With extensive experience, we are among the first to organize yacht charter in Marseille. The experts at maritime activities know how to organize your dream vacation in this city as efficiently as possible.
We offer yachts for rent in Marseille of any size and type. Thus, large yachts are ideal for corporate seminars, product presentations, waterfront receptions, weddings and anniversaries. A luxurious and mobile environment that can be completely yours, letting you abandon traditional tricks while enjoying the many benefits of Marseille.
Marseille, with the second largest population in France, is the oldest city in our region. Founded by ancient Greek sailors, Marseille has always been a trading city, called the "Gateway to the East" and providing a thriving economic activity and a culturally rich and cosmopolitan population. Our Marseille yacht charter offer is not limited to motor yachts. Embark on board the very best sailing boats, from centuries-old classic boats to state-of-the-art ultra-modern sailing boats or catamarans for an unforgettable experience. Do you want to liven up your stay? We offer modern yacht regattas, which are appreciated by competitors from all over the world for lovers of sailing boats, as well as the famous “Voiles du Vieux Port”, which collects about fifty classic yachts, chartered specifically for this occasion.
A yacht for your business meeting, seminars or your next family vacation. Come and explore the sea city in a motor boat: our offer of sailing boats and boats will not leave you indifferent. Water transport, combining the useful with pleasant, stimulating cruises aboard a maxi-catamaran, team regattas, observation of marine events, organization of seminars on the promenade, we will advise you and organize an individual turnkey solution that will make a strong impression.
City of Marseille: the maritime city of Marseille with almost 60 km of promenade is a multifaceted city.Its beaches, Kalank park, islands and archipelagos delight both sailors and pedestrians. Indulge in the unique discovery of the city of Fokay by renting a yacht in Marseille. Immerse yourself in the search for a preserved underwater environment with about one hundred listed dive sites, including the Rio archipelago, Friul archipelago and Glider island, as well as the world of underwater caves, Roman ships, ocean liners, ships and planes of the Second World War and more. Marseille is well served by air, land and sea: Marignane Airport is just an hour's flight from Paris, high-speed trains leave regularly at Marseille Saint-Charles station, and cruise liners receive passengers at its many ports. from all over the world. The recently restored Marseille port of Vieux Porte de Montreal has become a museum,Made of stone, water and wind, this architectural masterpiece takes countless colors and proudly welcomes the yachts at the port entrance, opposite Fort Saint-Jean.
Marseille is a magical place to rent a yacht. Realizing the potential of this unique heritage, which attracts more than a million visitors a year, the metropolitan area has 24 kilometers of promenades that connect Marseille, Cassis and La Ciotat, that is, more than 11,000 hectares of land and 141,000 hectares of sea, making it the largest in Europe national park. This important nature reserve offers many wonders and sporting activities to improve your yacht charter in Marseille: hiking, rock climbing, scuba diving, snorkeling, kayaking, kayaking, sailing and much more. Limestone cliffs that plunge into the Mediterranean Sea will offer you a unique panorama from the many decks of your yacht and from the windows of your luxurious cabin. Admire the cliffs and turquoise waters of Calanque d'An-Wow,
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