The sailing trips we suggest are the result of many years of sailing in Sardinian and Corsican waters; this long experience and skill make us feel to owe you some important advices, to let you get the best out of your sailing holidays.
Always choose an itinerary suited to your nautical skills; looking for too demanding routes could cause you stress and not make you fully enjoy your holiday.
Consider the size of the boat, if small it will be more suitable for short or medium range cruises, if big you can also consider long cruises.
It is always better to consult the crew before choosing an itinerary, just to avoid an unpleasant cruise for some of the friends on board.
In our suggested cruises we point out the most beautiful bays to visit and the ideal stops, but it will be up to you to adapt the itinerary to the weather situation of the days you will be at sea.
Many of the most beautiful islands, indicated in the itineraries, are part of protected and regulated marine parks (for example the Maddalena Archipelago, the Lavezzi Island, the Tavolara Island, the Asinara Island); we suggest you to inform yourself, before accessing them, if you need to have an authorization or pay for a ticket.
The itineraries that we propose are only suggestions, in case you decide to adopt one, it will be under your total responsibility to adapt it according to the criteria listed above; at the end of you charter, be in the Portisco area with enough time allowance, in order to avoid the risk of returning the boat late.
Summary of the itineraries
One week (93 N.M.) Portisco – S.Teresa di Gallura – Portisco
The sailing trip Garibaldi is the most classical and relaxing, suitable both to small and big yachts. Most of the sailing is made under the shelter of the islands inside the Arcipelago della Maddalena, that’s why we suggest the little experienced crews to follow it. The mean is 16 n.m. per day.
Two weeks (169 N.M.) Portisco – Baia di San Cipriano – Portisco
This sailing trip fit that crews that don’t want to sail much but want to visit the most beautiful spots of Northern Sardinia and Southern Corsica. The mean per day is 13 n.m., most of them sheltered by the islands’ coasts. Nearly all boats and all crews can sail that.
Two weeks (400 N.M.) Portisco – Corsica round tour – Portisco
This sailing trip is long and exacting but amazing and adventurous at same time. You will turn Corsica counter clockwise and make a leg to Capraia, in the Tuscan Arcipelago; the mean is 31 n.m. per day. We suggest this sailing trip to experienced crews and for boats not smallest than 37 feet.
Two weeks (450 N.M.) Portisco – Sardinia round-trip – Portisco
This sailing trip is the more exacting among all, so we suggest it for those well experienced crews and for boats over 40 feet. The Sardinia round trip ask you for a day-mean distance of 35 n.m. per day, therefore crew members have to love long sailing. Along this route you will have the chance to visit very ancient and different places and cultures, wilde and desert spots. At the end of the journey, once you leaved the boat, the luggage of emotions and rememberings will be very big.