Explore the most beautiful creeks of Marseille on your sailing holiday

An exciting cruise in the heart of Provence!

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Explore the most beautiful creeks of Marseille on your sailing holiday

The French Riviera is a mythical destination with captivating landscapes. There is no better way to discover its hidden gems than a week-long catamaran cruise! Enjoy the charming creeks of Marseille, the wonderful archipelago of the Golden Islands, the beautiful beaches of Bandol, the famous city of Saint-Tropez, the pink flamingos of the Giens peninsula and much more! Create unforgettable memories on your all inclusive cabin cruise in this natural environment.

Cruise Highlights

  • Swimming around the most beautiful creeks of Marseille
  • Visiting the famous city of Saint-Tropez
  • Exploring the untamed beauty of Porquerolles

Your Boat

  • Catlante 600
  • 6 total cabins
  • 14 people max
  • 2 crew members

Step aboard your Catlante 600, a 17 metre long and 8 metre wide catamaran. Its interior and exterior layout offer spacious and friendly spaces so that each guest feels at home. The aft deck will allow you to enjoy meals with ease while enjoying the scenery. The flybridge is often guest's favourite place as it has a 360-degree panoramic view and a comfortable bench to relax. The boats wide rear skirts ensure comfort and safety when swimming.

  • Hotplates
  • Oven
  • Dishwasher
  • Refrigerator
  • Freezer
  • Filter coffee machine
  • Motorized dinghy
  • Wifi connection (depending on navigation zones)

The owner reserves the right to replace with a different boat model of the same quality and performance

Your Cabin


This catamaran has 6 cabins (3 doubles, 1 twin modular double and 2 triples) and can accommodate up to 14 passengers. All cabins have a double bed or 2 single beds (and an extra single bed in triple cabins), a porthole, a fan, bedside lamps, storage, a bathroom with a shower and a toilet.

Itinerary of your cruise

Welcome to the south-east of France and enjoy a cruise rich in discoveries! Whether you are a nature enthusiast, a history fanatic, an architecture lover or simply looking for a moment to relax, this cruise is for you!

South of France

DAY 1 : Marseille - Friuli Islands
Meet with your crew in the Old Port of Marseille at 6pm. Step aboard, take a seat in your cabin and have a look around the boat. Your skipper will present the safety instructions while you enjoy a welcome cocktail. The boat will depart and head towards the islands of Friuli. The archipelago has 2 islands: Pomègues (the largest and wildest) and Ratonneau (more urbanised, but still with magnificent creeks). The archipelago also boasts 2 islets: If (with a fortress that inspired Alexandre Dumas' writing of the "Count of Monte-Cristo") and Tiboulen (easily recognisable by its lighthouse). The night will be spent at anchor.

DAY 2 : Frioul Islands - Cassis
Enjoy your breakfast surrounded by postcard-perfect scenery, before sailing to the stunning massif of the creeks. Located between Marseille and Cassis, these geological formations (coves or bays surrounded by impressive limestone rocks) are amazing and hold up the reputation of this beautiful region. Anchor at one of the most magnificent creeks and jump into the water to cool off or snorkel the seabed. Later in the day, you will reach Cassis. The old fishing village is charming, with colourful houses and narrow streets. The night will be spent at anchor.

DAY 3 : Cassis - Bandol - Porquerolles
The cruise continues in an easterly direction. On the way to La Ciotat, you will pass by the Cap de l'Aigle, a rock rising 155 metres high. For an enjoyable lunch, the skipper offers anchoring in front of the beaches of Bandol. The area is sheltered and allows passengers to take advantage of a moment of relaxation. You will then head towards the Golden Islands, making a stop at Porquerolles. On arrival, you have the opportunity to visit the island by walking its many trails or by cycling (rental is at your own expense). Why not end the day with a swim in the crystal-clear water of the beach of Argent? The night will be spent at anchor.

DAY 4 : Porquerolles - Saint-Tropez - Cap Taillat
On this day, you will get the opportunity to discover Saint-Tropez, or Saint-Trop' as some like to call it. This mythical village became famous in 1956 after the shooting of Roger Vadim’s film "Et Dieu créa à la femme" with Brigitte Bardot. Since then, it has attracted international jet-setters every year. It is not uncommon to see a few celebrities as you are strolling around the place. We advise you to climb up to the citadel to admire a magnificent view of Saint-Tropez and its coastline. Step back on board and leave for a short navigation to Cap Taillat, a magical place with preserved nature... The night will be spent at anchor.

DAY 5 : Cap Taillat - Cap Nègre - Cap Bénat
Enjoy a relaxing day away from mass tourism. Enjoy a break from sailing in Anse Cavalière, a small peaceful bay sheltered on one side by Cap Nègre. Its long sandy beach is impossible to resist, to lay your towel out and bask in the sun. The crew will then hoist the sails to reach the rocky tip of Cap Bénat. The preserved flora and fauna invite relaxation in harmony with nature, in the middle of Aleppo pines and cork oaks. The night will be spent at anchor.

