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Charter Bareboating Tuscany: Elba, Capraia, Cap Corse

Looking for some details on charter bareboat sailing in the Tyrranean Sea, here's a description of a bareboat sailing vacation out of Elba Island which includes passages to the northern tip of Corsica and the small protected island of Capraia.

The description includes photos, mapped itinerary, and voyage log plus articles on pre-departure considerings, bareboat provisioning, and bareboat navigation considerations.

Enjoy this beautiful Italian charter bareboat experience which doesn't require spending every night in port.

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Yes, those are wonderful cruising grounds. The Elba island is one of the most underrated islands in the med. It is just beautiful with lots of nice places to anchor and delightful small ports. Even the capital city, Porto Ferraio is beautiful. Napoleon was imprisoned there. Have a look at the the city from my boat, on the Port, that Admiral Nelson once considered the best Mediterranean Port:



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Great Photo! How long di you cruise Elba, the Med? Are you still there?
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I have cruised on the med 7 seasons, intercalated with Atantic seasons.

On those waters (Corsica, Sardignia, Elba) I have cruised for two seasons.

No, I am no there. I have sold my boat but I intend to buy a new one in Croatia and start from there to the Eastern Med part.
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