land area of ​​301,338 km² and borders north to Switzerland as well as Austria along the adorable Alps. In the northeast, the border with the former Yugoslav Republic of Slovenia and in the east where you have the mythical Adriatic with a maritime border with another old Yugoslav republic, namely Croatia. Italy also has Albania as a maritime border. In the Northwest you will find the French and in the west the beautiful Mediterranean. Finally, in the south, there is a maritime border with Malta and the countries of North Africa, in the form of Tunisia and Libya. The country is made up of the entire Apennine Peninsula, the world famous Sicily and the Caribbean of Europe, namely Sardinia. There are also quite a few smaller islands belonging to Italy such as the famous Capri. It also has two independent states in the form of the Vatican and San Marino, which act as enclaves within the country. While Campione d´Italia is a small Italian dominated enclave in the country of Switzerland. When you choose to sail in Italy, we have Sardinia as our starting point We start from Sardinia during our sailing trips in Italy. Just Sardinia is usually named for the Caribbean of Europe because of its adorable beaches and crystal clear waters. The island itself is located west of the Italian peninsula. It has an area of ​​24,090 km² which makes it the second largest island in the Mediterranean after Sicily. The island has about 1.65 million inhabitants and is surrounded by various smaller islands. Worth mentioning is the fact that Sardinia is an autonomous region and has Cagliari as its capital. The different islands of Sardinia Sardinia is full of beautiful little islands which are a popular tourist destination just for sailing enthusiasts. The Costa Smeralda, or the Emerald Coast, which it is often referred to in public, is really the archipelago outside the popular resort, Portisco. Furthermore, we have the Maddalena archipelago which offers many different forms of different nature experiences as well as adorable beaches, including the world famous Spiaggia Rose in Budelli, also known as the pink beach. You can also reach the French part and the island of Corsica which is on the other side of the Bonifacios Strait itself. It is important to emphasize the fact that several of these islands are uninhabited and protected by law because they form part of the nature reserve. Wine and food Italy has always been known as the home of pizza and pasta, but it is also known for its various tasty wines. Those who work in a restaurant tend to be quite good at recommending different wine varieties for the particular dish that you choose to enjoy. Just dare to ask for help and they will be more than willing to help you choose something tasty and delicious. Delicatessen In Italy you can enjoy a cannoli after dinner which is a popular Sicilian pastry that tastes divine. The name itself derives from the Latin, closer to the word canna, which means small tube. Plenty of different wine varieties Italian culture promotes wine drinking as a healthy as well as natural part of their food culture. This means that you are well known for producing a number of different wine tastings. These wines vary in quality depending on how they are produced, the raw material used and how long they are stored before they can be enjoyed. Italy and beer The Italians may not be known for that particular beer when it comes to alcoholic beverages, but the fact is that they produce some beers that can be enjoyed. The local restaurants tend to be quite good at recommending different beer varieties depending on the type of dish to be enjoyed.

Can I learn to sail in Italy? You can of course learn more about how to sail and all the different elements that are part of the sailing itself. Our exceptional ships and hostesses are more than happy to share their experiences and different knowledge. Anyone wishing to test can be a skipper and stand by the helm, hoist the sails and also read the various charts available. What should I pack in my suitcase for sailing in Italy? What should I pack in my suitcase for sailing in Italy? In addition to packing your personal belongings, you should also include mosquito repellent, sunscreen cream, UV protective sunglasses, swimwear, one or more books, a hat or cap and tablets for motion sickness if you know you have an easy time getting sick. . It is important to point out that since you only get a towel, we also recommend packing an extra in case you want a towel for fresh water and the other for the water from the sea, ie the salt. If you are a fan of snorkelling then you should also bring snorkeling and cycling as we do not provide these on the boat to everyone who is on the trip. Last but not least, we also recommend packing a soft bag that can be folded hip and put away when you are well on the boat, since sturdy and hard bags cannot fold, thus taking up a lot of unnecessary space in the cab. Do I need to pack a life jacket? We have available life jackets on the boat itself that can be used whenever you want. These should be used even if and when skipper deems it necessary. If you want another model of lifejacket, you are welcome to bring one. Breakfast and lunch are included, but what about dinner? When we finish the sailing every night we will add to a pre-selected port or a popular cove. We take the dinghy into the mainland when everyone has stepped off and in the meantime you have the opportunity to explore several of the local restaurants which all offer a rich selection of musty and yummy traditional dishes. Our on-board staff are happy to give you tips on restaurants that are worth a visit as well as assist in booking the table. What information do you really need to disclose? Before sailing trips we must have access to your social security number, your passport number, first and last name and also be aware if you suffer from any form of allergy. Is it possible to charge the camera or phone on board the boat? The power provided on board is quite limited, but it is perfectly possible to charge the mobile or the camera. However, when we are out at sea you can only charge with 12v chargers while once we are in port you can use the usual 220v sockets. Do I need to bring bedding and towels? When it comes to bedding and towels to be able to dry themselves after the shower, we provide one of these onboard the boat, per person. However, we usually recommend that you bring some extra with them so that you have the opportunity to bathe in salt water and be able to shower without getting salt. Can you sail in Italy and surf the net at the same time? We currently offer WiFi on our boats but with varying quality. This depends primarily on where you are when you try to connect. However, it is so that in the harbor it is usually never a problem to find a good connection. Do I need to pack rain sheets? It is quite rare it rains on Italy’s southern coast. However, when this happens it will usually only be short and hot showers. A rain rack may be the top choice, but a waterproof jacket may be necessary if you happen to fall out of the rain gods. When is it recommended to sail in Italy? Italy generally has a pleasant climate, especially in the southern parts, all year round. To cite a concrete example, for example, you can often swim even in October and experience temperatures up to 25 degrees, however, in the southern parts of the country. In other words, sailing in Italy is a pretty safe card when it comes to pleasant and enjoyable weather. At what level are the prices in the restaurants at? A restaurant visit in Italy is a little cheaper compared to a restaurant at home. To give you a concrete example, a two course dinner, including beer / wine, is usually about 60 Euro. With today’s course it is about SEK 630. However, you should use this as a reference point as prices may vary depending on the class and location of the restaurant.

