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Located in Italy, Genova (or Genoa), is the capital of the northwest Italy’s region: Liguria. The city has been known across many centuries for its maritime trade. It is impressive to think that the harbour was once filled with boats from the Roman Empire. Inside Genoa, you will find narrow streets, the black and white Cathedral of San Lorenzo, squares such as the Piazza de Ferrari, the opera house of Carlo Felice, and much more. The Liguria coast has picturesque landscapes that are best explored by yacht.
Click & Boat, the leading peer-to-peer yacht charter online platform, is present to help you charter a yacht in Genoa. On our website, you will find all types of yachts: sailboats, motorboats, Ribs, jet skis, and catamarans. We can offer you a few options: bareboat charters, skippered only charters, and co-navigation (where you join the yacht owner aboard his vessel and let him or her show you around spots only locals would know about).
The Ligurian Coast, also known as the Italian Riviera, is absolutely beautiful. You will fall upon small colorful villages situated on top of hills, with very little wind in the summer. The beautiful area of Cinque Terre is accessible from Genova, and is a must to visit. Places such as Camogli, Sestri Levante, Monteresso al Mare, Portovenere, and Porto Fino, are reachable from Genova. Porto FIno, knowns for its unique beauty, is only 15 nautical miles away from Genova. Do not forget that during your charter, you can stop by local restaurants or grocery stores to buy tasteful Italian food and wine!
The Click & Boat team is waiting for you in Genova! If you have any questions, you can contact us by phone or by email. We are honored to be helping you charter a yacht in Genova.
In Genoa, 33 privately owned yachs are available for charter. See other yachts in the area
Genova can only be hated or loved. Beeing a harbor city since medieval times it's rough and beautiful. Do some shopping before embarking, as around the harbor everything will be closed on Sundays. Portofino is absolutely worth a visit, but also San Frutosio and other small villages. Just trust Alberto - and the wind!
Santa Margherita is gorgeous, as are the small towns between Genoa and there. We drove, which took about an hour along the coast road. We then did lots of food shopping and had a picnic on the yacht for dinner. In Santa Margherita, we saw the new "My Song", wow!
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