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Duration: 8 days / 7 nights

Embark from the Bay of Naples and discover the beautiful Amalfi Coast and the splendid islands of Procida, Ischia and Capri. Let yourself be seduced by the charm of the colourful villages and enjoy the water activities and beaches of the region while tasting the delicious Italian cuisine. This is your chance to live the “dolce vita” the Italian way!


DAY 1 : Saturday
We will embark at about 6:00 pm, followed by a short 6 MN sail to the bay of Corricella in Procida. This bay is famous for its village with colourful houses built in blocks on top of each other. The village is very lively and offers breathtaking views, especially when the sun shines on the colourful houses. There are no cars in Corricella, so you can walk through the village on its narrow stairs and passages to Terra Murata or Casale Vascello. You will have dinner and spend the night on board, anchored in the bay.
DAY 2 : Sunday
After a refreshing swim and a typical Procidanian breakfast, including the famous "lingue al limone" (lemon tongues in English), you will set sail for Ischia, the largest island in the Bay of Naples. On the way, you will pass by Vivara, an island connected to Procida by a bridge and home to a nature reserve rich in rare plants and multicoloured birds. After a navigation of 8 nautical miles, you will arrive in the beautiful bay of Sant'Angelo, where the beach of Maronti is located. Although the bay is beautiful, you should not miss visiting the small village or the beach of Le Fumarole, easily accessible by a small path from the centre of the village. Around 4:00 pm, the catamaran will reach a bay located only 4 nautical miles from Ischia Ponte, famous for its medieval castle which overlooks the bay. You will have dinner at anchor under the castle and can then take a walk around Ischia, which will undoubtedly leave unforgettable memories.
DAY 3 : Monday
After breakfast, you will set sail in the morning for a 19-nautical mile sail to Capri from Ischia. During this crossing, you will have the opportunity to admire the famous Faraglioni rocks, visit the Blue Grotto and admire the incredible colour of the water when the sun's rays penetrate the grotto. You will sail around the island, passing by the lighthouse of Capri, before stopping at Marina Piccola to enjoy the atmosphere. After docking at this famous pier, be sure to visit the village of Capri with its narrow streets lined with stores, the Piazzetta, Via Tragara, Via Camerelle, and much more. Every day, celebrities from all over the world disembark from their maxi yachts on this pier! You will have dinner and spend the night at Anchor.
DAY 4 : Tuesday
After passing the famous Faraglioni rocks, you will head for the Amalfi coast, where the high mountains with their unique colours dominate the bays of Nerano, Positano and Amalfi. After 8.5 nautical miles of sailing, you will stop for a swim in the deep waters of Li Galli. Made up of three deserted islets (Gallo Lungo, Castelluccio and Rotonda) and located a few nautical miles from the beach of Positano, the Li Galli islands are reflected in the crystal clear sea in front of the pearl of the Amalfi Coast. According to legend, these islands were inhabited by mermaids who seduced sailors with their melodious voices, causing their ships to lose control and run aground on the rocks (a mythological explanation of the dangers of navigation). The last inhabitants of these islands were the choreographer Leonide Massine, who built a magnificent house decorated by Le Corbusier on the ruins of a Roman villa, and the star dancer Rudolph Nureyev. You will then sail a short distance of 4.5 nautical miles to reach Positano, where you will make a stopover. The remarkable beauty of this town has made the Amalfi Coast famous throughout the world. Don't forget to purchase linen dresses, leather sandals, colourful ceramics and the famous Limoncello. You will have dinner and spend the night at anchor.
DAY 5 : Wednesday
After breakfast, you will head for Amalfi (only 6 nautical miles from Positano), passing by Praiano and Cona dei Marini. You will stop to visit the beautiful Fjord Furore, a deep crack in the rock at the mouth of a steep valley that plunges into the sea and reveals a small beach and a tiny, picturesque fishing village. It was here, amidst the "monazzeni" - typical old fishermen's houses - that the tumultuous relationship between Roberto Rossellini and the actress Anna Magnani, nicknamed "Nannarella", began during the shooting of the film "L'Amore". The houses, now uninhabited, have been transformed into an eco-museum. The fjord is overlooked by a 30-meter high suspension bridge, where a high-flying diving championship is held every first Sunday in July. After passing Cape Conca, you will arrive in Amalfi. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Amalfi is one of the four Italian republics, rich in history and full of beautiful ancient buildings and museums. The Cathedral of St. Andrew in Piazza Duomo, the Basilica of the Crucifix, the ancient arsenal of the Maritime Republic and the Paper Museum are just a few of the wonders you can discover in Amalfi. You will have dinner and spend the night at anchor.
DAY 6 : Thursday
After breakfast, you will have the opportunity to take a bus to Ravello (extra charge). Perched on a rocky outcrop 365 meters above sea level, Ravello overlooks the Gulf of Salerno. It is one of the most famous destinations on the Amalfi Coast because of its fascination and the perfect combination of art and music it offers. This is why it has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and called the "City of Music". The Ruffolo, Cimbrone and Rondinaia villas and the famous Oscar Niemeyer auditorium will enchant you. In the early afternoon, you will set sail for Sorrento (18 nautical miles). # In Sorrento, you can admire the beauty of the landscape and swim in beautiful bays such as the Bay of Nerano or Marina di Puolo. In the evening you will visit the village and spend the night at anchor in the bay of Sorrento. You will have dinner and spend the night at Anchor.
DAY 7 : Friday
Enjoy a final morning swim in the bay or a walk through the town. In the early afternoon, you will anchor and head for the base in Pozzuoli. You will pass the city of Naples to admire the Castel dell'Ovo, the Posillipo Hill and the island of Nisida. You will have dinner and spend the night at the marina of Pozzuoli.
DAY 8 : Saturday
After breakfast, you will disembark at 09:00 at Marina Sud Cantieri, Pozzuoli

Your boat :

  • Accommodation in an air-conditioned double cabin with private bathroom (air conditioning is available from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.).
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner), drinks with meals (house wine and water) and local aperitifs.
  • You will also benefit from the service of the crew consisting of two people (captain, steward/cook), two sets of sheets and towels, including beach towels, as well as consumables for the boat : water, gasoline and fuel).
  • Boat and passenger insurance is also included in the price.
  • Water sports equipment such as snorkeling equipment (fins, mask and snorkel), paddle and sea kayaking are also available on board.
  • The round trip flight
  • Transfers between the airport and the base (optional)
  • Destination fees, which must be paid in advance (mandatory)


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Time differences

Italy is located at GMT+1 in winter and GMT+2 in summer, which means that there is no time difference from France.

Money and Currency

In Italy, banks are generally open from Monday to Friday, from 8:30 am to 1:00 or 1:30 pm, then from 2:30 or 3:00 pm to 4:00 or 5:00 pm. Some branches may also open on Saturday mornings. Credit cards are widely accepted in most restaurants and hotels, as well as in many gas stations. However, some merchants may still refuse them.

There are ATMs throughout Italy to facilitate cash withdrawals. The currency used in Italy is the Euro.


220 volts; European plugs. No need for an adapter (even on the catamaran)


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