7 nights in the South of France and Italy

Panoramic view of Monte Carlo and famous harbour in Monaco

Set sail on a luxury charter through the South of France and the Italian Riviera, indulging in the opulent charm of the Mediterranean.

Cruise along the azure coastline, exploring hidden coves and picturesque villages. Immerse yourself in the vibrant cultures, savoring exquisite cuisine and world-class wines along the way.

From the sun-kissed beaches of the French Riviera to the rugged cliffs of the Italian coast, every moment promises pure indulgence and relaxation aboard your private yacht.

Beautiful view on Paloma beach in Saint Jean Cap Ferrat


We welcome you aboard in Monaco today, Captain and crew are looking forward to meeting you all. Sip on an arrival beverage as you take a tour of your new home for the next week.

We will cruise straight on from here to St Jean Cap Ferrat for the evening but should you be spending time in Monaco prior to embarking, below are some must dos!


• Enjoy the Musee Oceanographic

• Visit the Palais du Prince, Monaco’s royal palace.

• Stroll along Monte Carlo's sun-drenched Promenade des Anglais.

• Dine at Maya Bay or Coya

• Dance at Buddha Bar or Jimmyz


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Dine on a light lunch as we slowly cruise to our first destination, St Jean Cap Ferrat.

St. Jean Cap Ferrat is a beautiful place to visit because of its well-preserved landmarks and breathtaking vistas of the Mediterranean Sea. Discover the perfect balance between refined elegance and relaxed luxury as you stroll through beautifully landscaped gardens, enjoy gourmet meals at world-renowned restaurants, and relax on the pristine beaches.

Don't pass up the chance to enjoy a variety of water sports in the stunning bay and to be amazed at the exquisite Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild, which is encircled by nine gardens with varying themes.

We reccomend popping into Paloma Beach here, you can tender directly to the restaurant.

This evening enjoy a dinner under the stars.

View of the city of Saint-Tropez, Provence, Cote d`Azur

Saint-Tropez/Pampelonne Beach

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Heading onwards to the most famous little town on the Cote d'Azur - St Tropez!

Here we highly recommend staying in port to get the full experience. There's nothing like being able to walk from the shops straight onto your yacht (or after a night out for that matter!)

Today stroll the charming village lined with boutique shops, cafes and high-end brands. Perhaps a spritz at the Dior cafe followed by some retail therapy.

Take in the stunning scenery from the impressive ramparts and bastions of the St Tropez Citadel, which offer a glimpse into 17th century life, while the Musée de l'Annonciade houses works from some of the world's most renowned artists.

See below for our top picks!


L'Opera for a late dinner and show

Kinugawa for sushi

Shellona Beachclub (party atmosphere - had the Dior pop up last year)

Bagatelle Beachclub - lively

Gigi's Beachclub - upbeat but civilized and amazing food (pool beachclub)

Lou lous Beachclub - upbeat but civilized

Luxury hotel on Croisette promenade in Cannes France


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Ahh Cannes, our home away from home, this picturesque town is renowned for its glamorous reputation and high-end lifestyle. With its iconic location and a long-standing tradition of luxury, Cannes embodies the essence of the French Riviera.

Its popularity dates back to the 1950s but the city continues to draw crowds nowadays, with its vibrant atmosphere and spectacular beauty. From the Cannes Film Festival held each May to the sandy beaches, bustling marinas, and world-class shopping and dining, Cannes has something to offer for everyone.

From strolling along the La Croisette promenade, sunbathing on the beach, to discovering the historic Old Town, Cannes offers a range of luxurious experiences that epitomize style and elegance.

It is here we can also take you the local Valbonne Markets that run every Friday in the hills behind Cannes. Filled with locals, lots of linen and delicacies - it's an authentic experience we highly recommend.


• Head to the La Croisette – a beautiful boulevard along the Mediterranean Sea lined with palm trees and upscale boutiques.

• Head to La Suquet – the old town district filled with cobblestone streets, and quaint bistros.

• Visit the Musée de la Castre.


• lunch at La Guerite

• Dinner at La Mome


La Petite Maison

Beautiful architecture in South France in Antibes, cote d'azur


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As we cruise back up the coast, you must stop in Antibes. This sun-drenched destination exudes old-world glamour, blending French Riviera sophistication with a rich Greek and Roman history.

We recommend anchoring outside Hotel Du Cap Eden Roc and tendering ashore. Here you can wind your way through the narrow, cobblestoned streets lined with pastel-colored buildings, relax and enjoy the sun and take a stroll in the unmissable Le Sentier du Littoral’ picturesque waterfront path.

If you're after a hit of culture, visit the Picasso Museum, which houses an impressive collection of his work, followed by a negroni at one of the many open-air bars or the beautiful Hotel du Cap before returning home.


• Wander through the town’s hilltop gardens that boast stunning views of the Mediterranean.

• Visit the Picasso Museum.

• Dine at the famous Hotel du Cap Eden Roc.

• Enjoy dinner at Mamo Michaelangelo (Beyonce's favorite when she's in town)

Harbor in San Remo, Italy

San Remo

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Today we cruise into Italy, our first destination in San Remo.
Anchor in the Portosole marina and take a stroll through the charming town of San Remo, exploring its narrow streets and historic landmarks. Take a swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Ligurian Sea, or enjoy a variety of water sports, such as snorkelling, kayaking, or paddleboarding.

End your day watching the sunset from the deck of the yacht before dining under the stars.

Perhaps a theme night tonight!

Genoa, Sea at sunset


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A legendary port city with a thriving art scene and a long and colorful history. Yachts visiting the ancient harbour will enjoy a level of tranquilly not found in Italy's larger ports. H

op ashore and explore the city's main square, Piazza De Ferrari, and its beautiful fountain and historic buildings, as well as The Museum of the Sea and the Aquarium.

The harbour and coastline make for beautiful strolls, and there are plenty of shops, restaurants, and cafes to visit.


• Shopping at the local stores.

Il Marin (Michelin)

Castle of Rapallo, Liguria Genoa Tigullio gulf near Portofino at Italy


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Is there anything more alluring than the pastel-hued houses and waterfront seafood restaurants that dot the coast of Italy’s most charming fishing village? Welcome to the playground of the artistic underground, Portofino.

Walk the paved path from the Piazetta to the 16th-century Castello Brown fortress, enjoy a sundowner cocktail as you watch the yachts and sailboats sway in the calm harbour and get lost in the laneway boutiques and charming designer stores.

End your days feasting on high-end Italian fare at elite waterfront restaurants.


La Terraza (Splendido Hotel)

Langosteria (closer to Santa Margarita)

• Explore the small town by foot.

Portofino village on Ligurian coast in Italy


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Enjoy an early morning breakfast and perhaps one more dip in the Italian waters before disembarking.

Make sure to go over your APA and leave any gratuity you desire with captain prior to disembarking.

The crew will then assist you with your onwards journey.

We hope you enjoyed your time on board and look forward to welcoming you back again soon.

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