Boomerang began and works in the heart of the Costa Smeralda, in the northeast of Sardinia, and embraces the most magical marine area of the Mediterranean, where the wind and the sea have carved unique landscapes. From the Gulf of Orosei to southern Corsica, through the national parks of Tavolara and the archipelago of La Maddalena, our idea was born out of here.
The two partners, Angelo and Sergio, have always shared a strong passion for sailing, regattas and the sea in its purest form and thanks to this enthusiasm a dream has been realized.
From an initial fleet of 10 boats, we’ve reached a remarkable milestone of 28 boats, from 35 to 55 feet, and three catamarans from the best shipyards in the world. The company is in constant renewal, and this year we are planning some big changes.
As the team is from Sardinia, we have very good knowledge about the area and it’s natural for us to share our experience. Our motivated team are well trained and encourage personal routes and valuable suggestions, not losing sight of the needs and tastes of our customers and their various nautical skills. This success is confirmed by the very loyal relationships we have established with our customers.
Unforgettable will be the experience of sleeping at anchor, lulled by the waves in the many protected bays, where the only noise will be deafening silence, and lights and chaotic everyday life will be just a memory. An aperitivo awaits you, as well as the pleasure of being carried by the wind and the pure, intense pleasure to sail.
Despite his passion for sailing, bureaucracy (his specialty) inevitably awaits at the office!
Sergio and sailboats: a love without borders!
Professional and always on hand!
simply professional, extremely competent and happy to be at our clients service!
The south of Corsica is conveniently reachable in just a few hours of sailing from our Portisco base. At first glance you will find the islands of Lavezzi and Cavallo. Towards the coast of Corsica lies the the island of Piana. Sailing north you will encounter the isle of Ratino, the gulf of Santa Manza, Cala Rondinara and finally arrive in Porto Vecchio.
This itinerary suggests navigating in the gulf of Olbia: from Capo Figari you go towards the lighthouse of Olbia passing by the beaches of Golfo Aranci, Cala Sassari, Nodu Pianu and Pittulongu. Towards Tavolara you will find the beaches of Marina Maria, Li Cuncheddi and Capo Ceraso. Once in Tavolara, you will discover Molara and its famous pools.
In the archipelago of Maddalena, the first planned stop is at Cala Gavetta on the island of Maddalena. Navigating east we find Cala Mangiavolpe, Cala Spalmatore, Cala Francese and Porto Palma. On the island of Caprera we find Cala Coticcio and Cala Garibaldi. Towards the north, the islands of Budelli, Razzoli and Santa Maria.