WHAT WE LOVE ABOUT COSTA SMERALDA
SPORTS
THE RETURN
OF THE PERINI NAVI
THE SAILING GIANTS 
TO BE SEEN ONCE IN A LIFETIME
An opportunity for us to see up close the award-winning 70-meter ketch Sybaris and the 55-meter Galileo G motor yacht, following the competition as non-belligerent spectators, and also Seahawk, with its 59 meters, and The Aquarius, launched in 1990, Victoria A and Silenzio as well.

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ON THE COAST
PORTOROTUNDITY
A NOBLE CHARACTERISTIC 
OF THE SOUL
The easy-going attitude with which a true Portorotundite faces life, it’s pleasures and adversities, even those adversities that are more or less obviously inherent in every pleasure (don’t you agree?) are handled with a healthy but considered dose of lightheartedness. Considered, but carefree. 
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ON THE COAST
DR.STRANGECOAST
10 WAYS TO BE ORIGINAL
ON HOLIDAYS 
It is widely accepted that that which is original is good, and those that provide us with a different view are certainly not to be made fun of. Just think how boring it would be if everyone went around with the same car, in the same colour, and if we all said the same things over and over to everyone.

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TAP TO FLIP THROUGH THE NEW COAST MAG


                                      
 
2018
ECOLOGY OF SELF
SARDINIA IS 
GENUINE
LET'S REVIEW OUR 
EATING HABITS HERE
"I need to know the history of any food. I need to know where it comes from. I have to be able to imagine the hands that cultivated, worked and cooked what I eat." Holidays in Sardinia are not just about loungers and sun creams, there is an excellent opportunity to be seized: 
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ON THE COAST
CATCH 22
EVERYBODY WHO CLAIMS TO BE GEORGE CLOONEY IS NOT GEORGE CLOONEY
Wandering around the set of Catch-22, the television series that George Clooney has been shooting for a couple of months in Olbia - in the double role of director and actor - was quite an experience. It's because of the uniforms worn by the extras: heavy, brown and unsuitable - just like the real ones. 
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COAST ROOTS
THE COAST'S
DEEPEST ROOTS
THE PREHISTORY OF THE 
COSTA SMERALDA
Intrigues and relationships born on the French Riviera, the Aga Khan, the Guinness. Having fun and doing well in life. Possibly with class, generosity and foresight...
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WIKICOAST
THE ISLAND 
OF TAVOLARA
IS THE WORLD'S SMALLEST KINGDOM
It is not a legend but a true story. In 1836 Prince Carlo Alberto of Savoy met with Giuseppe Bertoleoni, an ex smuggler: shepherd, sailor and a man full of charisma, Giuseppe had awarded himself the title of King.
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ON THE COAST
TO THE
LIGHTHOUSE
8 FASCINATING LIGHTHOUSES 
YOU SHOULDN'T MISS TO VISIT IN COSTA
SMERALDA AND THE ARCHIPELAGO
Some can be reached by land, along half-hidden paths leading through the scents of the Mediterranean scrub. Others are scattered around islands and islets and even in summer are havens of total silence...
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THE YACHT CLUB COSTA SMERALDAS' NEW MAGAZINE


                

                                     2018                    
                                      
                                            2018
ITINERARIES
BEACH SCOUTING 
NOW!
GET READY FOR A SUMMER 
OF NEW PLACES ON THE COAST
Summer preview: the perfect chance to find new beaches and enchanting paths through spectacular Sardinian blooms. Download CoastApp to your smartphone for free to select and navigate to all of the beaches on the Costa Smeralda.
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SPORTS
THE WEEK OF MAXI'S
THE J CLASS ARE BACK
AT THE MAXI YACHT ROLEX CUP
THIS YEAR
The J Class yachts Svea, Topaz and Velsheda will sail in the Supermaxi class along with My Song and Viriella. The reigning champion Momo, owned by YCCS member Dieter Schoen, will be up against Cannonball, Jethou, Lucky, Proteus and Sorcha.
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ITINERARIES
FLOWERY FORAYS

