With Cannes & St Tropez being one of the hot spots in the summer, and some of the best parties going on, the best thing to do to enjoy your time here is to rent a Boat for the day to get the true South of France experience. We’ve compiled a list of the best Boats to rent for the day.

Van Dutch 55

A day on the sea in the comfort of a boat is best enjoyed on board the Vandutch 55, one of the larger yachts in the VanDutch fleet. She boasts a sizable cockpit with lots of space for sitting, a sizable sundeck, and a great entertainment system to keep guests entertained. She is the perfect yacht for a day spent at sea between the Iles de Lérins thanks to her spacious swimming step and assortment of water toys.

 Sunseeker 68

One of the best boats for touring the South of France is the Sunseeker 68 Predator, which has cutting-edge British-built lines and an excellent selection of luxury features. There is a huge bow lounge for supremely luxurious sunbathing, a sizable cockpit for outdoor dining, and a gorgeous swimming step right next to a huge sun pad. The boat has a three-stateroom configuration and can sleep up to 12 people when cruising and 6 people overnight, including a full beam master and a VIP forward.

Virtus 63

With a model that maintains the elegance of the shipyard’s models, including class, refinement, and clean lines, Riva reimagined the idea of an open yacht. These are also present in the 63′ Virtus, a model made to make a statement. The 63′ Virtus, which has larger spaces that ensure excellent liveability and complete onboard comfort, is modeled after the Vertigo, a traditional and highly successful Riva model, and it captures the strong personality of the Rivale, another Riva open boat that has marked the history of the shipyard.

Wally 70

The motor yacht can cruise at 32 knots and attain a top speed of 40 knots thanks to its two MTU 10V2000 M92 engines and Rolls-Royce Kamewa waterjet A45. The Wally 70 skillfully blends luxury and great performance, and it was built using cutting-edge composite materials to reduce weight and boost performance. Her interior was created by Allseas, and she was built by Wally Shipyard and Wetzels Brown Partners.