Italy is one of the most visited countries in the world and rightfully so. Its history spans back thousands of years, it has rich architecture, lush vineyards, a spectacular coastline and welcoming people. There’s a reason why travellers fall in love with Italy and when you sail here, so will you. Whether you fancy visiting the colourful towns of the Cinque Terre, the secluded coves on the Amalfi Coast, the volcanic Aeolian Islands or the white-washed cliffs of Puglia, a boat hire in Italy will leave you longing for more! It’s time to charter a yacht in Italy now!
The price of a yacht rental in Italy depends on the type of boat you opt for, the season and the duration of your hire as well as any other services or equipment that you may require. As Italy is a big country, the price will also depend on the town and region you are visiting.
£2,555/week in low season
£4,287/week in high season
£1,253/week in low season
£1,519/week in high season
£875/week in low season
£1,029/week in high season
£13,006/week in low season
£15,610/week in high season
There are plenty of boats to choose from in Italy and you can book one in just a few clicks! If you’re seeking a more luxurious experience, you can also consider hiring a crew on your boat. The crew will take care of all tasks such as dining and cleaning, as well as making sure that you have a relaxing holiday. The crew is hired by the owner of the vessel and the fee will be included in the total price of your rental. At Scansail, we also provide an advanced provisioning allowance (APA), a fee paid in advance which covers the entire costs of provision during your boat hire.
Italy is a large country which spans almost 800 miles in length between the north and south. The peninsula is dotted with beaches all around, but the weather varies between the different places. If you plan on visiting the northern regions of Liguria or Veneto, we recommend hiring a boat between May and September. During this period, the water temperature is perfect for swimming and there is guaranteed sunshine. In the south of the country, the weather tends to be milder during the winter months, meaning that you can sail for a longer period of the year. July and August are the busiest months, but we recommend hiring a boat between April and November here.
With an abundance of sights and attractions on offer, Italy is a country which keeps on giving. You could spend a lifetime in this stunning country, without being able to see everything on offer. Whether this is your first trip or your hundredth, we have compiled a list of some of the best things to see and do on your Italian sailing holiday: