Charter destinations

Naples and Amalfi

The Amalfi Coast is a true paradise on Earth.
Along the entire coast, there is untouched nature, legends of medieval seafarers, beautiful villages, and elite settlements. Take a trip around the nearby towns, visit craft shops and workshops, try the tastiest local dishes, and take a course in authentic Italian cuisine!

This route encompasses all the jewels of the region: the picturesque resort of Amalfi, the fashionable island of Capri, the thermal springs of Ischia, the bustling Naples, atmospheric Sorrento, and the legendary Positano. Italy will reveal itself from a new side even to those who have visited the country several times.
Itinerary Example:
Day 1. Salerno welcomes its visitors with the high shores of its picturesque bay, the hills of which are covered with citrus groves. Over the last thirteen centuries, Salerno has continually seen the emergence of historical monuments of art and architecture, which have preserved their magnificence to this day.

Day 2. The sea journey from Salerno (Salerno) to Amalfi (Amalfi) covers 9 nautical miles and takes about 1.5 hours. In Amalfi, there are many interesting attractions. Be sure to visit the Emerald Grotto (Grotta dello Smeraldo): illuminated by the sun's rays, the stalactites and stalagmites inside the cave begin to play with all their colors, reflecting emerald on the sea waters. It's also fascinating to see the Cathedral of Saint Andrew the Apostle and the Cloister of Paradise (Chiostro del Paradiso).

Day 3. Take a day of rest in Amalfi and don't miss the opportunity to visit the legendary postcard destination – Positano. This picturesque resort town is located at the foot of the Lattari Mountains, just 10 km from Amalfi. In Positano, it's delightful to spend the entire day: the crystal-clear sea, sandy beaches, and tranquil atmosphere will offer a sense of peace and serenity to both adults and children. It will be particularly interesting to see the architectural solution of the town – houses built on a cliff. In Positano, there is a 13th-century Romanesque church with a majolica-tiled dome – Santa Maria Assunta. On the altar is a miraculous icon of the "Black Madonna," created by a Byzantine master. According to legend, it was washed ashore by the sea waves.

Day 4. The sea journey from Amalfi (Amalfi) to the island of Capri (Capri) covers 17 nautical miles and takes about 3 hours. Landing on the island of Capri. In case of favorable weather, an anchorage in the bay of the island of Capri is possible. If the weather turns out to be windy, an additional passage from Capri (Capri) to the island of Ischia (Ischia) is planned (20 nautical miles, 3.5 hours). On Ischia, there are numerous thermal springs and SPA centers.

Day 5. The sea journey from Ischia to Naples covers 20 nautical miles and takes about 3.5 hours. If desired, you can also go on an excursion to Pompeii. If you prefer a more leisurely experience, consider a trip to a farm located 60 km from Naples, where you can taste the freshest Mozzarella di Bufala cheese.

Day 6. The sea journey from Naples to Sorrento covers 13 nautical miles and takes about 2 hours. Sorrento is an incredibly atmospheric town. Here, you can spend the night moored at Marina Grande. If you dine at a nearby restaurant known for its incredibly tasty dishes made from fresh seafood, the delivery to your yacht will be free. However, in moderate to strong winds, it's better to stay in the sheltered Marina Piccola. In the town center is the famous gelateria Primavera, offering over 100 types of homemade ice cream. Near Sorrento, there is a farm where they grow huge lemons and press olive oil.

Day 7. The sea journey from Sorrento to Salerno covers 29 nautical miles and takes about 5 hours.