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Europe

  • Destination
    Monaco

    A favourite haunt of Europe’s jet-set, Monaco has long been associated with glamour and exclusivity. The state fell under the ruling of the Grimaldi family in 1297 and has been a hot spot for the rich and famous since 1863, when what is believed to be Europe’s first casino opened. Today the setting is as dazzling as ever, with a small army of superyachts bobbing about the harbour against the backdrop of the Côte d’Azur cliffs.

  • Destination
    Spain & the Balearics

    With a stretch of coastline that includes some of the most exciting cities, spectacular beaches, freshest seafood and richest culture in the world, a yacht charter vacation to Spain is vibrant, flamboyant, peaceful and idyllic in equal measure.

  • Destination
    Croatia

    A nation bequeathed by the legacies of Romans, Venetians and Hapsburgs, Croatia is as picturesque as an eastern European folk tale.

  • Destination
    Italian Riviera (Liguria)

    The serene Ligurian coast is the perfect antidote to a hedonistic charter along the Côte d’Azur. The stretch of coastline between St Tropez and Portofino has it all — shimmering light, southern heat and northern elegance. Charming boutiques and designer shops nestle in narrow streets that come alive with the glamorous bars and restaurants that have long defined the area. Italians love the good life, and nowhere is this more evident than in the harbourside of the enchanting villages dotting the

  • Destination
    The Baltic

    North of the warm and glittering shores of the Western Mediterranean are the increasingly popular cruising grounds of the Baltic Sea, an inland sea bordered by Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Germany and Denmark.

  • News
    The British heritage of Camper & Nicholsons

    7 May 2015

    The Superyachts.com team caught up with London brokers Simon Goldsworthy and Cristabel Nye at the recent London Yacht, Jet & Prestige Car Show to discuss the brand, the heritage and the story behind Camper & Nicholsons.