Mediterranean Charter Yachts SELECT YOUR TYPE OF YACHT: Select the Mediterranean / Greece vessel type you want to take your dream vacation ! Mediterranean Power Yachts: This is the toy of the "in crowd" who enjoy the glitter of a private cruise in the Mediterranean. [click here] Mediterranean Sailboats: Normally for the blue water sailors who love the feel of wind and saltwater in their faces ... We call them the race car drivers of our sport. [click here] Mediterranean Catamarans: These yachts have more space for families and groups, sail faster and do not heal over, but the number one aspect for catamarans is that there are many more Blue Lagoons accessible to catamarans than any other craft [click here] The Cote d'Azur (french Riviera) has a glamor all of its own. From Marseille to Portofino the coastline is laced with beautiful bays, bustling towns, designer boutiques, excellent restaurants and legendary beaches. Cannes is lined with grand hotels and elegant promenades while Nice, a Mecca for artists, is charming with its own narrow streets and colorful markets. Monaco is as exclusive and exciting as its grand-prix, casino and very public royal family lead you to believe. Portofinio, reached by an overnight cruise across the Bay of Genoa, is one of the most picturesque ports in the Mediterranean. Further east are the islands of Corsica and Sardinia which, compared to the French Riviera, are very untouched. Pretty bays and interesting caves proliferate and many cruises begin and end at the fashionable marina in the resort of Porto Cervo and Sardinia's Costa Smeralda. Italy's west coast and the island of Sicily offer yet more variation of scenery and cuisine. Volcanoes, ancient ruins and the often rocky coastline make the area a very attractive cruising ground. The French Riviera / Cote D' Azur St.Tropez | iles de Lerins | Cannes | Antibes | Nice | Cap Ferrat | Beaulieu | Monaco Monte Carlo | Menton | San Remo | Imperia | Savona | Genoa | Portofino | La Spezia | Corsica Board your yacht and depart for an afternoon of relaxation and water sports in Villefranche or St Jean Cap Ferrat, followed by a glamorous evening at the Hotel Bel Air. Or take a drive through the profusion of cacti, palms and lemon groves to the picture-book village of Eze, where the restaurant of the Chateau de la Chevre d'Or, a 1,000 year old castle, is a favorite with the cognoscenti.