The yacht will sail from the Rolex Middle Sea Race to its home base in Montenegro. The team is 10-12 people.
We are planning to sail during the daytime, but night crossings are also possible. It all depends 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.
You don’t need to be an experienced yachtsman for this trip.
from €500 / 7(7) days / 1pers.
The arrival in Malta, accommodation on a yacht, buying food, and discussing organizational issues.
Malta is a picturesque island state, which was located at the intersection of ancient trade routes from west to east, from Europe to Africa. Hence, its rich cultural, architectural and culinary heritage. Malta was chosen for the filming of many scenes from the «Game of Thrones» series for good reason — the combination of medieval architecture and beautiful landscapes attracts not only travelers but also people of art.
Malta — Porto Grande Syracuse — 80 miles
The port of Syracuse is a commercial, industrial, passenger, fishing and tourist port on the southern Ionian coast of Sicily. The port complex can accommodate about 1000 boats of different sizes, which makes Syracuse one of the largest ports for yachts.
Porto Grande Syracuse — Marina Roccella Ionica — 90 miles
Marina Roccella Ionica is a marina in the Ionian Sea of the Colabria region.
Marina Roccella Ionica — Porto Vecchio — 70 miles
Porto Vecchio is the largest city of the Corsican Riviera. The remains of a 16th-century Genoese fortress with gates and bastions have been preserved here.
Porto Vecchio — Santa Maria di Leuca — 70 miles
Santa Maria di Leuca is a cape with the famous lighthouse of the Castrignano del Capo municipality in the province of Lecce in the south of the Salento Peninsula. The height of the lighthouse is 48 meters, and it is located at 102 meters above sea level.
Santa Maria di Leuca — Brindisi — 70 miles
Brindisi is one of the three largest cities in the Salento Peninsula. It has a real Mediterranean climate. Port of Brindisi — the «Gateway to the East» — is one of the largest in the region. The city is also famous for Roman-era limestone baths, a Swabian castle, pillars on a hill overlooking the sea and other attractions.
Brindisi — Prcanj — 120 miles
Prcanj is a small town in the Bay of Kotor, in Montenegro. It was one of the most important marine centers in the South Adriatic and has not lost its charm even now.
Our crossing will start in Malta and finish in the town of Prcanj, in the Bay of Kotor. We will make stops in Porto Grande Syracuse, the marina of Roccella Ionica, Porto Vecchio, Santa Maria di Leuca and the Italian city of Brindisi.