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Limassol Marina,Nireas Building,Office 3,3601 Limassol,Cyprus
Tel: +357 25 051423
Get ready to explore one of Europe's oldest civilisations. Crystal-clear azure waters surround thousands of years of history in Malta, expect a luxurious step back in time from the comfort of your very own luxury private yacht.
Arrive in Valletta where your private chauffer will transfer you to the yacht berthed in Grand Harbour Marina. Step on board settle into your home for the next 7 memorable days.
The first day in this unique destination, one of Europe’s oldest cities, will be dedicated to exploring the capital. Take your time to visit the citadel or enjoy an opportunity to do some shopping – most parts of the old town are car-free and pedestrian only zones. A very exciting and traditional way to discover the sights of Valetta is by horse carriage.
Once you have visited the current capital, travel further inland to take a walk around the ancient capital Mdina. The ancient fortress is testimony to Malta’s long and interesting history and the views from its walls are breath-taking.
Leaving the harbour of Valletta on your way to your next destination, indulge in a tasty homemade breakfast on deck while the yacht makes its way past a maze of castles and fortifications before you reach the open sea. On your way, and if weather conditions are in your favour, you can drop anchor at Marsascala, a small cove home to a picturesque fishing village.
Use this chance to go ashore by tender and discover the southern part of Malta which has not yet been touched by mass tourism. Enjoy a swim in the crystal-clear waters surrounding you or benefit from the many water sport activities offered on board.
Lunch on deck with stunning views and a fresh breeze, and finally settle in at Island Bay with its many beautiful anchorage spots and rocky scenery. Weather depending, continue to Marsaxlokk and end the day with a relaxing evening on board.
Begin the day with an early breakfast on the sun deck before you head ashore to Marsaxlokk. Take a stroll through this beautiful fishing village and perhaps even pick up some fresh seafood for your lunch. This bay is also a commercial shipping port, therefore swimming is not recommended, but you have plenty of other choices to spend your time. For example, explore the remains of the megalithic tombs which can be found on the hills above Marsaxlokk.
If you wish to have a swim and cool off in refreshing water, the Blue Grotto and Wied Iz-Zurrieq offer you all you need and more. Time your arrival at the sequence of caves that make up the Blue Grotto at around 1pm. At this hour, some of the caverns mirror the bright colours of the sea while others glow in a deep, fascinating blue. Enjoy a tour of the caves by kayaking in this spectacular place.
The afternoon invites you for a swim by the beach at Golden Bay. When weather conditions are good, drop anchor here or in Gnejna, a sheltered cove surrounded by clay and limestone cliffs. Enjoy cocktails and dinner on the aft deck while watching the locals sail out for night fishing, illuminating the bay with their lights dancing on the surface of the dark sea.
Awaken to an early breakfast and a refreshing dip in the sea – what a way to start your day! The distance between anchorages here is short and your next destination – Comino – is not far where the most amazing bathing spots within this archipelago await you. Enjoy the water toys, snorkeling or simply relax by sunbathing on deck in Paradise Bay.
This beautiful anchorage with its clear waters and the famous blue lagoon invites you to spend the afternoon. Sundowner classic on the aft deck while watching the sun go down, dipping the sky and sea into all shades of yellow, red and purple. Stay for the night and claim the bay almost to yourself, after the day visitors have left.
Today is all about exploring the remote island of Gozo. Eat breakfast on board the Marina of Mgarr. Head inland to the beautiful countryside with its many churches, megalithic monuments and historic forts, evidence of 6000 years of civilization.
Victoria (also known as Rabat) is the only proper town among the otherwise small villages, mostly home to visitors who chose this to be their second home during the summer season. Gozo is known as a glimpse back in time when Malta still represented the traditional way of life, far away from modernisation and insatiable development.
Discover every corner of this serene place and find yourself in a cozy restaurant serving local specialties to enjoy your lunch. Take your time before you head back to the yacht in the late afternoon for a bit of sunbathing and a relaxation time on deck while your crew supplies you with refreshing drinks and hors d’oeuvres.
Enjoy a beautiful circumnavigation of Gozo beginning at Mgarr.
On your way, you will have the chance to stop at two or more unique bays where you can take the tender to explore the shoreline of this extraordinary island. Have a swim or enjoy the watersports equipment in the crystal-clear waters here before sailing back to the stunning blue lagoon before you head back to Malta.
Spend the day gazing at the picturesque coast line, sunbathing on deck, swimming in sapphire blue waters and only let yourself be interrupted by the delicacies that the Chef has prepared for your lunch and dinner.
Depending on weather conditions, you will have spent the night in one of the bays on the Maltese North coast. Wake up to a fresh breakfast and head ashore to explore either Mellieha with its sandy beach that invites sun worshippers or the beautiful anchorage spot of Selmun as well as the famous St. Paul’s Bay that is said to be the place where St. Paul got shipwrecked on the way to his trial in Rome.
The day well spent, head back to Valletta, the lively heart of Malta and perhaps ashore for more shopping and a delicious local dinner at one of the inviting restaurants.
The time has come for your goodbyes to the crew for final disembarkation and transfer to the airport.