Yacht Charter in Malta:
A2A Yachting offers a small number of sailing yachts, 2 catamarans, 2 motor boats and a large number of crewed sailing or luxury mega yachts for yacht charter in Malta
About yacht charter in Malta:
MERHABA means “Welcome”. Malta is touched by the Orient and the Occident. You will expect a sailing trip around Malta, an adventure through many centuries and a really impressive scenery. British, Arabian an Italian influences made it to a multicultural destination which yacht charter clients know to appreciate. Distance to Sicily is around 60 nautical miles. In the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, Malta and its neighbouring islands Gozo ( the green isle) and Comino enthuse with good sailing-wind and even in the low season with agreeable temperatures. Small fishing harbours, beautiful bays, wild acerb cliff lines, grottos, small modern marinas and friendly habitants are waiting for the sailors.
Those who want to experience cultural impressions during their sailing trip are surely right on Malta. You can find Fort Elmo, which once was three month occupied by the Turks, far away from the entrance of Grand Harbour. The size of this island makes it also possible for the sailors , who normally don’t have much time to explore the landside, to get an impression from the 7000 year old history. Wherever the visitant is going to, all of this island is history. The old capital MEDINA or the ROMAN DOMUS are open 7 days a week and invite to sightseeing. The market in Marsaxlokk is also open on Sunday morning, where you can get fresh fish, vegetables, utensils of all kinds, but also the hand made things of this island, while the yacht is just a few meters anchored.
More about Malta:
In 2008, the first catamaran of the fleet has been brought to Grand Harbour, which is the new Camper and Nicolson marina in the middle of the town.
The Queen of the United Kingdom has consecrated this harbour on 24th November and it is already today a top secret yacht charter destination for sailors, who want to start their sailing trip in a terrific scenery. From here, there is also the possibility to combine a sailing-trip to Sicily. Those who have time for at least a two week charter, can also sail to Lampedusa or to Tunisia under circumstances.