Corsica & Sardinia

Corsica & Sardinia yacht charter

A luxury yacht charter to Corsica is an excellent opportunity to explore this lush, mountainous island. Fringed by plunging cliffs and beaches lapped by the warm waters of the Mediterranean, you’ll have the chance to enjoy some of the best snorkelling and diving in the area.

Sail south on board a yacht charter to Sardinia and discover another dazzling island gem.  Here, anchor in one of its tiny coves for private swimming and sunbathing, or immerse yourself in nature as you cruise around its outlying islands.

For more hedonistic pleasures, moor at Porto Cervo for pampering spa treatments, afternoon cocktails, and late-night parties on the beach.

  • Best time to visit
    May - September
  • Getting there
    Figari Sud Corse Airport and more
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Getting there

Figari Sud Corse Airport
Olbia Costa Smeralda Airport
Cagliari Elmas Airport

Events in Corsica & Sardinia

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Just 60 km from Bastia, Centauri is a haven of peace, away from the crowds, Le Vieux Moulin offers the charms of a simple cuisine made with shellfish, fish and local organic produce.
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Experience live taste experiences where simplicity and sincerity are celebrated in the colours, aromas and flavours of the Mediterranean. Harmonious cuisine that revels in the riches of southern gastronomy.
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From Tuesday to Saturday, discover fine evening dining crafted by Chef Alexis Vergnory, as well as lunch on Sunday and Monday, where the relaxed La Table du Marché brings to you the best local and seasonal produce.
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Murtoli offers local produce from the soil and the sea. Savour veal and lamb raised on our farm, fruits and vegetables from our garden, olive oil from our mill, cunningly seasoned with the scents of regional Maquis herbs.
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U Capu Biancu
Experience the sweet scents of Corsican olive oil, wild arba barona thyme and nepita marjolaine, seasonal and natural. Spontaneous, authentic and sustainable, our cuisine awakens your taste buds with aromatic herbs, tender meats and fresh fish, juicy fruits and vegetables and full-bodied wines in a convivial family ambiance.
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Hôtel & Spa Des Pêcheurs
A unique Mediterranean culinary experience in extraordinary surroundings with spectacular sea views. Each dish is created according to the season and represents the perfect harmony between Italian and French culinary traditions.
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La Casitta
An excellent restaurant on an island with four independent rooms and a villa, arrive by tender or helicopter to this privileged location in the Porto della Madonna, the most beautiful body of water in the Mediterranean.
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La Scogliera
Expect unforgettable culinary experiences to remember with the best from the sea. The quality of the catch from the clear and wonderful waters of La Maddalena ensures daily fish and crustacea of the highest quality.
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Showcasing the philosophy of Eno-Gastro-Edonism, this Porto Cervo restaurant is where Chef Italo Bassi delivers the Italian tradition enriched by exotic fragrances, treasured ingredients, typical Sardinian produce and excellent seafood crudités.
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Al Pescatore
Mediterranean flavours with fresh, local ingredients from aperitif to dinner and through the evening in a very exclusive location. A reference point for seafood lovers with the two Michelin stars Chef Antonio Mellino, from Ristorante Quattro Passi in Nerano, Naples.
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Marriott - Hôtel Romazzino
The exceptionally diverse cuisines of Sardinia, fresh coastal seafood from local waters to hearty meats and homemade pastas, reflect the island's rich history with influences from the Phoenicians to the Spanish, accompanied by spectacular views over Romazzino Bay.
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Santa Giulia
There are a number of stunning beaches within a few miles of Porto Vecchio but the best of them all is the horseshoe-shaped Santa Giulia bay with its warm, shallow, lagoon-like turquoise waters.
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Calvi Beach
This 6km-long sweeping beach enjoys some of the clearest waters, drawing snorkellers from far and wide, framed by stunning views of the centuries-old citadel and old port. Pairing privacy with mouth-watering eateries, pine woods and mountains, jazz beats can be heard floating on the breeze thanks to Calvi’s year-round festival vibe.
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Arinella Beach
Arinella is another snorkeller’s haven. Thanks to Corsica’s warm Mediterranean climate the vast inviting waters with near-perfect visibility swarm with varied and abundant sea plants and animals. A sailing vacation here will deliver daily watersports, breath-taking views and a romantic stroll through Place St Nicholas.
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The clam shell-shaped bay of Rondinara beach, flanked by two rocky promontories, is almost as stunning from the air as it is on the ground. Sheltered from the wind its multi-hued sea calmly laps the gently sloping shoreline marking it out as one of the best parts of Corsica.
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Offering all the colours in the rainbow, Palombaggia beach is defined by red rocks, blue waters, powder white sands and umbrella pine trees. Plunge below the waves to encounter mullet, silverfish, octopus and sole. Above the waves rare crested cormorants nesting in the neighbouring UNESCO World Heritage Cerbicale islands attract bird watchers.
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Easier to access by boat than by land, Saleccia is long curve of pearl-white sand that is frequently ranked in the top 10 Corsican beaches. Colourful fishing boats bob at anchor on translucent waters as local fishermen unload succulent octopus and squid.
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For wild beauty, and the opportunity to escape from the hustle and bustle of normal life, drop anchor in Ostriconi during your next yacht charter in Corsica.
