The Mediterranean is deemed to be one of the most popular destination because of its fresh food, good climate and undeniably bluish-green sea. With a coastline of about 28,600 miles,you will never ran out of shores to chill.

Mediterranean sea, although connected to the Atlantic ocean, is usually referred to a separate body of water. It  is home to 22 countries and 3300+ islands, 10 of these islands are Sicily, Sardinia, Cyprus, Corsica, Crete, Euboea, Majorca, Lesbos, Rhodes and Chios. Much of the coast enjoys a hot-summer climate.

Up for some adventure? Swim or dive in the Mediterranean! There are 8 different species of whales, dolphins and porpoises can be found on its waters. It also serves as a residence for over 700 varieties of fish and almost 10 percent of the world´s marine species.


Officially known as the Kingdom of Spain, it is located in Southwestern Europe with some territories across the Strait of Gibaltar and the Atlantic Ocean. With France and Morocco, it is one of the three countries to have both Atlantic and Mediterranean coastlines.

Spain is one of the top destinations for sailing due to its enjoyable temperatures and variety of landscapes to go. It has 6,000 km coastline where you can sail from Balearic Islands to Costa de Sol of Andalusia. Feeling adventurous? Cross the Atlantic by sailboat from Canary Islands or Galicia.


Italy has a largely temperate climate, very highly developed country and has the third largest economy in the Eurozone. The picturesque seaside towns, sleepy islands and clean, quiet beaches of the coastline provide alluring anchorages for sailors to look into. They also produce the delicious seafood dishes for which the country is famous for.

Start your sailing vacation from Procida, Sardinia, and Portorosa Sail the entire Amalfi Coast, or hang out with the rich and famous on the Costa Smeralda, moor up in town harbors near pastel-colored houses, and drink martinis on the Isle of Capri. With thousands of kilometers of coastline and hundreds of islands, your holiday will never go wrong with this one.


The French Republic or the “country of Franks” is a perfect way to indulge in the hidden coves and celebrated cities, morning swims and some of the finest cuisines on the planet.Fancy the three cruising areas; The Gulf of Lion, the Cote d’Azur, and the island of Corsica.

Tidal sailing and cooler climates? Charter on the Atlantic coast, roughly the south Brittany area, and on the north coast, in the English channel. The country offers dramatic sceneries, steep cliffs and diverse culture.

The rich coastline of France offers many possibilities for sailing holidays, calm waters of Cote d’Azur are ideal for beginners. The charm of Provence offers the imposing cliffs, turquoise waters and warm southern sun. For some taste of adventure, the Atlantic coastline of Brittany is one attractive destination. Lastly, discover the paradise of the sailors, Ile d’Oleron, Sables-d’Olonne, or La Rochelle!


Malta is a little but strategically essential group of islands for it played a vital role in the succession of powers throughout Mediterranean. Maltese society has been molded by domination of Phoenicians, Romans, Greeks, Arabs, Sicilians, French, British and others.

Malta’s coastline measures 140 km and is highly varied. In the north and south there are rocky shore and high cliffs. In contrast, there are sandy beaches and wide bays in the other parts. Malta gives you the opportunity to explore the unspoilt, and boast pristine beaches and hidden caves. Look into the famous Blue Lagoon, Rolex Middle Sea Race, ancient temples, fortified cities, fortress-like hilltop towns, historical harbours and beautiful bays. With the climate typically Mediterranean, sailing through Malta provides safe and exceptional harbors.


Dubbed as one of the “Greenest Country on Earth”, Slovenia has a stunning variety of terrain, snow-capped peaks, blue green rivers mixed harmoniously with the cuisine, architecture and culture. It makes you reflect unique taste and view of the world. Even just with 47km of coastline, Slovenia certainly makes the most of it.

Slovenia has four seaside towns: Piran, Portoroz, Koper and Izola. While sailing here you can explore the beautiful Venetian Gothic buildings, Triglav National Park. Venture more in the impressive caves in Postojna and Skocjan or have a date with you love one in the romantic Bled and Bohinj Lakes. Slovenia is an outdoor destination and favour active holidays. After all the horse riding, ballooning, caving and canyoning, one can always run off to the coast and sunbathe on the Adriatic.


Croatia is a small yet crescent-shaped country. It is a nation at the crossroads of Central and Southeast Europe. It has become a hit tourist destination due to its exquisite beaches, historical points of interest, picturesque national parks and delectable food. The striking thing about Croatia is the extraordinary color intensities of both emerald and sapphire on the water set against the white pebbly beach. The long sandy stretches of the country is perfect for holiday lounging. For beach adventure, Croatia can lure you into snorkelling, diving, kayaking, windsurfing and all out sailing.

One of the jewels of the country is the idyllic Dalmatian Islands. It is known for its pristine beaches, limestone drop-offs, clear waters and fair vineyard and olive groves. Sailing with us in Croatia will invigorate and assist you make the most of your trip.


Sea. Mountains. Lowland. Step into the ring where Olympians first vied. Climb path carved out of stone to Meteora’s monasteries. Meditate the oracle’s insights from the splendor of Delphi, take in a starlit drama at an ancient alfresco theatre and be astounded by monolithic marble sculptures from the Aegean.

Greece delivers. Stray on paved Byzantine footpaths, trek up volcanoes, watch for dolphins and sea turtles, and round through lush forests.Adventurers will feel adrenaline in kitesurfing, wreck diving, and rock-climbings. Or simply hop on a boat and set sail into the glittering blue beyond. A Greek sailing holiday offers views of Heptanese, Saronice and Cycladic Islands and incredible ancient ruins and historical sites.


Start discovering the endless possibilities and thousand of cultures in every step. Turkey is a country that occupies a unusual geographic point, lying partly in Asia and Europe. The location has acted both a barrier and a bridge between the continents.Turkey is a predominantly highland country, and true lowland is enclosed on the coastal fringes.

The coastal areas of Turkey bordering the Aegean and Mediterranean Seas have a temperate Mediterranean climate, making the route from Antalya all the way to Bodrum more exceptional. Cruising coast is full of amazing bays and coves, plethora of archaeological sites, castles and temples and will remind you that the word “turquoise” literally comes from the French word for Turkish. And yes, the word exists because of this place.


In reference to Mount Lovcen, the term Montenegro denotes “Black Mountain”. Though considered small, this country is bursting at the seams with mountains and beaches and charming Montenegrins. The length of Montenegro´s coastline is 293km but it has varying beach styles from sand to pebbles.

Top five places to visit: Kotor, Budva, Lake Skadar, Sveti Stefan, Perast. Montenegro is where the sea, sky and Venetian palaces meet. This dramatic place features maze of medieval churches, old squares, narrow cobblestone alleys. It has also a fortified fishing town on an island, connected to the mainland by a narrow passage.

Cruise through the medieval city of Kotor as it is listed as a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO surrounded by 1,000m high mountains.  Let the culture and history consume you while you sail with us!

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