Can anything be more liberating than holidaying on your own yacht, seeking out private spots with only your favourite people for a company? Most owners only use their yachts for a few weeks each year, however, making them an expensive luxury. For all the enjoyment at a fraction of the cost, entering into a yacht share is the answer. On a private yacht share, exquisite Mediterranean coastlines and islands are waiting to be explored. Discover them below.
For the ultimate in yacht share: Mediterranean countries to discover
Think French Riviera elegance, the bays and beaches of the Balearic Islands, Italy’s extravagant history and culture, and Croatia’s stunning, island-filled coastline. All these are within reach when you choose a yacht share in the Mediterranean.
French Riviera chic
The French Riviera, with its timeless elegance and wonderful cuisine has long been a favourite among A-Listers and the super-rich, and it’s easy to see why. From the vibrant, cultural cities of Nice and Marseille, to the beaches and clubs of St Tropez and the well-served yachting hub of Antibes, the French Riviera has it all.
Within easy reach during a French Riviera yacht share, Mediterranean island Corsica has a stunning, rugged coastline, clear shallow waters and glorious beaches, many of which are only accessible by boat.
Italy’s incredible islands and coast
Italy’s largest islands have plenty to offer. Sardinia’s glamorous Costa Smeralda in Porto Cervo provides a sophisticated summer haven for yacht owners Sicily is worth several visits, thanks to its UNESCO-protected historical treasures and waters teeming with marine life, while for inland adventures, a trip to Mount Etna is unforgettable.
The Italian coastline is a delight, from the Cinque Terre villages in Liguria down to the gloriously romantic Amalfi coast, and the islands of Capri and Ischia. With its beautiful historic architecture and amazing cuisine, Italy will keep you returning, year after year.
Also perfect for exploring on a yacht share, Mediterranean islands in Croatia number over a thousand, and the country has so many UNESCO heritage sites you’ll need several trips to see them all. If it’s nightlife you want, the island of Hvar oozes glamour and fun.
Island hopping in the Balearics
Having obtained your dream boat share, Spain should be another must-visit destination on your list. The Balearic Islands have it all – from the art and culture of Mallorca’s capital, Palma, to the natural beauty of Menorca and its palm-fringed coast.
Ibiza might have a reputation for partying, but it’s also blessed with immaculate beaches and coves. Formentera is the least visited of the islands, making it ideal for exploring during a boat share – Spain has so much to see and each time it will surprise and delight you.
Yacht co-ownership gives you all the freedom of a private yacht, with only a share of the purchase and maintenance costs. There’s no better way to experience the delightful Mediterranean coastlines and islands.
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