An exciting sailing cruise in contact with nature in Southern Sardinia and Carloforte, where you can admire any shade of the blue of the sea, and the vegetation of coasts and islands. In addition to many baths and swims in the clear water and to the perfumes of Sardinia, you can also enjoy the local specialties served on board. A holiday dedicated to relax and sailing. The skipper and the hostess/cook, with their twenty years’ experience, will take care of everything and make you feel like you are on your own boat! If you like, you can also take part in the maneuvers and follow the sailing lessons of the skipper during the cruise.
|DEPARTURE BASE||Marina del Sole Cagliari, Sardinia|
|TIME OF DEPARTURE||Check-in from 6:00 pm on Saturday - Check-out by 9:00 am on the following Saturday.|
|NOT INCLUDED SERVICES||
From €790 (June and September) to €990 (August) per person in double cabin with private bathroom.
Discounts available for early booking and last minute, as well as for renting a whole boat
|Language||Italian and english.|
|How to come||AIR: Cagliari Elmas Airport (CAG)|
Day 1: Check-in
You can embark on Saturday afternoon from 18.00 at the Marina del Sole in Cagliari (10 minutes by taxi from the airport and the ferry terminal) where upon your arrival you will not have to think about buying food and drinks that you will find already stowed: your holiday begins from the moment of your boarding. Depending on the time of your arrival, you can leave your bags on the boat and reach the Poetto beach to dive into the blue of the sea, or dedicate yourself to a visit to the fantastic city of Cagliari. In the evening, after taking your seat in your cabin, you will have the opportunity to get to know the crew better during dinner in one of the many restaurants in Cagliari, before ending the evening in one of the many bars in the Sardinian city.
On Sunday morning after breakfast on board, the moorings will be left by the embarkation marina, ready to hoist the sails to head west. After a couple of hours of sailing along the coast we will reach the bay of Capo di Pula. And just below the Spanish tower we will drop anchor. Here we'll manage to get our first swim of the week. Then, lunch on board. The afternoon starts again with a couple of hours of sailing along the coast, parading the beach of Chia, rounding Capo Spartivento with its magnificent lighthouse, and here we will find a cove with strong colors: shades of blue, clear water and a beach with white sand, complete with a bar for the evening aperitif. Depending on the wind, we can choose to anchor in Porto Malfatano or on the island of Tuaredda.
Today we may decide to reach the island of San Pietro. So we will briefly see Capo Sperone, the Island of Sant Antioco, and go on to reach Capo Colonna, the bay south of San Pietro where we will immerse ourselves in a bath of clear and blue waters before lunch. In the afternoon, after a good upwind sailing, we will enter the small port of Carloforte, a characteristic town on the island that is worth a visit. Dinner will be in a local "trattoria" to taste the typical cuisine of the island with Sardinian and Genoese flavors, given that the origins of its inhabitants are Genoese, as well as the dialect spoken here.
We’re already on Tuesday, with a nice breakfast, and then we'll continue sailing further West. We also some options for anchoring here: Piscinni, the Red Island, or Porto Zafferano. We will pass Capo Teulada and we may decide to stop in Porto Pino. Of course, the choice of berth is always bound by the direction of the wind.
On Wednesday morning, after a rich breakfast on board, we'll free the moorings and head for Cagliari. Of course, this day we are going to anchor in the bays that we have not yet chosen. So you will have the opportunity to see many of the numerous bays that this stretch of South West coast of Sardinia offers to sailing enthusiasts.
We set sail early to return east heading for Cagliari, and drop anchor in one of the numerous bays that dot southern Sardinia. Here crystal clear waters and sandy bottoms await you, where you can enjoy many wonderful and astonishing landscapes ...
On the last day of your sailing holiday, you will enjoy a good visit to Capo di Pula, where we will stop for the last lunch on board, and the last baths in the Sardinian sea aswell. And for those who wish, there's the opportunity of visiting the well-preserved remains of the Punic town, Roman Phoenician of Nora. Remains that drop below sea level, testimony to the rising water level. In the afternoon, we'll resume navigation to reach the Marina in Cagliari. In the evening, last dinner on board with lots of exchanges of email addresses and phone numbers.
Day 8: Check-out
Disembarkation is scheduled at 9 a.m. on Saturday.
The itinerary might be subject to variations due to weather conditions, safety and technical evaluations of the Captain of the boat. This programming is intended as indicative and non-binding.
CLASS: PREMIUM PLUS - SUN ODYSSEY 51 PERFORMANCE
Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 51 Performance sailboat model, armed with a sloop-cutter: it was designed by the famous yacht designer Bruce Farr and stands out for its elegance, comfort, reliability and speed. Since 2006, numerous and important refiting have been carried out periodically for the great navigations and the sailing school, so as to guarantee our guests the highest level of quality and safety.
Important elements for a boat that continue to keep efficient thanks to the continuous and periodic maintenance that Eugenio and Paola do not fail to carry out. This model of boat is considered by the experts of the sector one of the must comfortable and performing, built with a higher than average quality.
|Type||Sailing boat Class Premium plus|
|Model||Sun Odyssey51 Performance|
|Year||2006 (Total refit 2016)|
|Sail area||125 sqm|
|Cabins||4 double + 1 crew|
|Berths||10 + 2 crew|
|WC/Showers||4 + 1 crew|
|Note||Small dog on board|
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