Merhba means welcome
If you make a sailing trip around Malta, an adventure through the centuries and an impressive backdrop are waiting for you. This is an island where oriental as well as occidental styles mix. British, Arabian, and Italian influences have made this island a multicultural destination.
Located about 60 miles away from Sicily in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, Malta and its neighboring islands Gozo (the green island) and Comino will delight you with good sailing wind and temperatures that are pleasant even off-season. During a Yachtcharter starting in Valetta, small fishing harbors, nice bays to drop anchor in, wild stone covered coasts, grottoes, and small modern marinas as well as friendly, cordial inhabitants are waiting for the sailor.
Whoever wants to experience some culture during a Yachtcharter in Malta is well advised to come.
Fort Elmo, once under siege by the Turks for three months, can be discerned from a far distance from Grand Harbour in Valetta.
The size of Malta enables even the sailor who can’t take time for many trips on land to get an impression of the 7000 year long history of Malta. No matter where the visitor goes there is history to be discovered.
The former capital Mdina and the Roman Domus are open seven days a week and invite you to a visit. The market in Marsaxlokk is open even on a Sunday morning. Here you can buy fresh fish, vegetables, equipment of all kinds as well as handmade products from Malta for not too much money while your yacht is anchored just a few feet away.
Since November 2005 the first catamaran of our fleet is in Grand Harbour, Valetta, in the new Camper and Nicholson marinas in the heart of the city.
The Queen of England officially opened the harbour on November 24, 2005. Today it is already considered to be a hot tip for sailors who want to start their Yachtcharter out of Valetta into a magnificent scenery.
Malta is also interesting because of the relatively cheap flights that can lead you to the island. There is also the possibility of a Yachtcharter from Malta to Sicily. If you have two weeks time you may also sail to the island Lampedusa or to Tunisia.
Our VPM-Yachtcharter base in Malta is located at the Grand Harbour Marina, Valetta
CORONA / Covid-19 info on sailing & yacht charter in Malta
Although there are currently no compulsory registration or restrictions for travellers to Malta,
please note the latest developments on the website of your local Foreign Office.
Yachtcharter in Malta:
Gozo, Mgarr Harbour, Comino, Blue Lagoon, Cirkewwa, Valetta Harbours, Marsaxlokk Bay, Grand Habour Marina, Grand Habour Marina- Birgu
Grand Habour Marina
Grand Habour Marina- Birgu