Europe Private Yachts : Sample Itineraries


The Cyclades are the most popular yacht destination for good reason — an abundance of beautiful sandy and pebble beaches combined with great archaeological sites; typical white sun-bleached houses with blue trim face stunning views and sunsets; local artisans make memorable souvenir gifts.

  • Day 1: Athens to Kythnos, with its beautiful anchorages and ports.
  • Day 2: Serifos, known for its food and relaxed atmosphere.
  • Day 3: Milos, the island of blue waters and underwater caves.
  • Day 4: Folegandros, with its rugged northern shore.
  • Day 5: Santorini, the most famous Greek island with unmatched vistas and sunsets.
  • Day 6: Ios, a picturesque island with a multitude of cafes and restaurants.
  • Day 7: Paros, great for windsurfing.
  • Day 8: Delos, the “brightest” island.
  • Day 9: Mykonos, the island of contrasts.
  • Day 10: Tinos, known for its religious pilgrimages.
  • Day 11: Kea, once a pirate stronghold.
  • Day 12: Kea to Athens.


Croatia’s lower Dalmatian coastal area fascinates tourists with an imprint of Greek, Roman, and Venetian cultures in its towns and cities and the Dinaric Alps and blue Adriatic as a backdrop. The area has some of the world’s best-preserved Roman ruins, beaches, and natural wonders. The wines in this region are some of the country’s finest.

  • Day 1: Split to Solta, with its prehistoric ruins.
  • Day 2: Brac, featuring remnants from the Bronze and Iron ages and known as a windsurfer’s paradise.
  • Day 3: Hvar, the island of vineyards, fields of lavender and other aromatic herbs, and good restaurants.
  • Day 4: Korkula, with its walled city believed to be the birthplace of Marco Polo.
  • Day 5: Mljet, the island of forests and two saltwater lakes.
  • Day 6: Lastovo, with sheltered coves and sandy beaches.
  • Day 7: Vis, once a forbidden island.
  • Day 8: Vis to Split


Each resort on France’s Riviera also known as the Côte d’Azur offers its own unique flavor and special charms. This fabled strip of land is located between the Mediterranean Sea and a trio of mountain ranges, and attracts the jet set with its blue waters, clear skies, and sunshine nearly 365 days of the year.

  • Day 1: St. Tropez to St. Raphael, great for diving.
  • Day 2: Cannes, renowned for its luxury boutiques, designer fashion, and white-sand stretches of beach.
  • Day 3: Cannes to Antibes, with its trendy boutiques, covered market, and numerous art galleries.
  • Day 4: Nice, known for its cuisine and waterfront promenade.
  • Day 5: Cap-Ferrat, a peninsula of tranquillity and warm climate.
  • Day 6: Monte Carlo, playground of the rich and famous.
  • Day 7: Villefranche sur Mer, with its deepwater harbor, excellent restaurants, and pebbly beach.
  • Day 8: Îles des Lérins, two islands in the bay of Cannes.
  • Day 9: Îles des Lérins to St. Tropez.


The beauty of the Amalfi Coast is best admired from the sea. A yacht charter in this area is enhanced by an onshore visit to village treasures such as Positano, Sorrento, and Ravello. The stunning vistas, steep cliffs, scenic facades, and terrace houses offer picturesque backdrops during your charter.

  • Day 1: Naples to Procida, island formed by four volcanoes.
  • Day 2: Ischia, with its unique castle and thermal spas.
  • Day 3: Capri, famed for the Blue Grotto and Faraglioni.
  • Day 4: Positano, an artist’s haven featured in many famous films.
  • Day 5: Amalfi, surrounded by dramatic cliffs and coastal scenery.
  • Day 6: Vietri sul Mare, famous for its ceramic handicrafts.
  • Day 7: Ravello, high on the cliffs with two famous gardens.
  • Day 8: Sorrento, world-renowned for its production of limoncello.
  • Day 9: Sorrento to Naples.

Chartered yachts featured are licensed and meet strict safety regulations set by local and national authorities. Charters are for a minimum of three days in low season, seven days in high season. Most prices do not include VAT (value-added tax) of 4.5 percent or fuel. Most yachts include snorkel gear, fishing equipment, and water skis. Where fuel and meals are not included, an additional advance provisioning allowance (APA) is required to cover expenses.

* Available for charter: April to October

* Some yachts have WaveRunner or Jet Ski watercraft (requires a small-craft license to operate)

* Shore excursions extra

* All itineraries are suggested only and subject to sea and weather conditions

* Relocation fees may apply to move a yacht from its home port to the embarkation point

* A refundable security deposit may be required on some yachts

* A contract processing and management fee applies

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