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Yacht Charter Sardinia

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Sardinia offers excellent opportunities for sailing and exploring its beautiful coastline, with a range of marinas and ports to choose from. One of the most popular ports to rent a sailboat in Sardinia is Porto Cervo, located in the northeast of the island. With crystal clear waters, stunning beaches, and picturesque villages, Sardinia is an ideal destination for a sailing vacation.

The winds of Sardinia

Bora (NE)

The island of Sardinia can be affected by Bora winds, which blow from the northeast. These winds can bring cold and dry air from the Balkans, creating choppy sea conditions and making sailing more challenging. However, they can also provide a thrilling sailing experience for more experienced sailors. When planning a sailing trip to Sardinia, it is important to keep an eye on weather forecasts and sea conditions, especially during the fall and winter months when Bora winds are more prevalent.

Tramontana (N to NW)

The Tramontana winds blow from the north to northwest and can affect Sardinia, particularly the northern and western parts of the island. These winds can create choppy sea conditions and bring cooler temperatures, but they are generally less severe than the Mistral. During the summer months, the Tramontana can provide ideal sailing conditions with steady breezes for enjoyable cruising along the island's beautiful coastline. As with any sailing trip, it is essential to keep an eye on weather forecasts and sea conditions when planning a sailing trip to Sardinia.

Jugo (SE)

The Jugo winds, which blow from the southeast, can also affect Sardinia, particularly the southern part of the island. These winds are typically warm and humid and can bring rain and thunderstorms, creating potentially dangerous sailing conditions. It is important to monitor weather forecasts and sea conditions when sailing in Sardinia to avoid being caught in unfavorable conditions. However, during the summer months, the Jugo winds can also provide pleasant sailing conditions with steady breezes for enjoyable cruising along the island's stunning coastline.

Mistral (NW)

The Mistral winds are among the most famous in Sardinia, and they blow from the northwest. These winds are typically dry and cold and can create choppy sea conditions that may be challenging for novice sailors. However, for experienced sailors, the Mistral winds can provide an exciting and invigorating sailing experience. The Mistral is most common during the spring and summer months and can provide excellent sailing conditions for exploring the island's many bays, coves, and beaches.

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Free Deposit Pack

With FDP (Free Deposit Pack), you have the chance to avoid a full security deposit and lock in your funds. Just pay 20% upfront (non-refundable), and experience a hassle-free journey. * The price of the FDP rises to 25% if booked less than 30 days before the charter.