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Lotu beach shares Saleccia’s stunning Agriates desert coastline, an isolated strand only accessible by boat for those keen on avoiding crowds. It's a favourite place to drop anchor for small yachts and fishing boats, with a wooden jetty that stretches out to clear azure waters where bathers and snorkellers explore this endless expanse of beach.
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This pristine, Caribbean-like beach surprises with its handful of prehistoric sites and castles that pepper the mountainside. A safe bathing spot for families, the beach is overlooked by the Genoese tower Torra di Roccapina and the crouching lion of Roccapina, a rocky outcrop of pink granite.
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Home to a selection of pristine, powder-soft beaches with gin-clear, blue-flag waters, many of which back onto fragrant pine trees and craggy white rocks. Take the tender along the coast and you'll find a completely private spot for a beach BBQ.
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Reliable breezes that blow an average of 15 days a month deliver great conditions for surfers and kitesurfers alike. The beautiful golden sand dunes of Su Giudeu beach in Chia, near Pula, backs onto a lagoon speckled with bright pink flamingos.
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Cala di Volpe
Cala di Volpe - or Fox Bay - is surrounded by beautiful sandy beaches, well protected from the Mistral.
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Cala Gonone
This bay, part of the island’s largest national park, has long, fine sandy beaches. Inland the high mountains of the Gennargentu form a crescent of dramatic, rugged cliffs and caves.
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Punta Molentis
Part of the Protected Marine Area of Capo Carbonara, this secluded, bright-white sandy beach with warm, shallow waters is as good as southern Sardinian beaches get.
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La Maddalena
Explore Budelli and Santa Maria, which surround the emerald-green lagoon of Porto della Madonna. Here you’ll find exotic beaches with turquoise blue waters nestling among pink granite outcrops.
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Opened in 1998 by Flavio Briatore who wanted to bring back glamour and buzz to Costa Smeralda. In no time Billionaire was famous worldwide and a must-visit for visiting superyachts.
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A club and restaurant that has entertained VIPs and jetsetters for more than 30 years with renowned DJs, live music and excellent Mediterranean cuisine.
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Zen-inspired disco bar with a refined atmosphere and soft lighting where you can enjoy a fine aperitif and spend a fun evening with a DJ set.
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Bal Harbour
The restaurant serves Mediterranean classics and fusion dishes and the vibe is a meeting of local and Brazilian traditions. Have fun with friends after dinner, dancing under the stars and around the beautiful pool.
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Scandola Nature Reserve
Part of the Corsica Regional Park on the west coast, this UNESCO World Heritage Site and its coast features jagged red cliffs, grottos, coves and stacks. Take the tender.
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Golf de Spérone
A golf course of exquisite beauty, 18-holes set over 80 hectares. The sixteenth hole invites you to play over the azure waters of the Mediterranean.
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Domaine de Murtoli
Laid-back luxury in a variety of restored original villas and shepherd's houses. Enjoy spa treatments, ride a horse, explore the flora, fish sea bass and seabream, swim or just sunbathe.
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Helicopter tour
Take an unforgettable journey through these stunning landscapes, from Bonifacio's cliffs, Calanques de Piana, Bavella massif. Effortlessly beautiful.
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Wine Tour
Taste elegant, mineral-packed white wines as you learn about the history of this 'isle within the island', with its Genovese guard towers and 19th century American mansions.
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Porto Rotondo
Give yourself some intensive retail therapy at high-end boutiques near Piazza Quadra, Piazza San Marco, and Piazza Casbah.
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This island is an adventure paradise. Hike the Via Ferrata or take a 4x4 off-road tour, go rappelling, canyoning, mountain biking or kayaking.
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Explore Sardinia's richest archaeological site, a city founded by the Phoenicians in the 8th century, then Carthaginian, then Roman, overlooked by the 16th century tower. Snorkel over Roman roads and other remains.
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Pevero Golf Club
A beautiful course with natural ponds, fragrant undergrowth and tees with panoramic views of Costa Smeralda, the island of Caprera and the Gulf of Pevero.
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Anchor in the coastal city of Olbia in northwest Sardinia to explore the terroir of Vermentino, Sardinia’s famous white wine. Olbia is also extremely well connected, making it an ideal destination for you to explore more of Sardinia.
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Formerly the capital of Sardinia between 1324 to 1848, there’s plenty to enjoy during a trip to Cagliari. Highlights include the 13th century cathedral, the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Cagliari, and the wonderful San Benedetto Market.
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Doctors Beach
On your next yacht charter to Sardinia, make sure you anchor off the quiet, isolated Doctor’s Beach so you can enjoy a day of rest and relaxation on the white sands, swimming in the turquoise waters and admiring the distant profile of Tavolara.
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Spalmatore Beach
Surrounded by cliffs, and complete with clear turquoise waters and golden sands, grab your book and head to Spalmatore Beach during your luxury Sardinia yacht charter for a day of pure bliss.
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San Pietro
The island of San Pietro is a must-visit for any watersports enthusiasts embarking on a motor or sailing yacht charter for Sardinia.
