Western Mediterranean

Spain & Balearics

East of Spain lie the 4 distinct islands of Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca and Menorca, each truly unique and distinct from mainland Spain.

Ibiza and its old capital is full of charm and attracts thousands of clubbers and gay visitors yearly with its uniquely bohemian character. Formentera boasts some of the best beaches in the Balearics and is well known for its rustic charm.

Mallorca is the largest and best known island out of the 4. Here you will find everything from beach clubs on the busier eastern side, to a bustling nightlife in the capital of Palma, as well as beautiful mountains for hiking and lovely old towns and villages. Explore secluded coves and the island’s rich history through musems, cathedrals and art.

Last but not least lies Menorca furthest to the North-East. This island attracts a more covert clientele with its vineyards, natural beaches, boutique hotels and breathtaking resorts in the countryside. There are also the two main towns to explore: Ciutadella and the capital Maó with the deepest harbour in the Mediterranean sea.

Central Mediterranean‭ ‬

Sardinia‭, ‬Corsica‭ & ‬Côte d‮’‬Azur

From the mountainous South of Sardinia, littered with beautiful villages and a pristine coastline to the jet-set North of the Costa Smeralda, this island is not only the largest but also one of the most diverse in the Mediterranean; Porto Rotondo has a charm like no other whilst Porto Cervo is magical at night. Scattered around these beautiful marina villages, you will find turquoise blue bays to anchor and enjoy the sea, sun and the yacht.

Skip over the North of Sardinia to Corsica and enter a different world. Explore Cavallo Island, the most spectacular archipelageo featuring its famous sculpturesque rocks. On to main island of Corsica you will be overwhelmed by the beauty of the coastline and the spectacular villages dotted amongst the high rising cliffs.

From St Tropez to Montecarlo, get a taste of the glamour, beauty and the jet-set lifestyle that is synonymous with the French Riviera. Enjoy a day in a secluded bay at Cap d’ Antibes or a night out at the film festival in Cannes. Revisit the scene of the popular 80’s film ‘Dirty rotten scoundrels’ set at Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, an iconic desitination featuring picturesque hotels, restaurants and beaches. Alternatively, enjoy the annual F1 Grand Prix in Monaco from the deck of your yacht.

Southern Mediterranean‭ ‬

Italy‭, ‬Sicily and Malta

Italy is well known for an array of unique destinations from Portofino and Cinque Terre in the North to Ponza, Capri and the Amalfi Coast further South. Spoilt for choice, let yourself be embraced by Italian culture and its delicious cuisine.

Stop over in the Aeolian Islands North of Sicily and experience the most active volcano in Europe, erupting every 8 minutes. Island hop from Panarea to Lipari down to Vulcano on your journey to Sicily where you will encounter some of the most mesmerising villages like Milazzo and Taormina, quaintly tucked away in the mountains.

Malta boasts such a rich and diverse history, it is difficult to keep track of who ruled this very prevalent and important shipping hub in the Mediterranean sea. This small island has a lot to offer, from the capital of Valletta, once ruled by knights, to the spectacular coastline stretching up to the sleepy northern island of Gozo. With a very strong cultural tie to art and food, you will be thrilled with what Malta and its friendly locals have to offer. It is also one of the few countries in Europe where English is an official language thus making it easy to explore and travel around.

Eastern Mediterranean‭ ‬

Croatia‭, ‬Montenegro‭, ‬Turkey and Greece

North of the Adriatic sea lies Croatia, a naturtally beautiful country with over 718 islands and 389 islets making it the second largest archipelago in the Mediterranean sea. From Cavtat near Montenegro to Split, Vela Luca all the way up to Rovinj, you will be spoilt for choice with beautiful bays, pebbly beaches and serene forests. Croatia also has some of the best National parks to visit, including Krka and Plitvice lakes.

Montenegro is a Balkan country dotted with craggy mountains, breathtaking forests and a beautiful coastline.The bay of Kotor that resembles a fjord is lined with beautiful churches and fortified towns.

Turkey is an inspiring place with a bustling history, rich foods, busy towns and a beautiful coastline. Enjoy a day in Istanbul visiting the Blue Mosque and the Grand Bazaar or go off the beaten path and explore the sheer beauty that this diverse country has to offer.

With an array of picturesque islands, there will not be a moment of doubt that Greece is the ultimate cruising destination. Enjoy the bluest of blue waters surrounding rocky isles and some of the tastiest food and drinks accompanied by traditional Bazuki music.