Luxury Private Charter in Sardinia
- Vessel: Agave
- Where: Sardinia, Italy
- Duration: 8 days
- Embark: Olbia, Sardinia - 5 August 2023, 17:00
- Disembark: Olbia, Sardinia - 12 August 2023, 08:00
Take luxury catamaran Agave for your very own bespoke private charter sailing holiday around the islands of Sardinia and Corsica.
Luxury catamaran Agave is the perfect choice for those looking to switch off from the modern world and re-connect with the natural environment. This voyage is a whole boat private charter to discover one of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful destinations. Sail the Italian island of Sardinia and the archipelago of La Maddalena before crossing the Strait of Bonifacio to explore the southern tip of the French island of Corsica.
Skipper Vincent and his nutritionist partner Vallery have been sailing in Sardinia and the Mediterranean for a number of years. They’ve made good connections with local farmers, restaurants and suppliers, and know all the best spots to explore. The choice is yours whether you include a wellness guide aboard or just enjoy catamaran sailing in the Mediterranean sea.
- Professional wellness guide (optional)
- Private Charter
- Fresh, organic produce
- En-suite double cabins
- SUP’s & snorkel gear
- Smooth catamaran sailing
- Sail area & highlights
- Life on board
- Travel planning
- The boat
- What's included
- Boat schedule
Luxury Charter Sailing in Sardinia
The coastal city of Olbia sits in northeast Sardinia and its balmy palm-lined waterfront is a beautiful marina to join luxury catamaran Agave. Olbia airport is a short taxi ride away, so if you arrive early there are plenty of cafes dotted through the beautiful medieval piazzas to explore. Agave can sleep 8 guests (7 if you want to include a wellness guide!) in spacious double ensuite cabins. Unlike some bareboat charter options in the Mediterranean, Agave comes fully crewed with skipper Vincent and his partner and host, Vallery.
When taking luxury catamaran for private skippered charter, the choice of where to sail can be discussed with skipper Vincent and decided alongside his local knowledge, guests wishes and of course the weather! One thing is for sure, luxury paradise sailing is certainly on the cards as you explore the stunning La Maddelena archipelago under sail.
Where the wind takes you…
Dine in the beautiful bay of Porto San Paolo, spend the night on anchor before an early start to explore the impressive neighbouring island of Tavolara. This touring limestone island is the perfect backdrop for your first meditation session on deck before spending some time exploring the island’s natural beauty.
Head north up the coast towards the famous Golfo Pevero. This traditional Sardinian harbour town has some unique dining experiences with some of the freshest seafood and traditional pasta dishes. Enjoy an early morning yoga session (optional!) on the beach before the tourists start to arrive and we retreat back to the tranquility of the boat and set the sails for the protected Maddalena archipelago.
La Maddalena archipelago
Known for its outstanding natural beauty and crystal clear waters, it’s often referred to as the Pearl of the Mediterranean. La Maddalena is a tranquil archipelago of outstanding natural beauty with turquoise lagoons, secret coves and deserted islands. Hundreds of quiet bays framed with limestone cliffs are home to some of Sardinia’s best beaches and some of the best clear water swimming you’ll find in the Mediterranean.
Spend some time here soaking in the natural landscape as you explore ashore by foot and enjoy the boat’s SUP’s on the water. Take a walk through the rugged terrain to discover the diverse flora and fauna of Caprera island reaching a breath-taking view point across the bay. After a day of exploring the islands, Agave will visit a sweet marina called Porto Pozzo which is known for its fresh fish and seafood restaurants, probably caught that very morning! There are many picturesque bays to anchor in across the archipelago providing breath-taking backdrops for Agave’s wellness sailing.
The infamous Strait of Bonifacio
The voyage itinerary will largely be dictated by when Agave can make the sailing across the Strait of Bonifacio. Skipper Vincent will know more about the wind forecast about a week before you join and what weather window will ensure the smoothest crossing. Visiting the harbour Bonifacio by boat has to be one of the highlights of this voyage and it’s tipped to be one of the most impressive marina entrances in the world. The stunning white limestone cliffs against the deep turquoise sea is a breath-taking sight.
Explore the island’s rich history, culture and natural beauty. Bonifacio is known for its medieval citadel, old town and picturesque beaches. Be prepared for some serious Game of Thrones vibes!
The island of Corsica is the fourth largest in the Mediterranean Sea, home to craggy peaks, dense forest and mountainous hiking trails. The south coast of the island makes for some fascinating sailing exploration with impressive rolling rock formations and idyllic smaller islands providing amazing snorkelling spots. Spend some time here exploring the coast, swimming and soaking in the natural landscape with some afternoon meditation sessions.
All voyages for Agave
Guest berths: 8 Rig: Lagoon 42
The first Catamaran to join our fleet, Agave is offering guests luxury wellness sailing in Sardinia. Built only last year, Agave is the newest yacht to our fleet with spacious and modern interiors. She combines the very best of Mediterranean sailing with a luxury wellness experience hosted by both the skippers and a specialist guide.
With two hulls, catamarans are renowned for stable, smooth sailing, reducing the chance of sea sickness and maximising the sailing opportunities in various wind directions. The Lagoon 42 is one of the fastest luxury catamarans on the market making Agave a joy to sail and cruise along in.
