YACHT CHARTER SARDINIA:
Locations & Ports:
Portisco / Marina di Portisco, Carloforte / Marina Carloforte, Poltu Quatu, Porto Rotondo
Sea & Coast:
Dreamlike beautiful beaches, emerald green and deep blue shimmering bays, wild fissured coastal landscapes with granite rocks, eucalyptus forests, unexplored caves and grottoes, fruitful plains, various coastal lakes and much more - this is why Sardinia is often referred to as "the small continent”. Whereas along the 1800 km long coastline everything is made for swimming, water sports and pure leisure, the areas far inside the island have not been explored yet. The second biggest island of the Mediterranean still stays to be the absolute inside tip. An oasis under the sun that shines 3000 hours a year. The north-eastern part of Sardinia on the beautiful Costa Smeralda can be reached by ferry or by airplane over the airport Olbia Costa Smeralda. Costa Smeralda is the ideal starting point to sail to the archipelago of La Maddalena or to the Straits of Bonifacio. All marinas of Costa Smeralda belong to the most modern in the whole Mediterranean and are situated only 45 minutes away from the airport.
Winds & Weather:
Because of the constant wind conditions in the northern Sardinia around Porto Pollo you will find most sailors on the Costa Smeralda. There are two winds that make up perfect conditions for sporty sailing there – Sirocco, the wind from the Sahara, and Mistral, the quite strong wind from the west or north-west. Circulating winds mostly blow in the south, whereas on the eastern coast winds from the south or south-east prevail. If you plan a sailing cruise in Sardinian waters, you should either be an experienced sailor or sign up a skipper. A study of nautical literature as well as prudent navigation is necessary in this area.
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