My Bubu, with its 28 metres and 8 cabins, is a spacious and welcoming gulet, perfect for a holiday in the Aeolian Islands or on the Amalfi Coast. Equipped with every comfort, it can accommodate up to 12 people in double and triple cabins. The captain and his crew, with their long sailing experience, will accompany you on a discovery of the southern Tyrrhenian Sea, with a route designed ad hoc according to your needs.

STARTING POINTS

Palermo, Sicily: Egadi Islands Itinerary
Capo d'Orlando, Sicily: Aeolian Islands Itinerary
Salerno, Campania: Cilento and Amalfi Coast Itinerary

TIME OF DEPARTURE Check-in at 5:00 pm on Saturday - Check-out at 9:00 pm on the following Saturday

Included services

Travel assistance and registration fee
Double cabin spot
Italian Skipper
Cook
Hostess
Deckhand
Bed linen and towels
Final cleaning
Fuel
Dinghy with outboard engine
Snorkeling equipment
Sup and Kayak
Tourist tax
Fishing tackle

Not included services

Flight tickets
Transfers to/from the Marina
Harbour and buoy fees
Extra drinks and alcoholic beverages
Half board 350€
Full board €450
Multi-risk insurance (Covid-19 and cancellation)
PRICES

from 15,500€ per week per exclusive boat

Additional information

Language Italian and english.
Class Gulet
How to come TRAIN: Salerno central station, AIR: Palermo International Airport (PMO), AIR: Trapani International Airport (TPS), AIR: Naples international Airport (NAP)
Product ID 491
Aeolian Islands, Italy - ID 11

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Aeolian Islands, Italy - ID 11

Day 1: Check-in

Check-in available from 5 p.m. at the embarkation Marina. After the technical check-in and a short presentation of the boat, you can take your seat in the cabins and board the galley before setting sail.

Day 2

We depart from Portorosa, sailing to the north in the direction of the beautiful island of Lipari. With its 37 square km surface shaped in the course of the centuries by no less than 12 volcanoes, this island is the biggest of the Aeolians and is around 20 nm away from the Sicilian coasts. Mountainous and with jagged coasts, it shows its volcanic nature along all its coastline, where you can find a deep cave after another, suggestive beaches and ample bays surrounded by red cliffs and white pumice stones. You can stop for a dive nearby the little coves of Portinente, Vinci and Punta del Perciato, or the secret beach of Acquacalda. Porto Pignataro and the Marina Lunga beach will be a good dock for the night.

Day 3

We sat sail from Lipari, proceeding on our route with a nice sailing to the north to reach Stromboli. The volcano from which the island originates is one of the six volcanoes in the world that are “constantly” active. The island coastline is full of caves and bays with wide black sand beaches, but also small hidden coves where you can stop for a dive in the crystal clear water with a thousand shades of blue. The little hamlet close to the sandy beach of Punta Lena certainly deserves a visit.

Day 4

After breakfast, we weigh anchor to the southwest in the direction of Salina. This island with high cliffs plunging steeply into a blue sea is the greenest of all the Aeolian Islands covered with ferns, olive and fruit trees. You can moor in the beautiful harbour of Santa Marina and go ashore to visit the pretty town with its marvellous 18th-century church and characteristic bell towers. This will be the perfect opportunity to enjoy dinner ashore and savour the tasty local cuisine.

Day 5

We set sail early in the morning from Santa Marina for a stop north of Salina. The picturesque bay of Pollara with its beautiful beach and uninhabited fishermen's cottages is a postcard sight not to be missed. After lunch you set sail again eastwards to Panarea. Here crystal-clear waters, scenic cliffs and enchanting seabed await you, making this island a popular destination for divers and snorkellers. You can drop anchor at Cala Junco, one of the most exciting landings in the Aeolian Islands, and go ashore for an excursion to the ruins of an ancient prehistoric village.

Day 6

From Panarea you set anchor for a morning sail westwards towards the island of Filicudi. It will immediately enchant you with its beautiful coastline where sheer cliffs and stacks alternate with beautiful flat beaches such as Capo Graziano. With the tender you can explore the numerous caves, the most famous of which is certainly the cave of the Bue Marino, with its incredible crystal-clear blue seabed.

Day 7

From Filicudi, set sail southeast to the beautiful island of Vulcano. Famous for its thermal springs and healing muds, it offers an unparalleled spectacle from the sea: the Grotta del Cavallo (Horse Cave), the Piscina di Venere (Venus Pool), the beaches to the south and the numerous coves to the west. An excursion ashore to climb the slopes of the volcano and admire from above the spectacle of the surrounding islands and the isthmus connecting Vulcano to Vulcanello is not to be missed. Return to the Marina at 18:00 hours with overnight stay in the port included.

Day 8: Check-out

Disembarkation is scheduled at 09:00 on Saturday.

