Fractional Yacht Ownership in the Italian Riviera
The Italian Riviera exudes the very best of Italy being old world charm coupled with picture perfect ports tucked under this mountainous Mediterranean coast.
World renowned Italian cuisine and a friendly relaxed pace with seemingly unlimited hideaways make these seas the perfect location for getting away from it all yachting.
This coast is much less developed than the French Riviera and many boaters feel that the Ligurian Coast is an even better a yachting destination than its more famous French Riviera neighbour. Many itineraries are based on visiting beautiful town after beautiful town, each painted with the traditional orange and red facades, with an attractive church steeple above the town, with mountains behind, and a bustling port at your feet offering fine dining in a relaxed setting.
The Ligurian Coast stretches from France through the historic port of Genoa, and along the scenic mountainous coast including the very famous towns of Portofino, Camogli, San Rocco and the Cinque Terre.
This yacht was recently surveyed and interested parties are welcome to see a copy. (The few issues detected were fully addressed)The following upgrades have since been added to her: Full engines service by R K Marine, Volvo specialistsSouthampton Generator installed (Fisher Panda)Air conditioning installed (Dometiq)Hydraulic Passerelle installed (Besenzoni)Bimini installedNew mattressesNew sun deck cushionsNew anodes and anti fouled in August 2018
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This is a privately-owned yacht that has had very little use. The owner is still busily engaged running his UK business so simply cannot spend the amount of time on board he hopes to when he retires. He is therefore looking for two likeminded co-owners to share her and will run her under the Fractional Association and Yacht Share Network structures and code of conduct.The yacht is exceptional, fastidiously maintained and with very low hours. Her home port in Tuscany is Marina di Scarlino, providing easy access to Elba, Corsica and Northern Sardinia, for some delightful cruising. For the less adventurous, there’s also plenty to see and do, on the Italian mainland.Access to Scarlino is straightforward with regular EasyJet flights to Pisa. From Pisa Airport one can hire a car, or jump on a train (efficient and cheap) to Follonica (nearest town) and then it’s a 10-minute taxi ride to the Marina.The boat is carefully managed by a local Englishman (speaks fluent Italian of course), married to an Italian woman and his well-run business is supporting and servicing a handful of boats at very fair prices. He is a Professional Skipper and Yachtmaster and clearly passionate about his vocation.