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Yacht charter in France with Boatsandgo

When it comes to traveling, France is one of the world's top destinations. Each region offers different attractions, beautiful landscapes, places full of history and rich culture, without forgetting the exquisite gastronomy. It also has the largest inland waterway network in Europe.
There are good reasons to rent a boat in France. If you are a lover of sailing and water sports Saint-Malo, Lorient, Brest, Concarneau and Vannes are your destination. Cote d’azur and its pristine beaches with crystal clear waters are ideal for anchoring. The island of Corsica is a destination dreamed of by water sportsmen, divers and other lovers of the sea. Wait no more! Everything is ready for you to have great moments.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in France?

Renting a boat in France can have different prices, this depends on the type of boat, the season, the duration of the rental or the age of the boat among other reasons. It is also subject to the city from which you want to sail or if you will have the service of a skipper and / or a crew on board. With Boatsandgo you can compare charter boats and take into account different factors to find the best price.

 

In addition, among the options available on Boatsandgo, you can compare different types of boat rentals in France:


Navigate France

France is one of the most beautiful and captivating sailing areas in the world. Its coasts are bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea, more than 350 ports adorn them. Ports such as Marseille, Honfleur or La Rochelle, to name just a few, are a postcard in themselves. France also offers navigable canals which are an extraordinary alternative. The gorges of the Allier or Nouvelle-Aquitaine will surprise you. With Boatsandgo, compare the boat rental that best suits your vacation. Are you ready to have unforgettable memories?

The best time to sail in France is from April to October. In the north, low and cloudy skies predominate. Towards the center and east, the summers are hot alternated with neutral temperatures. On the other hand, the south is characterized by its Mediterranean climate with warm summers. The average water temperature is 25 ° C along the Mediterranean coast and 20 ° C on the Atlantic coast.

Paris is the capital and one of the most visited destinations in France. From the Louvre to the Eiffel Tower, from the Place de la Concorde to the Grand Palais, from Notre-Dame to the Sainte-Chapelle, Paris will enchant you. The Côte d'Azur, known as the French Riviera, will captivate you with its easy-to-navigate turquoise waters and impressive ravines. The island of Corsica with its sublime landscapes between reddish cliffs that plunge into turquoise waters will fascinate you. Give yourself the pleasure of living a unique and unforgettable experience!

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