The itinerary may be subject to variations based on weather conditions, safety conditions and the technical assessments of the captain of the boat. This program is intended as indicative and not binding.

Amalfi Coast - ID 144

Amalfi Coast - ID 144 View MoreLess

Amalfi Coast - ID 144

Day 1 - Check-in:

Check-in available from 17:00 at the Embarkation Marina. After the technical check-in and a brief presentation of the boat, you will be able to take your place in the cabins and embark the galley before setting sail.

Day 2

From Salerno you sail along the coast towards the town of Amalfi. Along the way you can stop for lunch at anchor in one of the beautiful coves that can only be reached by sea or stop for a dip near the Amalfi Coast's most famous and lively beaches. We suggest you go ashore to visit the enchanting seaside village of Amalfi, rich in charm and history and with unparalleled architectural wonders.

Day 3

You set sail from Amalfi early in the morning for a beautiful sail along the coast to the renowned island of Capri. A unique panorama unfolds in front of your bow: the azure island rising elegantly and strikingly in front of the Bay of Naples. It will enchant you with its seductive beauty, lush coastline, high cliffs, hidden beaches, gigantic stacks, and the unmissable Blue Grotto, all set in a crystal-clear sea of extraordinary beauty. Impossible not to go ashore and pop into the lively Piazzetta just in time for an aperitif.

Day 4

From Capri we sail in the direction of one of the most beautiful and characteristic islands of the Flegree archipelago: Procida. Time for sunbathing and relaxation in one of its beautiful bays to arrive before sunset in the ancient fishing harbour at Chiaiolella. Here you will find a place with a magical and romantic atmosphere and it will be the perfect opportunity to dine ashore and enjoy fresh fish dishes in one of the many small restaurants along the waterfront.

Day 5

After breakfast we set sail to circumnavigate the nearby island of Ischia. With its 18 miles of beaches, bays and inlets, lush, luxuriant vegetation and renowned thermal waters, Ischia is the largest of the islands of the Neapolitan archipelago and is not called 'the garden of Europe' for nothing. A dip in the beautiful bay of San Pancrazio or in the suggestive bay of the 'Scarrupata' beach, which can only be reached by sea, is not to be missed. To the west of the Isthmus of Sant'Angelo you will find the Sorgeto bay, whose hot water springs will give you the wellness of a real thermal bath.

Day 6

From Ischia you sail south towards Sorrento. This magical town situated on a 50-metre high rocky outcrop is a veritable terrace overlooking the sea, from where you can admire the entire Gulf from Naples to Capri to the unmistakable outline of Vesuvius to the east. The city's strengths are certainly its architectural beauty and breathtaking views, not to mention its rich culinary tradition. A dinner of gnocchi alla sorrentina and stuffed cuttlefish is a must.

Day 7

After breakfast you sail south at leisure. After passing Punta Campanella you can stop at anchor for a dip and lunch in complete relaxation. In the afternoon you will head towards the fashionable town of Positano, which will enchant you with its typically Mediterranean architecture, the small streets in the centre with its beautiful craft shops and small shops where you can buy typical lemon sweets and liqueurs. Strolling through the historic village you can walk along the characteristic stairways and admire the enchanting view of the bay below. Return to the Marina at 18:00 with overnight stay in the port included.

Day 8: Check-out

Disembarkation is scheduled at 09:00 on Saturday. 

The itinerary may be subject to variations based on weather conditions, safety conditions and the technical assessments of the captain of the boat. This program is intended as indicative and not binding.

Aegadian Islands, Italy - ID 301

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Aegadian Islands, Italy - ID 301

Day 1: Check-in

Check-in available from 17:00 at the Embarkation Marina. After the technical check-in and a brief presentation of the boat, you will be able to take your place in the cabins and embark the galley before setting sail. Dinner can be prepared on board or in a typical restaurant on the Marsala waterfront, and then we can visit the city's characteristic historic centre. We will spend the night in port.

Day 2

In the morning we set off for Favignana and land in one of its enchanting coves: a swim in its blue waters, lunch on board, and you are ready to dock at the port. Favignana is the butterfly-shaped island, landing place of the mythical Ulysses where everything refers to the sea: the ancient traditions linked to tuna fishing make it a much sought-after destination for fans of this fish. A sunset dive off the island and dinner under the stars are the crowning glory of a day as magical as the land that hosts us.

Day 3

Today we will sail with full sails off Favignana to enjoy its enchanting sea: sky, sea and land come together in an unforgettable landscape. An aperitif on the boat with good music will accompany another evening with our new friends!

Day 4

In the morning we set anchor and sail to Levanzo, the smallest and wildest of the Egadi Islands. Here there are no roads or cars and the scents of the Mediterranean maquis are so intense that they leave an indelible mark on its visitors, ideal for trekking lovers. Evening by boat accompanied by good Sicilian wine that encapsulates all the fragrances of this land.

