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Private Catamaran Cruise Adventures To The Beautiful Islands of Southern Italy!

June 18 - 24, 2022

July 9 - 15, 2022

July 30 - August 5, 2022


Pack your sunglasses and swimming suit for an amazing six night and seven day private catamaran cruise to the beautiful Islands of Southern Italy destined to bring countless pleasant surprises and memorable moments that will take your breath away.

Join us for an unforgettable, one-of-a-kind catamaran cruise on the enchanting waters of Italy's Tyrrhenian Sea where we will discover a region of picturesque seaside towns, charming villages, and beautiful views interspersed with crystal blue waters and majestic cliffs. We will be cruise along a unique coastline making stops in Salerno, Sorrento, Procida, Ischia, Capri, and Amalfi, each having their own charismatic small ports, beautiful hidden harbors, and towns that are the essence of serenity, traditions, and history waiting to be explored. Exquisite cuisine, stunning coastal landscapes, beautiful beaches and a wealth of cultural and natural wonders - it's hard not to fall in love with this Mediterranean paradise.

Salerno is an authentic local’s town and is one of the best-preserved historical centers on the peninsula, characterized by medieval, winding streets. Salerno is where you will find a variety of landscapes and natural wonders that are rich with traditions. There are many things to do in this town with charming individuality, especially around its centro storico (historic center) where medieval churches and neighborhood trattorias echo with the addictive bustle of southern Italy. Salerno offers precious memories that will last a lifetime.


Sorrento is a colorful town overlooking the Bay of Naples in Southern Italy on the Sorrentine Peninsula. This small city in Campania is famed for its sea cliffs that rise 55 meters above the sea, where the town’s steep slopes look out over crystal blue waters and the islands of Ischia and Capri. Salerno sits amid lemon and orange groves and is the birthplace of Limoncello liqueur. It's a delightful town of strolling, relaxing, and enjoying a bit of la dolce vita.


Procida is the smallest inhabited island in the Bay of Naples, on the south-eastern coast of Italy. This beautiful island is full of charm and has an incredible laid-back, local feel with shops that are mostly catered to the locals. Even thought Procida is tiny, there are plenty of interesting places to visit and things to do such as, a visit to ‘Marina di Corricella’ where the view from the road up to the castle is a sweeping, romantic vista across a glistening bay with fishing boats bobbing in the harbor, and the ice-cream colors of the 17th-century fishermen’s houses. The entire island has an area of only 1.6 square miles. Exploring by foot is one of the best things to do in Procida to truly appreciate this beautiful town.

Ischia is a volcanic island and the most developed and largest of the islands in the Gulf of Naples. The island of Ischia is known as ‘The Green Island” due to its year round mild climate, unspoiled landscapes, numerous pine trees and a rich Mediterranean vegetation giving the island an explosion of colors and fragrances. Because the island is of volcanic origin, it hides in its underground a high concentration of mineral-rich thermal waters and is considered to be ‘The Capital of European Natural Spa,’ a place where you can relax while indulging in wellness regimens. Ischia offers numerous thermal spas and wellness centers where you can regenerate your body and soul. A down-to-earth and picturesque island that offers exotic sceneries with flowing hills, rocky beaches and the dramatic ‘Faraglioni,’ three towering rock formations that soar like a dream lost in the cobalt blue sea that surrounds them. Ischia is a jewel on the Mediterranean Sea.


Capri is the most popular of the islands enchanting people since ancient times, its glittering blue seas and pine tree strewn lands casting a spell over all who visit. Capri is known for its jaw dropping natural beauty, delicious cuisine, upscale hotels and world-class shopping, from designer fashions to handmade leather sandals. Capri is also well known for its extraordinary natural site, the Blue Grotto (Grotta Azzurra), which has been bewitching visitors since the time of the Roman emperor, Tiberius. The Grotto’s remarkable optical effect is created by the sunlight bouncing off the cave walls, producing electric-blue water that seems to glow. When exploring this majestic island and you’re wandering down tidy pathways, surrounded by bright flowers on one side and views of the sea on the other, finding your way around Capri becomes part of the fun!


Amalfi is a charming and historically rich town on Italy’s scenic Amalfi Coast. Amalfi is a town that is magically suspended between the blue sky and the iridescent colored sea. A vertical landscape characterized by a picturesque labyrinth of stairways and narrow alleys, connecting the two main elements of this landscape: the mountains and the sea. Natives refer to this hillside city as “the pearl of the Mediterranean,” with its ivory colored buildings, complete with tiled terracotta roofs. Amalfi rewards its visitors with a peak into the region’s lemon cultivation, where the sweet scent of lemon blossom is a citrus delight, as well as tranquil beaches and historical sights. This is the island where you can experience breathtaking medieval architecture, crystal blue waters, artisan shops, and a plethora of authentic eating and drinking establishments that welcome you in like a warm hug, making it difficult to end your stay.


Experience and enjoy the flavors of the local cuisine, then spend some time exploring the islands.

You will get lost in a magnificent whirl of fragrances, unforgettable sunsets, colors, tasty dishes, small villages and stunning cliffs with breathtaking views - a Mediterranean paradise!


For a full brochure and pricing, please send us an email to culinarygenes@gmail.com


Here are pictures of each island!




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