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8 tips for a luxury yacht charter in the French Riviera

8 tips for a luxury yacht charter in the French Riviera

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Sailiing yacht Red Dragon

Be flexible with your Côte d'Azur itinerary

I think charterers often get more out of a trip if they don’t have a rigid Cote d'Azur itinerary. Sometimes people can become too stuck on the idea of having an exact plan. Actually you are much better to have a start point and end point and let the weather dictate the rest.

Some anchorages, particularly if they are open, can be lovely in certain conditions but can be unpleasant in others. It is better for everyone if you pay attention to the weather. It is no fun for the crew trying to get people in and out of tenders when everything is bouncing around. The crew want to give the guest the best holiday and their enjoyment is the most important thing.

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