Day 5

Stay in Levanzo, moored at anchor, for suggestive swims in the quiet of a deserted beach and to admire the fish that populate the coast: the blue of the sea will never seem so intense. At dinner, you can enjoy the island's culinary specialities.

Day 6

In the morning we set sail for Marettimo, a green island, rich in springs and spectacular sea caves. Marettimo is topped by a high mountain with rocks very similar to the Dolomites, overlooking a deep turquoise sea, not far away, two imposing rocks: Maraone and Formica. Scuba diving enthusiasts will be able to explore the countless sea cavities surrounding this paradise. After an intense day at sea, a cool aperitif all together admiring the sunset while waiting for dinner in the harbour is just what you need! The evening will be marked by music at La Scaletta, a club with a typical marine atmosphere, overlooking the harbour.

Day 7

On the last day of navigation, we sail to Marsala to spend the night in the port. Dinner on board or in a restaurant on the seafront rounds off the week: a farewell toast to new friends and the splendid sea, stifling the sadness of having finished this Egadi adventure. Return to the Marina at 18:00 with overnight stay in port included.

Day 8: Check-out

Disembarkation is expected by 09:00 on Saturday.

The itinerary may be subject to variations based on weather conditions, safety conditions and the technical assessments of the captain of the boat. This program is intended as indicative and not binding.

AVAILABLE BOAT CLASSES

CAICCO
Class: Luxury

CAICCO "MY BUBU" (1998) View MoreLess

Technical Sheet:
Model CAICCO "MY BUBU" (1998)
Type Luxury
Year 1998 (Total refit 2018)
Length 28.00 m
Width 6.50 m
Sail area 380.00 mq
Cabins 6 double + 2 triple + 2 crew
Beds 16 + 4 crew
WC/Shower 8 + 2 crew

Boat models, technical specifications and options may be subject to change. BeBlue organises crews by balancing age, gender and specific requests of participants and reserves the right to make free upgrades to higher classes if needed. All boats are selected with care and experience.

BeBlue reserves the right to replace any boat in or out of the catalogue with another of similar class and quality.

CLASS: 27 METERS GULET

If you are looking for a modern and luxurious gulet, Morning Star is the boat you were looking for. With its 27 meters of length, modern features and a warm and welcoming atmosphere, it has all the space for some holidays in style. You'll notice it from the moment you enter the large main hall, where the large windows let in plenty of natural light and guarantee a perfect view of the landscape. From the living room you can access the elegant and comfortable cabins, all with A/C and private bathrooms, located 2 in the front and 4 in the rear part of the gulet.

On the outside of the gulet you will find a large outdoor dining area with table and chairs for everyone and a large and cozy sofa to relax in the shade on sunny afternoons. In the front you can instead enjoy the sun and the sea breeze, lying on the comfortable sun mattresses. The beauty of this gulet can only be overcome by the friendliness and professionalism of its crew. On board Morning Star you will find great professionalism and hospitality, on an enchanted route for a holiday to be enjoyed in absolute relaxation.

Technical sheet:

Type Gulet
Model Gulet of 27 meters
Year 2008 (total refit 2016)
Length 27 mt
Width 7.5 mt
Sail area 90 sm
Cabins 6 doubles + 2 crew
Berths 12 + 4 crew
WC/shower 6 +2 crew

Available accomodations:
- 2 cabins with double bed (cm 135×200)
- 2 cabins with double bed (cm 135x200) and a single bed (cm 80x200)
- 2 cabins with single bed (cm 80x200)

Water sports:
- canoe
- water skii
- snorkeling equipment
- SUP

The rental price includes: accommodation on the yacht, 4 crew members, crew fees and per diem, Croatian VAT, fuel for the main engines up to 4 hours a day, generator fuel up to 12 hours of use per day, bed linen and towels, yacht insurance, on-board service, tourist taxes, yacht cleaning, use of leisure equipment on board, Wi-Fi.

On board meals (prices per week per person) treatment of your choice:
- half board (breakfast and lunch) € 300,00
- full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner) € 500,00

Drinks  (prices per week per person):
- drinks on payment on consumption – see the bar price list
- national drinks package “all inclusive” (croatian beer, wine, water, drinks, coffee, tea and all croatian alcoholic drinks): € 150,00
- drinks package “all inclusive non alcoholic”: € 80,00
-beverage supply service based on customer specifications: 600 € per week / reservation

Mandatory services:
- half board: € 300,00 person / week
- costs for ports and marina

Optional services:
- full board: € 500,00 person / week
- entrance tickets for the National Parks
- transfer with the mini-van
- additional meals: € 35,00 each 

Notes:
- food for kids 0-2 years old: free
- food for kids 2-12 years old: 50% discount