A Day in the Life of an Intern – Part XII

My day as a VIP began, along with some of the other Boatbookings team members, from the old Port of Cannes – a delightful port that welcomes prestigious yachts, and also small authentic fishing boats. A group of us were going through the motions of a typical French Riviera day charter, such that we could greater understand the day charters our clients enjoy.

At 10 o’clock we boarded the Prestige 500s, a sleek day charter yacht of 16 metres. Once settled, we started cruising across the bay of Cannes, and within 15 min we arrived at the Iles des Lérins, the two islands just off the coast of Cannes. Between the two islands, the captain dropped anchor such that we could have a swim!

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On one side we had the island of Saint-Honorat, an impressive backdrop with the imposing Cistercian monastery. On the other side, the island of Santa Margherita is covered by a forest of pines and eucalyptus whose perfumes reached us on the water. All around us, the sea was all sorts of shades of blue. Who would have thought that we were just a few minutes from the glamorous and chic Cannes? Here the atmosphere was of peace, beauty and unspoiled nature.

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The aquamarine waters of the Iles Des Lerins really are that colour!

Immersed in this breathtaking landscape, the crew offered us an exquisite breakfast, made of croissants, pain au chocolat, coffees and water. (They then offered us towels, other soft drinks and snacks for the rest of the day – we were spoilt.) When we finished breakfast, we went for a swim in the crystal-clear, turquoise waters. After an hour, we set off cruising East the coast towards Monaco. We passed right in front of the wonderful Gulf of Juan les Pins, the Cap D’Antibes and Nice. From the yacht we admired the beautiful villas surrounded by the Mediterranean nature, as well as the magnificent yachts that we met on our way.

We stopped in the bay of Villefranche-sur-mer. Here the sea was incredibly calm and flat. This is a very popular destination along the Riviera for yachts and sailing boats, and we often recommend our clients to drop anchor here. Along the coast, there was the delightful (village/small town) of Villefranche-sur-mer with its picturesque houses painted in bright colours.

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We had a quick swim here and then headed off again towards our lunch destination. We passed Saint Jean Cap-Ferrat and arrived in the bay of Eze Sur Mer where our captain called the tender for our restaurant of choice, Anjuna bay. We landed on the beach like real VIPs or almost, and we sat down at our table that had an amazing view of the sea. The restaurant was decorated in a nautical, shabby style.

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The eclectic decor at Anjuna Beach, Eze sur Mer.

We had a wonderful and relaxing lunch, chatting and laughing and soon realised that the time had come to embark our yacht once again, and head back to Cannes. At 5 o’clock we went back on board and started cruising towards Cannes with the sun slowly descending. We enjoyed the view of the French Riviera coast once again, impressive as it is, from the comfort of our private boat. Arriving in Cannes, we disembarked around 6pm from the Old Port of Cannes – all very excitable about the magnificent day we had just had!

Working at Boatbookings, you very quickly learn that you are in a collaborative, team-focused environment and this day was no exception. Spending a day out of the office with my colleagues was a fantastic way to get to know them a lot better, and also the business of yacht chartering! I very much look forward to joining the Boatbookings team full time in London, upon graduation.

 

Become the Travel Editor at Boatbookings

boatbookings team, boatbookings careersRecent graduate or second jobber role to be our full time website, travel and luxury yacht content writer based in Victoria, London.

Do you read Conde Nast Traveller, Vogue and dream of writing about and picking photos of the most luxurious holiday destinations on a yacht: St Tropez, Capri, Miami, St Barths, Tahiti… we cover them all.

Combine this with motor yachts, sailing yachts, food and drink plus a bit of fashion, fast cars and timepieces too… you get the picture! Mix in some Google Analytics to stay focused on our goals and results.

If you are sincerely passionate about content and some analytics then contact our CEO directly cdv@boatbookings.com with:

1. Your CV
2. Examples of your writings, pictures and social media.
3. Your two favourite blogs, websites or social media and why!

Boatbookings is a fast-paced environment, has a team of young professionals, with a certain flair for fun (we are talking about clients’ holidays on a yacht, not selling insurance) that works 7×7, 24/7, 365 days of the year choosing yachts and destinations. Our website and our newsletters need TLC to generate enquiries and please our huge returning clients. We do believe Content is King or Queen or both!

