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What to pack for Yacht Week

One of the biggest mistakes you can make in preparing for yacht week is overpacking. It’s not just you, it’s everyone’s first mistake. Carry-on bags only! (No hard sided luggage allowed in order to keep the yachts in perfect condition.)

Everyone always thinks they need ALL the things but trust me, you’re going to wear a bathing suit at least 75% of the time and the rest should be costumes and fun outfits.

Here are a few ideas for GEAR you might not be thinking of: Power Inverter/Charger – MOST IMPORTANT  – probably only need 2-3 per boat so talk to your buddiesWet Bag – swimsuit not dry? no sweat! Dry Bag – cell phone, wallet, etc Or  cell phone dry bag Battery charger portable Floatie Quick Dry Microfiber towel Flags Waterproof speaker Seabands Fun costume stuff – captain’s hats etc

CLOTHING (just in case you need it spelled out)

  • Sandals and tennis shoes,  exclusively .  You do not need heels, EVER.  Flat sandals take up no space but you might actually want real shoes for the scooter rides and island activities.
  • Lots of bathing suits . I brought 5 suits, and wore them all — some twice. Bathing suits are small and don’t take up much space, so don’t hold yourself back! Bring one for each day if you want!
  • Cover ups . You only need 2-3. They take up more room and often you’re just hanging in the water without them.
  • Tanks and tees . It’s going to be hot so the less sleeves the better but you might want a tee for sharing a cabin with someone at night.
  • Dresses.  Everywhere is super chill. You only need a few casual ones if you prefer dresses, otherwise shorts and tanks are just fine!
  • Themed clothes . WHITE PARTY/Riviera chic – wear something you’d wear to a preppy theme, country club theme, etc. White/light colors, stripes, bows, you name it. The preppier the better. Google “yacht week riviera chic” for more photos. Same with Retro Hawaiian, most people just wore ANYTHING Hawaiian looking – pineapples, palm trees, you name it. Everything goes.
  • You don’t need jewelry unless it compliments your COSTUME.
  • Undies –  you’ll wear more than you think because you .might change twice a day.
  • Don’t forget your meds  – anything you .need for hangovers, motion sickness, or any everyday need!

Overall, think less is more. If you have questions, let us know!

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French Riviera Style Guide | What to Wear in the South of France

French Riviera style has always piqued my interest, so when Matt and I decided to vacation in St. Tropez, I went all in on my outfits. Whether you’re taking a trip to the Côte d’Azur, or you just want to embrace the breezy, but chic looks of the region, here’s my French Riviera style guide on what to wear in the summer.

Located in the south of France, the French Riviera has grown into a notorious vacation locale for the rich and famous. First a fisherman’s town, St. Tropez gained star power after Brigette Bardot shot the film  And God Created Woman . ( To Catch a Thief  with Cary Grant and Grace Kelly also takes place in the French Riviera.) From St. Tropez to Monaco, these harbors and the Mediterranean Sea serves as a home base to super yachts and celebrities, but much like the Hamptons in New York, anyone can visit, and I highly recommend it if you’re looking for a summer holiday in Europe. 

French Riviera style is timeless, with crisp whites, nautical influences, and brighter colors than most neutral Parisian chic wardrobes. B reton stripes , head scarves, and basket bags are a plenty, and it’s casual vacation elegance at its best.

Maybe you’re heading to the South of France in the summer. Maybe you just want to embrace that effortless European holiday je ne sais quoi while running errands. Either way, keep scrolling for my French Riviera style guide featuring 9 must-have pieces, plus south of France outfits you can wear to embrace simple summer sophistication.

If you are heading to the South of France and looking for things to do in St. Tropez, don’t miss my St. Tropez travel guide .

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Quintessential French Riviera style is anything white. Not only does white reflect the sun (which helps keep you cooler than darker shades), but it’ll also look great with your new Mediterranean tan.

I would also pack a few different white pieces; this can range from a casual white dress for the day, to a white blouse and tailored white shorts for dinner. 

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Flowy Dresses and Skirts

Summer in the South of France is hot, so airy pieces like flowy dresses should be your go-to pieces to pack. Look for cotton, linen, and even lightweight silk to keep you cool. Lean into the St. Tropez glitz with fun prints and bold colors that you wouldn’t see in Paris or Provence.

Dresses take up minimal space in suitcases. And they’re also highly versatile for whatever you may have planned. Wear your dresses with flat sandals when you’re in town shopping, then swap out your shoes for espadrilles or block heels for dinner. 

To get a little more mileage out of your pieces, you can also opt for matching set with a skirt or shorts and a top (similar to how I wore the set in the above photo). When worn together, it’s obviously super cute, but you can also pair the bottoms with a tank top on another day.

Espadrilles

Espadrilles are some of the most common shoes, other than sandals, women wear in the French Riviera. You can wear flat espadrilles for daytime or a heel version for wine tasting or dinner. In fact, the cities in the South of France are mostly cobblestone, and espadrilles are easy to walk in.

Castaner wedge espadrilles are also perfect if you’re looking for a classic wedge espadrille. They’re a French summer footwear staple; read my Castaner espadrilles review here .

Sezane also makes espadrille s every summer season. They’re a French brand that I love, and also have free returns on US orders. For a full size Sezane size guide review, click here.

Like I mentioned in the section above, the South of France is filled with cobblestone streets, so flat sandals are a must.