Agave is skippered by Vincent and his partner Vallery. Both have a real passion for the water, health, well-being and nutrition making Agave’s voyages the perfect balance of smooth sailing and luxury relaxation in one of the most picturesque locations in the Mediterranean Sea.
The saloon sits between the two hulls at deck level and with a spacious galley and saloon area, it’s certainly the heart of the boat. Sliding doors open directly onto a comfortable outdoor seating area, perfect for alfresco lunches. There’s also plenty of space to lounge, sun-bathe and meditate at the front of the boat. Each hull has a dropped stepped transom making getting on and off the boat really easy.
Two sets of steps lead into each hull from the saloon with both offering two luxurious double en-suite cabins. The crew sleep in separate cabins in the fore of each hull so there’s plenty of space for its 8 guests!
Read more about what to expect from life on board Agave.
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Life on Board
It’s at the forefront of everything that Agave offers. From daily meditation and breath-work sessions to yoga at sunset on the beach, daily swims in bath-like, azure clear waters or hiking island trails. Skipper Vincent truly believes that smooth sailing brings a meditative state that calms the soul, while his partner and host Vallery is a qualified nutritionist who prides herself on healthy and delicious meals aboard.
All activities are optional, with guests getting involved as much or as little as they’d like. Agave has four stand-up paddle-boards (SUP’s) for guests to use and a wellness guide (optional) can join each voyage to lead breath-work and yoga sessions. Extra activities can also include a Corsican vineyard wine tour and a spa treatment afternoon, just let us know if you’d like to add this on.
Working closely with local Sardinian farmers and suppliers, Vallery cooks fresh breakfasts and lunches throughout your voyage using organic produce, fresh fruit and vegetables. Vibrant, healthy dishes that delight the eyes and truly satisfy the tastebuds, Vallery can cater for most dietary needs. Evening meals are not included in the ticket price as to give guests the chance to enjoy the delicious local cuisine ashore that this little island is renowned for. Vincent and Vallery will guide guests on the best restaurants to eat at to suit all budgets, sometimes eating as part of a group and sometimes exploring alone – the choice is yours.
Sleeping & Relaxation
Newly-built in 2022, Agave was designed for the charter market so her communal spaces are well-considered and truly comfortable. Fitted with all the modern amenities, sailing with her is a luxurious experience. All her cabins feature large double beds with en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning throughout and plenty of windows to soak in the breath-taking views.
The saloon sits between the hulls at deck level with a large galley, sofa area and sliding doors out onto the alfresco dining space. There is plenty of space both above and below decks for relaxation, reading a book, listening to music or just simply taking in the stunning views of the Madallena archipelago.
Weather in Sardinia
June temperatures begin to push into the mid-20s, with hotter days and mild nights. July and August are the hottest months with average day time temperatures of 29°/30°. September cools a little with highs of 26°.
The average sea temperature throughout the summer months sit at an average of 23°
- (Half board) breakfast, lunch, snacks
- All bedding & wash towel
- All meditation, breath-work and yoga sessions
- Use of the boats 4 stand-up paddle-boards
- Use of the boats snorkel gear
- Full crew and guide
- Marina and fuel fees
- All tender trips to/fro the boat
What’s not included
- Extra swim towel
- Waterproofs (although it’s unlikely you’ll need them!
- Evening meals (to be eaten ashore at guests expense to experience the local cuisine!)
- Corsican vineyard tour (optional – just let the boat know once you’ve booked)
- Sardinian Spa treatment (optional – just let the boat know once you’ve booked)
- Any flights
- Transit hotels
- Travel to/fro the boat on the day of arrival and/or departure
- Personal travel insurance
- Crew tips
- Personal expenses
Are all meals included?
Agave is half board. So breakfast, lunch and snacks are included. Dinner is eaten ashore to experience the local cuisine at guests expense. BYOB!
Are there any added extra's?
The ticket price includes all breath-work, meditation and yoga exercises, use of the boats SUP's and snorkel equipment. There are optional extras if guests would like to book them- wine tasting and/or a spa treatment ashore.
Can you cater for dietary needs?
Yes - Vallery is a nutritionist so food onboard is a real treat. Vegetarian, vegan, dairy and gluten free diets can all be accommodated.
What language is spoken onboard?
What are the sleeping arrangements?
There are 4 double en-suite cabins for guests to use.
How many toilet/showers does she have?
There 4 en-suites and 1 for the crew.
Is there WIFI?
No! Time to disconnect from the modern conforms and reconnect with nature!
Can I charge my phone/Camera?
Yes - there are plenty of USB sockets available.
Are there life jackets provided?
Are Waterproofs provided?
Do I need sailing experience?
No, absolutely not! Just a need to try a different style of holiday.
Will I be sea sick?
Everyone reacts differently but we recommend if you are at all worried to take some medication 24 hours before departure. Ginger tea and biscuits also help with sea sickness.
Is bedding included?
All bedding and shower towels are included. Please bring your own swimming towels.
From: Olbia, Sardinia
To: Olbia, Sardinia
To see where the ports are, along with your likely sailing area, please view the sail area & highlights.