Set sail with one of the boats, carefully selected by BeBlue, towards the coast of Sardinia, a land rich in history since ancient times, ready to amaze you with its countless natural landscapes that will leave you breathless. An ideal destination for those who want to take a break from their hectic everyday life, an oasis of peace and relaxation where you can enjoy excellent traditional food. Sardinia is a region to be explored in the alternation of its different landscapes, walking among the typical flora and fauna of the island. Immerse yourself in the small traditional villages, get in touch with the welcoming warmth of the local population, always ready to offer you a glass of myrtle and carasau bread. Selected catamarans and sailing boats are waiting for you to set sail through Sardinia, in Italy. Contact us for a personalised estimate.


DEPARTURE BASE Marina Olbia, Sardinia
Marina Cannigione
Marina Alghero
Marina Portisco
Martina Porto Pozzo
DEPARTURE TIME 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
Sailing boat or catamaran
First and last night in Marina
Bed linen
Route and wheater forecast briefing

Not included services

Final cleaning (from €130)
Fuel (approx. €150)
Skipper (from 1.260€)
Hostess (from 850€)
Outboard engine for dinghy (from 60€)
Ports and buoys extra (circa 100€)
Provisioning on-line with delivery on board

Starting from €2200 per week per boat with 3 cabins and 1 bathroom. All prices quoted are per week.

Sailing boats and catamarans are available with 4/5 double cabins and 3/4 bathrooms, perfect for groups of 6 to 10 people. 


The main airports connecting Sardinia are Olbia (OLB) and Alghero (AHO). 
Depending on the boarding Marina, the journey time from Olbia airport varies from 5 to 30 minutes by taxi or private transfer. 
Please do not hesitate to contact us: we are available for advice.

Additional information

Language Italian and English
Class Rent
How to come AIRPLANE: Cagliari Elmas Airport (CAG), AIRPLANE: Olbia Airport (OLB)
Product ID 119
Northern Sardinia, Italy - ID 119

Northern Sardinia, Italy - ID 119 View MoreLess

Northern Sardinia, Italy - ID 119

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

From Olbia we head north towards the first island of La Maddalena National Park: Caprera. You will be immerdiately enchanted by the beauty of the Sardinian coasts, luxuriant and full of flowers, washed by a sea with thousands of blue shades. Caprera will welcome you with its wild and jagged coasts, covered by pine groves and scented junipers, and the crystal clear and pure waters that have earned it the tiltle of Natural Reserve in 1982. Mooring at anchor under a sky full of stars.

Day 3

From Caprera we sail to the north until we reach Budelli, one the most interesting and fascinating navigation areas in the archipelago of La Maddalena. Privately owned and completely uninhabited, Budelli shows an amazing palette of colors where its granitic cliffs, covered by a thick vegetation and enriched by enchanting pink sand beaches, fuse together with sapphire blue waters.

Day 4

After a last dive in the crystal clear waters of Budelli, we sail peacefully to the south to reach Spargi. This little private island, famous for its eastern beaches (Cala Corsara, Cala Connari, Cala Granara), is full of inlets surrounded by big granitic rocks carved by the wind, where you can moor in complete tranquillity. The luxuriant vegetation covering the whole island expands until the water edge of the beautiful super-white sand beaches, and the water has an intense emerald color. A true corner of paradise, all for you.

Day 5

We take off for a day dedicated to a nice and exciting sailing in the famous sea crossing that separates Sardinia from Corsica, to arrive in the enchanted Bonifacio in the afternoon. This 70 meters high magnificent town with steep and narrow alleys, built on white stone cliffs carved by the wind and the sea, will open its doors to you for a suggestive dinner. From its walls you can enjoy an unforgettable view, with the sun going down over the turquoise waters of the Bocche di Bonifacio.

Day 6

In the early morning, we set sail from Bonifacio to go back to Sardinia and anchor in the homonymous southern bay on the island of Santa Maria. Its crystal clear waters and sandy seabeds are waiting for you, and you can moor in peace to go ashore and have a walk on the wide white beach. Taking the path that leads to the Lighthouse of Punta Filetto, you can admire a wonderful panorama on the whole archipelago and the Bocche di Bonifacio.

Day 7

From Santa Maria, we proceed towards the south until the island of La Maddalena, which is the biggest in the archipelago with its 45 km coastline. What makes this island special is the hinged configuration of its granitic coasts, defining jagged and often hardly accessible edges. It is full of inlets and small coves that will offer you many picture-perfect views. The picturesque centre surely deserves a nice walk on its narrow unpaved alleys, from where you can admire ancient palaces from the 18th century. Return to the Marina at 18:00 with overnight stay in the port included.

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.

Sardinia is an island that contains both nature and traditions. The numerous bays will amaze you for the contrast created between white sand and the different blue shades. We suggest you to organise and excursion to discover the most unpolluted nature, for example to the Supramonte canyon; also a visit to the archeoligical site of Tiscali or through an ancient nuraghe's village. Don't lose a degustation full of the Sardinian cuisine: fresh fish soups, porceddu (rosted pig), seadas (sweet) and carasau bread, always with a good glass of local wine.