Day 2 (Monday):
Procida at about 1-hour sailing, bays Recommended: Corricella, baia di Chiaiolella (9 miles) Excellent and suggestive port with possibility of mooring and overnight services on land and excellent restaurants. In Procida you can discover an ancient seaside village, founded in times of the Greeks and Romans, where time seems to have stopped. You will see fishermen repairing nets on the shores along the
coast. Also recommended bath in the little island of Vivara.
Day 3 (Tuesday): 40 minutes of sailing and you can easily reach the beautiful island of Ischia (13 miles), The greatest of the Flegree Islands. Discover the revitalizing spas and thermal springs of the island of Ischia to which
magical healing powers are attributed. To see the Aragonese castle in Ischia Bridge, The whole coast of the Island and in particular the South and South West side is very beautiful and with different mooring possibilities: Ischia Ponte, Cartaromana, SGarrupata and Sorgeto . Don't miss the village of Sant Angelo and
its bay next to the thermal beach of the fumaroles to the billows.
Day 4 (Wednesday): Set sail for Ponza, where you will anchor at Frontone Bay or Chiaia di Luna Bay. Take a leisurely walk ashore for an aperitivo on the beach and then back on board for dinner under the stars.
Day 5 (Thursday): At the same distance you reach the island of Ponza(50 miles) with its bays and beaches. Underwater caves, jagged coastlines, fabulous beaches and breathtaking cliffs attract thousands of tourists,
divers and sailors who normally choose the Chiaia di Luna beach, a white sandy beach reachable only on foot, surrounded by a Cliff overlooking the sea. Pediment, Easy to reach and not to miss the uninhabited and beautiful island of Palmarola with "possibility of staying overnight according to the weather conditions.
Day 6 (Friday): Return navigation to the base with stop for the supply of diesel oil to the marina of Ischia Porto or a few miles to the marina of Procida.
Day 7 (Saturday): Return to base by 6pm or 8/8.30 a.m. maximum to Marina Maglietta.