Baisa 63

Sardinia , Italy
# 3133
from $3,920.00 / Day

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Baia 63 comes equipped with 2,400 horsepower and alison drives to get you to all of the top local destinations quickly. With sunpads up front and plenty of seating in the stern, this is an amazing choice for your offshore day in Sardinia. Price listed is for high season (August). Please inquire for lower pricing during other months.

Información del bote

Longitud
61
Capacidad de pasajeros
10
Capacidad de la tripulación
2
Sleep Capacity
6
Año de construcción
2008
Capacidad de combustible
900
Cancellation Policy
30 days

Instalaciones

Snorkeling Gear
No
Food/Snacks
Snack Included
Paddleboards
No
Inflatable Extras
No
Boat type
Power
Fishing Gear
No
Tender
No
Local Cruising Fuel
Not Included
Languages Spoken
English, Italian
Crew
Captain, Mate
Towels
Included
Model
2008 Baia 63
Boat category
Cruiser, Motor Yacht

Precios

Charter - Full day (Full day)
$3,920.00
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Sardinia

Sardinia

Discover one of Italy’s Most Diverse Regions. What most people don’t realize is that Italy is highly regional. The cuisine and culture of Sardinia are much different from that of Rome, Naples or even Sicily. Sardinia was once home to a bronze age civilization whose traces can be felt in the mysterious nuraghe which dot the island. Motorcycle and car enthusiasts can revel on some of the best roads of Europe where manufacturers like BMW and Ducati actually shoot most of their commercials. You can even discover quieter places like Cala Luna, a small cove reachable only by boat with turquoise waters. Sardinia is its own unique world and there’s no better way to experience it than by boat. Reserve your charter now to get a taste of this amazing place for yourself.

Sail Out to the Maddalena Archipelago. There are many different boating adventures in Sardinia. From enjoying windsurfing and fishing to exploring the many coves and lagoons, the opportunities for adventure are endless. For those looking to try something a little off the beaten path, heading out to the northern Maddalena Archipelago can show you a different side of Sardinia. Here you can experience the pristine nature and quieter look at this simply stunning set of islands.

Relax in Style on the Emerald Coast. Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda (Emerald Coast) has long been the stomping grounds of the international jet set. With its amazing beaches, shimmering clear waters and exciting restaurants and nightclubs, it’s the best place to really let your worries go. From the main town of Porto Cervo, you can enjoy it all from sampling local specialties like seafood fregola with saffron or spaghetti with sea urchin to discovering beautiful cathedrals that house Renaissance classics. You can even see paintings from the master El Greco.

The large Italian island of Sardinia is an absolute gem. With nearly 1,000 miles of coastline, beautiful beaches, and rugged mountains, it’s simply breathtaking. Scattered throughout the island are the mysterious Nuraghi— Bronze Age ruins resembling stone beehives. From its millennia-old capital of Cagliari and its medieval town center to the famed Emerald Coast, the vacation destinations of the world’s rich and famous, Sardinia is the total package for the perfect getaway.

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