Have you chosen a sailing cruise in the Cyclades, in the Mediterranean or simply to go to Corsica or Brittany? A trip on board a sailboat is the gateway to more than fifty of the world’s most coveted destinations.
Where to go on a sailboat cruise?
The luxury is to travel wherever you want, across continents and oceans: the West Indies and the Caribbean, the Balearics, Croatia, the Greek Islands, the Mediterranean, the Seychelles, Turkey, Thailand and many other countries. As with river cruises, some maritime cruises are open all year round.
The offers are at your convenience, adapted to your budget and your expectations. Discounted packages and promotional rates, as well as “last minute departures” will also be offered.
Whether with family or friends, you will not choose a Maritima yacht charter, by chance and according to the same criteria. Depending on your objective, sailing course, discovery cruise, relaxing day with the family, sports or quiet sailing, simple sea trip, diving trip, we do not prepare ourselves in the same way. It is quite possible to combine several things during a cruise. A program on board a sailboat can be conceived as follows: idleness, discovery of the places and underwater world, relaxation with friends, barbecue and navigation.
The possibility of building a tailor-made itinerary, whether for a few days or 2 weeks, will allow you to enjoy a unique sailing experience.
In terms of dates, destinations and routes, types of boats, locations, options, all types of advice will be provided. As well as any request for information is welcome.
For a better navigation, an experienced team and skippers are at your disposal before and during your cruise.
Types of sailboats
The monohulls all have a different configuration with, for each of them, their specificities: sail area, engine power, weight and technical performance. Depending on the type of cruise you want to experience, luxury sailing, a cheap sailing cruise, many variations can exist.
The many sailboat manufacturers have designed boats such as Bavaria Yachts, Hanse, Jeanneau, Dufour, Elan, Beneteau, etc. They are generally pleasure boats. Designed to accommodate several people, with or without cabins, the navigation areas and living areas are only reserved for this purpose. State-of-the-art navigation equipment can lighten the captain’s mission: GPS chartplotter, depth sounder, autopilot, log, etc. In the same way, various equipment will be available to ensure passenger comfort.