There are plenty of amazing locations in the world where you can enjoy great sailing and exciting foods and entertainment. If you want to experience something new, sailing the seven seas is definitely an adventure you will remember for the rest of your life.
Yacht ownership comes with many perks, one being that you can choose where to sail, either via an exchange program or by physically transporting your yacht to a new location. Let’s explore some amazing sailing locations around the world.
An amazing archipelago, azure waters, warm breezes and delicious food and drinks. Visiting the islands of Mykonos, Kos or Santorini with their whitewashed and picturesque villages will make you feel like you stepped into a postcard, and if you are a history buff, then your interests will be fulfilled even further.
Sailing conditions are usually great, with bad weather rare and a pleasant breeze filling sails at most times. In the high season (summer months) there is a general warning to stay away from the Aegean Sea due to strong winds (Meltemi), which applies to sailors of all levels of expertise.
This gem of a destination is growing more and more popular for sailors; seize the opportunity of exploring the coast of Croatia before it’s too late. With rich history in the UNESCO World Heritage sites like Dubrovnik and Hvar, activities like cave exploring or hiking and pristine beaches, Croatia’s coast has something to offer for everyone.
Best time to sail the coast of Croatia is early spring (April/May) and early fall (September/October) due to there being less tourists, mild weather and calm seas. If you want to go in the summer months, there’ll be more people in your favourite town (so normally a good atmosphere) and warmer water for swimming.
It should not come as a surprise that this tropical paradise is ranked as one of the best vacation spots in the world. Warm climate, cold drinks, perfect beaches and a great variety of activities; the Caribbean islands have everything you could ever want on a sailing holiday. Anything from the British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Antigua or even Mexico. Choose your itinerary and set sail.
Summer and early fall is usually the hurricane season, where rain and strong winds can be present, while the winter months offer slightly cooler weather and less stormy weather.
Yacht ownership can give the chance to travel to all these locations. Place your yacht in a charter program and enjoy the benefits of being able to choose where to go!