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Suspended between Sardinia and Corsica, La Maddalena Archipelago is home to some of the most spectacular beaches in the Mediterranean. No matter which of the seven islands you visit, prepare for the fact that once you arrive you won’t want to leave.
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Caprera Island
ust off the Sardinian coast, Caprera Island is the second island in the Maddalena Archipelago. Practically deserted, any keen divers in your charter party will be in their element thanks to the crystal- clear waters that invite you to explore the underwater landslides of Shark Point, Fiordino, and Cala Inglesi.
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The largest hamlet in Tortoli is the anchorage of Arbatax on the east coast of Sardinia.. It’s the perfect place to stretch your legs and explore all the delights of Rocce Rosse Beach and Parco Naturalistico Bellavista.
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Any Sardinia sailing itinerary must include stopping at an anchorage in Alghero, one of the island’s most beautiful medieval cities in the northwest.
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With a reputation for being incredibly charming, the seaside town of Villasimius is ideal for any Sardinian yacht charter guests who want to enjoy magnificent beaches by day, and exciting nightlife after sunset.
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Porto Cervo
Long established as one of the most luxurious resorts in Sardinia, Porto Cervo is utterly breath taking. With its five-star restaurants and resorts, any Sardinian yacht charter must include a trip to Porto Cervo.
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Scivu Beach
One of Sardinia’s most untouched beaches, especially in the height of summer, Scivu Beach is the ultimate place to escape during a yacht charter to Sardinia.
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Porto Rotondo
The Porto Rotondo marina in Sardinia offers visitors unrivalled views across the Mediterranean Sea. This picturesque port has an international reputation as an unmissable anchorage during your Sardinian yacht charter experience.
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‘Picturesque’ is one of the many ways visitors to Castelsardo describe the town. Located on the north west coast of Sardinia, this is a great anchorage for anyone looking for a destination where they can stroll around and stretch their legs. Evidence of the city’s history is everywhere you look, particularly in the original Doria Castle.
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The second largest city in Sardinia, Sassari is rich in art, culture, and history. Even more spectacular are the palazzi, and the famous Fountain of the Rosello.
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A mountainous island off the coast of Sardinia, Tavolara is the ideal anchorage for anyone considering a yacht charter to Sardinia and Corsica during the later summer or early autumn.
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Lion Rock
Protecting the beautiful Roccapina Beach in southern Corsica, Lion Rock is a truly spectacular natural phenomenon that must be included in any yacht charter itinerary.
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Protected by the iconic Lion Rock, and famous for having some of the clearest waters in Corsica, Roccapina is a beach lover’s dream and not to be missed.
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Ile Rousse
With white sand beaches and market towns filled with the hustle and bustle of local markets, any yacht charter to Corsica must include a visit to Ile Rousse.
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Gulf of Girolata
One of the most famous spots in Corsica, the Gulf of Girolata is a natural bay filled with Eucalyptus trees and surrounded by mountains.
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Located on Corsica’s north west coast, Calvi is the perfect anchorage for anyone looking for dinner and a view during their luxury charter experience. The harbour is lined with a number of restaurants all serving fresh local delicacies. Once you’ve finished eating, end your evening with a walk up to the chapel of Notre Dame de la Serra, which offers breath taking views of the area.
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Any luxury Corsica yacht charter experience should include a visit to the Lavezzi island archipelago. The nature reserve is one of the best in the region, as are the beaches which remain virtually untouched.
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A series of four rocky islands in Corsica offer visitors incredible views across the ocean, and the chance to see rare flora and fauna in its natural habitat.
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No Corsica yacht charter would be complete without a trip to Bonifacio. Founded in around 830, this medieval town is the oldest in Corsica so you can soak up the island’s colourful history.
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Your next Corsica yacht charter must include the anchorage of Propriano. Stroll along the Promenade sur Mer, explore the old town centre and Filitosa archaeological site before settling down for an afternoon on one of Propriano’s many glorious beaches.
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Saint Florent
Sheltered by the mountains of Cap Corse and the wild Désert des Agriates, St Florent is the perfect destination for anyone looking to enjoy the full experience of Corsica. Start out with a spot of people watching from one of the gorgeous pavement cafes and see where the day takes you.
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Phi Beach
It's a great place to watch the sunset and when night comes, Phi Beach lights up with incredible light and colour shows on the pink granite rocks of Forte Cappellini.
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Da Mare by sea lounge
Relax on Palombaggia Beach stretched out on a daybed nwith beach attendants ready and waiting to bring you tartare, ceviche and sharing dishes. As the sun sets, enjoy a cocktail as DJ Moxo entertains.
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Nikki Beach
Known to the most world's jetsetters, celebrities and sun seekers, it is accessible only by private yacht. Dine, chill on the beach and enjoy creative cocktails in a picturesque, marina-side setting.
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Grand Sperone Beach
For azure waters during your Corsica yacht charter, make sure you anchor at Grand Sperone Beach.
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Charter yachts available in Corsica & Sardinia

