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Amalfi Yacht Charter

The gem of the Italian Coastline, the Amalfi coast offers various stunning landscapes, traditional villages and incredible marine life.


A good place to begin or end a charter to the Amalfi Coast, Naples is home to Europe’s largest remaining historic city centre and the birthplace of pizza. A UNESCO World Heritage site, explore the city centre, taking in its numerous styles of architecture that span 27 centuries. View the countless artistic treasures in its museum, which showcase the city’s key role in cultural awakenings during the Renaissance and Enlightenment periods of human history. Wander along ‘Lungomare’ and Riviera di Chiaia before enjoying an authentic Neapolitan dish, such as fried pizza.


Only accessible via boat, fall asleep to the lights of Naples and wake up to the dazzling white cliffs by Capri’s coves. One of the most enticing islands on the coastline due to its stunning natural beauty, spend the day exploring this isle. The limestone Blue Grotto is a sight to behold when the light reflects from underneath the water, while the windswept cliffs of Faraglioni, the remains of an immense grotto, are a must-see. Take the tender through Marina Piccola’s bay before heading to Marina Grande and taking the cable car for a unique view of the town.


Said to be the “Gem of the Divine Coast,” this beautiful village is nestled in the rugged coastline and follows the surrounding mountains’ steep incline. Enjoy a panoramic view of this town and its quaint vestibule of houses rising from the sea as you cruise by before anchoring in the clear waters. The ideal location to break out the water toys, enjoy an afternoon of swimming, diving and sunbathing before heading ashore for a meal in one of Positano delectable restaurants. Taste some local dishes and explore its cute, winding streets before heading back for a nightcap on deck.




57m – Feadship – 2013