Albatross

Tour Operator leader delle vacanze in barca. Crociere in catamarano a vela con equipaggio con partenze garantite tutte le settimane

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Partenze garantite tutte le settimane per crociere di 7 o 10 giorni a bordo di confortevoli catamarani a vela dai 15 ai 25 metri con equipaggio e servizio di pensione completa.

Itinerari lontani dal turismo di massa studiati con attenzione per visitare numerose isole ma con brevi navigazioni ogni tappa senza traversate.

Infatti nostri percorsi sono perfettamente progettati per evitare lunghe navigazioni a vela (1-3 ore in media in acque tranquille ) per alternare le visite a terra, gli sport acquatici o semplicemente per rilassarsi prendendo il sole sulla grandissima rete di prua.

Da soli, in coppia o in famiglia scoprirete le isole da sogno navigando nel silenzio a bordo di catamarani a vela 18-25 metri nuovi, confortevoli, stabili e dotati delle più moderne tecnologie di navigazione e comunicazione.

Non è necessario noleggiare l'intera imbarcazione e nemmeno alcuna competenza nautica in quanto troverete a bordo skipper ed equipaggi professionisti che saranno i vostri comandanti e le vostre guide.

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This trip was the best holiday of my life! We have visited the most amazing places, the itinerary was wonderful. The crew was just perfect! Tobago Cays was mind blowing with the most crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches, turtles swimming close to the boat....

Hana Winklerova
on “Best Catamaran Cruise Grenadines ” cruise
2018-03-04 13:16:03

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Albatross - cruises

Maurice, Indian Ocean - Africa cruise photo
Maurice Dream Sailing
20 Jun - 27 Jun 2018
8 places left
1055
Surrounded by moderate indigo waters, the Republic of Mauritius could rightly be called the melting pot of the southern Indian Ocean.   Not only is this island nation an enchanting place to sail, it has a... see more

Surrounded by moderate indigo waters, the Republic of Mauritius could rightly be called the melting pot of the southern Indian Ocean.

 

Not only is this island nation an enchanting place to sail, it has a rich and sometimes surprising history. 

 

Discover all there is to see in our itinerary!

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Maldive cruise photo
Atoll Best Cruise
21 Jun - 1 Jul 2018
8 places left
1210
The exposed top of a submerged mountain ridge, the Maldives is the lowest country on earth, with an average height above sea level of just one to three meters (three to six feet). The islands have long been a... see more

The exposed top of a submerged mountain ridge, the Maldives is the lowest country on earth, with an average height above sea level of just one to three meters (three to six feet). The islands have long been a welcome sight on the horizon among mariners, positioned as they are along ancient trade routes and sea-lanes. Now, as then, sailors are welcomed by Maldivians and find shelter from the Indian Ocean among its countless protected, deep-water anchorages. Maldivians trace their roots to several different cultures including South and Southeast Asians, Africans, and Arabians. The nation converted to Islam in 1153, but those religious beliefs are melded into the fabric of Maldivian life along with the folklore and supernatural beliefs attributed to islands’ first settlers. Cultural diversity can be seen in everything from music to boat building. Music is frequently played with a local bodu-beru, or big drum, that is quite similar to African drumming. And the Maldivian dhoni, a sailboat built locally by skilled craftsmen, is strikingly similar to a dhow, the traditional Arabian sailing vessel. Our base is on the main island of Male’, which is the perfect spot to begin a sailing tour of this remarkable country. If your definition of paradise is a lifestyle stripped to the basic essentials of whether the sky is blue and the sun is shining, where the toughest question to answer is if the beach now astern is more beautiful than the one ahead, one word will suffice in describing the Maldives. Perfection. Our itineraries will introduce you to astonishingly lovely white powder sand beaches on one island after another. Some feature local fishing villages you can tour, others are home to elegant resorts with facilities our charterers are welcome to use, and many are uninhabited. The snorkeling and diving, shelling and abundance of marine life are all beyond compare in water the temperature of a relaxing bath. For honeymooners, sun worshipers, divers, or simply salty dogs in search of new cruising grounds, incredible memories and wonderful stories, the Maldives have everything one could want in an unforgettable sailing vacation. 

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Cuba cruise photo
Wake up with Dream Yacht Charter in Cuba
23 Jun - 30 Jun 2018
12 places left
1025
This intriguing land which was out of bounds for half a century is now welcoming more and more curious visitors. Now is the best time to see Cuba in her true colours. The sailing community is receiving increasing... see more

This intriguing land which was out of bounds for half a century is now welcoming more and more curious visitors. Now is the best time to see Cuba in her true colours. The sailing community is receiving increasing support from the government. There are around 20 marinas and nautical centres offering good services and welcoming yachts under all flags.

Lying less than 100 miles from Key West, Florida, the Cuban archipelago is composed of the principal island of Cuba and countless ‘cayos’ and rocky islets. The varied landscape is made up of inland mountains and inland agricultural valleys fringed by supreme beaches on the south side. This once Spanish colony blends its European influences with a South American spice that’s as tasty as salsa and hot as a salsa dance.

Dream Yacht Charter has a key base location in Cienfuegos, one of Cuba’s largest and most prosperous cities. Colourful colonial streets with a seaside vibe weave around what is known as the Paris of Cuba, thanks to its French flair. Packed with waterside attractions and entertainment hot spots, this nautical hub has places to eat, drink and dance. It’s great for shopping and soaking up Cuban culture.

Catamarans are an excellent charter choice here getting you closer to the beautiful beaches along a coast which currently offers an adventure into the relatively unknown with longer cruising distances and exhilarating winds best suited to experienced sailors.

