Whether you are looking for the ultimate Greek island getaway, a holiday on the Amalfi coast or a fun-filled vacation in the Balearic Islands – Superyacht specialists, West Nautical, will help you design the yacht charter of your dreams with their top Mediterranean hotspots.

Chartering a yacht allows you to enjoy your favourite water sports, sample cuisine at exclusive local restaurants and visit secluded white sand beaches, all whilst exploring some of the most beautiful destinations in the Mediterranean from the luxury of your private yacht with a dedicated captain and crew. West Nautical has selected four hot spots perfect for yacht charter in the Mediterranean this summer.

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Dive into the deep blue waters of the Aegean this summer on a luxury yacht charter around The Cyclades. Begin your charter in the magical city of Athens. Your seven-day charter will consist of a new destination each day where you can enjoy the yacht’s amenities as well as explore every destination ashore.

With hidden coves, towering cliffside hiking trails and award-winning seafront restaurants, a cruise to Kea is a must. Every holiday in Greece should include a day in Mykonos, the island famous for its nightlife, pristine white beaches and iconic architecture.

Finish your charter in the picturesque Santorini, built on the rim of an ancient volcano. This destination is a visual symphony of domed blue rooftops and white washed walls.

Sunset over the whitewashed houses of Santorini. Photo: Heidi Kaden


Croatia is a mecca for adventure where you can enjoy endless hikes, cycling and water sports. Make sure to include visits to national parks and the KRKA waterfalls.

Begin your Adriatic journey in the awe-inspiring old town of Dubrovnik, where you can delve into the local history as you wander through the marbled streets of this ancient city. Cruise to your next destination, Mljet, while soaking up the sun and enjoying al fresco dining on board. Make use of the kayaks or paddleboards when exploring the saltwater lakes.

On arrival in Hvar, known as the Croatian St Tropez, enjoy a hike to the old fort with incredible views from the top. This island has a lively nightlife with a beautiful restaurant-lined marina.

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Swimmers at a waterfall at the KRKA National Park, Croatia. Photo: Milada Vigerova

Amalfi Coast

Most well-known for its one-of-a-kind hillside towns and the famous island of Capri, the Amalfi coast is a bucket list destination. Embark the yacht in the historical city of Naples before cruising to Capri for lunch and an afternoon of watersports. Finish the day enjoying a sunset over the iconic Faraglioni rocks.

Perched in the hills, Positano is one of the most beautiful destinations along this coastline. It features narrow paths and streets winding down to the water. The town specialises in lemon products so make sure to sample some limoncello.

No trip to this area is complete without a visit to the town of Amalfi itself. Now declared one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, its unparalleled beauty and stunning natural landscapes are truly breathtaking.

Your final day on board is spent exploring the volcanic island of Ischia, best known for its healing thermal springs.

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The Faraglioni rocks in Capri, Italy. Photo: Angélina Herbert

The Balearics

With outstanding seafood, crystal clear waters, spectacular sunsets, and breathtaking beaches, the Balearics have something for everyone. Relax as you cruise the stunning turquoise shoreline, where magic lies in every cove.

Start your charter in Mallorca, an adventurer’s paradise. The island is known for the foodie capital of Palma, gorgeous beaches and ancient villages.

No charter to the Balearics would be complete without visiting Ibiza, where you can enjoy the labyrinth style old town, sampling the finest Spanish cuisine or visit one of the island’s many beach clubs. San Antonio, the second largest town in Ibiza is full of cocktail bars and cafes. It’s also the perfect place to enjoy some of the island’s best sunsets.

Known as the Caribbean of the Mediterranean, Formentera is the most low-key island in the Balearics. Visit this summer paradise for sun-bleached beaches and striking turquoise seas.

Catedral de Santa María, Palma de Mallorca. Photo: Tom Podmore

No matter where you charter a yacht, it is truly a once in a lifetime experience.

To enquire about chartering a yacht with West Nautical, contact charter@westnautical.com or visit us here.

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