We secure transits, berths and moorings in ports and marinas in Sicily for yachts and superyachts.

Port booking Sicily: Trapani, Egadi Islands, Palermo, Cefalù, Aeolian Islands, Milazzo, Taormina – Giardini Naxos, Catania and Syracuse.

For yachts and superyachts we secure transits, berths and mooring assistance in most Sicilian ports and exclusive marinas and locations including the Aeolian Islands and the Egadi Islands.

You will receive our constant attention with support 24/7 and immediate connection to the port facilities.

All port booking formalities will be organized and taken care of by our staff, leaving your arrival and departure trouble free.

Please complete the form below, supplying us with the details of your requirements (any information supplied will be treated in the strictest confidence).

We will swiftly contact you with our berth offer corresponding to your requirements.

As soon as we receive your confirmation, our staff will make all the necessary dockage and clearance arrangements for your vessel.

  • Syracuse

    Syracuse encapsulates Sicily’s timeless beauty. Ancient Greek and Roman ruins rise out of lush citrus orchards, cafe tables spill onto dazzling baroque piazzas, and medieval lanes lead down to the sparkling blue sea. Today a lovely small city, Syracuse was, during the Magna Graecia age in the 1st millennium B.C., the most powerful state of…

  • Catania

    Catania is a wonderful bustling city, with lively streets and nightlife and a beautiful UNESCO-listed historic center. In the background, Mount Etna volcano broods on the Horizon adding a thrilling edge and a beautiful backdrop to the city. Etna is ever-present and has, to a large extent, shaped both the history and the actual existence…

  • Taormina & Giardini Naxos

    The queen of all resorts, Taormina, perching on a clifftop above the sea, is sophisticated, chic and exclusive. Despite its unashamedly touristy nature, Taormina’s historical side is ubiquitous and the town remains an achingly beautiful spot, full of ancient charm. Medieval walls enclose beautifully restored buildings, fascinating archeological monuments and a giddy network of winding…

  • Eastern Sicily

    This area was praised by poets from Homer to Goethe and prized by many ancient cultures such as the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, the Romans and Greeks, whose bones lie buried here. The coast runs from the chic town of Taormina to the enchanting Syracuse, through charming fishing villages, picturesque pebbly and sandy beaches and the bustling…

  • Stromboli Island

    Dramatic Stromboli, in permanent eruption, is the most spectacular and captivating of the Aeolian islands. The island is just the tip of a vast underwater volcano. It is Europe’s only permanently active volcano, offering a stunning spectacle of lava flow, known as “Sciara del Fuoco”. The word “Sciara” comes from the Arabic “Sharia” meaning “street”,…

  • Panarea Island

    Chic and exclusive, Panarea is the smallest but most fashionable of the Aeolian Islands, attracting international jet-setters. Its traffic free streets lined with bars, cafes, restaurants and boutiques make it an appealing walking and shopping destination. Doubtless Panarea is the place for nightlife on the Aeolian islands. The terrace of the “Hotel Raya” is the…

  • Salina Island

    Salina is the second largest island of the archipelago and it is also the most fertile. The natural freshwater springs of Salina combined with its volcanic terrain make the island so fertile. The island is shaped by two long-extinct volcanoes, “Fossa delle Felci” and “Monte dei Porri” which are the Aeolian islands’ highest peaks. The…

  • Vulcano Island

    The Volcanic nature of Vulcano has long impressed visitors. In addition to this, the island is today also well known for its therapeutic mud baths and hot springs. You might feel a thrill as you spot the white smoke rising from the steaming craters that tower over the island. For sure you will be hit…

  • Aeolian Islands

    Rising out of the cobalt blue sea off Sicily’s northeastern coast, the Aeolian Islands are a piece of paradise and one of Sicily most revered holidays destinations. The Islands are listed by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites. Stunning waters provide sports for swimmers, sailors and divers and trekkers can climb the steaming volcanoes and verdant…

  • Lipari Island

    Lipari is the largest, most populous and accessible of the Aeolian Islands and the town of Lipari is the busiest village of the archipelago. In fact, one of the pleasures in Lipari is walking along its cheerful streets surrounded by popular bars, cafes and restaurants. Historically, Lipari has been the most important island since Neolithic…

  • Milazzo

    Milazzo is the hub connecting the Sicilian mainland to the Aeolian Islands. Away from the busy dock there is he pretty old town “Borgo Antico” and the isthmus, which is an area of great natural beauty dotted with rocky coves. Sights in Milazzo include the Castle, the Quartieri Spagnoli defensive barracks, the Archaeological Museum, the…

  • Egadi Islands

    The Marine protected area of the Egadi Islands is the largest of its kind in the Mediterranean Sea. Facing the city of Trapani and the western Sicilian coast, it comprises the islands of Favignana, Levanzo and Marettimo and the islets Formica, Maraone and Porcelli. The main attractions include the wild coastlines and the wonderful underwater…

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