When planning your summer yacht charter vacation alongside the famous stretch of South of France’s Cote d’Azur you must prepare yourself for the normal life of daily excesses. While it all may have started some times in early 1930’s when some British expats created the first hedonistic beach or was it bitchy lifestyle, nothing from the past compares to today. Excesses here are simply a daily routine which should not surprise you, at least in most cases.
One of the most sought after type of super yacht holiday experience is one way charter.
Starting out in Monaco and disembarking in Corsica or flying into Tivat in Montenegro to board your 50m super yacht, then disembarking in UNESCO town of Trogir in Croatia, or even in Venice on the Northern Adriatic coast, is one of the best and most cost effective ways to enjoy both your yacht, as well as the fabulous scenery.
Many super and mega yachts are usually very happy to offer ONE WAY charters. The cost of making a round trip can at times be either very expensive or time consuming. In order to avoid this additional cost or to allow your charter party to visit the locations of your choice within a set period of time, most super yacht captains will agree to a one way charter.
Luxury lifestyle can be defined in many ways. It is probably easy to agree that those who enjoy best of luxury lifestyles are usually unknown to the public eye, as they prefer their privacy. Such super-rich families or individuals, probably live in unimaginable luxury.
One would assume they own their own private jets, with which they visit their worldwide based super luxury retreats and private super mega yachts so that no one ever finds out about their whereabouts. Or did you hear lately about zillionaire Rothschild’s last weekend away with his girlfriend, not to mention hordes of other less known billionaires who we’ve never heard of, let alone know they enjoy any kind of luxury lifestyle?
South of France is the Mecca of luxury crewed yachting.
This has been the case for a long time and it is likely to remain so for the foreseeable future. There are numerous reasons for this, none of which will be explored here, but in simple terms, the region between Monaco and St Tropez is simply stunning. In addition, the climate is perfect year
round and anyone who is everyone wants to be there at the end of July and first few weeks of August, despite additional costs that are likely to be burdened on the shoulders of either the super yacht owners or the super yacht charter clients.