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Albatross - cruise destinations

Seychelles, Africa cruise photo
Praslin Dream Luxury Cruise
Seychelles, Africa
7 days cruises
72 cruises available
1242
Giant palm trees with their famous “coco de mer” nuts, and turquoise inlets fringed with lush green takamakas shading white sand beaches. This is the image we all have about the Seychelles Islands. A... see more

Giant palm trees with their famous “coco de mer” nuts, and turquoise inlets fringed with lush green takamakas shading white sand beaches. This is the image we all have about the Seychelles Islands. A paradise. And deservedly so, because these islands, lying off the east coast of Africa just south of the Equator, are stunningly beautiful.

 

Of the 115 islands that make up the Seychelles, 41 Inner Islands embrace the oldest granite islands on earth. Another 74 islands form the low-lying coral atolls and reef islands that make up the Outer Islands.The Inner Islands, including Praslin and La Digue, are clustered around the main island, Mahe.

 

The Outer Islands are more remote and less touched because they’re situated beyond the Seychelles. Mahe is the southernmost main island, and is an alternative to Praslin for sailing the Inner Islands. All of these islands are well worth visiting. Read the itinerary below for our suggestions and more information about this destination.

 

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Seychelles, Africa cruise photo
Praslin Dream Standard Cruise
Seychelles, Africa
7 days cruises
25 cruises available
1572
Giant palm trees with their famous “coco de mer” nuts, and turquoise inlets fringed with lush green takamakas shading white sand beaches. This is the image we all have about the Seychelles Islands. A... see more

Giant palm trees with their famous “coco de mer” nuts, and turquoise inlets fringed with lush green takamakas shading white sand beaches. This is the image we all have about the Seychelles Islands. A paradise. And deservedly so, because these islands, lying off the east coast of Africa just south of the Equator, are stunningly beautiful.

 

Of the 115 islands that make up the Seychelles, 41 Inner Islands embrace the oldest granite islands on earth. Another 74 islands form the low-lying coral atolls and reef islands that make up the Outer Islands.The Inner Islands, including Praslin and La Digue, are clustered around the main island, Mahe.

 

The Outer Islands are more remote and less touched because they’re situated beyond the Seychelles. Mahe is the southernmost main island, and is an alternative to Praslin for sailing the Inner Islands. All of these islands are well worth visiting. Read the itinerary below for our suggestions and more information about this destination.

 

The Praslin Dream Premium cruise offers 8 days and 7 nights of travel bliss, starting with a pristine marine park and an excursion to Cocos Island. Explore La Digue and Cousin, then move on to Baie St. Anne, Curieuse, and St. Pierre before getting a taste of the famous Praslin. Spend your final full day on Praslin, partaking in water sports or simply relaxing on the beach.

This Praslin Dream charter also includes table wine, punch, rum, fruit juices, and sodas.

This Praslin Dream charter has you staying in a superior cabin and also includes table wine, punch, rum, fruit juices, and sodas.

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Cuba cruise photo
Cuba Dream Charter
Cuba
7 days cruises
71 cruises available
1023
This intriguing land which was out of bounds for half a century is now welcoming more and more curious visitors. Now is the best time to see Cuba in her true colours. The sailing community is receiving increasing... see more

This intriguing land which was out of bounds for half a century is now welcoming more and more curious visitors. Now is the best time to see Cuba in her true colours. The sailing community is receiving increasing support from the government. There are around 20 marinas and nautical centres offering good services and welcoming yachts under all flags.

Lying less than 100 miles from Key West, Florida, the Cuban archipelago is composed of the principal island of Cuba and countless ‘cayos’ and rocky islets. The varied landscape is made up of inland mountains and inland agricultural valleys fringed by supreme beaches on the south side. This once Spanish colony blends its European influences with a South American spice that’s as tasty as salsa and hot as a salsa dance.

Dream Yacht Charter has a key base location in Cienfuegos, one of Cuba’s largest and most prosperous cities. Colourful colonial streets with a seaside vibe weave around what is known as the Paris of Cuba, thanks to its French flair. Packed with waterside attractions and entertainment hot spots, this nautical hub has places to eat, drink and dance. It’s great for shopping and soaking up Cuban culture.

Catamarans are an excellent charter choice here getting you closer to the beautiful beaches along a coast which currently offers an adventure into the relatively unknown with longer cruising distances and exhilarating winds best suited to experienced sailors.

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Albatross - yachts

Sun Odyssey 409 yacht photo
Sun Odyssey 409
2014 Sun Odyssey 409

The Sun Odyssey 409 has all the technological advances of the Sun Odyssey range and will ensure you a cruise successfully in the turquoise waters of the Bahamas.

This sailing yacht is both swift and pleasant to handle. Welcoming up to 6 people, the sailboat is available on a weekly basis, with or without skipper.

  • Length: 12.20m
  • Type: Monohull
  • Fits 6 guests
Sanya 57  yacht photo
Sanya 57
2014 Sanya 57

The latest Fountaine Pajot flagship, the Sanya 57, is rich with accommodations and powered up to click off the miles.

The Sanya was built to take a crowd sailing, and measured by that design brief, Olivier Racoupeau of Berret Racoupeau Yacht Design hit the target square on. With accommodations for five couples (and three crew if desired), the French-built cat has room to spare; in fact, more living space than the Eleuthera 60, which it replaces in F.P.’s Flagship Class of cruising catamarans. And on the sailing side of the equation, a powerful, flat-topped, full-batten equipment room buried in the nacelle. Once inside, the skipper has clear access to the various switches and 12- and 24-volt circuits that power the Sanya’s systems. But without removing the screwed-down nav station seat, BOTY judge Ed Sherman found he turned into a contortionist of sorts as he wormed his way in, a feat that would have been all the more difficult in any kind of seaway. ... see more    see less
  • Length: 17.38m
  • Type: Catamaran
  • Fits 10 guests
  • Private bathroom