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8 tips for a luxury yacht charter in the French Riviera

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Saint Tropez

Expect the French Riviera to be good fun

Benjamin Marshall, former captain of the 52 metre sailing yacht Red Dragon, gives his top tips on how to make the most of a superyacht charter in the French Riviera this summer

Expect it to be good fun but don’t expect it to be cheap

Saint Tropez, Cannes and Monaco deliver on the traditional glamour and party vibe associated with the area. Don’t expect it to be cheap but expect it to be good fun. You can have a wild crazy time and go clubbing until your heart is content.

The onshore agencies have relationships with all of the top clubs. However, if you want a table you are likely to find yourself with a minimum €5,000 spend and for that you are only going to get a couple of bottles of champagne.

_Alloy sailing yacht Red Dragon was sold in a direct deal last year with yacht charter and sales specialist Edmiston & Company. _

Photo courtresy of Ioan Panaite/Shutterstock.com

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