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The Azores is an archipelago that consists of nine islands located quite close to one another. Each island is unique in its own way, combining stunning beauty of virgin nature and all shades of green and blue. Great destinations for yacht charter at any time of the year.

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Dufour 382 GL - 3 cab. sailboat charter (2017)

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Avanti
11.25 m
3 cabins
6
Check-in
Saturday
Min. duration:
7 Days
Equipment: standard
from

$2,273

per week

Sailing in Azores

Sailing in Azores

The Azores, or an autonomous Region of Portugal, is an  archipelago of nine islands stretching almost 600 kilometers in the  Atlantic Ocean, about 1500 kilometers from the coast of Portugal.

It is divided into 3 major parts: central with islands of Faial,  Pico, Sãn Jorge, Terceira and Graciosa, eastern, that includes Sãn  Miguel, Santa Maria and western – Floresh, Corvo. This beautiful  archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean attracts enthusiasts of yacht charter  from all the world. Even if you have already been to Azores yacht  charter will give you new perspective and new vision of this wonderful  place.

Azores culture

The historical and cultural heritage of this archipelago can be  found in its ancient churches and monasteries. If you want to get  acquainted with the culture of the Azores, you should visit the town of  Madalena located on the island of Pico, here you can visit wine museum  and famous ancient Santa Maria Madalena church. In Sao Ruca, explore the  Sao Roque church and the monastery of Sao Pedro de Alcantra. If you  travel to Lajes, don’t miss museum “Baleeiros” that will tell you the  story of whaling craft flourished on the island in the past. Learn more  about whalers, their lives and canoes they used for whaling.

Weather

You can do yachting in Azores all year round. Sailing in the  regions you may meet not only small yachts and sailboats but also number  of large international ships that travel from Europe to America and  back. The Azores have maritime subtropical climate on all the islands.  Located on the same latitude as Mediterranean countries they have  temperatures much milder throughout the year because of the influence of  the Atlantic Ocean. Although the weather in the Azores is rather  unstable temperatures during the year are rather moderate, air  temperature during the winter rarely drops below 8C / 48F and rarely  reach more than 30C / 86F during summer.

Where to sail

Where to sail

Experienced sailors know that if you dream about great sailing  time, Azores yacht charter is the right choice for you. Almost every  part of this sailing area will give you some unforgettable emotions.  While planning your next yacht charter, we advise you to visit central  group of the Azores, that includes: Faial – a very young island, and  very famous destinations among sailors all over the world, São Jorge –  wild and beautiful place famous for its stunning nature, Terceira – also  called “Lilac Island” due to its unique nature (central territory of  the island is a national reserve park), Pico island also called “Black  Island” that can boast number of attractions for all kind of travelers.

What else, some people believe that Azores are the mountain tops of  the former Atlantis. But what we know for sure is that all islands have  volcanic origin, and almost every island has dozens of active and  sleeping volcanoes, that make this place so beautiful and unique.

Frequently Asked Questions about yachting in Azores

How much does it cost to rent a yacht in Azores ?

The price of yacht charter in Azores depends on number of factors (age & size of the boat, time of the year). On our web site you may find boats from $1,616 per week and all the way up to $12,089 per week. The median price for a one week charter in Azores is around $3,447

How many boats are available for rent in Azores ?

We offer professional fleet of 18 yachts available for bareboat or crewed charter in Azores.
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