At OceanLine we aim to make your yacht charter Malta experience as smooth and straightforward as possible. Once you have decided to luxuriate on a sumptuous yacht exploring the many wondrous locations, we suggest you first scroll through our list of charter boats. Before choosing a yacht that is within your price range, please be sure to check the maximum number of guests allowed on that specific boat. As soon as you have chosen a yacht ideal for the occasion, contact us by filling out the enquiry form or via a phone call. Our brokers are available 24/7. So rest assured that they will get back to you regarding the availabilities in a timely manner. The next step would be picking a location you wish to visit during your Malta yacht charter.
You can read through our descriptions of various breathtaking destinations. If you wish to have a selection of succulent dishes and refreshing beverages on board, you can choose a menu from one of our set menus to satisfy your taste buds. The yacht charter start at 10 AM, so we advise you to arrive at the marina 15 minutes prior to departure. Your broker is always there to guide you in terms of location. The following eight hours aboard are yours to spend on adrenaline and fun fuelled activities, or simply lay back with a glass of bubbly and soothe your senses. The yacht charter Malta crew are skillful industry professionals specifically chosen to cater to our esteemed guests’ every need. The yacht charter Malta experience awaits you. Follow us on social.
Nested in the heart of the Mediterranean, Malta boasts exceptional weather all year round. With
tranquil blue waters and dazzling sun, spending the day on a yacht admiring the many picturesque
gems is the ultimate divertissement.
The Maltese archipelago is a truly unique yacht charter destination that has a variety of
breathtaking harbours, awe-inspiring landscapes, spectacular beaches, undisturbed natural
sightings and ancient formations.
With our extensive range of magnificent charter yachts for hire, you are guaranteed to have an
ultimate blast in the locations of your choice. Charter an opulent yacht in Malta with Oceanline and
let our adept crew guide you and cater to your every desire.
The second largest island of the Maltese archipelago, Gozo is the ideal escape that boasts unique
coastal landscape, blue skies, and crystal-clear waters. Aside from its numerous scenic site, Gozo
is also known for its many feasts and carnivals. With religious ceremonies, live music and
fireworks, it is an island one must visit to experience the true Mediterranean spirit.
One place you are sure to see when reaching the serene island of Gozo is Mgarr Harbour. The
marina that wins people’s hearts with its tranquil simplicity and the breathtaking scenery was originally
intended to be a fortified city like Valletta. Even though the fort was built, it never evolved into a
city. However, the port has retained it’s antique charm and has gained popularity with its new local
restaurants and bars, making it an ideal spot for your captain to berth your charter yacht in for
some nibbles and drinks.
Listed as one of the top 10 places to visit before they’re changed forever by CNN, Mġarr ix-Xini is
a ravishing bay that lies in a gorge to the west of Mgarr Harbour. The secluded beach with a rich
aquamarine life and clear deep waters is an ideal spot for diving and snorkelling from the comfort
of your chartered yacht.
The Knights of St John once used the narrow inlet of Mġarr ix-Xini as their main harbour on Gozo.
Torri ta’Mġarr ix-Xini, one of the watchtowers still keeps the entrance under guard.
Previously well-known for its historical background, the spot is now particularly famous as the
location where Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt shot their film “By The Sea”. The famous couple is
known to charter a boat when in Malta, to visit the renowned spot.
Ramla Bay — also locally known as “Ramla il-Ħamra” — is considered as one of the best beaches
in Gozo, and arguably in Malta. The bay is renowned for its golden-reddish sand that holds Roman
The vast and sandy beach is surrounded by hillsides one of which leads to the Calypso Cave. The
cave that was referred to by the Greek legend Homer in The Odyssey.
Xlendi is a typical Gozitan fishing village located in the south west of the island of Gozo. The
historic location, where tombs dating back to Punic-Byzantine times were found, Xlendi was also
used by Romans to port in. Because of its reef formation and the shipwrecks, it’s an ideal spot for
those of you who enjoy snorkelling and diving. Aside from its historic background and the
untouched nature the area offers, it also has a variety of excellent restaurants and bars.
Marsalforn is the most popular tourist resort in the island of Gozo. Located on the north coast of
the island, the village is especially eventful during summer nights. Boasting with beautiful beaches,
scenic promenade and a large number of charming restaurants and bars, the area is busy with
visitors eager to partake in the merriment.