Can I learn to sail in Italy? You can of course learn more about how to sail and all the different elements that are part of the sailing itself. Our exceptional ships and hostesses are more than happy to share their experiences and different knowledge. Anyone wishing to test can be a skipper and stand by the helm, hoist the sails and also read the various charts available. What should I pack in my suitcase for sailing in Italy? What should I pack in my suitcase for sailing in Italy? In addition to packing your personal belongings, you should also include mosquito repellent, sunscreen cream, UV protective sunglasses, swimwear, one or more books, a hat or cap and tablets for motion sickness if you know you have an easy time getting sick. . It is important to point out that since you only get a towel, we also recommend packing an extra in case you want a towel for fresh water and the other for the water from the sea, ie the salt. If you are a fan of snorkelling then you should also bring snorkeling and cycling as we do not provide these on the boat to everyone who is on the trip. Last but not least, we also recommend packing a soft bag that can be folded hip and put away when you are well on the boat, since sturdy and hard bags cannot fold, thus taking up a lot of unnecessary space in the cabin. Do I need to pack a life jacket? We have available life jackets on the boat itself that can be used whenever you want. These should be used even if and when skipper deems it necessary. If you want another model of lifejacket, you are welcome to bring one. Breakfast and lunch are included, but what about dinner? When we finish the sailing every night we will add to a pre-selected port or a popular cove. We take the dinghy into the mainland when everyone has stepped off and in the meantime you have the opportunity to explore several of the local restaurants which all offer a rich selection of musty and yummy traditional dishes. Our on-board staff are happy to give you tips on restaurants that are worth a visit as well as assist in booking the table. What information do you really need to disclose? Before sailing trips we must have access to your social security number, your passport number, first and last name and also be aware if you suffer from any form of allergy. Is it possible to charge the camera or phone on board the boat? The power provided on board is quite limited, but it is perfectly possible to charge the mobile or the camera. However, when we are out at sea you can only charge with 12v chargers while once we are in port you can use the usual 220v sockets. Do I need to bring bedding and towels? When it comes to bedding and towels to be able to dry themselves after the shower, we provide one of these onboard the boat, per person. However, we usually recommend that you bring some extra with them so that you have the opportunity to bathe in salt water and be able to shower without getting salt. Can you sail in Italy and surf the net at the same time? We currently offer WiFi on our boats but with varying quality. This depends primarily on where you are when you try to connect. However, it is so that in the harbor it is usually never a problem to find a good connection. Do I need to pack rain sheets? It is quite rare it rains on Italy’s southern coast. However, when this happens it will usually only be short and hot showers. A rain rack may be the top choice, but a waterproof jacket may be necessary if you happen to fall out of the rain gods. When is it recommended to sail in Italy? Italy generally has a pleasant climate, especially in the southern parts, all year round. To cite a concrete example, for example, you can often swim even in October and experience temperatures up to 25 degrees, however, in the southern parts of the country. In other words, sailing in Italy is a pretty safe card when it comes to pleasant and enjoyable weather. At what level are the prices in the restaurants at? A restaurant visit in Italy is a little cheaper compared to a restaurant at home. To give you a concrete example, a two course dinner, including beer / wine, is usually about 60 Euro. With today’s course it is about SEK 630. However, you should use this as a reference point as prices may vary depending on the class and location of the restaurant.

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Patrik

Contact Patrik Axhall
+46 31 – 30 96 300
boka@moresailing.se