With Cannes & St Tropez being one of the hot spots in the summer, and some of the best parties going on, the best thing to do to enjoy your time here is to rent a Boat for the day to get the true South of France experience. We’ve compiled a list of the best Boats to rent for the day.
Van Dutch 55
The Vandutch 55, which is one of the biggest yachts in the VanDutch lineup, is a great way to spend a day on the water in style. She has a big cockpit with a lot of space to lounge, a big sunbathing platform, and a great entertainment system to keep guests busy. She is the perfect yacht for a day at sea between the Iles de Lérins because she has a big swimming step and lots of water toys.
The Sunseeker 68 Predator is one of the best yachts for exploring the South of France. It has radical lines from a British shipyard and a wide range of luxury features. There is a large bow lounge where you can sunbathe in luxury, a large cockpit where you can eat outside, and a beautiful swimming step right next to an oversized sun pad. The yacht has a three-stateroom layout with a full-beam master and a VIP room up front. It can hold up to 12 people while cruising and 6 people overnight.
Riva took the idea of an open yacht and turned it into a model with a typical Mediterranean style that keeps the elegance of the shipyard’s models: class, refinement, and clean lines. These are also on the 63′ Virtus, which is a model that is meant to make a statement. Following the lines of the Vertigo, a classic and very successful Riva model, the 63′ Virtus captures the strong personality of the Rivale, another Riva open boat that has made its mark on the shipyard’s history, but with more space that makes it easier to live on and more comfortable.
The two MTU 10V2000 M92 engines and Rolls-Royce Kamewa waterjet A45 on the motor yacht give it a top speed of 40 knots and a cruising speed of 32 knots. The Wally 70 elegantly combines high performance and luxury. It was built with advanced composite materials to save weight and improve performance. Her interior was designed by Allseas, and she was built by Wally Shipyard and Wetzels Brown Partners.