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Leading charter company specialized in boat charter in Italy with more than 20 years of tradition. Currently Spartivento has more than 85 sailboats and catamarans, one of the largest charter fleets in the south of Italy. At Spartivento they pride themselves on the utmost client care, attention to detail and first class boat quality. You can sail on the latest models of sailboats and catamarans from the most famous shipyards such as Beneteau, Jeanneau and Lagoon.
Explore the Italian islands and coastline
Thanks to the charter company Spartivento, more than 10,000 people discover the magic of sailing every year. Its ships depart from one of eight marinas located on the mainland and the main islands. You can find them in Tuscany, Salerno, Sicily, Sardinia, Procida... and from their deck you can admire Sicily and the Aeolian Islands, Sardinia (south and north), the Amalfi Coast, the Tuscan Islands, the Egadi Islands...
Want to take to the waves of the Tyrrhenian Sea? For turquoise bays, schools of fish and dolphins and ancient harbours, head to Elba. In the article Tips for sailing around Elba, you'll find out which way to sail, as well as the local sailing infrastructure and what weather to prepare for. Campania is also a popular area. A week is all it takes to circumnavigate and you'll get to know the Bay of Naples with all your senses. Don't forget to add the Amalfi Coast to your itinerary. Thousands of tourists visit this attractive UNESCO-listed area every year. Find out what attracts them here in the article Discover the fragrant and magical town of Amalfi on your cruise.
The temperamental volcanoes and the slow holiday pace
One of the most popular destinations for Spartivento clients is the UNESCO-protected Aeolian Islands. The islands of Vulcano, Lipari, Salina, Panarea, Stromboli, Filicudi and Alicudi are located in the blue-green Mediterranean Sea on the north-east coast of Sicily and each has its own character and personality.
The stunning waters here are a sailor's paradise, where not only sailing enthusiasts but also swimmers and divers will enjoy themselves. Hiking fans can climb one of the volcanoes and gourmets can enjoy crispy cannoli tubes washed down with delicious malvasia. During the cruise, Stromboli, still one of the world's most active volcanoes, can be observed from a respectful distance (or up close). And the islands of Filicudi and Alicudi, almost untouched by tourism, are also worth mentioning. They will be especially appreciated by all lovers of a slow pace.