Sailboat Charter in Cannigione

  1. Sun Odyssey 36i - Jeanneau (2009)Cannigione
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6+2
    Engine 1x35hp
    Draught 1.94m
    Size 35ft
    outboardgpsautopilotanchor
    from1 500 €*from 06/02 to 13/02View details
  2. Dufour 425 - Dufour (2010)Cannigione
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 6+2
    Engine 1x56hp
    Draught 2.10m
    Size 41ft
    outboardgpsautopilotanchor
    from2 000 €*from 16/01 to 23/01View details
  3. Bavaria 46 Cruiser - Bavaria (2008)Cannigione
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 8+2
    Engine 1x75hp
    Draught 1.00m
    Size 47ft
    outboardgpsautopilotbowthrusteranchor
    from2 200 €*from 16/01 to 23/01View details
    • -15 %
    Oceanis 38.1 - Beneteau (2017)Cannigione
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 8
    Engine 1x30hp
    Draught 2.08m
    Size 38ft
    outboardwifigpsautopilotanchor
    Flexible Cancellation Policy
    Reinforced Health Measures
    from 1 840 €1 573 €*from 27/11 to 04/12View details
    online booking
    • -3 %
    Sun Odyssey 319 - Jeanneau (2019)Cannigione
    Capacity 6
    Cabins 2 cab
    Berths 6
    Engine ---
    Draught 1.85m
    Size 32ft
    wifigpsautopilotanchor
    Reinforced Health Measures
    from 1 293 €1 254 €*from 02/10 to 09/10View details
    • -3 %
    Oceanis 45 - Beneteau (2012)Cannigione
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 10
    Engine 1x54hp
    Draught 2.15m
    Size 45ft
    outboardwifigpsautopilotbowthrusteranchor
    Reinforced Health Measures
    from 2 394 €2 322 €*from 02/10 to 09/10View details
    • -3 %
    Oceanis 41 - Beneteau (2012)Cannigione
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 8
    Engine 1x40hp
    Draught 2.05m
    Size 41ft
    outboardgpsautopilotanchor
    Reinforced Health Measures
    from 1 520 €1 474 €*from 27/03 to 03/04View details
    • -15 %
    Bavaria 56 Cruiser - Bavaria (2014)Cannigione
    Capacity 11
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 11
    Engine 1x100hp
    Draught 2.46m
    Size 56ft
    outboardwifigpsautopilotbowthrusteranchorgenerator
    Flexible Cancellation Policy
    Reinforced Health Measures
    from 3 450 €2 950 €*from 20/11 to 27/11View details
    online booking
  4. Dufour 512 Grand Large - Dufour (2017)Cannigione
    Capacity 10
    Cabins 4 cab
    Berths 8+2
    Engine 1x77hp
    Draught ---
    Size 50ft
    outboardgpsautopilotbowthrusteranchorbbqwhinch
    from3 500 €*from 16/01 to 23/01View details
    • -15 %
    Oceanis 41.1 - Beneteau (2018)Cannigione
    Capacity 8
    Cabins 3 cab
    Berths 8
    Engine 1x45hp
    Draught ---
    Size 41ft
    outboardwifigpsautopilotbowthrusteranchor
    Flexible Cancellation Policy
    Reinforced Health Measures
    from 2 300 €1 967 €*from 20/11 to 27/11View details
    online booking
Indicative price excluding any discounts and options

Sardinia Overview

Sardinia, the second largest island in the Mediterranean after Sicily, is one of the most popular boat rental areas in the region. At anchor or in port, you will never be far from an exceptional site, isolated coves or beautiful bays that provide shelter in case of gales. A sailboat charter in Cannigione will allow you to discover the treasures of Sardinia while enjoying the pleasures of sailing. The port of Cannigione, in the north-east of Sardinia, is an excellent starting point and you will easily find a sailboat or catamaran for rent here.

Sailing conditions in Sardinia

Sailing in Sardinia is fairly easy but beware of the mouths of Bonifacio which separate Sardinia from the south of Corsica. Many rocks are scattered here, and the currents can be rather strong.
The best periods for boat rentals in Sardinia are May and June when the sun is guaranteed, the heat is still bearable, and nature is in full bloom.
The prevailing wind on the island and particularly in its southern part is the very dry and very hot sirocco which blows south-easterly from May to September.

Sample sailing itinerary – Discover Sardinia through Cannigione

Embarkation takes place at the port of Cannigione. Take the helm to Porto Cervo (4miles), a famous resort with beautiful sandy bays and perfectly translucent water.
Direction Porto Rotondo (8miles), one of the most beautiful places on the Costa Smeralda. Take advantage of a splendid bay to admire the seabed and sunbathe under a torrid sun. Then sail to Mortorio Island (3miles) and its charming bays which will be a diver's paradise.
Sail towards the island of Caprera (10miles) which will enchant you by its anchorage (Porto Palma). Set course for Isola (13miles), a charming old fishing village. The coastline has fantastic scenery with fine sandy beaches. Nearby, the pink granite rocky coves are well worth the detour.
Let yourself be carried by the waves back to Cannigione to disembark. All you have to do now is choose a sailboat charter in Cannigione!

Live like a local in Cannigione

A notable mention must be Porto Liscia beach. Frequently recommended by locals and off the beaten track, this beach is guaranteed to impress you! Its expansive sandy shores are usually very quiet so you’re sure to enjoy some peace and quiet here.
The Maddalena archipelago – this is a mix of small and large islands: Caprera, which is connected to La Maddalena island by a 2km-long bridge, Santo Stefano island, the beautiful island of Spargi and the famous Budelli island (also known as Pink Beach).

Will you be tempted by Sardinian cuisine?

Sardinian cuisine is varied and tasty, often passed down from generation to generation. Even with very simple ingredients, you can feast! Here is a selection of dishes and specialities to try during your sailboat charter in Cannigione!

  1. The Malloreddus – These are typical Sardinian pasta ‘screws’, at least it is their shape that is typically Sardinian. Sardinian malloreddus or gnochettis can be cooked in many ways, but they are most traditionally served with Sardinian sausage in a tomato sauce, sprinkled with pecorino (sheep’s milk) shavings.
  2. The Pecorino – It is THE Sardinian cheese of excellence, made from sheep's milk. Grated or shredded and sprinkled on a plate of pasta or on a pizza, thickly sliced on bread, pecorino is a real marvel if you like cheeses with character! It is also a must for aperitifs.
  3. The Culurgiones – They are a kind of large plump ravioli filled with potato and cheese. They are often eaten with tomato sauce. Culurgiones are a classic of Sardinian cuisine and can be found on the menu of many restaurants. They can also be bought ready-made and fresh in small village grocery stores.
  4. The Raviolis – Everybody knows ravioli! They are not necessarily a speciality from Sardinia, but they are eaten a lot here and can be found in all restaurants. Stuffed with meat or simply with ricotta, they’re a real delight especially when cooked aldente with homemade pastry!
  5. La Zuppa Gallurese – A typical Sardinian speciality from the Gallura region in the north of the island, zuppa gallurese is a cheese bread gratin, and not at all a soup as its name might suggest! It is a country dish, once the dish of the poor, made with sheep's cheese in general and stale bread soaked in broth. To be enjoyed with a good green salad!
Contact our customer service to organise your cruise in Cannigione

Our team of experts is at your disposal to organise your very own cruise. Your online request will be dealt with shortly. One of our advisors will contact you by email or by phone. Free quotes, without engagement.

   Contact one of our advisors
Our website uses cookies. By continuing to use this website, you accept our use of cookies. Find out more | Close.