The Italian Riviera is considered northern Italy’s most attractive stretch of coastline due to her outstanding natural beauty made of seaside cliffs and coves as well as to the glamorous yet laid-back charm of the small sea villages interspersed among them. The most popular stop-over are Portofino and Cinque Terre; we strongly suggest a visit to the nearby Tuscany with its relaxed atmosphere and endless vineyards and to the beautiful Elba Island, where Napoleon was sent to exile.Yachts available in Italian Riviera
Portofino is probably one of the most beautiful ports in Italy, a very glamorous place that gets even more exclusive at night, with its sparkling coast and its top-class restaurants. During the day it is worth paying a visit to the bay of San Fruttuoso, dominated by a medieval Abbey; here the world under the water is particularly rich in marine life, a paradise for snorkelers and divers. In Portofino, it’s great to eat on the harbour and the best restaurant is Da Puny.
The Cinque Terre are 5 tiny villages (Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore) perched over the Mediterranean and set along eighteen kilometres of sheer rocky coastline beneath steep terraced hills and vineyards. National Park and UNESCO protected territory since 1997, Cinque Terre are a combination of unique landscapes, crystal clear water and perfectly preserved ancient villages that remain miraculously unspoilt. For dinner head to Gianni Franzi in Riomaggiore for a solid, typical Ligurian meal or to Belforte in Vernazza for a romantic alfresco experience.
Tuscany is just a few hours navigation from Cinque Terre, and a stop-over in Viareggio will give the possibility to book a trip inland and visit the world-known cities of Lucca, Pisa and Florence or to explore the enchanting landscapes of Chianti and go on the ultimate wine-tasting experience. Alternatively, you can remain on the coast and experience the sparkling lifestyle of the beautiful Forte Dei Marmi and go clubbing in the world-famous La Capannina, where locals and tourists dance the night away since 1929.
Elba is the biggest island in the Tuscan Archipelago and is the ideal destination for those who seek a very active holiday. Walkers, hikers and mountain bikers will have the opportunity to explore one of the greenest islands in the Mediterranean while the laziest ones will have the chance to relax on its wide, sandy beaches. The isles of Capraia, Giglio and Giannutri are also well worth a visit.
Motor yacht - aluminum - 2010
Motor yacht - steel - 2019
Motor yacht - fiberglass - 2000
Sailing yacht - steel - 2000
Motor yacht - wood - 1975
A classic Lady of the seas: Nafisa is pleased to accept charter bookings for summer 2023, don't miss the chance!
Motor yacht - fiberglass - 1985
Sailing yacht - aluminum - 2011
Sailing yacht - fiberglass - 2006
Motor yacht - - 1995
Motor yacht - steel - 1991
Our long lasting C.A. Dp Monitor is is now ready to accept bookings for summer 2023 with a crew of 5, under the expert guidance of the new brilliant Captain Pasquale Tagliafierro!
Motor yacht - aluminum - 1964
Motor yacht - wood - 1970
Motor yacht - fiberglass - 2007
Motor yacht - fiberglass - 2016
Sailing yacht - mixed material - 2005
Motor yacht - fiberglass - 2009
Motor yacht - wood - 1966
Sailing yacht - wood - 1983
Motor yacht - steel - 2016
Motor yacht - fiberglass - 2009
Motor yacht - fiberglass - 2008
Motor yacht - fiberglass - 2012
Motor yacht - fiberglass - 2001
Motor yacht - fiberglass - 2018