- Mondo Marine 24 - Mondo Marine (2003)CannesCapacity 18Cabins 4 cabBerths 8+1Engine ---Draught 1.67mSize 79ftwith skipper / crewfrom28 000 €*from 30/09 to 07/10View details
- Lagoon 410 - Lagoon (2001)CannesCapacity 15Cabins 4 cabBerths 6Engine 2x40hpDraught ---Size 41ftfrom7 000 €*from 12/08 to 19/08View details
- Azimut 100 Jumbo - Azimut (1999)CannesCapacity 36Cabins 4 cabBerths 10Engine 2x1800hpDraught 1.65mSize 98ftfrom48 000 €*from 03/06 to 10/06View details
- First 47.7 - Beneteau (2005)CannesCapacity 10Cabins 3 cabBerths 4Engine 1x15hpDraught ---Size 48ftfrom5 000 €*from 05/08 to 12/08View details
- Lagoon 52 - Lagoon (2021)CannesCapacity 8Cabins 8 cabBerths 8Engine 2x81hpDraught ---Size 52ftwith skipper / crewfrom18 150 €*from 14/10 to 21/10View details
- Hanse 588 - Hanse (2019)CannesCapacity 10Cabins 3 cabBerths 6Engine 110hpDraught ---Size 56ftwith skipper / crewfrom10 900 €*from 03/06 to 10/06View details
- Bali 5.4 - Bali Catamarans (2021)CannesCapacity 8Cabins 4 cabBerths 8+2Engine 2x23hpDraught 1.48mSize 55ftwith skipper / crewfrom15 500 €*from 21/10 to 28/10View details
- Benetti 100 - Benetti (2004)CannesCapacity 8Cabins 4 cabBerths 8Engine 2x1350hpDraught ---Size 99ftfrom50 000 €*from 03/06 to 10/06View details
- Helia 44 Evolution - Fountaine Pajot (2017)CannesCapacity 10Cabins 4 cabBerths 8+2Engine ---Draught ---Size 44ftfrom3 500 €*from 21/10 to 28/10View details
- Lagoon 570 - Lagoon (2006)CannesCapacity 18Cabins 4 cabBerths ---Engine 2x20hpDraught ---Size 60ftfrom14 000 €*from 03/06 to 10/06View details
Sailing in Cannes
As Cannes is one of the most popular destinations for sailing on the French Riviera, and indeed the whole Mediterranean, the high season in the summer can see large crowds descend for their sailing holiday. Sailing can be enjoyed as early as March, when the sun is still shining, and the marinas are less full. The area is home to some gentle breezes and gentle tides, so it is perfect for anyone who is looking to charter a yacht in an idyllic Mediterranean destination. Early spring can sometimes see stronger winds due to the Mistral Wind of the South of France. Why not avail of the warmer sea temperatures in autumn, which is also when the Cannes Sailing Festival welcomes a host of sailors to the iconic French city.
The Cannes marina is one of the oldest on the French Riviera with 250 moorings dedicated to visiting boaters. There you will find all the necessary amenities for a pleasant and carefree stop. The port is very sheltered but the outer harbour can be choppy when there is a strong easterly wind. A few nautical miles away from Monaco, Antibes or the Lérin Islands, Cannes is an ideal place for a yacht charter holiday to explore the French Riviera.
Unmissable Things to do in Cannes
The Old Port of Cannes
An essential destination for anyone chartering a yacht in the South of France, this is the perfect amalgamation of the traditional French lifestyle and the luxurious reputation of Cannes. Centrally located and convenient for exploration of the Riviera, the port is well equipped and even built in line with its environment. Lining the coast are some fascinating architectural marvels, with some jaw-dropping yachts choosing this marina to dock. Explore the true heart of Cannes with a stroll along this Old Port.
The Lérins Islands
Sailing to the small cluster of islands located a stone’s-throw away from Cannes is one of the most enjoyable things to do during a sailing holiday. The largest of the islands, Sainte-Marguerite, is home to some incredible beaches perfect for a lunchtime picnic and a quick swim. There is some intriguing history linked with the island, including fortresses and prisons, meaning there is so much to learn and discover. Then, sail your chartered yacht to the second largest island, Saint-Honorat. Here, an imposing monastery overlooks the natural landscape – a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of Cannes city life.
La Croisette and Le Suquet
It would not be a holiday in Cannes without mentioning La Croisette. The famed walkway is a truly memorable experience thanks to the infusion of high-end retailers which overlook the white sandy private beaches. The glitz and glamour for which the city is so renowned is on full display here and is the perfect walk for anyone chartering a yacht in the coastal city. If you prefer to see the city from a wider perspective, then Le Suquet may prove more enjoyable. Journeying upwards to gaze down over the historical winding streets of the city can present some of the best views. When you reach the higher points, such as next to Notre-Dame d’Espérance, you can observe the harbour and La Croisette in all its glory.
Musée de la Castre
Insightful historical artefacts in a stunning, landmark building. There is no better way to discover the history of this popular sailing city than this museum which houses incredible exhibits broadcasting the different eras of Cannes. Take a break from sailing on your rented yacht to delve into the artwork, trinkets, and collections which have been gathered in this museum. In addition, the museum offers unforgettable views of the landscape, with the 12th century tower being the best place to avail of these breathtaking views of Cannes.
Dining in Cannes
You may think that food and drink are too expensive in Cannes, but there are some great cheaper alternatives which do not skimp on the quality. Bar du Marin, located close to La Croisette, is ideal for cheap drinks and great atmosphere. Great food is served in the famous kiosk of Philcat, which is perfect if you are in a rush to get back to your sailing activities. Or why not avail of the set menu available in l’Éponyme, which perfectly infuses French cuisine with Asian twists. If all else fails, there is nothing better than enjoying a glass of wine watching the sun set on board your chartered yacht.
How to Get to Cannes
This city is well connected with extensive transport links, meaning reaching your chartered yacht could not be more convenient. Take your pick of airport between Cannes Mandelieu, Nice Cote d’Azur, or Marseille Provence – between the three airports, there are global links. If you choose to fly to an airport outside of Cannes, there are busy bus and train networks which can transport you to the city. In fact, Cannes is well connected with other French cities and European destinations with the SNCF network. High-speed TGV train from Paris to Cannes takes approximately five hours, with the Trenitalia service connecting this popular sailing hotspot with Italian cities such as Milan and Rome.
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