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Charter Motorboat Navan S30 Nice
Nice
5.0
 (28)

Motorboat - 10.00m — Navan - S30 (2024)

10
1
Super owner
With a skipper

From €500 per day

Charter Motorboat Cranchi Cranchi E26 Nice
Nice
5.0
 (9)

Motorboat - 9.00m — Cranchi - Cranchi E26 (2022)

8
2
Super owner
With a skipper

From €980 per day

Charter Sailboat Bavaria Bavaria Cruiser 51 Nice
Nice
4.9
 (3)

Sailboat - 15.60m — Bavaria - Bavaria Cruiser 51 (2015)

8
8
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €686 per day

Charter Sailboat Hanse Custom Yacht Nice
Nice
4.5
 (3)

Sailboat - 17.50m — Hanse - Custom Yacht (2020)

8
4
Super owner
With a skipper

From €1,000 per day

Charter Catamaran Lagoon 380 S2 Nice
Nice
4.9
 (13)

Catamaran - 11.55m — Lagoon - 380 S2 (2015)

8
8
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €829 per day

Charter Catamaran Bali - Catana Bali 5.4 Nice
Nice

Catamaran - 17.00m — Bali - Catana - Bali 5.4 (2021)

10
10
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €2,534 per day

Charter Motorboat ⚓️LUCKY BOAT CANNES⚓️ Four winns 9 M luxe 320Cv Nice
Nice
4.9
 (41)

Motorboat - 9.00m — ⚓️LUCKY BOAT CANNES⚓️ - Four winns 9 M luxe 320Cv (2023)

9
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €520 per day

Charter Motorboat ⚓️Beneteau⚓️ Flyer 77 Nice
Nice
5.0
 (37)

Motorboat - 8.00m — ⚓️Beneteau⚓️ - Flyer 77 (2018)

9
2
Super owner
With a skipper

From €450 per day

Charter Sailboat Cours de Voile sur SPARKMAN & STEPHENS Alpa 21 Nice
Nice
4.7
 (101)

Sailboat - 6.50m — Cours de Voile sur SPARKMAN & STEPHENS - Alpa 21 (1982)

4
4
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €110 per day

Charter Sailboat Beneteau First 305 Nice
Nice
New

Sailboat - 9.00m — Beneteau - First 305 (1986)

4
4
With a skipper

From €121 per day

Charter Motorboat Bayliner BR Nice
Nice
4.9
 (8)

Motorboat - 6.00m — Bayliner - BR (2016)

7
Without a skipper

From €420 per day

Charter Motorboat Aquabat Cruisers 20 Nice
Discount offer
Nice
4.9
 (15)

Motorboat - 5.90m — Aquabat - Cruisers 20 (2022)

6
1
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €380 per day

Charter Sailboat CN Yachts Vallicelli 65' Nice
Nice
4.8
 (4)

Sailboat - 20.00m — CN Yachts - Vallicelli 65' (1992)

14
8
With a skipper

From €1,428 per day

Charter Sailboat Beneteau Oceanis 45 Nice
Nice
5.0
 (1)

Sailboat - 13.95m — Beneteau - Oceanis 45 (2017)

8
2
Super owner
With or without a skipper

From €371 per day

Charter Motorboat Sea Ray 375 Sundancer Nice
Nice
4.9
 (29)

Motorboat - 11.26m — Sea Ray - 375 Sundancer (2004)

7
4
Super owner
With a skipper

From €760 per day

Charter Motorboat Quicksilver Activ 555 Open Nice
Nice
4.8
 (17)

Motorboat - 5.55m — Quicksilver - Activ 555 Open (2023)

6
Super owner
Without a skipper

From €380 per day

Charter Sailboat BENETEAU First 47.7 Nice
Nice
4.6
 (11)

Sailboat - 14.70m — BENETEAU - First 47.7 (2006)

10
6
Super owner
With a skipper

From €807 per day

Charter Motorboat Four Winns 248 Vista Nice
Nice
5.0
 (20)

Motorboat - 8.00m — Four Winns - 248 Vista (2001)

5
4
Super owner
With a skipper

From €220 per day

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Discover Nice by boat

Get ready to embark on a private yacht escapade, direction Nice!

Nice is located on the charming French Riviera, it is known for its stunning Mediterranean coastline, south-west culture, and beautiful landscapes.

Whether you’re experienced or not, boat rentals in Nice offers a large selection of different types of boat, such as catamarans, sailboats and more, which you can charter depending on the one that you prefer, for a unique perspective on the city and its surroundings.

Set sail on the azure waters of Nice and let this coastal getaway immerse you in an ideal French Riviera adventure. Your yachting journey in Nice promises to be a unique chapter in your travel stories.

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

The cost to rent a boat in a few clicks in Nice can vary based on several factors, which are the following ones:

Season: 

Boat rental prices in Nice can fluctuate depending on the time of year. High season, typically during the summer months, tends to be more expensive, while the off-season may offer more affordable prices due to lower demand and cooler weather.

Duration: 

The length of time you plan to rent the boat will impact the cost of your charter. Weekly charters, are generally pricier than weekend ones.