Make sure you stop by one of the K. Jacques boutiques in St. Tropez; the brand started in 1933 and the sandals are still made there today. Although you can find a few styles from the brand on Shopbop or at Bloomingdale’s , there’s a much wider selection of sandals at the boutiques, and you can even customize your own pair.

If you want to pack a heel, go for a block heel. I have these heeled sandals from Sezane ; the gold instantly dresses them up. Also, there’s no chance of your heel getting caught between the cobblestones.

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A Straw Bag

When it comes to accessories, a straw bag of any sort is the perfect complement to French Riviera style. We’re talking raffia, straw, jute, rattan, or any kind of natural, woven material. 

A larger basket bag ( like this one from Sezane ) acts as a chic beach tote, but you can also wear it around town to carry any things you may pick up along the way. There are also fresh markets there, and a straw bag is a great and stylish French option to hold your yummy finds!

As with any summer vacation, sunglasses are a must. For the French Riviera, opt for classic colors like black or tortoise and timeless shapes. Cat eye-shaped sunglasses are always chic, and they add a little bit of a retro flair. If you want to try something a little more fashion-forward, try a more rectangular shape.

Le Specs makes affordable styles, and many of them are under $100. (One of my favorite pairs I own is the Half Moon Magic silhouette .)

I also discovered Jimmy Fairly , a French sunglasses brand, while in Paris. There are stores all over France, including Nice and Cannes in the French Riviera. They just started shipping to the United States but I highly recommend you stop into a location to pick up an affordable French souvenir while you’re there!

A Chic Cover Up

Even swimsuit cover ups are chic in the French Riviera. You may find yourself going from beach club to lunch, so be sure to invest in something stylish to throw over your swimsuit. 

Your cover up could be anything from a loose shirt dress like this , or a pair of linen shorts with a matching l inen button up shirt . 

A Striped Shirt

Breton stripes will always be associated with France and French Riviera style. Originally, Breton stripes, characterized by navy and white horizontal linens, were the uniforms of the French seamen. In 1917, Coco Chanel used Breton stripes in a nautical collection, and now, Breton stripes can be found in most closets throughout the world, even outside of France.

For a more traditional look, pair a striped tee or tank with lightweight cropped trousers. For a more modern interpretation, try a button up shirt or even vertical stripes. I love a striped oversized button up shirt and matching striped shorts . 

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A Straw Hat or Head Scarf

Other than sunglasses, you don’t really need any other accessories in the French Riviera than a straw hat or a head scarf.

Straw hats protect you from the sun on the beach. And a fabulous head scarf will have you looking like you just walked off a luxurious yacht for a day in town.

A straw hat is always a great summer accessory. But if you’re looking to save precious suitcase space, consider packing a straw visor for your trip. If your budget allows, you can also invest in a silk Hermes scarf; you can find a bunch secondhand at The RealReal .

As you pack, here are a few things you won’t need in the French Riviera:

  • Graphic tees 
  • Casual flip flips
  • Jeans (it’s way too hot for any kind of denim)
  • Sweatpants or loungewear (except for a travel outfit)

The French Riviera is a beautiful summer destination and one of my favorite places I’ve visited. Embrace the laid back, glitziness of the coast, and when in doubt, just be sure to pack a lot of white.

Hopefully this French Riviera style guide gives you some summer outfit inspiration.

Looking for more on the French Riviera?

  • Find my St. Tropez travel guide here
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These are the perfect looks for south of france. That Bash set may be my favorite. So pretty!

xo Jessica an indigo day

That’s my favorite outfit from the trip, too!

This is an amazing guide! Thank you for sharing them all. I can’t wait to try them. Thanks for sharing.

Thanks for your guide. These are perfect styles for south of France.

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I was wondering what you recommend to wear for a trip to Nice, Cannes and Marseille april 23-May 3 timeframe. Weather in upper 60s for high

Hi Jackie, I haven’t been during that time, but I would definitely put a light jacket and sweater on that list!

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What is Riviera Chic?

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Every year the fabulous descend on côte d'azur with some of the chicest looks of the year..

The French Riviera is known as one of the luxury epicenters of the world. Côte d'Azur is on the Mediterranean coast of southeastern France . The Cannes Film festival, the Monaco Grand Prix, and the Mediterranean summer draw crowds dressed in french vacation wear, otherwise known as French Riviera style.

Remember to style cropped tops, animal prints, and floral silk garments as you prep for your luxurious getaway to the French Riviera. Riviera Chic is unlike other French styles; outside the South of France, the same looks might be considered vulgar. Lucky for us, the rest of the world is far less discerning. Take your Riviera chic looks from one beach vacation to another.

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Parisian locals describe the styles from the South of France as much louder. Rather than the refined Parisienne looks we already love, the styles from this region encourage you to break the mold. From your favorite linen finds to '70s basket bags, you'll find plenty of fun trends to explore as you wander the beautiful streets of the French Riviera.

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The Basket Bag

We've loved all these styles since we saw Jane Birkin walk the Cannes Film Festival red carpet with a basket bag in tow. If you're looking for the perfect french bag, try the luxe boutiques of Nice.

Slip Dresses

Paired with sandals and Birkin-esque basket bags, silk slip dresses take you from day to night. Not only are these pieces perfect for the warmth of Mediterranean nights, but they pack down to next to nothing.

