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Cote d'Azur to Sardinia

Day One – Monaco / Beaulieu sur Mer

Guests embark in their chosen place on the Cote d’Azur. We suggest in port in Monaco or at anchor off Beaulieu sur Mer.

On arrival guests can take their time to settle in and familiarise themselves with the yacht.
Perhaps, enjoy some early evening drinks on the Sun Deck and enjoy the view of the Cote d’Azur.

Dinner on board or ashore.

Day Two – St Tropez / Pampelone Beach

*Passage to St Tropez (3 hours)

Arrive mid-morning to Pampelone Beach and spend the day at anchor. This area has some of the most beautiful beaches on the coast and Pampelone is the 5km sandy beach that since the 1950s has made St Tropez a fashionable hotspot of the French Riviera. Guests can relax and enjoy the yacht’s water sports equipment.

In the afternoon make the short cruise to anchor off the old town of St Tropez. Famous for its nightlife and despite its enormous popularity during summer, St. Tropez manages to retain its charm with its old port.

Guests can take the opportunity to dine at one of the many restaurants in the port or enjoy dinner on board.

*Overnight Passage to Calvi (8 hours)

Day Three – Corsica

Guests will wake up in Calvi. The marina is a palm lined quay well known for its famed restaurants and cuisine. On the south side is a long crescent beach of fine white sand.

Lunch on board – perhaps in the beautiful Golfo Geralata.

Possible dinner ashore.

*Overnight Passage to Maddallena Islands (7.5 hours)

Day Four – Sardinia

In the afternoon the yacht can make the short 1 ½ hour cruise to Porto Cervo.

Once an old fishing port Porto Cervo is now a fashionable marina with beautiful villas, restaurants, and shops.

Possible dinner ashore.

Alternatively, guests may wish to spend the night at anchor in Cala di Volpe, ‘The Bay of the Fox’. This a deep bay, well protected and surrounded by beautiful sandy beaches, and home to the famous five star “Hotel Cala di Volpe”

*Anchor/ Port Overnight

Day Five – Sardinia

Guests depart for their onward destinations.