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The home of yachting, Monaco is the place to be for some of the world’s biggest events or as part of any French Riviera itinerary. Visit for superyachts, supercars, Michelin stars and champagne bars.
Charter a yacht in Monaco for a one-off event like the Monaco Masters, Monaco Grand Prix or the Cannes Film Festival, or for a longer holiday on the French or Italian Riviera.
You could explore the Palais du Prince in Monaco’s Old Town, dating back to 1191, which has been home to the Grimaldi family for over 700 years. Make time to take in the must-see attractions that include the world-renowned Philharmonic Orchestra, the opulent Monte Carlo Casino and Monaco Cathedral. Dine at some of the region’s best restaurants including the triple Michelin-starred Le Louis XV – Alain Ducasse à l’Hôtel de Paris or the double starred Restaurant Monte Carlo created by the late Joël Robuchon at the Hotel Metropole. Let your hair down at Nikki Beach or the Fairmont Hotel, Le Bar Américain or the famous Blue Gin of the Monte Carlo Bay Hotel.
Monte Carlo is home to a glamorous and opulent atmosphere combined with stunning natural beauty. Views from the rocky headland of North Monaco makes for the ideal spot to take in the cuisine and views. Shopping is a must, with the Condamine Market offering the most picturesque scenery, not to mention the many luxury haute couture fashion brands on offer. Of course, the Monte Carlo Casino is famous worldwide and is a highlight of your Monaco yacht charter itinerary, too.
Start your Monaco yacht charter in Portofino. Originally a small fishing village shaded by eucalyptus and olive trees, it's become a sunny and relaxing paradise on the Ligurian Riviera. Start your superyacht charter to Monaco here, where you can enjoy the exquisite swimming cove at Paraggi or the summit of Monte Portofino. Drinks at the famous Hotel Splendido overlooking the harbour are a must.
Following an overnight crossing, you’ll wake up in the capital of the exclusive Costa Smeralda, Porto Cervo. The breathtaking views, crystal-clear water, golf, tennis, great food and night-life are the main attractions of this Meditteranean gem. Blessed with many beautiful sandy beaches, relax and enjoy playing with water toys in the magnificent waters of Porto Cervo. Cruise to Liscia di Vacca for a late lunch or for some tranquillity and relaxation time. This beautiful bay boasts clear turquoise water and is situated between the harbours Porto Cervo and Pevero. When the sun goes, head to Cervo’s lively marina for dinner and drinks in the evening.
Cala di Volpe
Arrive in the morning after a short cruise in Cala di Volpe, a beautiful wide bay fringed with sandy beaches and clear waters that’s perfect for snorkelling and watersports. Spend the day anchored off the bay of Cala di Volpe which is well protected from the wind, Its crowning feature is the spectacular five-star Hotel Cala di Volpe at the end of the bay. This hotel is overlooked by the Pevero Golf Course and on the other side are the fabulous villas of La Celvia.
Start the day with breakfast on-board before enjoying the water toys in La Maddalena Archipelago. When you’re tired, it’s time to relax between Caprera and Maddalene, nicknamed ‘swimming pool bay’ thanks to its crystal clear waters. Stopover at the marine reserve of Lavezzi, known to divers as ‘Meruville’ due to its impressive tally of resident Meru (or grouper) fish. The reef comprises a series of rocky pinnacles coated in yellow cup coral, ideal for snorkelling. Spend the night anchored between Caprera and Maddalena.
You’ll arrive at St Tropez in time for breakfast. This modern version of a medieval town is popular for the line of stylish yachts along the quay and quaint terrace cafes. The small picturesque streets are perhaps more famous for the multitude of boutiques and restaurants than for any historical significance. Relax and enjoy watersports and swimming in the lovely blue waters of the Bay of St Tropez before cruising to St Tropez Port late afternoon ahead of sunset.
In the morning you'll have a leisurely breakfast whilst cruising to Monaco. Spend the afternoon enjoying watersports, swimming and soaking up the sun. Shop at the famous Cercle d’Or, check out the alleys of the old town or browse the galleries of the Métropole shopping centre and the Allées Lumières. For a night out on the town, the Casino and Hotel de Paris are all synonymous with Monaco. Go for drinks at the hotel’s famous American Bar, or try Louis XV by Alain Ducasse. You could dine at Cipriani to experience its luxury nautical theme and Mediterranean menu, or try La Trattoria by Alain Ducasse and its Tuscan-inspired Italian cuisine.
Your Monaco superyacht charter finishes at 12 noon. Depart and spend the rest of your day enjoying all that the Principality has to offer.