Even though there is only one small sandy beach in Marsalforn, there are a number of captivating
swimming spots along the rocky coastline. Due to a number of diving schools and dive spots, the
locality is especially popular with diving enthusiasts.
Previously known as Ephaestia, Comino is a small island located between Malta and Gozo.
Measuring just 3.5 square kilometres, and a population of three, the tiny island is a bird sanctuary
and a nature reserve.
The unspoilt beauty of an island — yacht charter in Comino is an ideal site for those who enjoy
swimming, diving, snorkelling, windsurfing or any other water sports. The Blue Lagoon is especially
famous for its crystal clear blue waters through which you can see the pure white sand bottom of
the Mediterranean Sea.
As a matter of fact, Comino and its Blue Lagoon are so breathtaking that the area caught
international filmmakers’ attention. Films such as “The Count of Monte Cristo”, “Swept
Away” (featuring Madonna), and mini-series “Helen of Troy” were shot in Comino.
Another remarkable spot worth a visit is the Santa Marija Cave, which is a large cave and cavern
system that extends over 30m all the way through the headland and connects to another cave. At
the junction, there is a shaft open to the sky that brings in the natural light. It also is a popular spot
for fish-feeding as well as diving.
Maltese archipelago with its historical background, cultural heritage, striking architecture and
preserved natural beauty makes an enchanting yacht charter location within the Mediterranean
Sea. Aside from many untouched breathtaking spots, the smaller islands offer, Malta boasts a
number of localities that are equally as spectacular.
The Grand Harbour, also known as the Port of Valletta, is a natural harbour that is described as
Malta’s greatest geographic asset. It is no secret that Malta has a rich historical background,
mostly due to its strategic location and natural harbours, such as the Grand Harbour. This ancient
spot has been used since the prehistoric times.
The north-west shore of the port is formed by the Sciberras peninsula, which divides Grand
Harbour from a second parallel natural harbour, Marsamxett Harbour. The Marsamxett Harbour
mouth faces northeast and is connected to the north by Dragut Point and Tigné Point. The port is
particularly popular due to being close to the busy tourist area of Sliema and St. Julian’s, as well a
large number of yacht berthing options. Your Malta yacht charter adventure is most likely to start in
Mellieha Bay, also known as Ghadira Bay, is the largest and the most popular beach located in the
northern part of Malta. The bay offers a great number of activities, canoeing, windsurfing, kite
surfing, water-skiing that can be called out to the yacht.
Another noteworthy, heavenly spot known as Golden Bay is a sandy beach located in North West
Malta. Clear blue waters and surrounding cliffs make it an ideal site for snorkelling. With Radisson
Golden Sands Hotel standing grandly on the cliff-top, the area is particularly popular for family
gatherings, parties, and BBQs.
Set within a natural cove, paired with marvellous surroundings, sandy shores and warm tranquil
sea, Paradise Bay is one of the most attractive beaches in Malta. The bay offers excellent facilities
and water sports rental options to yacht charter companies.
Saint Paul’s BayWhat started as a small fishing village, Saint Paul’s Bay is a town inhabited by 14,057 people and is located on the northeast side of Malta. Saint Paul’s Bay that incorporates Qawra, Bugibba, Xemxija and San Martin, is well-developed and highly popular with tourists. With marvellous natural highlights, stunning coastline and superb promenade, Saint Paul’s Bay boasts one of the most charming open sea views on the island. The beaches, even though rocky, are easily accessible, safe and clean.
Located in the north of Malta, Armier Beach is surrounded by crystal blue sea that resembles the
Blue Lagoon in Comino. Compared to other sandy beaches, Armier Beach is quiet and not easily
accessible and offers no hotels near-by. However, summer days are busy with people enjoying a
relaxed lunch and drinks at one of the restaurants or the renowned lido — Baia Beach Club. Just
ask the captain of your boat charter to take you ashore in the boat’s tender.
St. Peter’s Pool is a natural swimming pool located in the southwest of Malta. This stunning site
has crystal clear waters with a beautiful azure and light green colour, which makes it ideal for
snorkelling enthusiasts. The secluded area might not be the easiest to find due to which it is hardly
ever crowded. Just make sure that you bring whatever you need since the locality doesn’t offer any
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