Type of Boat: 

The choice of boat type and size will also influence the price. Luxury motor yachts cost more than a smaller sailing boat or catamaran.

Port/Marina:

Popular marinas like Port de Nice often have higher prices than less crowded locations.

With a Skipper:

If you require the services of a skipper or captain to operate the boat, this will come with an additional cost.

Extras: 

Any additional services you request, such as equipment, crew, or catering, increase the overall cost.

Additional costs may include fuel, provisions, port fees, and optional services. Confirm all details with the charter company when booking your skippered yacht adventure in Nice.

How much does it cost to charter a skippered yacht in Nice?

Rent a boat with or without a skipper?

A boat, with a skipper in Nice, offers a convenient way to explore the French Riviera without the navigation inconvenience. Prices can vary depending on the boat owners but also on factors like yacht type, duration, season, and extras. Some providers offer the skipper service. The approximate costs include:

Motorboat:

  • Full-day: €250+

RIB:

  • Full -day: €220+

Motor Yacht:

  • Full-day: €350+

Sailboat:

  • Full-day: €150+

Catamarans:

  • Full-day: €300+

How much does it cost to charter a crewed yacht in Nice?

Chartering a crewed yacht in Nice varies widely in cost, depending on the large selection of boats but also on the size and luxury level. Approximate daily charter costs range from several thousand euros to tens of thousands.

Crew fees, around 10% to 20% of the charter cost, cover the captain, chef, and staff. Additional expenses may include fuel, provisions, port fees, and optional services. Prices may increase during the high season.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Nice for a day?

Motorboat

From €235 in low season and €180 in high season, per day.

RIB

From €250 in low season and €330 in high season, per day.

Boat without licence

From €250 in low season and €320 in high season, per day.

Motor yacht

From €3,000 in low and high season, per day.

Sailboat

From €116 in low season and €200 in high season, per day.

Catamaran

From €50 in low and high season, per day.

Gulet

From €2,000 in low and high season, per day.

Where to sail in Nice?

The French Riviera offers several marinas and harbours that are popular for sailing lovers. Here are some of the notable marinas and harbours in and around Nice where you can set sail:

  • Port de Nice: The main harbour in Nice, located centrally, offering facilities, restaurants, shops, and easy access to city attractions.
  • Port Lympia: Next to Port de Nice, known as Lympia Harbor, famous for the surroundings and colourful waterfront buildings.
  • Port de Villefranche-sur-Mer: A charming town with a deep, well-protected harbour, just a short sail from Nice, frequented by sailers.
  • Port de Beaulieu-sur-Mer: Located further east, known for its elegance, surrounded by luxurious villas and gardens, offering a quieter atmosphere.
  • Port de Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat: A beautiful harbour near Nice, providing a setting of a peaceful sailing environment, with the town known for its elegant lifestyle.

Which season is the best to rent a boat in, Nice?

The ideal season to rent a boat in Nice depends on your priorities.

High Season (Summer):

Prices: Expect higher charter prices during the summer months (June to August), as this is peak tourist season.

Sailing/ Weather Conditions: Summer offers warm Mediterranean weather and calm seas, making it perfect for sailing and enjoying the French Riviera's atmosphere.

Shoulder Seasons (Spring/Fall):

Prices: Charter rates are more budget-friendly during the shoulder seasons (April to May and September to October).

Sailing/ Weather Conditions: Spring and fall provide pleasant weather with little crowd areas. While sailing conditions are generally good, be mindful of occasional rain and cooler temperatures.

Low Season (Winter):

Prices: Winter (November to March) offers best deals, lowest charter prices.

Sailing/ Weather Conditions: While the French Riviera remains quiet, winter can be cool and rainy. Sailing conditions are suitable for those seeking solitude, but may not be ideal for swimming.

Ultimately, the best time to rent a boat in Nice, France, depends on your budget, weather preferences, and desire for a bustling or more serene experience.

What are the advantages of sailing for a weekend in Nice?

Sailing for a weekend in Nice, south of France, offers numerous advantages for those looking for a unique and enjoyable getaway. Here are some of the key advantages:

Scenic Escape: Enjoy stunning coastal scenery and explore hidden coves and beaches.

Relaxation and Freedom: Unwind in a serene environment, disconnect from daily life, and set your own schedule.

Adventure and Water Activities: Discover coastal towns, engage in water sports, and savour Mediterranean cuisine while sailing along the French Riviera.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Nice for a weekend?

Motorboat

From €705 in low season and €540 in high season, per weekend.

RIB

From €750 in low season and €990 in high season, per weekend.

Boat without licence

From €750 in low season and €960 in high season, per weekend.

Motor yacht

From €9,000 in low and high season per weekend.

Sailboat

From €348 in low season and €600 in high season, per weekend.

Catamaran

From €150 in low and high season per weekend.

Gulet

From €6,000 in low and high season per weekend.

What type of boat is best to rent for a weekend in Nice?

The type of boat that is best to rent for a weekend in Nice largely depends on your preferences and the size of your group.