A wide-brimmed hat is your skin's best friend and adds much-needed protection from the summer sun. Many of these straw hat styles have been fondly named the Riviera hat, an ode to the stylish, beachy outfits of the French Riviera.

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Colorful Cover-ups

Sarongs and button-down shirts are just a few great ways to take a look from the beach to brunch. Cover-ups are a great way to add personality to swimwear and are perfect for adding glam to the luxe beach resorts and private beaches of Cote d'Azur.

Don't forget your Chanel Rouge Coco lipstick.

While a great red from Chanel is more classic Parisian than Riviera chic, this shade is another great way to add glamour to your beach-bound look. 

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Check out suites before you book. From interior cabins to stunning suites there are a few great reasons to upgrade your room. The perks of booking a nicer room start the moment you arrive with priority disembarkation. One obvious benefit is that upgraded cabins can be larger. While the typical hotel room is decently large, cruising suites are generally much smaller. Even upgrading to a balcony will offer you and your cruising partner more space. These nicer rooms are often located in better locations on board, either at the front and back of the ship for great views or in the middle to limit motion, (and sea sickness.) On top of all this, nicer suites often include added perks like free laundry service, a private butler, exclusive access to parts of the ship, and more.

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Sail from Barcelona to Nice aboard the Seadream II. The yachting experience begins with a warm welcome from the captain with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. The rest is up to you. Whether by day or night lounging on signature Balinese Dream Beds, indulging in Dream Cuisine, sipping a SeaDream cocktail at the back of the yacht, relaxing in the SeaDream Spa, or being active with our Watersports Marina, this is your yacht, make it uniquely yours.

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Cruise to the French Riviera, with its chic resort towns, charming old villages, and unforgettable Mediterranean beaches. In Paris, encounter some of the most classic French art and architecture, indulge in world-class cuisine and marvel at the masterpieces of the Louvre. See the lavender fields in Provence and learn how to make classic French dishes during a cooking demonstration in Marseille. Experience the best France offers on an unforgettable luxury cruise with Celebrity.

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Achieve Chic French Riviera Style with These 10 Staples

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Whether you’re planning to spend this summer along the enchanting Côte d’Azur —perhaps in Saint-Tropez, Cannes, Antibes, or Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat?—or simply aspire to refine your summer wardrobe , today’s post is your quintessential guide ;). I have curated a list of ten essential staples that are key to mastering the chic French Riviera style. This guide is ideal if you’re seeking advice on what to pack and how to dress for a stylish holiday in le Sud . Bonnes vacances!

What defines French Riviera style?

Renowned as the playground for the rich and famous, the French Riviera sports an unwritten uniform that combines nautical and Parisian chic . The Riviera style emanates a relaxed elegance that is unique to this glamorous locale. Originating nearly a century ago, this timeless aesthetic was pioneered by wealthy vacationers who flocked to the south of France, seeking sophisticated yet relaxed attire suitable for leisure activities in the warm climate.

Think crisp whites and classic, neutral tones combined with nautical accents to create a polished yet effortless vacation ensemble . For example, a white flowing maxi dress paired with espadrilles or striped wide-leg linen trousers paired with a white oversized linen shirt complemented by leather strappy sandals. Natural and premium fabrics like linen, cotton, and silk are preferred to stay cool with chic. Also, iconic elements such as the “marinière” ( Breton stripes ), straw boater hats, espadrilles , or straw bags are emblematic of this classic style. Keep scrolling to discover—and perhaps shop ;)—these essential pieces that will help you achieve that coveted French Riviera style this summer.

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The 10 Essentials of French Riviera Style

1. an oversized linen shirt.

If you’re seeking a summer top that offers a touch of elegance, an oversized linen shirt is an excellent choice. Available in styles such as striped, light blue, or classic white, these shirts pair wonderfully with ecru denim or wide-leg pleated linen trousers. I highly recommend checking out the linen shirts from Massimo Dutti , where the quality is “au rendez-vous.” This season, opt for this striped linen shirt and this other one in a lovely sky blue .

2. A Chic “Marinière”

The Breton top, or “marinière,” evokes timeless style, reminiscent of a young Brigitte Bardot, who famously paired one with jeans and ballet flats in Cannes in 1956. For a modern twist on this classic look, I recommend choosing a slightly loose version, such as the Noan or Colette marinière . This style allows you to layer it over a shirt, like knitwear, and casually roll up the sleeves.

3. Ecru Trousers

White trousers, whether in ecru, ivory, or cream, can bring a touch of sophistication to any summer outfit. This season, I’m particularly fond of the très chic J.Crew sailor denim trousers in ecru , which reflect the 70s-inspired vibe of the latest Chloé pre-fall collection I adore. For a look a bit more polished, consider these gorgeous tapered pants in glossy twill . Complete either style with leather strappy sandals or espadrilles for a chic Riviera ensemble.

4. A White Dress

Nothing captures the essence of summer quite like a white dress! Perfect for an afternoon at Pampelonne Beach or an elegant soirée , white dresses radiate sophistication. This summer, the beautiful Sézane Maxine dress is at the top of my wishlist. I also love the Farm Rio Richelieu tiered broderie anglaise dress . Pair yours with espadrilles and a chic straw bag for the ultimate summer look.

