Sailing Sardinia and Corsica!

September 14 - 21, 2024  $1,395

 Two distinct, semi-autonomous cultures.  Sardinia is part of Italy, but with some Spanish history; Corsica, part of France, but the Italian influence is in everything from its food to its Tuscan dialect.  Sardinia is also a "blue zone", home to some of the longest-living people on earth.  Perhaps it's the mediterranean diet or the strength of community, but locals claim it's their famous red wine, Cannonau (Cabernet Franc)!

 We will spend much of our time exploring the undeveloped and protected islands of the La Maddalena National Park, exploring coves (calas) with hidden beaches and grottoes. These are perhaps the most beautiful beaches in Europe, with names like Pink Beach and Tahiti Beach.  We'll also visit amazing villages like Santa Teresa di Gallura (home to the highest-rated Vermentino wine), and the white-clifftop Bonifacio. 

"The La Maddalena archipelago is a paradise for nature lovers, beach goers, history buffs, and adventure seekers.  It is a place that will enchant you with its beauty and charm."


Corsica and Sardinia are only eight miles apart.  Sailing between them enables us to easily experience both.




  $2,790 for a double cabin.  Singles can pay $1,395 to share a cabin, or $2,300 for their own cabin.
  Repeat crew members, or those reserving before January 31, save $75.

  Space is reserved on the basis of when deposits are received.  $500 will reserve a space.

  Payment in full is due 60 days before the trip.

  Payment may be made via Paypal or Venmo: 

 Questions?:, or 407 687-8194

 Included in the cost:

  • Seven nights accommodation aboard a large modern sailboat
  • Sailing through the islands of Sardinia and to Corsica, with ample opportunities for hiking, swimming, snorkeling,
    and great food and wine!
  • licensed captain with over 20 years of experience
  • all onboard expenses including fuel, water, linens, towels.
  • mooring and docking fees
  • most meals, beverages and snacks (although you'll want to enjoy most dinners ashore!)

 Not included:

  • transportation to the yacht
  • excursions or rental gear
  • personal trip/medical insurance (recommended)

 Getting There:

The best airfares from the U.S. are typically found by finding a good fare to somewhere in Europe, preferably a city where you may want to layover, then connecting to Olbia (OLB), near where we'll board the yacht.  There are also ferries from Italy to Olbia, many overnight with private or shared cabins, a great way to save time and a hotel night.  I'll post updates on airfares here.


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