Ever since Brigit Bardot lit up the silver screen in “..and God Created Woman” in 1956, the world’s jet-set has flocked to Saint-Tropez. More than 60 years later, this sleepy Côte d’Azur fishing village is still the destination to be seen in on a superyacht in summer.

With a dedicated base in Saint-Tropez, run by experienced broker Jeremy Solodilow, our local knowledge, contacts and experience make MYSEA the only name you need to ensure an unforgettable Côte d’Azur yachting experience.

On a French Riviera yacht charter itinerary, we recommend at least two nights here. You’ll wander the pretty cobblestone streets of the old town and browse upmarket boutiques, before pulling up one of the iconic red chairs at Sénéquier, overlooking the port. Your crew will make lunch or dinner reservations either under the leafy canopy of Auberge des Maures, a traditional favourite, or beneath the pines of La Vague d’Or, a three-Michelin starred restaurant. After dark, Les Caves du Roy and VIP Room are the venues to be seen in.

No Saint-Tropez yacht charter experience is complete, however, without dropping anchor off Pampelonne beach. Perhaps you’ll spend the morning enjoying the yacht’s array of toys, before tendering in to one of Saint-Tropez’s mythical beach clubs for an afternoon of pure indulgence. From the legendary Club 55 to the trendy Nikki Beach and newcomer Bagatelle, this sandy stretch of coast is a superyacht hot spot where the good times – and magnums of vintage Champagne – flow.

Away from Saint-Tropez, the neighbouring village of Port Grimaud is the Venice of the French Riviera, while off the coast of Hyères the Porquerolles island is a little slice of the Caribbean in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea.

It’s worth remembering that berths for the height of summer fill up early in the season, which is why choosing a charter broker with a local presence like MYSEA is essential.


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