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About Amalfi

This stunning coastal area south of Naples between Capri, Sorrento and Salerno is one of Italy’s most memorable destinations, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites for its undisputed beauty and the uniqueness of its natural landscape, dotted with secluded coves and clear blue water….

About Genoa, Portofino & Rapallo

Genoa (Italian, Genova), with its dizzying mix of the old and new, of sophistication and squalor, is as multi-layered as the hills it clings to!

About Isola Capri

Twenty miles from Naples, rising abruptly out of the azure gulf, is the little island of Capri (about 2km long by 1.6km wide) drawing throngs of visitors and day-trippers throughout the summer.

About Isola Ischia

With its 62,733 inhabitants Ischia is the third most populated Italian island after Sicily and Sardinia.

About Isola Ponza

The Islands of Ponza and Gavi are the relics of an extinct volcano and have much rare flora and fauna, as well as some superb diving!

About Isola Procida

This small island between Naples and Ischia is another beautiful volcanic island.

About Isola d’Elba

The island of Elba is a 45 minute ferry ride from the mainland port of Piombin, yet offers something different to the mainland.

About Italy

Italy shares its northern Alpine boundary with France, Switzerland, Austria and Slovenia. Italy - Bella Italia, the Belpaese (Beautiful Country) - is a country of extremes, with something to offer every visitor…with some of the best shipyards in the world of superyachts!

About La Spezia, Viareggio, Livorno and Scarlino

This region of Liguria and Tuscany hosts a multitude of places to visit on charter or be based – for short periods or longer winter months.

About Naples

Naples' historic city centre is the largest in Europe and is listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site.

About Rome

As Italy’s capital city, Rome is the country's largest and most populated city with over 2.7 million residents.

About Sardinia

Known as ‘The Island of Wind’, Sardinia enjoys offshore breezes throughout each season, which happily reduces humidity and has made the island a top location to spend the summer.

About Sicily

Sicily's sunny, dry climate, natural beauty, cuisine, history and architecture attract many tourists from mainland Italy and abroad.

About Venice

At the very top of the Adriatic Sea lies the floating city of Venice, built on over 100 small islets within the Venetian Lagoon and separated from the sea by a strip of land called the Lido di Venezia.

Georgio Armani Superyacht Regatta

Held every June, this prestigious Superyacht Regatta starts the Superyacht Regatta Med season – with superb competitive racing over 4 days in the emerald waters off the coast of Sardinia and fabulous evening events at the Yacht Club Costa Smerlada in Porto Cervo.