Hiring a sailboat is a fantastic way to explore Naples in Italy and discover its hidden beauties. Naples has three wonderful islands that form the Gulf of Naples. These include Capri, Ischia, and Procida. Between these islands, you will come across many beautiful beaches, some being well organized and others completely secluded and only accessible by boat. Naples has several picturesque marinas, where you can find the ideal sailboat of your choice. You can directly contact the owners for the ideal vessel or simply allow a BednBlue travel expert to guide you with some suggestions.
You have plenty of options:
You can book and hire a sailboat with a skipper--or without one, if you have a license--and enjoy a one-day cruise to Ischia or Capri. You may also cruise around the Gulf of Naples or explore several beaches and bays with a captain on board. You can also hire a luxury sailboat and cruise the Amalfi Coast for a week at a great price.
After Rome, Naples is the third-largest city of Italy and is located at the foot of Mt. Vesuvius. Naples incorporates the archeological site of Pompeii, the Blue Lagoon on Capri, the excellent volcanic island of Ischia, and the mainstream resorts of the Amalfi Coast, including Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello. Ischia, Capri, Procida, and Vivara are the Parthenopean Islands in the narrows of Naples. Toward the north of the Gulf, Ischia, Procida, and Vivara line up and look toward the "Flegrea '' coast, while at the south of the Gulf, opposite to the Sorrento promontory, lies Capri.
The Amalfi Coast is brimming with enchantment, with its combination of history and nature, all to find. In arranging your sailboat charter in Naples, there are two essential agenda choices to consider. One gives you the great opportunity to investigate the islands of the Gulf of Naples. The other course, including Capri and other inshore Islands, gives more opportunity to investigate the territory shore. More specifically, that means cruising the shocking Amalfi Coast, with its staggering regular highlights. Naples and Salerno are the ideal ports for an awesome cruise to both, the territory of Italy and the close by islands. You can sail either north to the near Pontine Islands or stay in the Bay of Naples and visit the Parthenopean Islands. By renting a sailboat in Naples, you can cruise around Procida and the Amalfi Coast, where you can explore lovely seashores, tough scenes, and be part of its vibrant nightlife.
A day trip from Naples to Ischia is highly recommended. Ischia is the largest island in the bay of Naples, famous for its beaches. The beaches of Bagnitiello, Cartaromana, Maronti, and Cava dell’Isola are some great swimming spots to consider during your leisurely cruise. Besides offering exotic scenery, they are also tourist destinations, home to over 100 thermal springs. You can also visit the Aragonese Castle of Ischia that is connected by a stone bridge, which is 200 m long. With a catamaran, you can continue sailing and go swimming and snorkeling to Palmarola and Ponza, both remote islands dotted with grottoes, bays, and cliffs.
You also have the option to visit Capri in your sailing itinerary from Naples. With a skipper on board, you can cruise to the famous Blue Grotto cave or circle around the iconic rock formations, known as the Faraglioni. Here you can enjoy a romantic day with your loved one or even arrange a half-day excursion to propose to your significant other. Capri radiates with a glamorous Piazzetta, seaside restaurants, and exclusive shops. You can also stop by the small village of Anacapri, renowned for its clear seawater, at Grotta Azzurra. There will also be plenty of time to pass by Positano, sit back, and enjoy the coastal air of Sorrento.
If you sail to Naples for more than a day or two, we suggest visiting Positano, by the Amalfi Coast. Positano is a delightful, beautiful town with pink and earthenware houses, all incorporated into the precarious slope. It makes an incredible sight, when cruising in from the ocean. Starting from Positano why not head over to Procida, seemingly perhaps the prettiest island in the entire Mediterranean. The structures here are on the whole pastel tints of green, yellow, pink, and blue, creating a shocking setting to the harbor. On the off chance that you eat along the seafront, you'll be getting fish captured that day by neighborhood anglers. With such a great amount to see, do, and eat in this stunning city, you can wrap up your getaway with anything you didn't get time for before embarkation. From the Amalfi Coast, you can sail your way to Palermo and the Aeolian islands or spend more time enjoying a long last re-visitation of terrain in Italy. Keep in mind that Naples is the third-greatest city in the country and is loaded with stunning places for you to investigate, like the regal royal residence, the sunken city of Baiae, and even Pompeii. In the event that you have time, be sure to hold a table at Palazzo Petrucci for your last taste of delicious authentic Italian food.