From you, we are looking for: someone with a growth mindset, who will explore to write, re-write and edit engaging website and newsletter content as well as source interesting images, create and edit short videos.

Checking facts and ensuring accurate content is key. Initiative is a must – this specific roles requires a flow of ideas as well as consistent housekeeping of the content we already have. Creativity is as important as using the data available on Google Analytics to drive the content by achieving an increase in enquiries from specific campaigns.

A recent Graduate with at least a 2:2 (BA) Degree, with English as your Mother Tongue. Please don’t contact our CEO if English isn’t your first language. You must be able to provide a portfolio of recently written work and photography. You have great writing and grammatical skills with a very very sharp eye for detail.

We would also like to have a team player join us who has a natural affinity with social media, is driven to work hard and deliver your very best, extremely organised and commercially driven. Phew! That’s the list done.  Now the good bit… Travel is involved as part of the role. Once the role is mastered then career progression is planned for you to become the Boatbookings Travel Editor and grow the team to hire additional travel content writers.

The interview process is led by our hands-on CEO who will review your email submission. After a phone interview you may then be invited to spend half a day with us to meet the team and see what it’s like to be part of Boatbookings. Salary is commensurate with experience and industry knowledge.  If you got this far and are still interested, then email Capucine. Please, no agencies or non-English mother tongue applicants.

If you would like an insight into what it’s like to work at Boatbookings, have a read of our series ‘A Day in the Life at Boatbookings’ on our blog. And for more details, take a look at our testimonials page.

Check out our team bios on our website.

A Day in the Life of an Intern – Part XI

June 14th was a special day during my internship at Boatbookings. After spending a couple of hours in our office in Cannes, I headed to Antibes to meet Broker Ben, who had spent the morning meeting some of his clients for their embarkation. We headed to Port Vauban for a brokers’ day out on REHAB – one of our all-time favourite day charter yachts along the French Riviera. Broker days are organised by the owners of the yachts such that the Brokers can get to know the boat and its crew better.

We were greeted on board REHAB by the fantastic crew made up of Captain Chris and Stewardess Justine. Once the other brokers arrived and had settled in, we headed west, past the stunning Cap D’Antibes, towards Cannes and the beautiful Iles de Lérins. The islands are an incredibly popular destination thanks to the crystal-clear water, making them the perfect place to drop anchor, relax and swim. As it was still early in the season, we were able to experience the beauty of the islands without many other people there.

Broker Ben, always chatting to clients!

Once we had found the perfect spot to anchor, our lovely hosts had prepared a quiz for us. As brokers are of the competitive kind, it’s not like us to ever back down from a challenge, so we quickly got into our teams, boys vs. girls of course, and the game of 20 questions commenced. After a mix of technical questions about REHAB and other yachts, as well as general knowledge questions about the industry, the girls came out on top!

In the afternoon, everyone enjoyed relaxing on board this stunning Sunseeker yacht, whilst indulging in French crudité platters overflowing with local cheeses, baguettes and olives beautifully prepared by Justine. It was incredibly interesting meeting other people from the Industry and getting to know the faces behind the names. As the day came to an end, we cruised back towards Port Vauban past the stunning villas on the Cap d’Antibes.

Anna taking in the views from the bow.

This day was a fantastic way to get a taste of what Boatbookings’ clients experience, whilst also getting to know REHAB and it’s lovely crew as well as the other Brokers. I will be forever grateful for the opportunity to talk to so many fascinating people – is there a better place to mingle than aboard a beautiful yacht?

A Day in the Life of an Intern – Part X

Half the team reviewing Sailing Yacht DARK SHADOW

On a beautiful sunny day in April, the Boatbookings team took the morning train from our Cannes office to the Port of Nice for the ECPY Yacht Show, which featured a myriad of charter boats, including huge luxury motor yachts and crewed sailing yachts.

Upon arrival, we were given our official Brokers badges and split up into two teams for yacht viewings. It was a fantastic opportunity to see the very best of what was on offer and discuss within the team what we loved about the boats and which we would most likely recommend to clients.

Some of the Boatbookings Team networking with other young professionals in the Industry

Stepping on board the yachts, it became clear that chartering is unlike any holiday experience you could imagine! The interiors of some of the Motor Yachts were truly stunning, each with their own unique style and characteristics; from green marble floors to disco-like karaoke rooms and winding metallic staircases, each yacht had its own surprise that made it as memorable as the last.

