Choose the Mediterranean As Your Next Yacht Shipping Destination
Yacht Shipping to The Mediterranean
The Mediterranean's reputation as the cradle of western civilization is undisputed. The beauty of its scenery and the wealth of things to see and to do ashore make it an attractive destination for international yacht transport.
The people of the Mediterranean have always looked to the sea for inspiration, and they built a fascinating culture that has existed for centuries along its shores. When you choose the Mediterranean as your next yacht shipping destination, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in this lively and wonderful world. In most parts of the Mediterranean, the sailing season extends from the end of March until November.
It is possible to sail even in winter, but a careful eye has to be kept on the weather as violent storms can occur with little warning. To avoid any potential problems and have the most enjoyable experience possible, we recommend you utilize our yacht shipping services during the months of March to November.
Further reading on international yacht transportation: World Cruising Handbook by Jimmy Cornell Website: www.noonsite.com
DYT prides itself on offering convenient and hassle-free international yacht transport to beautiful locations all over the world. Click on any of the bolded locations on the map to the above to learn more about the reliable yacht shipping and transportation services available to and from these charming Mediterranean destinations.
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Our destinations in the Mediterranean are:
Genoa 44°30'N 9°4'E
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Marmaris 36°51'N 28°16'E
Marmaris is a Turkish Riviera that used to be a fishing village and now contains all the cosmopolitan charms of a modern-day vacation spot.…
Palma de Mallorca, Balearic Islands
Palma de Mallorca 39°33'N 2°38'E
The four main Balearic Islands – Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera – are situated in the Mediterranean and are the most attractive natural cruising…
Taranto 40°28′N 17°14′E
When one thinks of Italy, traditional images come to mind. Churches that are hundreds of years old, engineering and architectural wonders from centuries past,…
The city of Toulon is strongly marked by its connection to the sea, and it has earned its place as a fantastic maritime transport…