Yacht Charter Sicily / Palermo Special Offers & Last Minute

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Period Yacht/Country/LocationDiscountPrice 
27/09/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter First 47.7 (4Cab)First 47.7 (4Cab) - 14.80 m, 8+2 pers
2007 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in Italy, Sicily / Palermo
First 47.7 (4Cab) B
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3640
3640 EUR
04/10/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Sun Odyssey 36i (3Cab)Sun Odyssey 36i (3Cab) - 10.94 m, 6 pers
2008 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in Italy, Sicily / Palermo
Sun Odyssey 36i (3Cab) B
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1400
1400 EUR
04/10/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Bavaria 40 Cruiser (3Cab)Bavaria 40 Cruiser (3Cab) - 11.99 m, 6 pers
2013 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in Italy, Sicily / Palermo
Bavaria 40 Cruiser (3Cab) B
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2220
2220 EUR
04/10/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Bavaria 39 Cruiser (3Cab)Bavaria 39 Cruiser (3Cab) - 12.14 m, 6+2 pers
2006 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in Italy, Sicily / Palermo
Bavaria 39 Cruiser (3Cab) B
Top deal offer
1620.000000000 EUR
04/10/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Dufour 40 (3Cab)Dufour 40 (3Cab) - 12.32 m, 6+2 pers
2007 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in Italy, Sicily / Palermo
Dufour 40 (3Cab) B
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1970
1970 EUR
04/10/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Beneteau Cyclades 43.3 (3Cab)Beneteau Cyclades 43.3 (3Cab) - 13.25 m, 6+2 pers
2006 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in Italy, Sicily / Palermo
Beneteau Cyclades 43.3 (3Cab) B
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1870
1870 EUR
04/10/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Bavaria 46 Cruiser (4Cab)Bavaria 46 Cruiser (4Cab) - 14.20 m, 8+2 pers
2007 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in Italy, Sicily / Palermo
Bavaria 46 Cruiser (4Cab) B
Top deal offer
2540.000000000 EUR
04/10/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter First 47.7 (4Cab)First 47.7 (4Cab) - 14.80 m, 8+2 pers
2007 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in Italy, Sicily / Palermo
First 47.7 (4Cab) B
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2940
2940 EUR
04/10/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Bavaria 50 Cruiser (5Cab)Bavaria 50 Cruiser (5Cab) - 15.40 m, 10 pers
2008 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in Italy, Sicily / Palermo
Bavaria 50 Cruiser (5Cab) B
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3040
3040 EUR
04/10/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Beneteau Cyclades 50.4 (4Cab)Beneteau Cyclades 50.4 (4Cab) - 15.62 m, 9+2 pers
2006 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in Italy, Sicily / Palermo
Beneteau Cyclades 50.4 (4Cab) B
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2640
2640 EUR
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The biggest island in the Mediterranean Sea is bound to have some of the best sailing opportunities in this part of the world. A name that is synonymous with the Mafia but also with endless olive, lemon and orange orchards, yacht charter Sicily is an old yet exciting place, full of mystery and fascinating stories.

The best way to describe Sicily's geographical position is that it's the piece of land sitting on the tip of the boot that is the Italian peninsula. It was born from volcanic activity which would explain the presence of one of the most famous volcanoes in Europe on the island: Mount Etna, still active to this day. There are 4 additional mountain ranges which form the Sicilian Apenines.

The shores of the island provide some spectacular views since there are many high cliffs on the north and west sides, while in the east and south there are lots of low bays and beaches. In fact, this is the place where you'll find most marinas.

The vegetation of the island presents itself in the form of endless orchards of olive trees, numerous vineyards and some native Sicilian species such as dwarf palms, oleanders, eucalyptus and pine trees, agaves, hibiscus and almonds. Around Mount Etna there is a large national park which rivals the one at the marshy coastline of Trapani which even has flamingoes.

The most important ports on the island are Catanis, Marsala, Milazzo, Portorosa and Palermo. Depeding from which side of the Mediterranean you're coming you're going to have to moor at any one of these places. The link with the Italian mainland is the port of Messina.

As far as the sailing season goes, the best time to visit yacht charter Sicliy is between May and October, when the majority of the time the weather is nice and sunny with sea breezes blowing from the northwest with a maximum of 15-20 knots.

Tides are virtually inexistent here like in so many other places in the Mediterranean, but there are some differences between the western side of the island which is more influenced by the oceanic tides and the eastern part of the island which remains largely unaffected.