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All your yacht rentals Italy with Samboat

What makes Italy a dream destination for most sailors are the glamorous port towns all along the western coast of the country. If you're there during the high season, you'll be thankful you're on a boat because you'll be able to discover quiet beaches all along the coast that are only accessible by boat. What would a trip to Italy be without trying the local cuisine? The Italian art of gastronomy is rich in pasta, fish, local fruits and vegetables and centres itself on simplicity and diversity. As you’ll learn, Italian chefs focus on the quality of the ingredients, instead of relying solely on the complexity of the overall dish. Stop in at any of the restaurants to try the signature Italian seafood dishes.

Sailing in Italy

When renting a boat at yacht rentals italy, you can anchor at many natural landmarks or take advantage of the numerous ports that will certainly suit your needs. One spot not to miss is the Port of Messina, which is the largest in the Mediterranean including an approximate area of 820,000m². One thing that will definitely not give you trouble is finding a marina or port that offers high quality services throughout the year. The coasts of Italy were made for nautical lovers and explorers. Rent a sailboat or motorboat and be sure to fully appreciate Italy! The Italian coastline has numerous beautiful islands to visit such as Capri. Whether it’s for a day trip or an entire week, boat rental can be your way to go! Explore the Italian coast with Samboat aboard a skippered yacht or bareboat sailboat and spend an amazing sailing holidays.

There are many famous sailing spots in Italy

One of the most popular is the Amalfi coast. Over there you can live the finest Italian experience (meaning great weather, food and wine) while having the time on your life on the dock of your boat. The coastline is absolutely magnificent and charters companies are numerous in this region. With Samboat, just rent a boat in a few clicks and explore the beauty of the Amalfi coast.