A DAY (OR TWO) AMIDST NORTHERN SARDINIA’S INCREDIBLE SPRING
Taking a lesser-known turn off and getting lost in the flowering meadows of the woods of Gallura is an experience you owe to yourself.  Impressive new vistas are now within easy reach...
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SPORTS
TWENTY YEARS 
OF SWANS
110 BOATS FOR THE 20th 
ROLEX SWAN CUP
During the Swan Cup PortoCervo is thronged with smiling, sunburnt faces shining with the kind of happiness that only a great day on the water brings to the soul. That is the essence of the Swan Cup, some of the owners may
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COAST STYLE
EASTER(N) VS. 
WESTERN WINDS
WHAT TO DO ON A WINDY DAY
IN COSTA SMERALDA
Clear skies and crisp sea air, driven by a 30-40 horsepower engine otherwise known as the mistral wind. Just go with the flow and make the most this blustery day with our five top tips for enjoying the windy time in the Coast ...

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SUSTAINABLE COAST
ELECTRIC REVOLUTION
AUDI AND ENEL BUILDING THE 
NETWORK OF THE FUTURE 

"In the autumn we will introduce the Audi e-tron, the first fully electric Audi that will pave the way for 20 more models over the next 7 years." Enel has presented a project for the installation of 7,000 charge points by 2020, which will grow to 14,000 by 2022

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COAST.STYLE
COAST PEOPLE
LOVE SARDINIA
PEOPLE ON HOLIDAY IN 
COSTA SMERALDA AND ITS SURROUNDINGS
It’s time to talk about holidays again, time to play and to see things from a different point of view - as we do when we are on vacation. So coast people is not something you can belong to, that includes or excludes anyone, it refers to that slice of space and time when we are on holidays, different from our usual selves, doing different things, in a different mood, and with more time.
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INSPIRATIONAL
DESERT ISLAND
BLUES
ALL ABOUT MAROONING

The idea of being abandoned and surviving on a desert island is inextricably linked to a romantic (and aromatic) idea of adventure.
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ITINERARIES
TRIP TO BONIFACIO
BECAUSE WE LOVE CORSICA
Founded in 833 by the eponymous Tuscan Marquis who settled there after a battle with the Saracens, Bonifacio remains the favourite port of call for yachts making their way between the two islands. 
No one can resist this and the fairy-tale setting of its port.
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ITINERARIES
DISCOVER THE 
SARDINIAN DEER
A DAY LONG JOURNEY TO THE
HEART OF THE ISLAND

Under two hours by car and less than half an hour by chopper: there’s a very special place at the foot of Monte Spada near Fonni, light years from the sandy beaches and intelligent buoys of the Costa,  felis, ultricies nec, pellentesque eu, pretium quis, sem…
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COAST STYLE
COAST 
EN VOGUE
THE COSTA LIKES VOGUE 
AND VICEVERSA
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THE COAST
PORTO RAFAEL
MEDITERRANEAN'S MOST 
RELAXED STYLE OF REVELRY

When Rafael Neville, Count of Berlanga (near Marbella, Spain) discovered it in1961, Porto Rafael was just a pretty cove a stone’s throw from Palau. He founded the hamlet there that bears his name, his crest and his motto: “to dream is to live”.

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LA COSTA
BAJA ÈPOQUE
PICCOLA STORIA PER IMMAGINI
DI BAJA SARDINIA

C'era una volta cala Battistoni, che prendeva il nome da un suo abitante grosso e pacifico di nome Battista. Nel 1962 Domenico Gentili, titolare della ditta che produceva il famoso sapone Sole, varcò il cancello di questa proprietà agricola, cui si arrivava solo per una strada bianca. Trattò l'acquisto di alcuni ettari in riva al mare, su cui costruire Baja Sardinia. Ci sono molti buffi aneddoti legati alla nascita del villaggio, 
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THE COAST
5+1 KINDS OF PEOPLE TO MEET 
IN GOLFO ARANCI
THERE'S A LOT GOING ON IN THE COSTA'S NEW PLACE TO GO
Everyone loves Golfo Aranci. One of the reasons is because here eating seafood is inevitable, practically instinctive. Discovered by fishermen from Ponza who settled here generations ago, it is home to at least a dozen restaurants that you cannot miss out on if you like truly good fish. 
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