Luxury Yacht Rental in Lazio

Luxury Yacht Charter Guide to Lazio

While some yacht charters will head straight for the shores of the Amalfi Coast or the Riviera, but the Lazio region of Italy boast more splendour than you can shake a stick at. No other yachting destination in the world can deliver the ancient splendour of the Eternal City, the best art work in the world, and the finest wine from countryside all in one fell swoop. From following in the footsteps of emperors and Caesars to the painted strokes of Michelangelo – cruising Lazio is one of the greatest cultural experiences you could wish for.

Colosseum in Rome, Italy. Roman Colosseum is one of the main travel attractions. Colosseum in the sunlight. Scenic view of Colosseum.
Saint Peter's Square in Vatican and aerial view of Rome
Boccale castle the sea near Livorno in Tuscany region in Italy

Reasons to Charter a Yacht in Lazio

The Eternal City

Even the name Rome comes with a sigh that captures ancient history, utter romance, and rare delights. Whether you adore discovering the ruins of the past, admiring some of the worlds best art, or simply throwing yourself headfirst into delectable tastes and designer shopping – Rome has an angle to suit your yacht charter dreams.

Art and Architecture

From Michelangelo to Caravaggio – the streets of Italy are paved in priceless works of art. Rome will send you into a whirlwind of wonder; from the impeccable architecture of the ancient Pantheon to the epic marble carvings of the Trevi Fountain and the extensive collection to be found at the Vatican Museums.

Amazing Visions

La Dolce Vita is alive and well on the western coast of Italy and any yacht charter guest will be in their element to witness some of the Europe’s most impressive sights. Nothing can compare to standing in the shadow of the mighty colosseum, sipping soft Chianti, and glazing yourself on the sun soaked and utterly sophisticated beaches that cling to the western coastline.

Rome, Italy. Vatican dome of Saint Peter Basilica (Italian San Pietro) and Sant'Angelo Bridge, over Tiber river.
The Leaning Tower in a sunny day in Pisa, Italy.
Elba island, Rio Marina village bay. Bay beach and lighthouse. Tuscany, Italy, Europe.

Where to Visit in Lazio


All roads lead to Rome. No yacht charter to Lazio would be complete without swinging by the Eternal City. There is so much to see and do in Rome; a place so resplendent in storeys of ancient history, art, culture and the finest food in the world. Take a tour of the Colosseum and hear the bloody tales of the gladiators, wander up Palatine Hill and admire the beautiful remains of the Forum. Swing by Vatican City to catch a glimpse of the pope and go weak at the knees for the taste of artichoke in the Jewish Quarter.


Leave the ruins of Rome behind and head down on your yacht charter to the pastel shades of Ponza. More ruins await in this charming harbour front hideaway; from the Greeks to the Egyptians and the Etruscans, every turn on Ponza offers something fascinating for history lovers. After days exploring endless excavations, there is no better way to finish than with a fresh seafood supper at one of the waterfront al fresco restaurants. Afterwards, return to the deck of your luxury yacht for limoncello beneath the moon or drop anchor in Chiaia di Luna so you can wake up to one of the most beautiful beaches in Italy.


Sandy beaches and sublime seafood, what more could you want from the perfect Italian superyacht escape? The charming town of Anzio very much captures the nautical niceties of the Lazio region. Visit the Grotte di Nerone to see the scattered ruins across the beach once owned by Roman Emperors, wander around the WWII museum, and soak up the mood in this old marine heart of Italy.

When to Charter a Yacht in Lazio

Long seasonal summers make Lazio a perfect yacht charter port of call during the months of April and October. The shoulder seasons can be sublime especially as the summer crowds have dispersed and the mighty sights of the Colosseum and the Vatican are much more enjoyable without the theme park style lines. Summer is hot and happening, but again the crowds can be a challenge.

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