Private ClassicYacht in CinqueTerre


Loď s hostitelem Francescoo

6 hostů, 2 ložnice, 0 lůžek, 1,5 koupelny
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60 ft private wood classic yacht built in 1948 and restored in 2012. The yacht is moored in Le Grazie a true Italian fishing town in Cinque Terre away from the tourists and only 15 min drive or bus from La Spezia train station.

60 ft Private Classic Yacht
Sleeps: 4+2 guests
Mooring: Le Grazie, Porto Venere
Internet: Wi-Fi
Yacht features/services: Daily Italian breakfast, stereo + iPod speakers, inflatable boat tender.

The listing is referred to the yacht docked so only as accommodation and no sailing. If you want to sail I will be happy to arrange an expert crew with skipper and 1st mate.
The crew speak english, have a deep knowledge of the area and the yacht.
(The yacht can sail only with his own crew; without crew is not possible to sail)

The yacht is always rented as private boat to one group of guests (family/friends) and is not shared with others.

Richly instrumented to perform long voyages, the yacht retains all the charm of the boats of the past.

"The Five Lands" is composed of five villages: Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore. The coastline, the five villages, and the surrounding hillsides are all part of the Cinque Terre National Park and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

### RATES:
The private yacht can be rented only to one group of guests (family or friends) at a time, being the only residents, the quality and privacy of their stay is guaranteed.

The rates are variable and depending on the number of guests and length of stay

The boat was commissioned in 1947 by Comm Pratolongo Mario, a true sportsman of the sea, and launched in July 1948 with the name of Fiammetta II. So it was called the daughter of the owner.

That year the journal "Sail and Power" wrote: - … was born an "Ocean Racer" classy ...
For fifteen years the boat stayed in Sicily but in 1965 came back to the Sailing Club "Italy" in Naples and in 1968 in Rome. Around 1971 it was bought by an executive of Banco di Napoli and returned to the capital of Campania to be sold again in 1975 to George Peruffo.

Then it was transferred to the next owner with an unusual way: the exchange with a light aircraft.
The yacht was re-checked and rearranged in the yard of Santa Margherita di Caorle.

Finally in 1983, the boat meet the actual owner and found the friendly waters of the Ligurian coast.

Today the yacht is moored in Le Grazie; a fishing village very popular in Classic Yachts Regatta.

Co toto ubytování nabízí

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Paid parking off premises
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Nedostupné: Detektor kouře

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Kde se ubytování nachází

Portovenere, Ligurie, Itálie

The Cinque Terre literally means "The five lands", and these five are the communities of Corniglia, Manarola, Riomaggiore, and Vernazza along with their urban relative Monterosso.

The northernmost of these five is Monterosso and it is the tourist hub of the region, with traffic, crowds, and the only notable example of contemporary urban life here. The other four are inaccessible by road, and are pure rural villages in an agricultural belt lush with gardens and vineyards. All the five are situated among olive and chestnut groves on steep, rocky terrain overlooking the gulf of Genoa.

These five tiny seafront villages are not easily accessible by car but easy to get to by sea or train

This whole area is a gastronomist’s paradise. Its culinary delights are dishes based on the produce of from forest, field, and sea.
The land here yields an incredible variety of mushrooms; and oregano, borage, rosemary, and sage grow in abundance. The pine nuts necessary to pesto are easily gathered from the forests, as are chestnuts for making flour and olives for the oil that is the foundation of all dishes. Garlic and leeks form the essence of sauced dishes, and beets turn up without warning in ravioli and other dishes. Fishing boats add their rich catches of anchovies, mussels, squid, octopus, and shellfish.
To wash it all down, vineyards produce wonderful Sciacchetra, a sweet wine, rarer than many other Italian varieties.

To be in Cinque Terre means to visit five villages suspended between sea and earth, clinging on to cliffs and surrounded by green hills; it means to know the history of whom, for centuries, has fought against difficult land but it also means to taste the results of this millenarian struggle and in particular wine and produce.

To visit these villages means to learn about the culture of the dry-stone walls and of the vineyard, of the fishermen and of their fishing nets, of the steep valleys and of their paths.

Who visits Cinque Terre can choose between a dive in the sea or a hike on the hills, between a walk in the narrow alleys called "carruggi" or a boat trip, a pilgrimage to a sanctuary or a seafood lunch.
It is a landscape unique in the world in which man and nature live together in harmony since the beginning of time.
A coast of many colours, evocative and unique. Villages overlooking the sea, green hills and crystal clear water. The Gulf of Poets invites you quietly and it is not surprising that it was loved by poets and writers like Shelley, Byron, Petrarch and Montale. To them this Gulf ows the name of Gulf of Poets, which from Lerici goes to Portovenere, embracing two promontories, beaches, rugged coast, blue sea, ancient villages and wilderness.