5. A One-Piece Swimsuit

Inspired by old-world glamour, this swimwear style is universally flattering and suits all body types, making it ideal for both large and small chests. It’s versatile too—you can easily wear it as a bodysuit paired with linen or silk wide-leg pants and leather strappy sandals for a chic, seamless transition from beach to café . I’m a big fan of the French swimwear brand Eres ! The Les Essentiels Cassiopée bandeau swimsuit is currently at the top of my wishlist ;).

6. A Chic Pair of Espadrilles

Although espadrilles originate from Spain, they are the perfect footwear for the French Riviera—comfortable, stylish, and ideal for warm days. I personally adore the espadrilles from the Spanish brand Castañer . Recently, I purchased these beautiful Chiara 80 wedge espadrilles in a blush color that I absolutely love wearing. Additionally, I recommend the Gea canvas espadrilles for their super chic look and comfort, perfect for navigating the uneven cobblestones you’ll find throughout Southern France.

7. Leather Strappy Sandals

Strappy leather sandals are a top choice for summer footwear, effortlessly elevating any outfit with their versatile silhouettes. These sandals pair beautifully with everything from your favorite white dress to kaftans and chic pleated linen trousers or even ecru denim. One of my preferred brands is Ancient Greek Sandals ; last year, I purchased these stunning Victory Of Samothrace sandals . For a chic, summer look for the city, I recommend the beautiful Chloé Rebecca leather sandals .

P.S.: If you’re in search of authentic Saint-Tropez footwear, consider the French brand K. Jacques , established in 1933. Crafted in the brand’s Saint-Tropez workshop, their sandals use leather sourced from prestigious European tanneries. This French shoe brand offers beautifully designed sandals in the style of ancient Spartans: extra-flat with slender straps that elegantly accentuate the ankle. Très chic!

8. A Straw Boater Hat

A straw boater hat is one of the chicest accessories you can take to the French Riviera. Not only is it lightweight and breathable, perfect for shielding your face from the sun, but it also elevates any outfit. This summer, I absolutely adore the Maison Michel Kiki embellished straw boater hat .

9. A Straw Bag

A straw bag, whether it’s a basket reminiscent of Jane Birkin , made of raffia, woven, or crafted from rattan, instantly evokes summer. This bag is a must-have accessory, ideal for carrying your daily essentials while adding a touch of French style to your summer outfits. This season, straw bags are elevated with details such as chain straps and leather accents. On my wishlist this season is the gorgeous Polène Yké bag .

10. A Chic Pair of Sunglasses

I absolutely love tortoiseshell acetate sunglasses! I find these chic and universally flattering. This summer, consider opting for a pair of square-frame sunglasses like these Loewe or bold square frames with a 70s vibe like these Chloé Gayia sunglasses .

What to Leave Behind

There are several items you might want to exclude from your French Riviera packing list. For instance, while leggings are comfortable for travel, the warm climate, especially during late spring and summer, makes them less ideal for wearing once you arrive. They’re better suited for your travel days or if you’re planning to exercise on your trip. I’d also recommend skipping Crocs and flip-flops; personally, I don’t find them particularly elegant ;). Moreover, overly short shorts may not be the best choice for every occasion in the region.

Et voilà! I hope you have a magical trip to the Côte d’Azur . Please let me know if you have any questions in the comments below. Merci!

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I am heading to the south of France this summer, and this post was very helpful! 🙂

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Thank you very much Camille! Enjoy your trip to the south of France this summer 🙂

Very helpful! Thank you!

Thank you very much Carolyn <3

I love your posts and always look forward to them! We are heading to south of France in middle September, will that still be summery style or are we heading to fall styles? Thank you!

Bonjour Judy, thank you very much for your comment! In September, you can expect an average range of 59-75°F (15-24°C), so a summery style with a nice jacket/blazer and a few (striped) sweaters should be fine 🙂

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When it comes to The Yacht Week in Croatia, there are seven different routes to choose from. Each route offers a unique experience, with varying levels of partying, local exploration, and cultural immersion. The Original Croatia Route is the most popular choice, known for its legendary parties and breathtaking scenery. But if you're looking for something different, you can also opt for routes in Italy, Greece, Montenegro, the Caribbean, or Grenada.

Once you've decided on the route that suits your preferences, it's time to gather your crew and book your yacht or cabin. It's important to book early as the boats per route are limited. You can book directly through the official website of The Yacht Week to secure your spot and start planning for the adventure of a lifetime.

During The Yacht Week, your home will be the yacht itself. While the accommodations may not be lavish, the boats are well-maintained and provide a comfortable space for you and your crew. It's important to note that space on the yachts can be a bit cramped, so be prepared for close quarters. Most boats have multiple bathrooms, but it's essential to be mindful of water usage and follow proper toilet etiquette.

While The Yacht Week is known for its epic parties, it's also an opportunity to explore the stunning islands of Croatia. From secluded bays to charming towns, there's no shortage of beauty to discover. Take the time to go on excursions, rent a Vespa and explore the islands, or simply walk around the towns and indulge in local delicacies. It's all about finding the perfect balance between partying and experiencing the culture and natural wonders of Croatia.

Let's not forget the main attraction - the parties! The Yacht Week Croatia is famous for its legendary parties, and each day offers a unique and unforgettable experience. From the Riviera Chic party in Hvar to the Fort Party in a historic fort, the festivities are non-stop. Snagging a table with bottle service is highly recommended for a more comfortable experience. The Raft Party and Regatta are also highlights not to be missed. It's all about dancing, socializing, and creating memories that will last a lifetime.