One of the most spectacular yachts we had visited had to be KIJO – with Southern Pacific inspired decor of light bamboo and neutral browns, it was confident in its style and was something I had never seen before! The crew on board were outstanding, with the chief stewardess being passionate about the boat and making it clear that she went above and beyond to make guests have the best time on board. The chef had laid out an amazing selection of nibbles and the boat was in immaculate condition!

Broker Anna and I enjoying a glass of champagne on board Motor Yacht QUASAR after the show

After a day of viewings, the team finally came together once again to discuss the highlights of the show; it was amazing to hear how the Brokers really dug into the details of every aspect of the yacht to know it inside and out, in order to be able to make the best recommendations to clients. After 6 pm, the official show wound down and the yachts went into aperitif mode! We were invited onto the yachts for a glass of champagne and to relax and enjoy the evening, as if in our client’s shoes. The service was impeccable and it was a great opportunity to network and speak to others from within the industry – with music flowing from the aft deck, cocktails being served and canapés appearing from the galley, it was truly an evening of luxury in the most stunning setting!

A stunning sunset at the Port of Nice

Being able to meet other young professionals in the industry, as well as yacht crews, and central agents gave us all a real insight into the inner workings of the industry, and it was a wonderful experience touring the yachts with the senior brokers! Boatbookings gives interns a hands-on experience of the industry, offering responsibility that few other internships can beat.

A Day in the Life of an Intern – Part IX

This blog continues the ‘day in the life’ series, as a Boatbookings intern. A highlight of my internship was my first ever ‘fam trip’ (familiarisation trip) on board the M/Y SHAWLIFE on Friday 1st June. Fam trips are organised by yacht owners as a way for brokers to gain an understanding of the benefits of different yachts, such that they can better sell them to their clients.

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Crewed Motor Yacht, SHAWLIFE

Embarkation was at 10am in Port Vauban, Antibes, one of the largest ports in Europe! This quaint town is lined with stone walls and set between Nice and Cannes – the ideal location to start a day charter.  Here, I joined 6 other brokers on an unforgettable day along the French Riviera. After a quick tour by the owner of the stunning 2016 70ft motor yacht, we set off on our French Riviera adventure.  As we left Antibes, we headed up to the flybridge for a delicious brunch, including bacon, eggs, pastries, smoked salmon and fruit – all prepared by the fantastic crew!

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Leaving Antibes and heading past the Cap D’Antibes was choppy, but the sunshine and food more than made up for it and everyone was in good spirits. After the short cruise past Cannes towards Théoule sur Mer, we anchored very close to the shore to take in the scenery and enjoy the fantastic weather. The owner of the yacht was very keen to show us all of the highlights of the yacht, such as the beds that electrically convert from double to single – ideal for family charters, or groups of friends. He really wanted us to enjoy the yacht as much as he did – his passion was truly infectious.

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After a quick tour of the bay of Théoule, its restaurants and SHAWLIFE’s exterior from the tender, we headed to the Îles des Lérins, the stunning islands steeped in history and famed for their crystal-clear, cerulean waters. This was where the real fun began as the water toys were brought out and the champagne opened. We anchored here for the rest of the afternoon, enjoying the scenery, swimming in the cool water and trying out the sea bobs. After a late BBQ lunch, I was getting a little conscious of the time, as we were meant to be back in Antibes (and I had a flight to catch!).

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When it was time to leave, we cruised slowly through the islands before heading full speed towards Saint Laurent du Var, the nearest port to the airport. This was great fun, as we were going about 30 knots and we managed to see the fabulous 143-meter sailing yacht ‘A’, the largest private sail-assisted motor yacht in the world!

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We arrived at the port of St Laurent du Var for disembarkation and myself and one of the other brokers headed off to the airport. The day was a really great way to see exactly how clients finish their holidays, disembarking by the airport. SHAWLIFE truly is a stunning yacht and having been on board, she is definitely one of my favourite yachts based on the French Riviera!

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Intern Rob, enjoying the sunshine from the Flybridge!

