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Kalkara/Kalkara Marina (Malta)
10.81 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
08/09 - 15/09/2018
yacht rental price per week € 1 676 ($1 947) Special price: € 1 508 ($1 752)
Kalkara/Malte (Malta)
10.97 m
3 cabins
7 berths
8 days
08/09 - 15/09/2018
yacht rental price per week € 1 708 ($1 984) Special price: € 1 537 ($1 786)
Kalkara/Malte (Malta)
10.97 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
08/09 - 15/09/2018
yacht rental price per week € 2 040 ($2 370) Special price: € 1 836 ($2 133)
Kalkara/Kalkara Marina (Malta)
11.3 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
08/09 - 15/09/2018
yacht rental price per week € 2 100 ($2 440) Special price: € 1 890 ($2 196)
Kalkara/Malte (Malta)
15.24 m
5 cabins
10 berths
8 days
08/09 - 15/09/2018
yacht rental price per week € 3 493 ($4 058) Special price: € 3 144 ($3 653)
Kalkara/Malte (Malta)
15.24 m
5 cabins
12 berths
8 days
08/09 - 15/09/2018
yacht rental price per week € 3 916 ($4 550) Special price: € 3 524 ($4 094)
Kalkara/Kalkara Marina (Malta)
15.6 m
6 cabins
11 berths
8 days
08/09 - 15/09/2018
yacht rental price per week € 4 150 ($4 822) Special price: € 3 735 ($4 340)
Kalkara/Kalkara Marina (Malta)
11.3 m
3 cabins
6 berths
8 days
08/09 - 15/09/2018
yacht rental price per week € 2 195 ($2 550) Special price: € 2 085 ($2 423)
Kalkara/Kalkara Marina (Malta)
10.97 m
3 cabins
7 berths
8 days
08/09 - 15/09/2018
yacht rental price per week € 1 708 ($1 984)
Kalkara/Kalkara Marina (Malta)
11.3 m
3 cabins
8 berths
8 days
08/09 - 15/09/2018
yacht rental price per week € 2 040 ($2 370)
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Sailing In Malta

Taking a yacht charter in the Mediterranean is always a wise choice offering a rich assortment of exquisite sailing destinations and exciting itineraries to be explored. With 12Knots you are provided with the top-class yacht charter services in a number of breath-taking locations boasting the best sailing facilities. Malta may become one of such sailing destinations you probably highly appreciate, both skippered and bareboat, depending on your wish and budget.

Conveniently located in the Mediterranean Sea, Malta is an island country occupying a group of five islands, which form the Maltese archipelago. Three of those islands are populated, they are: Malta, Comino and Gozo. Also, they are the biggest islands of the archipelago. The rest two islands are Cominotto and Filfla.

Generally, Malta is geographically positioned between Sicily and the north of Africa. Due to the mentioned position, Malta, just like many of the Mediterranean countries, was largely influenced by cultures of both Europe and the Middle East. That also makes the image of Malta very much attractive on the cultural side, representing a diverse mixture of ancient traditions that used to dominate the country during many years.

Valletta is the capital of Malta, the city located on the Island of Malta, and considered to be the main island of the archipelago. Total length of the coastline is approximately 197 kilometres (122 miles), excluding the 56 kilometres belonging to the Gozo island. 

Yacht charter in Malta may be a great chance to take the most of the country’s rich culture, stunning nature, and warm, always significantly welcoming atmosphere, as well as the kind attitude of the local people. Absolutely, with a number of cosy marinas and luxury bays, Malta is for those, who love sailing. Its crystal waters call to set up sails and start exploring the Maltese islands. Besides, the area has much to offer for those who love snorkelling and diving. So one should not miss a great opportunity to explore the magical underwater world with its outstanding beauties to be definitely seen.

History and Culture Of Malta

Malta is the country of various landscapes with its picturesque tranquil bays and magnificent views of the white cliffs, rocky coastal areas, always accompanied by the sky-blue waters and pleasant sunshine.