While onboard, you'll have the option to have your own hostess who will cook breakfast and lunch for you and your crew. Trust us when we say, this is worth every penny. Your hostess will take care of the meals, ensuring that everyone is well-fed and ready to take on the day's adventures. However, there are also plenty of opportunities to eat out at local restaurants and enjoy the delicious cuisine of Croatia. Don't forget to try traditional dishes like Peka, and indulge in some mouthwatering ice cream from local shops.

It's important to be prepared and budget accordingly for The Yacht Week. While the cost will depend on various factors such as the route, yacht type, and group size, it's essential to account for expenses like groceries, port fees, water taxis, bottle service, and group dinners. Splitting costs evenly with your crew is recommended to ensure a fair distribution of expenses. Planning ahead and using apps like Splitwise can help keep track of expenses and settle the bill at the end of the trip.

Your crew plays a significant role in the success of The Yacht Week. It's important to have a group of like-minded individuals who are open-minded, responsible, and ready to have a good time. The Yacht Week places emphasis on the ratio of guys to girls in your group, so it's crucial to ensure a balance. Having a skipper and hostess on board is also highly recommended, as they will provide guidance, take care of logistics, and enhance your overall experience.

Arriving a day before the official check-in time is recommended to avoid any potential travel delays and ensure a smooth start to your Yacht Week adventure. Booking accommodations near the marina allows for a good night's sleep before embarking on your journey. On the departure day, you'll return to the marina, check out, and bid farewell to your yacht and crew. It's a bittersweet moment, but the memories and friendships forged during The Yacht Week will last a lifetime.

The Yacht Week in Croatia is an experience like no other - a perfect blend of adventure, partying, and exploration. From sailing the stunning Croatian coastline to dancing the night away at legendary parties, this week-long extravaganza is sure to be the best week of your life. So gather your crew, book your yacht or cabin, and get ready for an unforgettable adventure that will leave you with memories to last a lifetime. Embark on The Yacht Week in Croatia, and let the party begin!

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  • May 4, 2019
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Yacht Week Athens - Greek Gods and Goddesses

Updated: Jun 16, 2020

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Oh, The Yacht Week – I’m honestly not even sure how else to explain this week of my life other than simply outstanding. In fact, it was so great the first time in Croatia that we decided to go back. As much as we loved Croatia, we wanted to try something new and went with Greece. We went in on a 9 person boat with only four of us fully committed and chose to use TYW’s system to find 4-5 guys to join us. Why not 4-5 more girls? Please – 9 girls in an enclosed space for 7 days? No thanks - I’ll pass on that drama.

I’d break down the discussion on TYW into a few categories:

1. Choosing your boat

2. Choosing your crew

4. The first day

5. The parties

6. The sightseeing

7. The Food

8. TYW Clichés

9. The costs you may not already know about

So here goes…

1. Choosing your boat – our first time around we went with a cheaper monohaul (AKA a sailboat). It didn’t have air conditioning and was about 750 euro per person (there were 8 of us). That price also doesn’t include the skipper fee which is another 800 euro split between you all. The second time around, we got a bit smarter. We chose a more expensive monohaul, but luckily the exchange rate change made it about the same price (~$1000/person). We ended up with 8 people on the boat plus our skipper, even though the boat technically slept 10 total. So, while we paid a bit more each, no one had to sleep on the couch. Or think of it as there was always one extra bed in case a roommate kicks you out J.

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Air conditioning – MUST HAVE

Four double bed rooms all the same size

Four bathrooms

Larger living room with more seating than the last one

Skipper had his own “room” (rather than sleeping on the couch)

Same pros as the previous boat (stereo system, cooler, etc.)

It wasn’t as big as some of the other monohauls or the cats – literally had a rich girl come in and act like she’d never seen something so small in her life *cue the eye role*

Doesn’t have great space for laying out and tanning. You probably need a cat for that

As mentioned previously, we had four girls in for sure and then we posted on TYW’s page called CrewFinder . I can tell you that we had a LOT of people from all over the world contact us. Some were singles, some were two friends, and some were groups of four or five guys. We were a bit uncomfortable with adding single guys so we passed on those usually. It took us about 3 or 4 different groups to officially nail down the guys that would commit to going for sure. We were lucky enough to be able to meet at least one person from each group we chatted with due to our travel schedules and where we live which made us more comfortable in our decision.

My only advice here is I’d probably avoid doing this on your first yacht week. It helped a lot that we’d gone before and knew what we wanted in crew-mates. I think it would probably be fine if you and your friends are looking to go and want to join someone else’s boat, but I’d probably hesitate to get the boat myself without a full crew the first time around. Also just remember that Australians REALLY like to party so know what you’re getting yourself into J.

First and most importantly, you have no room for hard suitcases/normal rolling bags so avoid those – go for duffles that you can flatten. Another option, especially if you’re spending a lot of time traveling before or after YW is to pack a large suitcase, bring a duffle, and then check your large suitcase with whatever you don’t need in a locker at the marina. TYW can usually tell you whether or not your marina has storage.

