Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean: situated in the middle of the Western Mediterranean, just 12 km from Corsica, and at a distance of 120 km from Tuscany. The Sardinian coastline is generally high and rocky, and runs fairly straight in many sections and then articulated with promontories and wide and deep bays surrounded by islets, in others, a perfect place for a yacht charter. Sardinian ports compete rather well with the Mediterranean's other chic hot spots. Summers tend to attract lovely warm days and crowds of millionaires and luxury yachts, especially to the prestigious Yacht Club at Porto Cervo, perfect place for yacht charter in Sardinia.
Sardinia enjoys a year round mild climate, with periods of high temperatures even during winter. Sardinia has a pleasant 6 month summer, hot and dry from May to October but often with a breeze due to its location in the centre of the Mediterranean. The island is surrounded by warm Mediterranean sea and its 1200 miles of coastline sees plenty of sun. Sardinia enjoys 7 hours of sunshine each day in April, rising to 11 hours in July. It is the perfect destination for a yacht charter sailing holiday in the spring, summer and early autumn when visitors can enjoy the clear sea and explore the delightful coves.
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