South of France Yacht Charter


South of France Yacht Charter

The South of France is the world’s most popular yacht charter region. The largest, most signifi­cant charter yachts call this region home from May through October, serving as much as a scenic backdrop as the historic cities and mountainous landscapes on shore. Locals know many of the megayachts by name, just as residents of London and Manhattan know important buildings by their façades. A South of France Yacht Charter is the ideal escape from everyday life.

Cannes Port part of your yacht charter South of France

At the same time, global yacht-spotters are frequently seen with long-lens cameras in hand, striving for photographs of the newest and most impressive launches into the global yachting scene. Saint-Tropez, Cannes, Antibes, Nice and Villefranche are popular ports along any South of France yacht charter itinerary.

South of France yacht charter vacations

Each offers historic buildings, open-air markets, fine dining, exquisite shop­ping, sandy beaches, thumping discotheques and more. You can stroll through the old town centers with their crooked, cobblestone alleyways and tiny, renovated shops, or indulge in the most elegant of modern boutiques and eateries.

Saint Tropez, yacht charter South of France

From dawn until, well, the next dawn, the South of France is alive with all kinds of activity. July and August are the prime months for yacht charter here, known as the “high season” when many charter yachts command premium rates. If you are interested in chartering an important new launch or a well-respected megayacht, consider booking at least six months in advance.

Monaco, yacht charter South of Frnace

Some of the most popular luxury yachts in this region are booked as much as a year in advance, with repeat clients wanting to ensure their level of prestige on the cruising scene.

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L'ile De Porquerolles, yacht charter South of France

Explore our other yacht charter destinations; New England in the US; The Bahamas, St Barts, Turks and Caicos, the US Virgins Islands in the Caribbean. The Italian Riviera, Sicily, Corsica and Sardinia in the Western Mediterranean and Greece’s Aegean Islands and Medieval Greece n the Eastern Mediterranean to name a few…