|Dimensions||21m25 x 5m38|
|Power||2 x 1400 hp|
|Price||34 200 € HT / Week|
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Capital of the Yachting, Cannes and her Magic Islands constitute the cradle of the Côte d'Azur. Its bay hemmed by the Croisette and its palaces with a thousand reflections remains the dream stopover to be discovered from the sea. Surmounted by the Suquet district, the old port still shelters a few fishermen with colorful boats contrasting with the festival events and the most beautiful signs of luxury.
Feel the perfumes of the maquis Corsica and live the Ile Beaute in life size. Escale sheltered in Girolata and its grilled lobsters or anchorage at the feet of the Calanques of Piana, like a grandiose theater decorating deep blue: everything is striking of authenticity. Corsica invites and hosts its guests by its simplicity: On the citadel discover the bay of Calvi at Tao to the sound of the piano bar. Further south, towards La Castagne, Mico reserves his Corsican table in a green setting on the beach. Find the turquoise bottoms of the islands Lavezzi and Cavallo near Bonifacio and its impressive natural fjord.
Saint-Tropez is a Provençal town, 104 kilometres (65 miles) to the east of Marseille, in the Var department of the Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur region of southeastern France. It is also the principal town in the canton of Saint-Tropez.
Italian Coast From the Gulf of Rapallo to Sardinia, from the Aeolian Islands to Sicily, the Italian coast serenades the Mediterranean to the rhythm of the ports of call. Stop over in Ponsa, make a detour round the bay of Naples and the coastline of Amalfi, you will discover the colourful charm of Italy, its little fish restaurants and the cheerfulness of the inhabitants bathed in their ancestral historical heritage.