Rent a boat in Antibes

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2002 - 2023
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+100 boats available
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Motorboat Beneteau Flyer 750 sundeck 300hp (2011)

From €375 per day

Private
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Motorboat Beneteau Monte Carlo 42 740hp (2016)

From €2,200 per day

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Sailboat Dufour Dufour 430 Grand Large 12.5m (2021)

From €457 per day

Super owner
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Beneteau Oceanis 400 (1996)

From €314 per day

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Motor yacht Ferreti 881 3650hp (2012)

From €8,300 per day

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Motorboat Jeanneau Leader 33 520hp (2018)

From €1,500 per day

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MANATEA - Luxury Sessa Marine C35 (2007)

From €1,250 per day

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ALHENA - Dufour 56 Exclusive (2017)

From €1,071 per day

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Sailboat Nielsen IMX 38 12m (1996)

From €326 per day

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Jeanneau - Leader 33 (2017) (2017)

From €1,880 per day

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Leader 36 - Jeanneau (2019)

From €2,340 per day

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Sunseeker — 28m — Antibes (2013)

From €5,827 per day

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Motorboat Rio Rio 600 Cabin Fish 100hp (2005)

From €472 per day

Private
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Motorboat Princess 54 Fly 1550hp (2008)

From €2,800 per day

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Motorboat Jeanneau Leader 36 640hp (2019)

From €1,950 per day

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Motorboat Chris Craft Sea Skiff 37 900hp (1963)

From €650 per day

Private
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Motorboat Jeanneau Cap Camarat 7.5 Wa 250hp (2017)

From €550 per day

Private
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Motorboat Cantieri Di Venezia MISTRAL 31 500hp (1999)

From €370 per day

Private

Why rent a boat in Antibes?

Famous for yachting, jazz and its beaches, Antibes ranks among the favourite destinations for French people to spend a summer holiday on the French Riviera. 

Sailboats, motorboats, catamarans and RIBs, find a boat to rent in Antibes and go along the French Riviera. Discover in particular the famous Cap d'Antibes, located between the Bay of Cannes and the Bay of Angels in Nice.

More than 2700 berths are available in Antibes between the Vauban port, the Port de la Salis, the Port Gallice, the Port du Croûton and the Abri de l'Olivette, which takes you back in time.

Take advantage of your holiday in Antibes to sail around the sea, taking the time to explore the many cute creeks in the area. To avoid the hordes of tourists in the summer or to find the best anchorages in the area, opt for a boat rental with skipper;

With a sailboat or catamaran, you can go to Mandelieu la Napoule and Saint-Laurent-du-Var, or head for the Golden Islands on the edge of the Giens peninsula: Porquerolles, Port-Cros and Ile du Levant, or go to Saint-Tropez or Cannes and its famous Croisette. Discover the Cap d'Antibes, a little corner of paradise for lovers of the Mediterranean sea;

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What to do in Antibes?

Antibes is also known for its many events in summer and for its famous beaches, especially in Juan-les-Pins. In this pretty southern town, enjoy walks along the ramparts of the old town, including the Promenade Amiral-de-Grasse, a very charming stroll along the sea.

In addition, you can moor at the Vieux-Port and the newer Port Vauban, which is home to luxurious and beautiful yachts. Renting a yacht allows, for a day or a few days, to experience exceptional moments.

In the Château Grimaldi, which dominates the skyline, you can observe a small but beautiful collection of the famous Picasso or visit theMuseum of Archaeology. Close to the ramparts is the famous Place du Safranier, the heart of the city. Also stroll through the old quarters passing under the old arches or have lunch or dinner in the charming restaurants of the city and enjoy the fruit and vegetable markets.

Where to sail from Antibes?

Renting a boat in Antibes will be the best opportunity to discover or rediscover the most beautiful places on the French Riviera :

  • Mandelieu-la-Napoule: in the heart of the Côte d'Azur, Mandelieu-la-Napoule is lodged between Saint-Tropez and the border of Italy, between two massifs: the Esterel and the Tanneron. This place offers an idyllic setting to all the yachtsmen who call there.
  • Saint-Laurent-du-Var : this seaside resort nestled next to Nice, in the famous Baie des Anges, is the perfect place to enjoy water activities such as jet-skiing or diving.
  • Les îles d'Or (or îles d'Hyères): off the coast of Hyères and more precisely the Giens peninsula, the Ile du Levant, Port-Cors and Porquerolle, form one of the most beautiful archipelagos in the Mediterranean. On these islands, nature is omnipresent and the landscapes are breathtaking. You can drop anchor in the Anse du Bon Renaud or the Anse du Parfait.
  • Saint-Tropez: known mainly for its jet-setters, Saint-Tropez is nonetheless a town with historical charm. The most beautiful place in Saint-Tropez to anchor? The Cap Taillat: you can anchor on either side.
  • Cannes and the Lérins Islands: the archipelago of the Lérins Islands is one of the key places in the Bay of Cannes. Its identity and charm attract many boaters each year. The best anchorage is between the two largest islands: Saint-Honorat and Sainte-Marguerite.

What is the best time to go to Antibes?

Antibes is fortunate to have a Mediterranean climate, and as a result, good weather: outdoor temperatures vary between 20°C and 35°C between May and September.

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Simon
Aug 28, 2019
Antibes is a beautiful town with old and new mixing perfectly. A huge choice of restaurants and wonderful beaches.
adam
Aug 27, 2019
This is a beautiful area to sail. The bays around the Cap and the Isles are wonderful and it can be interesting to boat close to the large yaghts and experience their enourmous size!
Ellen
Aug 19, 2019
Highly recommend renting a boat in Antibes as the beaches are crowded! Best to have a skipper who is local and who can show you around the local spots. We had a nice time out at the islands, and would recommend heading there to post up for an afternoon (although they can get crowded).
HISHAM
Aug 18, 2019
Antibes is quite city surrounded by all vibes needed to spend your vacation. We enjoyed our time and definitely will consider coming back again. Great restaurants, beaches and a lot more. Antibes, Juan les pins are in the middle of all great cities like Cannes, Nice and Monaco short drive