Sailing Holidays

Suggested 1-week itinerary from Portisco

DAY 1 : Embark at Portisco on the jet set Costa Smeralda ("Emerald Coast"), an area buzzing with designer shopping, piazzas and stunning views.
DAY 2 : Cannigione (15nm). A sheltered harbour with good seafood restaurants.bIf you keep going along the Caprera coast, the very deep bay of Porto Palma offers the best sheltered free mooring in the area. Here you can safely stay the night whatever the wind.
DAY 3 : Visit  a couple of small bays in S.Stefano and on the mainland, then sail to La Maddalena harbour on the main island of the Archipelago. La Maddelena (6nm) is a traditional fishing harbour, picturesque and bustling, but sometimes in peak season the small harbour is very crowded, so you may have to overnight in Palau on the mainland.
DAY 4 : Lavezzi (15nm) is a marine park with fabulous snorkelling and diving.
DAY 5 : Bonifacio (21nm) is on the south coast of Corsica. A dramatic entrance through the cliffs opens into a beautiful bay with anchorages and moorings on the town quay.
DAY 6 : Porto Massimo (16nm) A small harbour on the north eastern coast of La Maddelena.
DAY 7 : Return to Portisco (18nm).


Prices given below. Click on the yacht names to view yacht layout & specification

"We chartered Icarus to celebrate a big birthday and could not have made a better selection. A beautiful boat with excellent skipper and hostess who will make you feel at home within minutes and you will wish for nothing. Robert is an expert skipper and teacher if you want to get involved, as well as having tremendous knowledge and experience of the area. The yacht is spotless, cabins are spacious and well equipped, the deck is spacious and sunbeds are laid out to sunbathe in comfort. Thank you for a fantastic holiday!!"
Crewed Yacht Icarus 2016 - B.M.


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