Used Boats in France
All avid boat enthusiasts would agree that France is a luxury dream destination for sea lovers. Starting from the esteemed Saint Tropez, which was originally made famous by Bridget Bardot in the 1950s, this French Riviera town still holds the heart of jet-setters, models and celebrities alike. The marina doesn’t actually allow superyachts over 70 metres, instructing them to drop anchor out of port.
Bernard Arnault’s superyacht Amadeus is often seen floating off France’s Côte d’Azur, along with the iconic 88 metre Maltese Falcon, originally built by US venture capitalist Tom Perkins. Port Camargue is a large port in the South of France offering a comprehensive range of nautical facilities and technical services to yachts of all sizes while Port de Leucate is one of the largest marinas in Med and offers a superb range of facilities at its harbour location in the Golf de Lion in the South of France. These are just a few marinas you’ll probably visit on your next boating holiday. Typically French boat enthusiasts start small and end up buying bigger boats as their passion for the sea grows. This makes France a magnet for prospective buyers looking to find a great deal.