Being able to meet other brokers, as well as the owner of this gorgeous yacht is an experience I will treasure and appreciate forever. Boatbookings gives interns a hands-on experience of the industry, offering responsibility that few other internships can beat. This is only topped by being surrounded by others who are passionate about their jobs and, of course, the opportunity to spend the day on a yacht!

Hire a Boat for New Year in Sydney!

Sydney Harbour is famed for putting on one of the most spectacular displays of fireworks to ring in the New Year in the world. Without doubt, the best way to witness this spectacle is from the comfort of your very own luxury yacht. Spend the day cruising around Sydney Harbour, swimming along the coast and relaxing on board, before dropping anchor for the evening’s events.

A yacht not only offers the advantage of uninterrupted views but also a great crew on board to take care of you and your guests, making New Year’s Eve the most memorable one yet. Take a look at our Australia Day Charter page to view all of the yachts available for a day charter around this magnificent coastline. Get in touch with one of our brokers to begin planning the ultimate celebration!

Our favourite yacht for New Year’s celebrations has to be Crewed Motor Yacht GHOST II – a stunning Gulf Craft motor yacht with a capacity of up to 100 guests whilst cruising at sea, and an incredible selection of water toys!

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Get in touch today and email charter@boatbookings.com or simply submit an enquiry so we can start planning an amazing evening in Sydney for you and your guests!

Nikki Beach with a Michelin Star Touch

For four dates throughout July and August, the famous Nikki Beach along St Tropez‘s Ramateulle area will be graced by four Michelin Starred Chefs, showcasing their talents and creating culinary masterpieces for diners. This special treat is exclusively run at Nikki Beach; luckily we have day charters from Cannes, St Tropez and other locations on the French Riviera, so getting to Nikki Beach will be a breeze!

July 24th – Gilles Goujon

Gilles Goujon is the first chef to showcase his skills; he is the owner of the 3 Michelin Starred L’Auberge du Vieux Puits in Fontjoncourse and a perfectionist when it comes to producing his divine dishes. His speciality creations are exquisitely presented and envisioned with careful consideration of complementary flavours and true mastery.

July 31st – Jean François Piège

Head Chef of Le Grand Restaurant in Paris, as well as Clover and Clover Grill, Jean François Piège is renowned for his dedication to placing the ingredient at the core of cultivating his creations. He has an extensive history working in top restaurants and being inspired by famous chefs such as Alain Ducasse and Bruno Cirino.

August 7th – Régis Marcon 

‘Maître Restaurateur’ Régis Marcon is the owner of the three Michelin starred restaurant Le Clos des Cimes in Saint-Bonnet-le-Froid in the Haute-Loire. His cooking style places emphasis on French local produce such as mushrooms (the emblem of the restaurant), chestnuts and puy lentils. His culinary expertise is such to amaze all those who are lucky enough to sample his dishes at Nikki Beach, for one day only.

August 21st – Emmanuel Renaut

In 2012, Emmanuel Renaut was named ‘cooking chef of the year’; owner of three Michelin Starred Restaurant Les Flocons de Sel, he is a celebrated chef who is sure to surprise and tantalise each person who tastes his gourmet culinary creations. With veritable precision and attention to detail in everything he does, be sure not to miss this opportunity sample an amazing meal.

Our Cannes and St Tropez day charter yachts are the best way to travel to Nikki Beach in style and prepare for an incredible day filled with delectable food and stunning views.

 

La Vie en Rosé!

Rosé is undoubtedly the drink for warm summer days, with its pink hue and delicate palette perfectly complimenting blue skies and sparkling seas. France is known to produce some of the most exquisite wines in the world; from Provence to Bordeaux and Bandol, there are hundreds of unique wines to choose from. This is why we have rounded up a selection of stunning rosés that are suitable for sipping on your fabulous yacht charter, lounging along the Riviera, or to enjoy anywhere across the globe…

CHÂTEAU ROUBINE – Côtes de Provence Cru Classé 
InSpire rosé 2017
Tibouren 90%, rolle 5%, grenache 5%
Medium-pale in colour, with complex sweet, fruity flavours, it is fresh on the palette and has a long finish.

CHÂTEAU SAINTE ROSELINE – Côtes de Provence Cru Classé 
Roseline Chapel 2017
Mourvèdre 55%, cinsault 30%, Grenache 10%, rolle 5%
Incorporates an aroma of spices and exotic fruits, highlighted by lovely acidic notes of grapefruit and pale in colour.

