Yacht Charter France Special Offers & Last Minute

Here you'll find the best special offers and last minute offers for Yacht Charter France. We offer you a wide variety of yacht types, like Sailing yachts or Motor yachts, from different categories, like Bareboat, Crewed boat or Cabin charter. You can charter both Monohull and Catamarans. You can also filter them by the number of Berths and chose to see only the offers that have a Minimum Discount (we offer last minute discounts up to 38%).


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Period Yacht/Country/LocationDiscountPrice 
06/09/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Oceanis 37 (3Cab)Oceanis 37 (3Cab) - 11.47 m, 6 pers
2011 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in France, Corse / Ajaccio
Oceanis 37 (3Cab) B
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2415
2415 EUR
06/09/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Dufour 405 (3Cab)Dufour 405 (3Cab) - 12.17 m, 6+2 pers
2010 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in France, Marseille
Dufour 405 (3Cab) B
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2500
2500 EUR
06/09/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Bavaria 46 Cruiser (4Cab)Bavaria 46 Cruiser (4Cab) - 14.20 m, 8+2 pers
2005 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in France, Corse / Ajaccio
Bavaria 46 Cruiser (4Cab) B
Top deal offer
2050 EUR
06/09/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Bavaria 46 Cruiser (4Cab)Bavaria 46 Cruiser (4Cab) - 14.20 m, 8+2 pers
2005 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in France, Corse / Ajaccio
Bavaria 46 Cruiser (4Cab) B
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3070
3070 EUR
13/09/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Sun Odyssey 36i (3Cab)Sun Odyssey 36i (3Cab) - 10.94 m, 6 pers
2011 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in France, Marseille
Sun Odyssey 36i (3Cab) B
Top deal offer
1730 EUR
13/09/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Oceanis 37 (3Cab)Oceanis 37 (3Cab) - 11.47 m, 6 pers
2011 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in France, Marseille
Oceanis 37 (3Cab) B
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1900
1900 EUR
13/09/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Dufour 405 (3Cab)Dufour 405 (3Cab) - 12.17 m, 6+2 pers
2010 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in France, Marseille
Dufour 405 (3Cab) B
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2150
2150 EUR
20/09/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Sun Odyssey 36i (3Cab)Sun Odyssey 36i (3Cab) - 10.94 m, 6 pers
2011 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in France, Marseille
Sun Odyssey 36i (3Cab) B
Top deal offer
1730 EUR
20/09/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Oceanis 37 (3Cab)Oceanis 37 (3Cab) - 11.47 m, 6 pers
2011 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in France, Marseille
Oceanis 37 (3Cab) B
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1900
1900 EUR
20/09/2014
7 Days
Yacht Charter Dufour 405 (3Cab)Dufour 405 (3Cab) - 12.17 m, 6+2 pers
2010 - Monohull, Sailingyacht in France, Marseille
Dufour 405 (3Cab) B
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2150
2150 EUR
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Yacht charter France has been the most popular destination in the world for nearly 20 years now, with close to 90 million tourists arriving here every year. It's not a coincidence that the French side of the Mediterranean is considered to be the most beautiful and also the most exclusive, with world famous resorts like Saint Tropez or Cannes attracting the world famous and rich.

In no other place in the world do yachts feel more at home than on the French Riviera which is probably why this should be the starting point of every yacht charter enthusiast sailing experience. The Cote d'Azur, as the locals call it, runs from the town of Menton near the Italian border to Hyeres in western France. Apart from having extremely expensive and exclusive places the likes of Monte Carlo and Cannes, it also has more accessible but equally beautiful places like Marseille or Nice.

With a long sailing history, yacht charter France is known also for its yacht building industry and the general high standard of the yachting facilities. Sadly, this also means that prices here are higher than in other places of the Mediterranean, but some people will gladly pay large sums of money to have their yachts moor next to the boat of some celebrity.

That also means that during the high period of the summer months, it will become near to impossible to find mooring in the more popular marinas, so make sure you book early and pay in advance if you want the privilege of overlooking the boardwalk from your yacht.

Yacht charter France can be divided into 2 separate parts, depending on your main reason of arrival: the Atlantic coast is more treacherous to navigate but offers more satisfaction both from a sailing point of view and from the aesthetic perspective since the coast here is more dramatic and spectacular; in the same time, the Mediterranean coast offers more to those looking to spend more time on land and merely go yachting for fun. It's up to you how you choose.

Entrance is fairly simple for other Europeans as yacht charter France is one of the members of the Schengen Agreement. Entry is permitted on the base of a valid passport for up to 3 months. Of course, people from non-European countries can also enter, but on the base of a visa in some cases.

When it comes to yacht charter, France does have some strict laws. For example, only bareboat charters are permitted if the yacht is foreign owned and only after formalities have been completed. Taking on a paying crew is not permitted and if a yacht has a paying crew, it must be declared to customs upon arrival in France and the VAT tax must be paid.