CORSICA CHARTER TYPES AVAILABLE
Our exceptional selection of monohulls and catamarans for charter out of Toulon and Nice in France are available in the following classes:
CORSICA BAREBOAT CHARTERS
- The ultimate in privacy & freedom, bareboat rentals are for groups having their own qualified skipper. Hiring a captain and or hostess/cook always remains an option. For a list of our available Bareboat yachts, please Click Here.
DEPARTURE BASES - Ajaccio & Propriano
Ajaccio is the capital city of Corsica. It is also the largest settlement on the island. Ajaccio is located on the west coast of the island of Corsica, 210 nautical miles (390 km) southeast of Marseille. It is also a shopping centre with the commercial streets of the city centre and the areas of peripheral activities such as that of Mezzavia (hypermarket Géant Casino) and along the ring road (hypermarket Carrefour and E. Leclerc). Tourism is one of the most vital aspects of the economy. A number of hotels, varying from one star to five star, are present across the commune.
The coastal town of Propriano is found on the coast of south-west Corsica, at the head of the Valinco Gulf and north-west of Sartene. It is about halfway between the major towns of Ajaccio to the north and Bonifacio to the south
SUGGESTED CRUISING PROGRAM
The local skippers have prepared a great sample bareboat program sharing their favorite beaches and moorings with our customers. Please click on below link for program details:
Corsica: 8 Day Itinerary
Sometimes called a mini-continent, Corsica has 385 miles of coastline, more than 200 divine beaches, bountiful nature reserves, and stunning mountain retreats. A gentle Mediterranean climate has promoted rich evergreen forests, and protects a wide variety of bird species. Several endangered animals thrive in the southern alpine mountains of snow-capped glaciers, and the Scandola Nature Reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage site. With one of Europe’s finest hiking trails, 40 varieties of orchids, rare lichens and mosses, and wonderful cuisine, visitors to Corsica may be tempted to stay on land – but there is a vital water culture as well. Swim, dive, or paraglide. Visit the whale and dolphin sanctuaries that surround the islands. Explore the sea caves near Bonifacio or do some sea fishing. It’s all right here on Corsica, which the Greeks called “Kalliste” – the Beautiful Island.
France and Corsica: 14 Day Itinerary
Cruise the French Riviera and sample the beauty and sophistication that have made the Côte d'Azur a favorite destination of sailors around the world. Arguably the jewel of the northern Mediterranean Sea, the Riviera is blessed with one of the most pleasant climates on Earth. One thing is for certain: Sailing the Côte d'Azur will leave you with a lifetime of memories.