CHÂTEAU BROWN – Bordeaux Rosé
Rosé 2017
Merlot 100%
A deep pink hue in colour, this wine is dominated by flavours of strawberry, with light hints of vanilla and cinnamon, creating a rich and intense flavour.

BAUDRY-DUTOUR – Chinon 
Marie-Justine rose 2017
Cabernet-franc 100%
This deep pink rosé gives notes of sweet fresh fruits make this wine ideal to accompany spicy dishes and fine cured meats.

JOSEPH MELLOT – Sancerre
The Rosé Rabault 2017
Pinot noir 100%
This elegant wine incapsulates floral notes with accents of raspberries, strawberries and redcurrants, giving a delightful flavour of fresh fruit, presented in a medium-pink hue.

DOMAINE DE FONTENILLE – Luberon
Rosé 2017
Grenache 50%, Syrah 20%, Cinsault 20%, Mourvèdre 10%
With delicate flavours of rose and peach, the wine offers a smooth touch and an intense culmination of flavours to match its pale rosy hue.

ÉLIE SUMEIRE – Côtes de Provence Sainte Victoire 
Rosé 2017
Grenache 60%, cinsault 30%, syrah 10%
A light freshness with plum notes and a lingering sweetness makes this wine very drinkable; the colour is pale with a coral hue.

ROSELINE – Côtes de Provence
Roseline prestige rosé 2017
Cinsault, Grenache, Syrah
A lively and intense rosé with a freshness associated with the vineyards of Provence, the flavour on the palate is lengthy and extremely pleasant.

DOMAINE DE LA MORDORÉE – Tavel 
The rosewood queen 2017
Grenache 60%, Clairette 15%, Syrah 10%, Cinsault 15%, Bourboulenc 5%
This rosé has a strong and intense colour, accompanied by complex floral aromas of white and red flowers and fruits, as well as minty notes, making its finish airy and light.

CHÂTEAU PILLOW – Côtes de Provence Sainte Victoire
César with Sumeire rosé 2017
Grenache 60%, Syrah 40%
With a pale pink colour and a delicate flavour of citrusy grapefruit and pineapple, this rosé is underpinned by floral notes of carnation and hawthorn.

These delicious rosés are the perfect compliment to a day charter, week-long charter or a corporate event, as you sit on deck; the Boatbookings team would be happy to give recommendations to find you the perfect wine to accompany whatever you choose to do!

Events Not to Miss Along the French Riviera!

The French Riviera has always been a hub of activity with so many exciting events taking place each year. From the glamorous and world-famous Film Festival to the multiple lively Jazz Festivals, the French Riviera truly comes alive during the summer time.

Cannes Lions – 18th to 22nd June

Each year, this International Festival of Creativity invites professionals and brands operating in the advertising and creative communications industry to attend talks by recognised individuals from all over the globe, as well as network with one another and even win awards. The Festival runs for 7 days and is the largest gathering of its kind of professionals in this industry! If your company is interested in renting an event yacht for the Cannes Lions, get in touch today.

Les Nuits Carrées – Antibes – 28th to 30th June

Les Nuits Carrées is a 3-day long Music event that showcases 8 hours of live music every evening, situated in the stunning amphitheatre of Fort Carrée in Antibes’ old town. With live music genres including Metal, Hip Hop, Electronic and many more, this event is sure to be enjoyable for everyone!

Jazz Festival ‘Jazz à Juan’ – Juan Les Pins – 12th to 22nd July

The Jazz à Juan Jazz Festival is an annual music festival held in Juan Les Pins, near Antibes; with New Orleans as its sister city, Jazz is deep-rooted within the town, and Jazz artists from near and far come to play old and new classics for their audience.

Fireworks Festival – Cannes – 13th to 24th July

A Boatbookings’ Team favourite, the annual Fireworks Festival in Cannes is an awe-inspiring spectacle that entertains hundreds every year! The displays are put on by Pyrotechnic Teams from all over the world, including home country France, the Philippines, Finland and Argentina. The best way to watch the stunning shows each week is without a doubt on a Day Charter yacht moored in the bay of Cannes; classic Motor Yacht Argo is our recommended choice for a sunset cruise and fireworks show!

