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Cannes Lions is one of the most important events for those working in the creative communications, advertising and related fields. The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity has celebrated everything creative since its inception in 1954. Following on the heels of the Cannes Film Festival, these special awards are also held at the Palais des Festivals every June. As well as handing out numerous accolades, organisers and attendees throw extravagant parties and press events. It is set at an ideal time of year to attend with a luxury yacht charter and enjoy the event in style.

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Planning the ultimate charter is something that we leave to the experts. That’s why we’ve decided to get in touch with the industry’s best to discuss how they would plan the perfect yacht charter. In the first in our Planning the Ultimate Charter series, we spoke to Alex at Bespoke Yacht Charter about sunsets, local cuisine, and top anchorages in the French Riviera. This is what he had to say.

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The coastal glamour of the French Riviera is undeniably magnificent, but there’s another dimension to the French Riviera, where the past lingers on in an ancient Mediterranean landscape. Up in the medieval hill villages, another French Riviera waits: one of timeless beauty and a beating Provencal heart.

In the perched villages, flowers line the cobbled streets and shade is found in the vaulted passageways where worn flagstones have become slippery with the passage of time. Boutiques and galleries lie beneath thick rampart walls, and archways cut from the stone frame stunning views of bougainvillea and sea. Locals play pétanque in dusty squares where centuries-old trees throw their dappled light, and white cloth tables sit on restaurant tables high above the glittering Cote d’Azur.

From mountain eyries to artist’s colonies, we take you through the best hill villages to visit on your French Riviera yacht charter.

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M/Y ANTISAN is meticulously maintained by a team of highly skilled yacht crew who offer responsive service to all guests who step aboard. Working together as the same team for 8 years – a remarkable feat within yacht charter - the multilingual crew work effortlessly as individual pieces of a well-designed puzzle with unobtrusive service. Captain Andrea Bianchi has 35 years of charter experience and offers exceptional knowledge of the region's crème de la crème; where to book the best restaurants, what to do with leisurely days ashore, where to find the most exclusive boutiques.

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The magic of a French Riviera yacht charter is not really about what you do each day. It’s about how it feels – the sights, the smells, the glamour – and above all, that heady atmosphere of long summer days in the South of France. So we’ve put together a list of quintessential experiences that perfectly capture the hedonistic fizz and sparkle of life on the Cote d’Azur.

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A luxury yacht makes a fabulous venue for an unforgettable wedding. Yachts of all sizes are available to host weddings for groups of 20-300 guests in ports such as Antibes, Beaulieu, Cannes, Cap Ferrat, Monaco, Nice and Saint Tropez. We are also able to offer yachts that are able to cruise with up to 50 guests onboard for the ultimate ceremony at sea. +Bespoke Yacht Charter can also assist with all aspects of your yacht wedding from chauffeurs to DJs, photographers and the finest private chefs and caterers on the Côte d’Azur.

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When enjoying the spectacular landing at Nice airport and approaching from the west, you are bound to notice the two small islands off the coast of Cannes, Ile Sainte Marguerite and Ile Saint Honorat, known collectively as the Iles de Lérins (along with two much smaller and uninhabited islands). Both car free islands offer a huge contrast to the hustle and bustle and frenetic pace of the French Riviera and in this article, I will focus on the smaller and less visited of the two, Ile Saint Honorat. Famed for its historical and still functioning medieval abbey run by Cistercian monks and for the special wines and liqueurs that they produce locally, this small island of just 40 hectares is full of bucolic charm and splendid views and can be visited all year round. Carry on reading this article to experience a total culture shock, just 25 minutes from the port of Cannes and for full photos of my visit, please visit the Ile Saint Honorat album on the French Riviera Blog Facebook page.

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The Monaco Grand Prix is arguably the most publicized event of the Formula 1 season. Held this year between the 25-28th May, the Monaco GP will attract 200,000 visitors, the best way to watch the race is however of course from a yacht in Port Hercules.

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Glamorous, decadent, and dripping in celebrity history, the beach clubs of the Cote d’Azur have long been synonymous with the superyacht set. Yet of the hundred or so beach clubs along this stretch of storied coastline, which ones should you visit on your superyacht charter?

The best beach clubs have a seductive magic about them, an allure that goes far past the sophisticated decor, the handsome charm of the waiters, or even the softness of the sand where white-cloth tables sit before the sparkling sea. At the top beach clubs—the ones that the A-list compete to get into in the long, languorous days of a Mediterranean Summer — there’s a lingering sense of summers past, of all the famous people who have mingled, dined and danced here, passing happy days diving off pontoons and basking in the sun.

So join us as we float from the towering cliffs of Monaco down to the Gulf of Saint Tropez, dropping anchor at the most glorious beach clubs along the French Riviera.
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