Despite its relatively small area size (316 km²), Malta boasts history dating back to the ancient times. Strategically located on the crossroads of the European and African-Asian cultural and trade connections, Malta’s harbours had been attracting an array of nations for many years. As a result, a number of cultures, including the Greek, Roman, Arab, French and the British, used to rule the country up to the 1960's.

The capital city, Valletta, was established in 1571 by the Order of Knights of Malta, who used to control Malta since 1530. Valletta still has the ancient stone walls, which were erected in the mid-1560’s when the fleet of the Ottoman empire lead by Sultan Suleiman attempted to conquer the Maltese. Those impressive walls survived the both World Wars and still are the sites to see, if enjoying sailing vacations in Malta.

The major and the official religion of Malta is Catholicism, that is stated by the country’s Constitution. The Maltese have diverse traditions due to the same cultural variety caused by various cultural influences. National and religious holidays are commonly celebrated all over the country, some towns and villages also celebrate the memorial dates of their patron saints. One of the symbols generally associated with Malta is the Maltese Cross. Its four points with eight arms in total represent the eight lands the knights of the Maltese Order belonged to.  

So set sails to the Grand Harbor of Malta and enjoy your yacht charter in the perfect Mediterranean surrounding. Feel free to explore the passionate Malta and its unique coasts offering all of the local charm and hospitality. Take a cruising trip to the rich ancient history of the Maltese islands and walk by the age-old buildings and the famous protective walls of Valletta, that is absolutely worth it!

Maltese Cuisine

As a part of the Mediterranean culinary scene, Malta also offers a wide range of the most delicious foods and dishes one can even dream of on a sailing vacation. During your yacht charter in Malta you definitely must try local cuisine that has strong Mediterranean cooking traditions and includes many vegetables and olives. However, a number of the Maltese recipes and meals have the influence of different cultures that used to be predominant in the region. French, British, Sicilian and African impacts in food are still present: people on Malta like to drink tea with milk and enjoy French bakery.

Generally, the local food can be presented by different soups and pasta or risotto with a variety of toppings. It can be simply fish, grilled or baked, and served with fresh tomatoes, capers and a slice of lemon. Visit one of the waterfront restaurants and try the most fresh fish served from the night’s catch. There can be a list of recommended places you may wish to check out when sailing around the Maltese coastline:

  • Located in Valletta, it offers a spectacular interior and cozy atmosphere. This place is also interesting for being somewhat the museum of history of the Valletta city.
  • Palazzo Preca. Also in Valletta, famous for its seafood servings.
  • Ta’ Frenc. Restaurant, situated on the Gozo island. Known mostly for its locally-oriented cuisine, which uses mainly traditional Maltese ingredients.

Weather and Climate Conditions In Malta

The climate of Malta tends to be generally Mediterranean, but more likely subtropical, warm and mild even at winter season. The temperature is usually around 23ºC (74°F) during the months from May to October, and the sun shines bright mostly during the whole summer. The hottest months are July and September, while there can be cold breezes from the sea in the night time. But generally, in Malta it is warm even in winter, which are not long and not so wet as well. Rainfalls may happen in the period from October to March. In winter the average temperature is around 14ºC (57°F). The sailing season starts here in April and lasts to October, while the best period to sail is probably June-October, when the weather is blessed with steady winds and agreeable temperatures.

Sailing Conditions and Places to Sail In Malta

Definitely, taking a yacht charter in Malta is one of the best ways to explore the rich and diverse cultural heritage of this Mediterranean land. For those, who consider sailing to be the main reason to sail, Malta offers a great choice of natural lagoons to be discovered: the Dwejer Lagoon, the Crystal Lagoon and the Blue Lagoon, as well as a number of magnificent bays and beautiful beaches in the areas around the islands of Gozo and Comino. Drop an anchor in Comino to enjoy swimming in the day-time, or make a stop to stay for a night. Basically, all the bays of Malta are considered to be safe, and the coasts are picturesque and worth to be explored. Navigate your itinerary around the Maltese islands, quite easy at the point of sailing, which at the same time does not make it worse. The northern part of Malta is famous for its luxury beach resorts:

  1. Golden Bay
  2. Mellieha Bay
  3. Ghajn Tuffieha
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