Jazz Festival – Nice – 17th to 21st July

The Nice Jazz Festival, held annually, is one of the biggest and most prestigious Jazz Festivals in Europe. It remains one of the Riviera’s biggest events; held in the cultural city of Nice, it has had artists such as Ella Fitzgerald, Ray Charles and Louis Armstrong perform. Set in the Jardins des Cimiez, the event features several stages where groups perform for the 8 days of the event.

Les Plages Electroniques – Cannes – 10th to 12th August

Les Plages Electroniques is a music festival that takes place on the beaches of Cannes every year – with some huge names such as Kygo, Flume and Jax Jones having been featured and due to play this year, it’s a dance-music lover’s ideal festival! Running over a weekend, from Friday to Sunday, the festival is situated on a secure part of the beach by the Palais des Festivals and has music playing throughout the day and into the early hours of the morning, finishing at 5 am.

International Yacht Festival – Cannes – 11th to 16th September

In the sparkling bay of Cannes, nearly 600 yachts are displayed in water and on land either in the Old Port of Cannes or Port Canto. The Yacht Festival is one of the most popular in Europe; some shipyards even offer trips out to sea, so clients can get a real experience of the finest yachts in the market.

One of the best experiences to have on the French Riviera is, without doubt, renting a yacht for a day or a week! At Boatbookings, we have yachts to suit all needs and preferences – simply contact us today or email charter@boatbookings.com to start planning your trip!

Family Friendly Yacht Spots on the French Riviera

The French Riviera is famous for being sophisticated, glamorous and fast-paced; but it does have a calmer, more family-oriented side too, with activity centres, aquariums and family-friendly beach clubs with play areas, there is something for all ages.

We’ve rounded up a few of the best spots for families with kids so you can enjoy the Riviera to the fullest, with the whole family!

Vegaluna – Cannes

Our go-to beach club in Cannes for family-friendly events has to be Vegaluna. This classic beach restaurant has all the features of a glamorous beach-club on the Croisette but with families at its core. The beach has an extensive play area on the beach with slides, swings and a children’s menu. The seafood dishes at this beach club are fantastic, so the adults can enjoy Ceviche Tuna or Crab salad with a glass of Provence Rosé, whilst the children are entertained!

La Guerite – Île St Marguerite 

La Guerite is an incredible restaurant on the larger of the two Lerins Islands, Ile St Marguerite, just off the coast of Cannes. This gorgeous restaurant features al-fresco dining, a beach with sun loungers and exquisite Mediterranean cuisine crafted by chef Yannis Kioroglou. The menu is fairly high-end, however, it is sure to be worth it!

La Croisette, Cannes

The famed Croisette in Cannes is the ideal spot for strolling, people watching and taking in the sights of this buzzing town. It is also great for kids, as there is a permanent mini carnival featuring a carousel, small playground, small carnival games, rides and snack bars – all along the Croisette itself. Just head for the Palais-end of the Croisette.

Oceanographic Museum of Monaco

Always a favourite with families, the Oceanographic Museum in Monaco is perfect for a break during the day from the hot sun where you can explore the underwater world of the aquarium, with 6000 specimens of marine life featured – from sharks and starfish to jellyfish and tortoises!

Nice Château

Nice is one of the most historical cities in Southern France, with the picturesque old town, extensive shopping centres in the newer city centre and of course the Promenade des Anglais. A great activity for all ages could be a walk up to the Castle of Nice (or Chateau de Nice), which offers incredible views over all the Riviera’s largest city and port. Often a highlight of visitor’s trips to Nice, the beautiful park with ruins, pines and waterfalls is sure to amaze all ages.

Hopefully the above will have given you a few ideas for your next trip to the Riviera!
If you’re looking for a family day out on the sea, look no further than one of our day charter yachts. This has got to be the ultimate family day out (ok, we’re a little bit biased!) with options for swimming, snorkelling and paddle boarding! Cruise over to a secluded bay and the kids can swim and play with the water toys, whilst the adults lounge on the sunpads an enjoy a well-deserved glass of bubbly!

Contact us today to organise a yacht rental along the French Riviera; we have yachts in all the most popular destinations including Cannes, St Tropez, Monaco and more!