VPM Yachtcharter


City marina of Marseille
Yacht charter in St. Raphael and Fréjus
catamaran charter on the Cote d'Azur
St. Raphael, Cote d'Azur
St. Raphael and Fréjus, France

Yachtcharter France

Sailing along the Blue Coast

Come and discover France, a coastal country par excellence. From the North Sea to the English Channel, from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean, hire a yacht and treat yourself to a sublime holiday.

The coastline of mainland France offers you a sailing area as vast as it is beautiful.

In fact, France's coastline is the 9th longest in the world, just behind that of the United States of America, at over 19193 kilometres long.

Metropolitan France is surrounded by nothing less than 3 seas: the North Sea, the English Channel, the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea.

The Mediterranean, for example, is the world's leading tourist destination. It lies in the middle of the earth and covers an area of over 2 million km². Sailing in the Mediterranean offers splendid scenery for yachtsmen.

Along France's Mediterranean coastline, numerous ports and anchorages are available for hiring a boat, disembarking, refuelling and sightseeing (ports of Toulon, Marseille, Cassis, Bandol...).

Whether you are attracted by its gastronomy, its beauty or its culture, France leaves no one indifferent.

The average tide in France is 40cm.

Renting a sailing boat (catamaran or monohull) in France is an opportunity to discover this country from the different seas that surround it.

Partner base:

Saint Malo, Port des Bas Sablons, Propriano, Corsica, Port Pin Rolland, Bormes-les-Mimosas, Golfe Juan, St. Raphael, Nice, Cannes, Monaco, Monte Carlo, St. Tropez, Antibes, Port des Bas Sablons, Propriano, Corsica, Port Pin Rolland, Bormes-les-Mimosas

Please take your choice from the menu on the right side.

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CORONA / Covid-19 info on sailing & yacht charter in France

Although there are currently no compulsory registration or restrictions for travellers to France, 
please note the latest developments on the website of your local Foreign Office.