Here’s a packing list that we got from Marcus (our skipper in Croatia) and our thoughts on each thing (in italics):

Dramamine (non drowsy) – absolute must

Sleeping mask + ear plugs – not a bad idea depending on how easily you sleep

Floaties – another must (check Nordstrom, amazon, target, kohls, Showpo, etc.)

Costumes for the regatta on the last day – come up with a theme. Bae-watch is way overdone

Sunscreen -- duh

Flags – it will help you identify the boat – bring a bunch. And bring big ones – we underestimated how small ours would look

Sharpie Marker – to help mark your belongings – never needed this

Aux cable – for music to play through the boat speakers

12 Volt USB car charger – while not in the marina, this is your only source of power - to connect your phone to the car (would recommend getting one with a few usb slots so you can charge multiple phones at one)

External Rechargeable USB Battery Charger – yes. Keep in mind if you get a big one, you might blow a fuse. There’s plugs in every room so probably just get a few small ones

Deck of cards – just in case it rains or for drinking games

Boat shoes, sneakers and flip flops – girls please leave the heels at home! – agreed. Don’t bother with heels

Sweatshirt – it may get windy at night -- yep

Beach towel – yep although if you don’t have room for it, just buy a cheap one when you get there and throw it away before you leave

Bluetooth speakers – yep – sometimes annoying to have to change your song when the phone’s plugged in downstairs

Go Pro/waterproof camera/disposable waterproof camera – try your best to capture the most amazing week!! -- yep

Glowsticks, body paint, glitter -- yep

Battery powered Christmas lights for the boat – DEFINITELY. There is no light on the boat and you’ll come back on a taxi boat and have no clue which one is yours. The more unique the lights, the better. Zip ties to attach them to things also helps.

Bug Spray! -- ehhhhh

Sunglasses – bring a couple of pairs as you may break or lose a pair during the week – true, and you lose them because they go overboard so don’t bring expensive ones out during the day while sailing

White outfit for the white party – they call it something else now, Riviera chic or something stupid, but it’ll always be white party to us

Here’s what we brought that he missed:

Waterproof phone case

A hat to block out the sun some days

One of the other things that we did the first time around was pack a box full of Costco stuff as a checked bag. Two of our friends were flying directly there from SF and they filled a box with liquor, paper plates, solo cups, peanut butter, plastic silverware, paper towels, and sunscreen from Costco because it was SO much cheaper to do it that way. Then at the end of the week they just tossed whatever was left and had no checked bag on the rest of their flights on low-cost airlines.

4. The First Day

In Greece we went out of the Alimos marina and the other half of the route went out of a different marina. Don’t get there on the early end of check-in – you’ll be sitting around for a while. The bar that we met/checked-in at did not have air con and it was HOT.

Obviously remember that the marinas are on the coast, and the airport is not, so you’ll need to take a taxi or an uber out there so build in time for that drive for sure. The Athens airport DOES have ubers although they make you fill out this form thing to prove you took them. You pick them up in the parking lot across the way from departures to the right of the Sofitel.

One other thing to do that day is stop at an ATM and get cash (see #9 for what you’ll need it for). I’d recommend probably 500 euro each just to be safe.

Once you get through check-in your skipper will take one of you out to get the boat. You’ll most likely have to pay out a security deposit on the yacht. With our rental company, we were offered either a flat rate that covered anything we could possibly do to damage the boat or we could pay a smaller amount but then we’d have to cover the damage. We went with the flat rate. Apparently toilets are a major recurring issue and you don’t want to pay to replace a shitter. It was not cheap, but it eased our minds. Also, it had to be paid in cash whereas the insurance option could be paid with card. In the end we didn’t do any damage, but I think that’s pretty rare.

After you get the boat paid for, the skipper will check it out to ensure it’s all in working order. Make sure either they take pictures of everything or you do, especially if you don’t do the flat rate deposit. You don’t want them to blame you at the end of the week for something that was already there.

One major piece of advice : Plan for the worst. You don’t want to miss the first day of TYW, so if you’re coming in from somewhere else in Europe I’d recommend being in Athens the night before. See our blog about Yacht Week #1 to hear a horror story. If you’re coming in from Santorini or one of the Greek islands, be aware that even if you have the first flight out, the winds are unpredictable out there and you can get delayed without warning for hours.

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First piece of advice – go for the table/bottle service everywhere. You’ll get an email about signing up for tables before TYW starts, and have someone ready to refresh constantly that day. The tables go QUICKLY. They’re nothing close to the cost of a Vegas table and they’re completely worth it. We only did it once in Croatia and I regret not doing it more because a lot of the party venues don’t have places to put stuff or sit down, so without a table you’re just standing in the middle of the dance floor the entire time.

Greece Route Parties:

The first party – this for us was at a club in Alimos. A lot of people skip this party, but we had fun. It’s a good way to meet the other boats early on. There’s no option for bottle service. We also heard from the other half of the route that leaves from the other marina that their first night party was a way cooler spot and it definitely looked like it from the pictures.

Love Bay – it’s meh. There’s families there when you first show up because it’s technically a public beach but they tend to peace out after a while. The chairs say they cost money, but I think for TYW people they’re free. The drinks come in buckets with 50 straws and they had good fries. This is/was, when we were there, the tropical retro party so have a bathing suit with that theme. The water is the perfect temp and they have a fun water volleyball game going.

Malibu – This is a fun little bar on Poros. The owner, is super friendly and loves Fireball and TYW. It also has barrels you can get up and dance on if you’re feeling adventurous.

