Nautical tourism of the future

YiS Team: Annalisa Bucci


Thursday, June 23rd, 2022


Nautical tourism of the future

Group Y has identified it in “sea glamping” and with its Yachting in Sardinia has always had as its mission the development of sustainable nautical tourism.
In fact, the tourism of the future will increasingly have to satisfy the primordial needs of the individual, as well as being able to promote a new awareness in the “green new deal” through increasingly less contemplative and increasingly experiential holidays, lived in close contact with nature and away from overcrowding, in a slow path of self-discovery.
This in short is the definition of “sea glamping”, the tourism of the future conceived and proposed by Group Y.
Travelers are looking for journeys that can free the mind from habits, and rediscover a primordial life where time is marked by nature without external conditioning. In the nautical field, “sea glamping” represents a response to the request for “self-discovering”. Committed to sailing on a very modern boat, you can rediscover the right route to follow step by step.
Slow tourism is a particular form of travel which, as a basic rule, is to let us take our personal time. It began to be mentioned at times when we never thought we would find ourselves as isolated as we have been in the past two years. But as they say, “nothing happens by chance” and perhaps this desire for exploration could really bring new users closer to “sea glamping”.
Tourism will change and with it the modalities, interests and expectations. This will allow us to give ourselves a different journey, based on the search for a purpose and which has as its primary objective the exploration of the territory, human relationships and even a little of ourselves. All based on a real knowledge of the environment and learned in an intelligent and sustainable way, living the travel experience in an extremely profound way and enjoying, step by step, the slowness of movement. We will create intimate connections with the environment around us and we will treasure them day after day.
Today, slow tourism can be experienced in a “sea glamping” experience on a very modern sailing boat, immersed in nature and cradled by the sea, between golden sunsets and breathtaking views.
This is the product that Group Y with its Yachting in Sardinia wants to offer you!


Ceo – Group Y
Ing. Francesco Della Torre

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