DAY 6 : Cap Bénat - Port-Cros - Giens Peninsula
In the morning, sail to the Golden Islands and stop in front of Port-Cros. This little corner of paradise is a car and bicycle free zone. The only way to get around the island is by foot, by hiking trails. The waters have exceptional biodiversity that can be seen in a snorkelling session. In the afternoon, the skipper will set sail for the Giens peninsula, a geological curiosity connected to the mainland by 2 tombolos (sand strips). In the middle, you will find the Salin Pesquiers and its rare and precious biodiversity. There are many bird species on the island, including flamingos! The night will be spent at anchor.

DAY 7 : Giens Peninsula - Sanary-sur-Mer - Les Embiez
The crew takes you to the charming little Provencal town of Sanary-sur-Mer. Upon arrival at the port, you will be greeted with a friendly and warm atmosphere. Stroll through the old town and discover traditional markets, Saint-Nazaire church, the Montée des Oratoires and its view of Sanary and the chapel of Notre-Dame-de-Pierre that overlooks the bay. The last stop of your journey will be in front of the islands of Embiez, also known as the Paul Ricard Islands. The creator of Pastis acquired these islands in the 1950s and invested in the preservation of its exceptional environment. The night will be spent at anchor.

DAY 8 : Les Embiez - Marseille
You will arrive back at the Old Port of Marseille. Enjoy breakfast before disembarking at around 9am.

Marseille  Friuli Islands  Cassis  Bandol  Porquerolles  Saint-Tropez  Cap Taillat  Cap Nègre  Cap Benat  Port-Cros  Giens peninsula  Sanary-sur-Mer  Les Embiez  Marseille

The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions.
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Double cabin
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Triple cabin
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Double cabin for single use
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Privatisation of the boat (12 people)
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Price includes

  • Accommodation in a double or triple cabin (depending on your selection)
  • Crew services: skipper and hostess/cook
  • Full board (breakfast, lunch and dinner) from dinner on day 1 to breakfast on day 8
  • Beverages: soft drinks and alcohol
  • Snorkeling equipment (fins, mask and snorkel)
  • Kayak
  • Boat and passenger insurance
  • Guaranteed departure

Price does not include

  • Flights
  • Transfers to and from the boat
  • On-board cash box (mandatory) to be paid on site: 230 € /person
  • Personal expenses (excursions, visits, etc.)
  • Tips to crew (left at your discretion)
  • Optional insurance (cancellation, repatriation, etc.)
  • "Shared cabin" supplement for people travelling alone and wishing to share a cabin: €140/person*
  • Supplement for the 13th and 14th person on a private cruise
  • *There will be no charge if we cannot find someone to share the cabin.

Frequently asked questions

  • Can I book my flights and accommodation in addition to my cruise?

    Our travel agency offers guests who embark on a cruise to book their flights or accommodation. Our tailor-made offers adapt to your needs and budget.

    We have created two offers that are 100% customisable :
    - Serenity Service : Book your flights
    - Service Extension : Book your accommodation (hotel, cottage, villa...) and/ or complementary activities (excursions, guided tours, car rental...).

    Our advisors, specialists of the destination, will send you their best proposals for your holiday.
  • Is everyone on board English speaking?

    Please note that this cruise is not exclusive to English speaking travelers. It is quite common to meet people of various nationalities on board as we offer cruises to international clientele - encouraging curious and enriching exchanges for both passengers and crew.
    Crew members are multilingual and qualified to offer a multilingual service.
  • How are transfers between the airport and the boat organised?

    Transfers are not included in your package. However, they can be arranged by your GlobeSailor advisor and the base manager, by taxi or minibus. Payment for this service is usually made to GlobeSailor at the time of the balance payment or directly on site in cash. Don't forget to send your arrival times to your advisor!
  • How is a cruise with a skipper and hostess organised?

    All the skippers we offer are registered and have the necessary professional certificates. They speak English fluently. The skipper is responsible for the navigation and your safety on board. Do not hesitate to participate alongside him in the manoeuvres, he will be happy to teach you the basics of navigation. Regarding the organisation, the skipper and the hostess/cook sleep on the boat (either in the saloon or in cabins).
    All our cabin cruises include the services, at a minimum, of a skipper and a hostess (unless otherwise stated in the contract).
  • Does the boat operate only with the sails?

    It depends on the weather. When the winds are strong, the skipper will use the sails to sail silently. On days with calmer winds or to reach the stopovers on schedule, the skipper may need to use the engine. The engine is also used when entering and leaving the marinas. We cannot guarantee a minimum time of using the sails. The skipper will do their best to use the sails as much as possible and involve passengers in manoeuvres.
  • What payments do I have to make to confirm my reservation?

    To confirm your reservation, you must inform your GlobeSailor advisor who will ask for an option for you to collect your deposit. The reservation will only be considered final once your deposit received (by bank transfer, Paypal or credit card), from 30 to 50% of the amount of the reservation. A deposit of 100% will be required for any reservation within one month of departure. The balance will be due no later than 45 days before the boarding date.
  • What happens if I need to cancel my cruise?

    If you wish to make a cancellation, you should contact your GlobeSailor advisor as soon as possible. Whatever the circumstances, you will be charged the following cancellation fees, depending on when the cancellation is made: up to 90 days before departure = 30%; 89 to 60 days before departure = 50%; 59 to 30 days before departure = 75%; 29 days or less before departure = 100% of the total cost of your booking.
    We recommend that you sign up for cancellation insurance with Ouest Assurance: https://www.ouest-assurances.fr/en/