Our charter experts will understand your exact requirements as to where and when you would like to charter, whether you are looking at action and adventure, relaxation, site seeing or healthy charters.

Whatever or wherever you wish to experience we will make sure to organize it.

Challenge us with the most bizarre requirements and you will experience our capabilities.

The Maltese Islands

Known as the azure of the Mediterranean. With it’s mellow honey-coloured limestone which characterises the architecture, clear skies, colourful fiestas and wealth of historical attractions, the Maltese Islands are a feast for the senses.

Between one region and another, one can sense the difference!

The North, the most rugged of all Malta’s regions, offers spectacular views across to Comino and Gozo. It also has Malta’s most established beach and holiday resorts, Buġibba, Qawra, St. Paul’s Bay, and Malta’s largest sandy beach at Mellieħa including other larger sandy bays, Golden Bay, Għajn Tuffieħa and Paradise Bay.


Sliema and St. Julian’s are Malta’s main coastal resort towns and a heartland for shopping, entertainment and café life. They also house some of Malta’s newest hotels and apartments. Also, St. Julian’s and Paceville are Malta’s main nightlife areas.

The South is characterised by its fishing villages and quiet bays. It offers an authentic insight into Maltese rural life. It is also the location of two of Malta’s prehistoric temples, Ħagar Qim and Mnajdra. The region is largely undeveloped. Most hotels are in the harbour town of Marsaskala, a southern resort which bustles by night yet is charming and quiet by day.

Central Malta is dominated by Malta’s ancient capital, Mdina, a near perfect example of a medieval walled town. Beyond the walls, lies Rabat, a large town of Roman origin.

The central region has some of the most interesting inland options, ranging from palaces to town house hotels.


 Local Recommended Destinations

Malta is best seen and appreciated by sea. There are a number of spots around the Maltese Islands that are reachable only by sea. Visiting all these spots in one day might be very stressful, thus, we always recommend that if you decide to visit most of these spots you do so by chartering a yacht over a period of 2 to 3 days.

All our charters commence and end from either Portomaso Marina or Grand Harbour Marina. As part of our charter package, we offer free fuel up to 30 nautical miles. Beyond the 30 nautical miles we charge fuel at the market rate per liter consumed.

Below you will find recommended destinations around the Maltese Islands and their respective distances:

One way with no stops starting from Portomaso to:
Xlendi +/- 17NM
San Blas +/- 15NM
Blue Lagoon +/- 11NM
Mgarr ix-Xini +/- 14NM

One way with no stops starting from Blue Lagoon to:
Xlendi +/- 7NM
Dwejra +/- 9NM
Marsa L’Forn +/- 7NM



Starting from Portomaso and cruising via the Northern part of Malta to:

Mellieha Bay +/-9NM
Baia Beach +/-10NM
Cirkewwa/Paradise +/-11NM
Popeye Village +/-14NM
Golden Bay +/-15NM
Fomm ir-Rih +/-16NM
Blue Grotto +/-26NM

Round trip Gozo from/to Mgarr harbour +/- 20 NM

Starting from Portomaso and cruising via the Southern part of Malta to:
Hofriet +/-7NM
M’Xlokk +/-10NM
Blue Grotto +/-13NM
Fomm ir-Rih +/-23NM
Golden Bay +/-24NM
Popeye Village +/-26NM
Paradise Bay +/-28NM
Baia Beach +/-29NM
Back to Portomaso +/-40NM



Westen and Eastern Mediterranean

Let us know when you would like to charter and we will give you some incredible options on destinations and the right yachts to take you there. Below are some of the most sought after destinations in the Western and Eastern Mediterranean.


You may wish to experience the five villages of Cinque Terre, La Spezia, Portofino, the Island of Elba, the Amalfi coast including Capri or the magical Sardinia.


Croatia has an amazing 5,800km of coastline, 400km of which belongs to island, cliffs and reefs. There are 1,186 islands of which only 50 are populated. The water is crystal clear and the weather is superb. You will love this country and its surrounding and would surely want to return.


Every Greek Island has its own personal characteristics. There are cosmopolitan as well as deserted Islands. Some have an intense night life, while others are calmer. There are those who offer a variety of exhilarating water sport activities, those that give off an artistic flair, as well as the ultimate ones for relaxing. A truly classic and contemporary experience




Cote d’Azur 

This is certainly the most exclusive Riviera in the Western Mediterranean that includes Cap d’Antibes, Villefranche, Cap Ferrat and Monte Carlo.


Calvi to Bonifacio is the most spectacular destination. You can enjoy from historic towns to local markets to elegant quay with palm trees and great restaurants.


Certainly one of the most amazing yachting destination. The turquoise coast from Fethiye to Antalya is one of the most beautiful, dramatic cruising areas anywhere. Incredible nature reserves and rivers that provides the right tranquility and if you are looking for a more vibrant place then Bodrum is not to be missed, full of resorts, spas and beach clubs.


East of the Spanish mainland, Balearic Islands comprise of Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca and Menorca and offer everything from lively beaches and world-class clubs to prehistoric ruins and picturesque countryside.