• Where we sail

    Turquoise waters is our motto

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    West Cyclades

    An archipelago created by Poseidon, the God of the Sea

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    Kornati Archipelago

    Islands "made out of tears, stars and breath"

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    La Maddalena Archipelago

    A Mediterranean version of the Caribbean

  • Gorgeous sandy beaches, architecture in white and blue, traditional lifestyle, folk music, warm, hospitable people and barren landscapes with isolated chapels turn a trip to the Cyclades into a lifetime experience.
    The name “Cyclades” refers to the islands forming a circle (the name in English means: “circular islands”) around the sacred island of Delos. According to the Greek mythology, Poseidon, God of the sea, furious at the Cyclades nymphs turned them into islands.
    We will enjoy the dazzling light and the crystal blue waters, in the quest of the paradise on earth: we'll sail across Serifos, Kea, Kythnos, Syros and Sifnos.

  • George Bernard Shaw fell in love with the Kornati islands and said “On the last day of Creation God desired to crown His work, and thus created the Kornati islands out of tears, stars and breath.


    It is a fitting description of a very unique landscape, where the typically karstic terrain makes the stark whiteness of rocks drop dramatically against the deep-blue Adriatic. The 140 islands are riddled with cracks, caves, grottoes and rugged cliffs, all surrounded by crystal clear blue waters.


    The majority of the 300 square km is a National Park – helping to preserve its natural beauty and tranquillity. Many will know the neighbouring Dalmatian Islands as a busy holiday spot, but we chose the Kornati islands because they are different. Stunning bays and tranquil coves allow us to enjoy quiet nights at anchor, sail mindfully across uninhabited islands and meditate on deserted beaches.


    Setting sail from Split, we will visit other beautiful spots on the way, stopping for some top notch snorkelling and some Croatian tavernas at night.

  • As Conde Nast Traveller puts it: "In the translucent seas of the Maddalena archipelago, you're in another world. It doesn't feel like the Mediterranean here. It feels like a more rugged version of the Caribbean. Suspended between Sardinia and Corsica, this scatter of seven large islands and 55 tiny isolotti has some of the most spectacular beaches you'll find anywhere in Italy, and some of the cleanest and clearest water."


    We couldn't say it better! We love Sardinia for its heavenly turquoise lagoons and La Maddalena Archipelago is for us the ultimate destination for a mindful holiday, a brilliant alternative to the noise and stress of the crowded summer vacation:there are innumerable deserted beaches only accessible by boat, inhabited islands, pristine stretches of sand, impossibly crystal clear waters, and the most spectacular land- and seascapes.

    Yacht + Yoga_La Maddalena Archipelago

    During the week we will be sailing around the 7 islands (Maddalena, Caprera, Spargi, Santo Stefano, Budelli, Rizzoli, Santa Maria) and several little ‘isolotti’ that make up the Archipelago. We will be looking for the quietest spots, most idillic beaches and bluest waters.


    Our itinerary is flexible: we like following the wind and see where it takes us, as sometimes planning when sailing just doesn’t work. There might be very little wind, or too much wind, the sea might be too choppy or too cold to swim in. We cannot control the weather, so we choose to give in to spontaneity and the good old yoga adage of ‘letting go’.


    We discuss the day’s itinerary with our skipper in the morning, aiming to get to these beautiful spots during the course of the week:

    • Cala Coticcio, also called Tahiti for its exotic beauty
    • The Pink Beach, where a hermit guardian looks after the precious pink sand
    • Il Manto della Madonna, the so-called “Holy Mary’s Cloak” for the otherworldly blue of this stretch of sea
    • Roccia dell’Orso, the Bear Rock, which is, as you probably guessed, shaped as a bear
    • The Relic beach

    We will be walking around the picturesque La Maddalena town and will have the option to visit Garibaldi’s house, where the Italian hero spent his last days, asking for his bed to be moved to where he could gaze at “the emerald and sapphire sea”.

  • Saturday

    You will be arriving at the marina. Check in time is 18:00. Transfer from the airport can be arranged.

    Sunday to Friday

    morning yoga

    We get up in the morning and practice meditation and a little wake up flow routine before having breakfast on deck.

    Sunday to Friday

    Mornings and afternoons

    After breakfast we set sail for the islands, where we can snorkel, swim, dive, go for a walk, soak up the sun, relax.

    We have a light lunch on board and we continue to explore the archipelago.

    Sunday to Friday


    Around 6pm we get to a nice little beach to practise yoga at sunset. Dinner will be served on board or enjoyed on land in nice little Italian restaurants. Some nights we'll be staying at marinas and some others in secluded bays, just us + the stars.


    Check out time is at 09:00. Transfers can be arranged for you to travel to the airport.

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