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23 May 2020
31 May 2020

Traveling along the coast of Italy: Naples — San Remo


Total days:9Cruise days: 9

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Traveling along the coast of Italy: Naples — San Remo
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Start:Naples, Metropolitan City of Naples, Italy

Finish:18038 Sanremo, Province of Imperia, Italy

Traveling along the coast of Italy: Naples — San Remo

We invite you to join our voyage along the coast of Italy — from Naples to San Remo. We will visit Tuscany and Liguria — one of the most attractive regions of Italy. During the day we will sail, and in the evening we will stop in interesting historical cities. We are planning a route with stops at Naples, Gaeta, Rome, Santo Stefano, Elba / Capraia island, Sanremo. We can change stops and make a night crossings if the team agrees about it.

The end of May is a great time for yachting in Italy. The weather is comfortable, but still not hot. Join us, and fill your life with new vivid emotions.

Events schedule

  • 23 May, 2020

    We will start in Naples.

    You can walk around Naples, see the New Castle and the Royal Palace, the San Carlo Theater and the Cathedral.
  • 25 May, 2020


    Gaeta is a city 120 km from Rome with a rich history. Here you will find one of the most important Italian holy places on Mount Orlnado — Montagna Spacata («Broken Mountain») — Santissima Trinita. This temple was built in the 11th century, destroyed, and then restored. On the lower level of the sanctuary, built in the 15th century, there is a chapel, which was built in memory of the day when Jesus Christ was crucified. Pilgrims from all over the world come here.

    And nature lovers can visit Monte Orlando Park, which is located on the shores of Gaetana Bay and occupies almost 90 hectares of urban territory.
  • 26 May, 2020


    Since its foundation Rome has been a maritime power. The first port was founded in the 7th century BC. e. at the mouth of the Tiber River in the town of Ostia. At the beginning of the second millennium, Rome needed a new large port and, on the orders of Emperor Trajan, it was built near his villa. The port was later named Civitavecchia — the Ancient City — and since then it has served as the sea gate of Rome. The cradle of civilization — Rome — needs no introduction. Pantheon, Colosseum, Trevi Fountain — these are just a few of the attractions that everyone should see.
  • 27 May, 2020

    Santo Stefano.

    Santo Stefano is a resort town in Tuscany. The center of the city is located between two ports — a large commercial port and a small city port, which is a place for recreation and entertainment. In Santo Stefano, there are many pleasant cozy beaches.
  • 28 May, 2020

    Elba Island.

    Elba Island is the third largest Italian island after Sicily and Sardinia. The island belongs to the Tuscany region. One of the famous pages in the history of the island is the stay of Napoleon Bonaparte since 1814. The Medici fortress welcomes guests who come to the island from the sea. The fortress consists of four levels of strong fortress walls. The central city of the island is Portoferraio. Here, in addition to beautiful churches and other architectural structures, there is a museum that stores things related to Napoleon.
  • 29 May, 2020


    Capraia is the third-largest island of the Tuscan archipelago. Its total area is only 20 square kilometers. Capraia is a popular summer tourist destination. There are many markets, shops, restaurants and, of course, beaches. It will be interesting to visit Zenobit — the historic tower, which is surrounded by colonies of gulls, the fortress of San Giorgio, the rotunda of Bellavista.
  • 31 May, 2020

    Sailing to San Remo

    This resort is called the «City of Flowers.» There are many greenhouses, and flower fragrances will accompany you everywhere. Visit Alfred Nobel’s villa and check out the San Remo Casino, which was built in 1905 and is still operational. And the real pearl of the city is the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, or the Russian Church, designed by architect Schusev.


We will sail with stops in Naples, Gaeta, Rome, Santo Stefano, Elba / Capraia island, San Remo. We will visit interesting historical places. * The exact dates of stops and places of mooring will be discussed with the crew.



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