Tellaro, San Terenzo, Fezzano, Le Grazie, the island Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto. Places enchanted and pleasing, formerly part of what was the historic Lunigiana, so different from the tuscan Lunigiana, but so united in customs, traditions and cuisine.

In the eastern most part of the Spezia Golf is the breathtaking town of Portovenere. The town takes its name from a temple erected in the roman times in honour of Venere Ericina, on the promontory where the church of San Pietro now stands.
Originally property of the lords of Vezzano, it was later bought by the Genevans in 1113, who then proceeded to build a castle over the existing fort.
They also erected protective walls around the colourfully painted ligurian houses.

Portovenere still boasts its main tower, situated to the left of the entrance into Via Capellini, the main road that is also know as “il Carugio.

The Piazza Spallanzani, which was originally the central point of the preroman Castrum Vetus, the church of San Pietro, on the far extreme of the promontory, and the church of San Lorenzo located high on the hillside, are all worth a visit. Facing Portovenere is the archipelago made up of the three isles of Palmaria, Tino and Tinetto, which form part of the Parco Naturale Regionale di Porto Venere.

Tino preserves remains dating back to the 11th century, whilst Tinetto boasts remains dating back further still, to the 6th century. Tino is military territory, and is only accessible on the 13th of September, when it holds festivities in honour of San Venerio. The island of Palamaria, which is separated from Portovenere by a narrow stretch of sea called Le Bocche, attracts the largest number of tourists, thanks to its rich natural surroundings, which are a typical example of the Mediterranean landscape.

The surrounding area encompasses Le Grazie, a small fishing town where it is possible to visit the archaeological site of the Villa Romana del Varignano, and the late gothic sanctuary of Santa Maria delle Grazie.

Not far from Le Grazie lies the town of Fezzano, a town composed of small houses crammed higgledy-piggledy along narrow streets and alleyways, and built up around the church of San Giovanni Battista, which has pride of place in the centre of the town and dates back to 1740.

Le Grazie is located not far from Spezia, in a little bay between Varignano and Pezzino. The oldest part of the town stretches from the area surrounding the 15th century church, dedicated to Nostra Signora delle Grazie, passing under the Ria Arch and ending up at the monument of the Fallen.
Of the ancient monastery, which was the former headquarters of the Olivetans and which has now been turned into residential flats, only the refectory remains, decorated with fantastic 13th century frescos painted by artist Nicolo Corso.

In the Varignano Vecchio quarter reside the remains of a roman villa from the 1st century AC. The remains are located at the bottom of a small valley, and form an archaeological site that is now open to the public.
The port of Le Grazie was formerly a naval base, and is responsible for many of the changes made to the layout of the town over the years.

8th September "Santa Maria de Le Grazie" celebration and octopus festival
Every year the village of Le Grazie host a traditional festival with procession,
music, street food and other events in honour of Saint Mary of Le Grazie.
Many locals for the nearest villages visit Le Grazie during the festival

from 8th to 10th September 2017 Festival and classic yacht regatta
from 7th to 9th September 2018 Festival
from 6th to 8th September 2019 Festival and classic yacht regatta

From December 1999, the mounts overlooking the sea, the terraces made with the hard work of man, the coast, the sea and the deep seabed form the National Park of the Cinque Terre and the Protected Marine Area.

The foundation of the Protected Marine Area dates back to 1997 and includes the part of sea between Mesco Point and Cape Montenero.

S hostitelem Francescoo

  1. Členem od září 2010
  • 120 hodnocení
  • Superhostitel
Life is about experiences, and there is no greater experience than travel. I born in Tuscany and after travelling all over the world I choose to live between Tuscany and Thailand surrounded by beautiful nature and great food. In my free time I like to sailing, cycling, cooking, snowboarding, traveling and exploring new cultures.
Life is about experiences, and there is no greater experience than travel. I born in Tuscany and after travelling all over the world I choose to live between Tuscany and Thailand s…

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If you want to sail I will be happy to arrange an expert crew with skipper and 1st mate. The crew have a deep knowledge of the area and the yacht. (The yacht can sail only with his own crew; without crew is not possible to sail)

Francescoo je Superhostitel

Superhostitelé mají mnoho zkušeností, dostávají vysoká hodnocení a jsou mistry v poskytování nezapomenutelných pobytů.
  • Jazyky: English, Italiano
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