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Lighthouse of the Mediterranean

Stromboli is known as the 'Lighthouse of the Mediterranean'. That’s because this 1,000m mountain island is a continuously erupting volcano. Y.CO guests are treated to neon firework displays in the warm night sky. Daredevils can tiptoe one step further. Your Y.CO Charter Specialist will arrange a sunset trek to Stromboli’s active crater. The moonlight stroll home to your Y.CO yacht is utter magic. 

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Your Guide to Stromboli

Live On The Edge

Stromboli is an island sculpted by fire. Pose on black sand beaches at Forgia Vecchia. Paddleboard into cliff-diving creeks near Piscita. Pick volcanically-charged lemons for your G&T. Sunset drinks on Stromboli are totally tranquil. Only 300 people remain after a major eruption in 1930 encouraged 3,000 islanders to emigrate to the United States.

Taste Of The Sea

Drop the diet. Fishing boats deliver the catch for Spaghetti alla Stromboliana, an island dish of anchovies, squid and chillies. Brave diners can ask for bottarga fish roe - ‘Sicilian caviar’ - grated on top. Or ask your Y.CO yacht chef to barbecue involtini: swordfish rolled with capers and breadcrumbs. 

Dramatic Scenescapes

A short sail west, the Aeolian Island of Salina last erupted 13,000 years ago. The island’s sleepy backroads are made for Vespa scooters. Putter past figs, olives and butterflies. Plus Malvasia grapes, which are fermented into a delicious only-in-Salina white wine. Under the Aeolian Sea the scene is just as sublime. You’ll share 15 scuba sites with octopus and parrotfish.