Cruise in Tuscany

Your cruise in Tuscany

Tuscany is a region of west-central Italy and which stands out thanks to its exceptional cultural richness. A cruise in Tuscany will enable you to discover this historical and cultural heritage whilst enjoying the pleasant climate and beautiful natural surroundings. Tuscany will enchant you with its diversity. Etruscan treasures, medieval towns, Renaissance art and vineyards,... This Mediterranean cruise will provide you with unforgettable memories. Dock at the port of Castiglioncello - the most famous port of Tuscany, which offers a variety of water sports in the marina and restaurants with excellent seafood. Then set sail and cruise to Elba, only a few miles away, or to the medieval town of Campiglia Marittima.

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4.2/5 - 160 reviews
July 2015
Everything was wonderful from the booking process through execution. I'll definitely be doing this again!
September 2014
The boat is in good condition. A fantastic vacation around Elba island.
September 2013
My wife and I very much enjoyed out boat the services. The boat was exactly as advertised and the captain (Max) that the renter recommended was fantastic. Enjoy!
September 2011
We had 2 weeks, which we mostly spent cruising Elba - a lovely destination, with great anchorages, a few marinas, and some nice old town quays. We arrived late in the evening, by train to Follinica, and the renter arranged a taxi to take us to the Marina. Mr Gabrielle welcomed us, showed us where the marina facilities were, and arranged to check us in in the morning. The checkin was quick and efficient, and Mr. Gabrielle was helpful. The boat was old, but reasonably well cared for (and the price was good!). The navigation and safety equipment was complete, although I missed a few domestic touches (clothes pegs, deck scrubbing brush, cleaning fluids, tea towels, toilet paper and such like were not provided). On our 3rd day out we realised the service battery was useless - it wouldn't hold its charge for more than an hour or two. We spoke to Mr Gabrielle, who advised us to put it on charge in a marina, so we went back to base, and charged it overnight. In the morning it lost charge just as quickly, but we couldn't get through to Mr G. I rang the renter, and they were very helpful (after the usual questions to check we weren't being dumb). They said Mr. G was not available till the afternoon, but arranged for someone else to come and check it out. He arrived, and verified the battery needed replacing, but we had to wait for Mr. G (and he had to wait for the battery shop to open after siesta). However, he arrived with the new battery about 3 pm, and fitted it no problem. We went out for a quick sail, and came back to the marina that night, so you could say we lost a day of our holiday. A few days later there was a thunderstorm, which is when we discovered the aft cabin window leaked badly. There were other problems with the boat (the anchor was a cheap and nasty CQR copy, which was very difficult to set, and I wasn't too happy with the SS shackle holding it on, the autopilot had a habit of cutting out if you asked it to change course by more than 10 degrees, and the genoa was very old and tired). However, I knew the boat would be old, and the price reflected this, so I wasn't unhappy. Many Thanks!
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