Charter yacht in Portofino

34 yachts for rent in Portofino

Often called the "pearl of the Riviera," Portofino has long been fashionable to call "pompous," and today it is a very chic port to visit on a luxury yacht. Initially, it was a “gas station” for the merchant sailors of Genoa, by the beginning of the 20th century it was a quiet, albeit very beautiful fishing village. To add to this mystery, Portofino has a mythical color in its history.

  • 2010
  • Length 5.60 m
$ 344
per day
12:55 28.05.2020
Gozzo — 6.5 mt (2010)
Portofino, Italy
  • 2010
  • Length 6.50 m
$ 401
per day
22:12 24.04.2020
Riva 68 Ego Super
Portofino, Italy
  • 2006
  • Length 20.82 m
  • Beam 5.45 m
  • Draft 1.85 m
$ 5 734
per day
01:34 06.02.2020
  • 2020
  • Length 9.90 m
$ 2 867
per day
23:47 28.01.2020
  • 2012
  • Length 10.00 m
$ 2 064
per day
23:46 28.01.2020
Riva Aquarama
Portofino, Italy
  • 1970
  • Length 8.45 m
  • Beam 2.60 m
  • Draft 0.60 m
$ 3 440
per day
20:54 27.01.2020
  • 2011
  • Length 9.92 m
$ 2 982
per day
17:42 14.08.2019
  • 2019
  • Length 5.50 m
$ 344
per day
17:42 14.08.2019
  • 2000
  • Length 6.60 m
$ 672
per day
14:42 03.08.2019
pershing — 76 (2006)
Portofino, Italy
  • 2006
  • Length 24.00 m
$ 8 028
per day
18:23 24.07.2019
nelson — 24 (2010)
Portofino, Italy
  • 2010
  • Length 8.00 m
$ 573
per day
17:28 24.07.2019
nelson — 24 (2010)
Portofino, Italy
  • 2010
  • Length 8.00 m
$ 688
per day
17:28 24.07.2019
  • 2010
  • Length 14.00 m
$ 3 440
per day
03:44 19.07.2019
Tempest 775 Capelli
Portofino, Italy
  • 2018
  • Length 7.75 m
  • Beam 2.97 m
$ 1 371
per day
05:09 19.05.2019
  • 2018
  • Length 7.00 m
$ 1 152
per day
05:09 19.05.2019
  • 2018
  • Length 5.80 m
$ 806
per day
05:09 19.05.2019
Allegra — 18 (2018)
Portofino, Italy
  • 2018
  • Length 5.30 m
$ 343
per day
05:08 19.05.2019
  • 2002
  • Length 41.00 m
  • Beam 7.20 m
  • Draft 2.20 m
$ 1 032
per day
05:05 08.05.2019
nelson — 24 (1997)
Portofino, Italy
  • 1997
  • Length 8.00 m
$ 1 032
per day
05:03 08.05.2019
Liberty — 48 (2012)
Portofino, Italy
  • 2012
  • Length 14.60 m
$ 5 677
per day
05:00 08.05.2019

Pliny the Elder claimed that the Romans founded the city, calling it Portus Dolphini, or Port of the Dolphins, due to the large number of these frolic animals in the Tigullian Bay.

Discovered by German and British tourists in the 1920s, by the 1950s, tourism had crowded out fishing boats. Thus, Portofino became a favorite for Princess Grace, Richard Burton and Liz Taylor , whose other favorite island is Ischia, also Italian. Situated in stunning natural beauty, this city today is a chic marina and offers exclusive boutiques, fine dining restaurants and coastal cliffs teeming with pastel colored villas.

“Interior” of the city

You can start a yacht strictly in the tiny “central part” of Portofino Marina, or anchor, or find a mooring ball inside the harbor, or anchor right at the entrance to the harbor of the National Park. In any case, docking requires a reservation in advance, which is reflected in the price. This, however, is the best of traditional Italian fishing villages with facades painted in all shades of earthly Tuscan color.

Take a stroll through the small streets and enjoy gorgeous shopping. Maybe have tea or sit in the garden, for example, at the Chuflay restaurant in Belmond Splendido Mare in the harbor, or have a drink on the terrace at the Belmond Spendido located high above the harbor on a hillside . Enjoy your meal in a small restaurant or simply soak up the atmosphere and life of this little piece of paradise from the stern of your yacht.

Things to do in Portofino

  1. Shopping : in stores selling goods from Missoni, Dior, Prada, Hermes, Salvatore Ferragamo and Louis Vuitton, hidden along main streets and small side streets, you can find a pretty chic collection of fashion clothes.
  2. Walking : exit the main square on the south side of the harbor along the point of land protecting the harbor from the Ligurian Sea to see the Church of St. George, “Castello Brown” and at the end - the lighthouse. A walk along this land point offers stunning views of Portofino harbor and villas located on the opposite side of the harbor, and the Ligurian Sea on the other.
  3. Hiking : An extensive network of trails runs through the hillsides that are part of the surrounding Portofino Regional Park. There are also many coastal paths that run along the hillsides surrounding the harbor and outside the land facing the south side of the harbor. In addition to the trails, there are also small coastal winding roads that pass fabulous villas in the surrounding hills.
  4. “Belmond Hotel Splendido” and “Belmond Splendido Mare” : one 5-star hotel located above Portofino harbor, considered one of the best hotels in Europe, as well as a great cocktail destination with great views before sunset or 4-course dinner. The second is a port, with a wonderful restaurant “Chuflay”, in the garden, right by the harbor, great for drinking, tea, lunch or dinner.

This pearl of the small harbor is very sheltered and hidden in the surrounding slopes. Beautiful water is surrounded by the facades of old plastered and countless Tuscan buildings. You can drop by here for a quick visit or spend a longer time, relax and enjoy the slower pace of life in this traditional fishing village, which has chic world when you rent a private yacht.