For a weekend, we recommend you to rent a sailboat, it’s a classic choice for a weekend getaway. It provides a serene and convivial experience, perfect for those who enjoy the art of sailing. Sailboats come in various sizes, from small cruisers to larger yachts, welcoming different group sizes, it’s perfect for a nice weekend trip.

Which places are best to visit when renting a boat in Nice for a weekend?

When renting a boat in Nice for a weekend, you'll have the opportunity to explore several stunning tourist destinations along the French Riviera:

Cannes: 

Known for its film festival and exclusive atmosphere, Cannes offers luxurious beaches and the iconic Palais des Festivals.

Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat: 

This beautiful peninsula features scenic views, gardens, and hidden coves, highlighted by the stunning Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild.

Villefranche-sur-Mer: 

A charming coastal town with colourful buildings and a idyllic bay, perfect for waterside dining and historic exploration.

Île Sainte-Marguerite: 

Located off the coast of Cannes, this island’s natural beauty and the historic Fort Royal, known for housing the Man in the Iron Mask.

Eze: 

A short drive from Nice, Eze offers a unique hilltop experience with a medieval village and panoramic views from the Jardin Exotique d'Eze.

These destinations offer a mix of natural beauty, cultural richness, and unique experiences, making them ideal for a weekend boat trip excursion.

What are the advantages of sailing for a week in Nice?

Sailing for a week in Nice on the French Riviera offers several advantages compared to a weekend getaway:

Exploration of Multiple Destinations: A week-long trip allows you to visit numerous coastal towns, islands, and attractions along the French Riviera, providing a diverse travel experience.

Extended Relaxation: With more time available, you can fully relax and unwind in the reassuring sea environment for an extended period.

Deeper Cultural Immersion: Spending a week in different locations let you immerse yourself in the local culture, cuisine, and traditions of the French Riviera.

Customized Itinerary: You have the flexibility to create a personalized itinerary, explore each destination at your own rhythm, and indulge in spontaneous discoveries.

How much does it cost to rent a boat in Nice for a week?

Motorboat: 

From €1,645 in low season and €1,260 in high season, per week.

RIB

From €1,750 in low season and €2,310 in high season, per week.

Boat without licence

From €1,750 in low season and €2,240 in high season, per week.

Sailboat

From €348 in low season and 1,400 in high season, per week.

Catamaran

From €350 in low season and high season, per week.

Gulet

From €10,248 in low and high season, per week.

What type of boat is best to rent for a week in Nice?

The best type of boat to rent for a week in Nice depends on your preferences, group size, and the experience you desire. For a week, we recommend you to rent a catamaran, it offers spaciousness, stability, and comfort, making it a great choice for a week-long rental. It's ideal for larger groups, families, or those who prioritize onboard comfort.

Which places are best to visit when renting a boat in Nice for a week?

When renting a boat in Nice for a week, you have the opportunity to explore a wide range of destinations along the French Riviera. Here are ten must-visit places for an extended sailing trip:

Monaco: 

Explore the glitz and glamour of Monaco, including the famous Casino de Monte-Carlo, luxurious marinas, and the Prince's Palace.

Antibes: 

Visit the charming Old Town of Antibes, explore the Picasso Museum, and enjoy the atmosphere of the town's local markets and restaurants.

Menton:

 Known for its colourful Old Town, Menton is a picturesque town with beautiful gardens, including the Jardin Exotique de Menton.

Porquerolles Island: 

Located a bit west of Nice, this island offers beaches, hiking trails, and clear waters for snorkelling and swimming.

Saint-Tropez: 

Experience the lively atmosphere of Saint-Tropez, known for its vibrant nightlife, beautiful beaches, and luxury shopping.

Îles de Lérins: 

Explore the islands of Sainte-Marguerite and Saint-Honorat, known for their natural beauty, historic sites, and peaceful ambiance.

Cassis: 

Sailing east of Nice, you'll find Cassis, a charming fishing village with stunning calanques (rocky inlets) and a delightful harbour.

Sanremo, Italy: 

Sail across the border to the Italian Riviera and visit Sanremo, famous for its flowers, markets, and historic casino.

These additional destinations provide a diverse range of experiences, from glamorous cities to tranquil islands and charming coastal towns, making your week-long sailing adventure from Nice an unforgettable journey along the stunning French Riviera.

What is the capacity of boats in Nice?

The capacity of boats in Nice can vary widely depending on the type of boat and its specific model. Here's a general overview for different types of boats you will find in Nice, along with a range for the number of cabins:

Motorboats can accommodate various group sizes, typically ranging from 2 to 12 passengers.

The number of cabins may vary, with options featuring 1 to 5 cabins for added comfort.

Sailboats available are designed to host groups of 2 to 12 passengers comfortably.

These sailboats typically offer 1 to 5 cabins, allowing passengers to enjoy their journey with a variety of options.

Yachts offer a wide range of capacities, catering to groups of 2 to 20 or more passengers.

The number of cabins can vary significantly, with some providing 1 to 10 or more cabins.

For a more personalized experience, it is highly recommended to discuss your requirements with a boat rental provider in Nice.


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