Below, you will find some useful information regarding your yacht rentals in Naples:
Mergellina e Porto di Sannazaro Marina: A small port located at the foot of the Posillipo hill. Offers daily trips in summer to Ischia, Venetone, Ponza, and the Aeolian Islands. Accommodates luxury yachts and all kinds of sailing vessels. The port is near Piazza Sannazzaro, offering bars, restaurants, pizzerias and trendy clubs all around.
From Capodichino Airport to Mergellina it takes roughly 20 minutes. You can also reach the port by metro or by parking in the Garage Piedigrotta (300 meters away from the port).
Porto Marina di Cassano: A small port that offers 180 mooring spots, 24-hour assistance, Wi-FIi, and all the necessary facilities for your yacht.
Marina di Cassano: Is roughly 31 miles away from Naples International Airport.
Marina Vigliena: Located in the province of Naples and provides 853 berths. It’s ideal for medium-sized vessels that go up to 40 feet. Offers electricity and water supplies.
Marina Molo Luise: Situated in the city center and near Pompeii and offers about 110 berths for all kinds of yachts. There are all kinds of facilities and provisions for your yacht.
The Marina Molo Luise: It’s approximately a 35-minute drive from the Napoli Capodichino International Airport.
Marina Molo Luise: It’s approximately 18 miles away from Capri and Ischia, 15 miles away from Sorrento, and 36 miles away from the Amalfi Coast. A strategic port for a yacht charter.
Porto di Torre del Greco: Located in La Campania in Napoli, not too far from Torre Annunziata. An ideal spot for motor and sailing spots since there are no cruise ships docking here. All the provisions and facilities are offered for your yacht.
Marina di Capri: Located on the northern shore of the island of Capri and offers 300 berths. The marina has 24-hour security and all the facilities and provisions for your vessel. The eastern side is ideal for private vessels, since at the western side there are many commercial vessels.
Marina di Capri: It’s roughly 37 km away from Naples International Airport and 30 km away from Napoli International Airport.
Marina Piccola, Capri: Located on the southern side of Capri. A bay with great beaches nearby for a quick swim and a great marina to anchor your vessel, when heading to the Faraglioni rocks. There are many ferries and hydrofoils leaving from here to other destinations in the Gulf of Naples.
Marina Piccola: It’s 30 km away from Naples International Airport
Marina di Procida: A great mooring spot for discovering the smallest island in the Archipelago, Procida. It has 24-hour surveillance, water, fuel, electricity, as well as toilets and showers. Great for overnight stays when cruising to Procida’s sister islands, Ischia and Capri.
Marina di Corricella: Located on one of the most popular attraction sites on the island of Procida, right below the hills of Terra Murata. The absence of cars and the charming array of bars and restaurants that look out to the sea make it a great stay.
Marina Chiaiolella: Located in the fishing village of Procida. It offers 80 berths. It can get quite busy during the summer months, but there are many beautiful beaches nearby that can only be accessed by boat.
Marina Di Ischia: A natural port located on the northeast coast of Ischia, with 200 berths for boats up to 50 meters in length. There are bars and restaurants nearby, and it’s generally a well-equipped marina.
Marina di Sant’Angelo: A small port with great shelter that offers 100 berths. Great for excursions to reach many beautiful beaches by the coast. There are many boutiques, fine jewelry, modern hotels, spa parks, and events in Sant’Angelo.
Naples is also connected by ferry to Palermo and Ischia. Lipari and Panarea are also connected Aeolian islands to Naples by ferry.
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