Start:Naples, Metropolitan City of Naples, Italy
Finish:18038 Sanremo, Province of Imperia, Italy
The yacht will sail from the Rolex Capri Sailing Week regatta along one of the most beautiful routes — from the homeland of pizza — Naples to San Remo. The team is 10 people.
We will sail in the daytime and at night, depending on the weather conditions. This crossing is for those who want to test themselves and add nautical miles to their logbooks, those who want to learn to manage a sports yacht and understand its difference from cruise yachts.
The weather at this time is fine and sunny, on some days the wind can be up to 25-30 knots, sometimes it rains.
The route is 350 nautical miles. No experience is required for this voyage.
from €500 / 8(8) days / 1pers.
Arrival in Naples marina, accommodation on a yacht, buying food, discussing organizational issues.
You can walk around Naples, see the New Castle and the Royal Palace, the San Carlo Theater and the Cathedral.
Naples — Porto Salvo — 45 miles
Porto Salvo is a small port in the Calabria region.
Porto Salvo — Rome — 70 miles
The cradle of civilization — Rome — needs no introduction. Pantheon, Colosseum, Trevi Fountain — these are just a few of the attractions that everyone should see.
Rome — Porto Ercole — 60 miles
Porto Ercole is a cozy seaside town in the Tuscany region. This is also a conservation area called Orbetello. It is under the protection of the International Wildlife Fund.
Porto Ercole — Elba Island — 50 miles
Elba Island, the place of Napoleon’s exile, is a specially protected natural area and part of the Tuscan Archipelago National Park. One of the natural attractions is the peak of Monte Capanne 1019 meters high.
Elba Island — San Remo — 120 miles
San Remo is called the «City of Flowers.» There are many greenhouses, and flower fragrances will follow you everywhere. Visit Alfred Nobel’s villa and 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.
Arrival in San Remo
We will sail from Naples to San Remo with stops in Porto Salvo, Rome, Porto Ercole and on the island of Elba.