White Party/Riviera Chic – This is one of the only 2 day parties on the Greece route. Would highly recommend getting a table on the edge of the room for this one. Gives you amazing views of the sunset and you’re on the edge of the dance floor.

Nikki Beach – Favorite party of the week. This one is the most like the Croatia parties. It’s literally a hotel in the middle of nowhere on an island and TYW has full run of the pool area. For this one we got a cabana but they sit pretty far back off of the pool. Would probably recommend a pool-side table instead.

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You do have the option to book a room at the hotel that night to get off the boat for a while if you want to. The night ends with a rooftop party on top of the hotel. More than likely, if you do dinner at the hotel, you won’t have time to change between the pool and dinner/rooftop, so either bring your change of clothes or make sure your skipper brings in the dingy and can ferry at least a few people back to the boat to grab them.

Hydra – The island is known for being the spot for the best sunsets in the Med, and I wouldn’t disagree. The party that night is one I would also say get a table for and make sure it’s outside. Otherwise it’s tight and you’ll probably have to stay inside the whole night and it’s hot in there.

The final night –It’s a cool beach club that’s almost too big – the place felt empty regardless of the entire YW crew being there. They did have huge bean bags to sit on and hang out that we loved.

The Greece route was very different in this aspect from Croatia. It felt a lot more culture-focused. The islands you visit are much smaller and way less touristy than in Croatia.

Things we’d recommend:

Take advantage of being in Athens – go a day early or stay a day late and see the Acropolis

Poros and Ermioni – Wander around the islands. In general they’re tiny and you won’t get lost. The locals are super friendly and the photo ops are phenomenal

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Hydra – Keep in mind this island is SUPER small. From what we hear, it’s pretty common that the boats can’t actually dock in the Hydra harbor, so you’ll probably dock on Poros and get ferried in and out. They’ll offer 3 ferries. Do not take the first one. You’ll be there for the entire day and you’ll be bored after an hour. There’s a kind-of secret bar attached to the very back of the place where you’ll end up for dinner that has amazing cocktails, big restrooms with plugs where you can change and get ready, and incredible views right down by the water. You’ll essentially have to walk straight through the restaurant to get to it but you’ll see the bathrooms at the back and then a set of stairs to go down to the bar. A lot of TYW crew/staff go here so it’ll be their “secret spot.”

Groceries –

TYW provides transportation on day one to a grocery store in Greece that you can go to, order, and then they deliver it to your yacht. Take advantage of this and keep an eye on their timeline. You’ll have to be inside the store by a specific time. Also only send one or two people to shop with a list. No sense in everyone going.

There’s also a grocery service that one YW alumni started and she may contact you about it prior to your week. Usually she’s more expensive than the stores, but she has things like solo cups that the stores may not have.

Here’s our recommended grocery list:

Alcohol (survey your boat and figure out what people will and won’t drink and what they’re willing to pay especially if you have guys and girls and tanks and lightweights)

Fruit – it’s always fresh there.

Breakfast croissants or cinnamon rolls (anything that doesn’t need to be refrigerated)

Eggs and breakfast meats – you can definitely make breakfast for real one day, just remember how many people you’re feeding and how many eggs people eat in one sitting. Also remember how hot it is and how you don’t want to be downstairs doing dishes.

Stuff for sandwiches – grab salami or ham or whatever the local meat is, some bread, and some spreads (mustard or mayo or tzatziki) and whatever else you might want. Sandwiches and chips are the easiest lunch to have while sailing. They don’t do turkey as a lunchmeat so don’t be surprised.

Plan for two dinners on the boat – go with something easy. Salad, pasta, grilled cheese, etc. Keep in mind you probably have two pots/pans maximum and a tiny stove

Paper plates, silverware, and plastic cups. Again, no one wants to be down in the boat doing dishes.

Toilet paper

Paper towels – trust me you want a lot of this

Garbage bags

Nutella – it’s better in Europe

For those of you that haven’t been to Europe before, they do not have ranch or peanut butter. If they do have it, it’ll be a tiny jar and it’ll be super expensive.

One word of advice, ask your skipper to leave Nikki Beach early in the morning so you can stop at the dock nearby to get gas and go refresh on food. There’s a pretty good market there where you can stock back up on food and drinks. There’s also a patisserie/bakery next door that makes incredible Greek breakfast pastries.

TYW Promoted/Organized Dinners :

The first night – everyone goes, just go to it.

Nikki Beach - Dinner will either be on your boat that night or at Nikki Beach’s restaurant. Apparently they’re known for their sushi but you have to call and order it in advance, which TYW won’t tell you. Otherwise their food wasn’t great and it was expensive as heck for small portions. My boat was not happy.

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Hydra - Would absolutely recommend paying for the dinner on Hydra. It’s beautiful and pretty much everyone does it. Also they covered the cost for us since we couldn’t park in the harbor.

Dinners on the islands:

What to ask for at all of the local island restaurants - family style dinner. Everything just comes out on large plates and you pass them around the table. It’s the easiest way to do things, and you’ll get all of the restaurant’s specialties. The two things you cannot miss in Greece on the islands is honey-baked-feta and moussaka. I think most places have house wines that they make there that I’d also recommend. You cannot go wrong with Greek food – it’s all amazing.