This is a small selection of the yachts available to charter in Corsica & Sardinia. Please contact your Burgess broker for a personalised selection.

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Frequently asked questions
The charter agreement
After the availability of your chosen yacht has been verified, you will receive a standard MYBA Charter Agreement for signature. If your chosen cruising itenerary necessitates embarking or disembarking from a point other than your yacht’s home port, positioning charges (delivery/ redelivery fees) may be required. These charges, if applicable, will be confirmed in advance and affirmed in the Charter Agreement, together with any taxes that may apply.
Payment terms
A deposit of 50 per cent of the total charter fee is payable by bank transfer immediately on signature of the MYBA Charter Agreement. The remaining 50 per cent, plus an Advance Provisioning Allowance, together with any taxes, delivery/redelivery fees and any additionally agreed charges, is payable by bank transfer five weeks before the commencement of the charter.
Operating expenses

The Advance Provisioning Allowance (APA) is due at the time of the final charter payment. Under MYBA terms, this sum is usually equivalent to 30 per cent of the total charter fee, but may be up to 40 per cent in some cases.

Intended to cover the operating expenses of a charter as explained under Charter Terms, such as fuel, food, drinks, port fees and ad hoc incidentals, the APA will be given to the captain before the start of your charter. The Captain will ensure that the yacht is fully fuelled and provisioned when you step on board. While an up-to-date summary of accounts can be requested at any time during your charter, a full set of accounts will normally be submitted by your captain at the end of the cruise. If, during the charter, the expenditure exceeds the sum already paid, additional cash funds will be required at once.

All outstanding bills from the yacht charter should be settled in cash or by bank transfer before your final disembarkation. Of course, any remaining credit at the end of your charter will be reimbursed to you in full. On request, transfer arrangements to and from the yacht can be made by Burgess or by the yacht’s captain, payment for which will be deducted from your APA.

Every detail counts
Several weeks before you board your yacht, Burgess will ask you to complete a detailed questionnaire describing the preferences and special needs of all the members of your party, such as dietary or medial requirements, details of any allergies, and your sporting or entertainment requests. This will enable Burgess and the crew of your chosen charter yacht to ensure that everything possible is done to make your charter a fabulous experience.

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