One week cruise between the north of Sardinia and the south of Corsica

An exceptional yacht for a dream vacation

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One week cruise between the north of Sardinia and the south of Corsica

A week-long cruise aboard the superb Sunseeker 82 sailing along the coasts of northern Sardinia to reach southern Corsica. From Poltu Quatu, you will sail through the archipelago of La Maddalena, Caprera and Cala Coticcio until you reach Bonifacio.

Cruise Highlights

  • Caprera
  • The charming island of Piana
  • The worldy beach, Liscia Ruia

Your Boat

  • Sunseeker 82
  • 4 total cabins
  • 8 people max
  • 3 crew members

The luxury yacht, Sunseeker 82, is a great choice for those who appreciate design and love comfort., you will find a large cockpit ideal for relaxing. It features a table two comfortable sofas and an amazing view of the sea. Sunbathing is no feat on this yacht as there is a large area with cushions and sunbeds. The interior is characterized by attention to detail: dining table for dinners with friends or family, a comfortable sofa and large windows that make the room bright. At the center of the boat is a large master cabin with a king size bed. The Sunseeker 82 can accommodate 8 people.

  • Air Conditioning
  • Wi-Fi
  • Mp3 | TV Sat. | DVD All Cabins
  • Water Maker
  • Wine Cellar
  • Wooden Floor in the Salon
  • Marble Bathroom Decors
  • Jet Tender 3.20 mt 98 Hp
  • Jet ski Sea Doo Spark
  • Hydraulic bathing platform
  • Water Skis
  • Canoe & SUP
  • Snorkeling Gear
  • Fishing Gear

The owner reserves the right to replace with a different boat model of the same quality and performance

Your Cabin


The sunseeker 82 has 4 cabins and accomodate 8 people. At the center of the boat is a spendid cabin with a king-size double bed and wardrobe. The VIP cabin has a queen-size bed. The two guest cabins have two twin beds and a bunk bed. All cabins have a bathroom with shower.

Itinerary of your cruise

Spend a week aboard the Sunseeker 82 to discover the North of Sardinia, the Maddalena Archipelago and reach Bonifacio. Sail in total bliss to the islands of Piana, Lavezzi and Cavallo. Explore Caprera and swim in the crystal-clear waters of Cala Coticcio and then return to Costa Smeralda.


DAY 1: Poltu Quatu - Archipelago of La Maddalena
Board in Poltu Quatu. Sail to the Maddalena Archipelago and visit the beautiful Caprera island, where Giuseppe Garibaldi lived. There is a museum and chapel dedicated in his memory on the island. Explore Cala Porteses, Cala Coticcio and nearby Cala Brigantina if the weather permits. Night at the anchor in Porto Palma, Garibaldi Bay or the La Maddalena harbor.

DAY 2: Island of Spargi - Island of La Maddalena
Visit Spargi and Maddalena Islands with stops in the most beautiful bays like Cala Corsara and Giardinelli. Cala Cosara’s topaz blue waters, thin white sand and pink granite rocks are a must-see. Giardinelli is home to the Testa di Polpo beach that could be mistaken for a natural swimming pool because of the crystal-clear sea and thin white sand. Night at anchor in one of the bays or in the harbor in La Maddalena.

DAY 3: Santa Maria Islands - Budelli - Razzoli
Spend the full day relaxing and admiring the spectacular view of the sea among the island coves. The islands, Santa Maria, Budeli and Razzolli, are true natural paradises rich in Mediterranean vegetation and rare fish species. Night at your choice of anchor or marina (Palau, Porto Massimo, Cavallo).

DAY 4: Lavezzi Island - Flat Island - Bonifacio
Sail to Corsica and the uninhabited island of Lavezzi. There is only a lighthouse and 2 small cemeteries remembering an ancient shipwreck and base of naturalistic studies and experiments. Stop at Piana Island, destination of large yachts, which is linked to Corsica by a green sea lounge and crossable by walking in 50 cm of water. Night in Bonifacio marina.

DAY 5: Bonifacio - Porto Pollo - Porto Cervo
Leaving Corsica through the Strait of Bonifacio will reach Porto Pollo, Porto Liscia and the Isle of Gabbiani famous for being the kingdom of all types of surfers. In the afternoon en route to Costa Smeralda, stop in a bay for last swim before heading to Porto Cervo, where you will spend the night.

DAY 6: Porto Cervo - Porto Rotondo
Sail to southern Cala di Volpe and the immaculate Liscia Ruja beach, a meeting place for all Mega Yachts with their spectacular water games. During navigation it will be possible to see the islands of Sofi and Mortorio, currently subject to maximum protection by the Park Authority. Night in Porto Rotondo or in a cove at anchor.

DAY 7: Porto Rotondo - Poltu Quatu
Navigation and short stop in a bay for last swim and relax before disembarkation in Poltu Quatu.

Poltu Quatu  Archipelago of La Maddalena  Island of Spargi  Island of La Maddalena  Santa Maria Islands  Island of Budelli  Rackets  Lavezzi Island  Island Piana  Boniface  Porto Pollo  Porto Cervo  Porto Rotondo  Poltu Quatu

The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions.
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Frequently asked questions

  • What happens in case of cancellation?

    In case of cancellation, you must inform your GlobeSailor consultant as soon as possible. Whatever the cause, the following cancellation fees will be due: up to 90 days before departure: 30% /// from 89 to 60 days: 50% /// from 59 to 30 days: 75% /// from 29 days to departure: 100% of the amount of your reservation. We advise our clients to subscribe to a cancellation insurance with Ouest Assurance.
  • Is the itenerary fixed?

    The itineraries are not binding and may be subject to change for reasons of weather and sea but also upon request of the client, at the sole discretion of the captain with the time available and the safety of the boat in mind. Note: In case of use of a sailboat, these routes may be reduced due to the longer travel times of the boat.
  • What is the APA?

    Please note that these boats operate according to the WMT (West Mediterranean Terms). The charter price includes only the cost of chartering the boat, its insurance, including that of third parties transported and the crew service. All other costs, such as fuel, berths in marinas and food supplies are at the expense of the client and are managed through the payment of a cash fund (A.P.A. Advanced Provisioning Allowance), normally equal to 30% of the charter price, in the hands of the captain, to pay on behalf of the client all these expenses. At the end of the cruise, the captain will be responsible for presenting the customer with a detailed and justified statement of account, the payable balance that will be settled between the parties before disembarkation.