Malta, Valletta

An archipelago positioned between Sicily and the North African coast, Malta’s rugged landscape and secluded bays encourages a charter around its islands and challenges seafarers to race the longer reaches across the Mediterranean Sea. Breaking up the rocky cliff sides are architectural delights steeped in history, from fortification ruins to grand churches.

Carrying the weight of over 7,000 years of history, Malta played witness to the rise and falls of civilizations – to become a historical archive that celebrates its absorbed cultures. Its rich archaeological treasures and World Heritage sites include the underground labyrinth of the Hypogeum burial site, the ever-present Baroque influences teeming in Valletta architecture, and the grand high-arched St. John’s Co-Cathedral. Preserved Megalithic Temples of Malta and the Neolithic Ggantija Temples are also markers of history, some of the world’s oldest monuments.

Valleta’s distinct waterfront warehouses-cum-commercial port, however elegant and quaint, loses out to Comino islet’s famed Blue Lagoon. Gozo Island holds similar geological charms, the Azure Window a natural limestone arch that draws in scuba divers and cave enthusiasts. More coastal gems can be found at the Blue Grotto, a series of sea caves accessible by boat. And it is at Ramla Bay where history and nature collide once again, the remains of a Roman villa setting up a truly unique space.

Temperatures are mild in the winter, but the expected precipitation may deter you from visiting in the colder months. Summer is generally dry with August averaging 30℃ in the day, and dropping to a breezy 22℃ at night.

Valletta at Dusk, Malta Blue Lagoon Local Sailing Yachts Maltese Luzzu An Old Gaffer Valletta Azure Window, Malta Local Fisherman Panoramic view of Valletta Mdina, Malta Snorkeling in Turquoise Waters Spinola Bay, Malta The Classic Morris Minor Blue Lagoon, Malta Saluting Battery Entrance to Mdina Mdina Cathedral World Class Diving The Xlendi Tower on Gozo Images of Malta St George's Bay Valletta, Malta The Island of Gozo, Malta Matese Sunset, Malta Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Balluta Bay Msida Marina, Malta Triton Fountain, Valletta, Malta Valletta Waterfront, Malta St Julian's Bay, Malta Vittoriosa, Malta

Malta Yacht Charter

We have a selection of Bareboat Yachts from 38 to 50 feet. Beneteau Oceanis, Cyclades, Dufour, Hanse and Bavaria complete the collection. The Yachts are Ideal for Island hopping, visiting Tunisia, Sicily or just hanging out. Airport Transfers and Diving can be arranged.

Name Length Currency Max Min
Sun Odyssey 439 44ft LOA 4,160 3,120
Oceanis 50 50ft LOA 6,211 4,665
Oceanis 48 48ft LOA 6,211 4,665
M/Y Sundene 24.5 Meter LOA 29,000 25,000
Lucia 40 40 ft LOA 8,650 4,850
Lipari 41 41 ft LOA 7,535 4,290
Jeanneau 53 53ft LOA 6,759 5,070
Dufour 520 GL 15.2 Meter LOA 7,630 5,723
Dufour 460 GL 46 ft LOA 4,995 3,625
Dufour 455 45ft LOA 4,558 3,524
Dufour 450 45 ft LOA 4,316 3,276
Dufour 382 38 ft LOA 3,525 2,525
Dufour 365 36ft LOA 2,917 2,035
Bavaria 50 Cruiser 50ft LOA 5,530 4,162
Bavaria 36 Cruiser 36ft LOA 3,205 2,249
Bali 4.1 Catamaran 41 ft LOA 6,825 6,825

Malta Base Map

Base Name: Malta

Port Name: Malta