Monday, February 25, 2013

Your Yacht Awaits

It only takes one weekend on a major cruise ship to arrive at this realization: cruises were created for collegiate spring-breakers and families who want a simple, boxed-up vacation. If you want to sail the open seas with just a few loved ones and a professional crew, consider a European luxury yacht cruise.

Essential Sailing offers luxury yachts that fit a crew and up to six adventurous guests. The four double cabins with en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning are designed with modern comforts in mind. And while sunbathing on a yacht off the coast of Europe might seem like vacation enough, you don't wait to miss what awaits you on shore.

The toughest choice you'll have to make: France, Spain or Italy?

The French Riviera 

Deemed "The most sophisticated holiday playground," the French Riviera tour inspires those who appreciate modern luxuries as much as ancient ruins. Along with many other highlights, the Monaco itinerary includes a tour of Antibes, one of the oldest cities along the coast with shopping nooks in coastal cliffs. The St. Tropez itinerary explores the home of the bikini through boutiques, art galleries, lavender fields and more.

The Canary Islands

Such culture cannot be contained in a single tour, so Essential Sailing offers two different Canary Island experiences. Discover the spirit of Tenerife and tranquility of La Gomera with an itinerary that allows for pure exploration. These coast towns offer the relaxation that many vacations often lack. Just sit back and enjoy the gorgeous view. The itinerary for Lanzarote and Fuerteventura includes sandy beaches, marble buildings and an island of seals (which is exactly what it sounds like!)

The Italian Riviera

Mamma mia, where do we begin? Maybe you want to cruise the Renaissance towns of Mantua and Cremona? Or capture the essence of the famous Portofino backdrop? Or spend a day hiking through five coastal towns known as the Cinque Terra? The Italian itinerary seems as endless as the pasta dishes and fine wines of the region. 

Your French, Spanish or Italian dream begins by contacting us!

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