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More than 20 years of love for the sea and experience
When Simone Morelli, a passionate yachtsman and retired naval officer, founded North Sardinia Sail (NSS Charter) in 1998, he certainly had no idea that his company would be world class in just a few years. Thanks to the professionalism of its staff and its large and growing fleet, NSS Charter is extremely popular with its clients.
Expert in Italy and the Caribbean
North Sardinia Sail (NSS Charter) owns five bases in the Mediterranean: in Italy in Sardinia in the port of Cala dei Sardi, in Tuscany in the port of Cala de' Medici, in Campania in Marina d'Arechi near Amalfi, in Sicily in Portorosa and in Spain in the Balearic Islands in Palma de Mallorca. To enable keen yachtsmen to sail all year round, the company has expanded its portfolio to include the Caribbean, where you can bask in the sun while the weather is inclement in Europe.
A breathtaking marina
In Sardinia, where Simone Morelli got his start, NSS Yachting has established its own eco-friendly marina, Cala dei Sardi. This is a safe harbour in the Bay of Cugnana between Portisco and Porto Rotondo in the heart of the Emerald Coast. It is an ideal strategic point for exploring La Maddalena National Park - Parco Nazionale Arcipelago di La Maddalena and southern Corsica. Alternatively, the area around the island of Travolara if you head south.
The marina is located just 16 km away from Olbia Costa Smeralda International Airport and the Port of Olbia. Cala dei Sardi is not just an ordinary marina, but an oasis of tranquillity surrounded by beautiful nature. Dog lovers will appreciate that four-legged friends are welcome in this marina.
A large fleet
NSS Yachting owns over 130 boats from world-renowned shipyards such as Bavaria, Dufour, Jeanneau and Beneteau. They offer both monohull sailing yachts of various performance groups and Lagoon catamarans, which the company also sells. For example, the Lagoon 620, a 19-metre catamaran with five cabins, can accommodate up to ten guests and three crew members.
Italy has a diverse coastline and beautiful bays, sandy beaches, deserted islands, as well as villages with charming harbours, countless monuments and great cuisine and wine. Whether you go to Liguria, Campania and the Gulf of Naples, the Tuscan islands off the Amalfi Coast or the aforementioned Sardinia, you will find yourself in a country that is a sailing enthusiast's dreamland. Find out which places you shouldn't miss on your cruise in the article Sailing in Italy: the 15 most beautiful places to sail.