Luxury Yacht Holidays

French Riviera

Monaco, Saint-Jean Cap-Ferrat, Nice, Antibes, Lerins Islands, Cannes, Frejus, Saint Raphael, Pampelonne Bay, St Tropez, Ile Du Levant, Port Gros, Porquerolles and Hyeres. The sun-soaked coast of southern France aboard a superyacht is a classic summer playground, a European favourite since the late 18th Century. With over 300 days of sunshine per year, a buzzing nightlife, and over 3000 restaurants to choose from, the French Riviera will never lose its appeal.


Kotor Montenegro, Cavtat, Dubrovnik, Mjlet, Peljesac, Lastovo, Korcula, Vis and Hvar, Brac and Trogir, and Split. Croatia’s amazing island-speckled coastline is its main attraction. The clarity of the sea, set against a dazzling white pebbly beach sparkles with a jewel-like intensity in shades of emerald and sapphire.


View of Sa Penya District in Ibiza Town, Balearic Islands, Spain

A beach-hopping extraordinaire, the Balearic Islands offer some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Whilst exploring the Balearic area visit Ibiza, Formentera, Santa Ponsa, Sa Dragonera, Port of Soller, Port de Pollença, S’Albufera Des Grau, Mahon, Porto Cristo and finish things off in Cabrera. Warm, turquoise waters, powder sand beaches and a wealth of attractions to suit every visitor, the Balearics will certainly take your breath away with their stunning beauty.


Athens, Kea, Andros, Tinos, Syros, Mykonos, Delos, Paros, Naxos, Amorgos, Los, Santorini, Folegrandos, Milos, Sifnos, Seriös, Kontos, Sounio and Athens. Endless miles of aquamarine coastline, sun-bleached ancient ruins, strong feta and stronger ouzo – the Greek landscape thrills.


Bodrum, Didim, Kusadasi, Chios, Cesme, Foca, Dikili, Ayvalik, Eceabat, Marmara Island and Istanbul. Home to two of the seven wonders of the ancient world, Turkey has much to offer in terms of culture. Flanked by three different seas, it’s landscape is richly varied, with beautiful beaches, pine forests, mountains and rugged plateaus.

The Caribbean

Antigua, Barbuda, Nevis, St. Kitts, Saba, St. Barths, Anguilla and St. Martin. An explosion of colour, fringed by beaches and soaked in rum; the Caribbean is a joyous riot of islands beckoning paradise-hunters. Rocked by music, rolled by change, lapped by turquoise waters, blown by hurricanes – the Caribbean is constantly on the move. A lively and intoxicating mix of people and places spread over 7000 islands – fewer of which 10% are inhabited. For all they share, there is much that makes them different.