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If there’s one place on the whole trip we’d say you have to go to, it’s Nalu on the last night. It was the recommended restaurant in TYW app and we made reservations. It’s a beach club during the day, so it’s pretty full of people drinking and hanging out but don’t be deterred by that. You’ll have to eat earlier than the normal Greek people because you’ll want to get back to the boat for the buses to the final party. The food, though, was phenomenal. The service was fantastic. The view was stellar. We ate perfectly cooked steaks right next to the sand while we watched the sun set. It was perfect.

These are the things you see in the YouTube videos that make yacht week so unique. All of these other companies that also do circle floats absolutely copied it from TYW.

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Circle Float: This was our favorite part of Croatia but it rained on circle float day in Greece so it sucked. On a good day, you whip out your floaties and they tie all of the boats together and you party all afternoon boat hopping and making new friends.

Line Float Night with Dingy Racing: Basically for this one they’ll just tie all of the boats together in one long line in front of a deserted island. You’ll make dinner on the boat, so plan for that. Then they’ll do dingy racing and other amusing activities.

Regatta Day: One of the days you’ll get all decked out in your themed gear and all of the boats will race (aka have a regatta) to the next location. The staff will sail around trying to get pictures and videos of all of the different themes, so be ready to show off your creativity. Greek gods and Bae-Watch themes are way overdone. We saw some cool themes like penguins, Titanic, Top Gun, the Croatian Bobsled team, etc.

Awards Night: They didn’t do this in Croatia, but in Greece we had an awards night on Hydra. The staff gets together earlier in the day and votes for the best regatta theme among other goofy awards that they come up with. Not every boat gets one so don’t be surprised or disappointed. Some awards go to individual people, some go to boats.

You buy all of your skipper’s meals and drinks. They have full access to your kitchen. Don’t be awkward about it at dinners where they’re with you. Just split everything evenly. Splitwise is your friend but don’t use multiple currencies. Convert everything to or leave it all in EUR/Kuna.

Skipper Tip – this is usually about 10-20% of the total cost of your boat. Give it to them on the last day as you leave the boat.

Hostesses – they’re a blast and they buy all of your groceries for you so you never have to shop, but they’re expensive. They also take up a spot on your boat, so keep that in mind. It means that you’re splitting the cost of the boat with one less person AND you pay an extra 600 euro on top of that to have her plus all of her meals and her tip at the end of the week. It adds up quickly.

The Kitty – when you first get on the boat, the skipper will ask you for kitty money. It’ll cover your gas, your taxi fees, and your docking fees. I think we did 150 euro each in Greece. Our skippers always made sure to keep receipts for everything so we had them if we wanted them.

The bottle/table service – There will be staff members that come around onto your boat before the parties and ask you for the cash for the tables you booked. I think that happened at White party and Hvar but maybe not Nikki Beach. Just be ready for it. You’ll also have to give them your order for alcohol at that time.

That’s Yacht Week Greece in a nutshell…or maybe more than a nutshell. Our last words of advice on TYW:

It’s going to be one of the best weeks of your life – embrace the insanity

If your skip hits on you, which we’ve heard stories about, talk to someone in a crew tshirt. That’s not cool.

Try not to hit on your skipper. That being said, if it happens and it’s mutual….oops?

The skippers do not get paid the same amount – there’s a survey at the end of the week and their salaries are based on their survey results

Don’t let your skip get too drunk. Someone has to sail the boat in the morning.

If you’re American and you’ve never had Somersby – find some.

If you can come up with something fun to introduce yourself around on either float day, do it. For example, we had shots of rose with rubber duckies in them that we call Ducky Rose and people loved it

Don’t be that asshole that brings a floating barge as a floatie that fits 8 people. You’ll take up too much space and everyone will hate you

Full cans of beer/cider float. Do with that what you will.

Once you pick your ratio when you’re booking your boat, it’s hard to change it. Especially if you want to take a girl off and add a guy in, so try to know your ratio before you book.

Make friends with the photographer – they might just end up on your boat for the day and then you could end up in their Instagram posts on Thanksgiving!

You may think going on YW over an American holiday like Labor Day is a great idea, but so does every other American. You’ll end up on a week with 10 boats from Jersey.

The boats and flights are most expensive mid-june through early August. You’re better off going one of the later weeks in August.

No shitting where you sleep! DO NOT go #2 on the boat. Just trust us. It’s gross and everyone will know you did it. Tell everyone else on your boat that’s a rule. SOS - Shit on-shore.

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The Yacht Week Style Inspiration

Published: October 12, 2023

Modified: December 28, 2023

by Mira Noel

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Introduction

Welcome to the world of adventure and luxury! The Yacht Week is an unparalleled experience that combines the thrill of sailing the open seas with the opulence of a floating vacation. With breathtaking views, crystal-clear waters, and a vibrant social scene, it’s no wonder that The Yacht Week has become a bucket-list item for many travelers.

But it’s not just about the sailing and the stunning destinations. Another aspect of The Yacht Week that adds to its allure is the stylish and fashion-forward atmosphere. From themed nights to beach chic ensembles, it’s a chance to show off your personal style and embrace the carefree spirit of adventure.

In this article, we will delve into the world of Yacht Week fashion and provide you with some style inspiration to make your experience unforgettable. Whether you’re a seasoned sailor or a first-time attendee, we’ve got you covered with outfit ideas, accessory suggestions, hairstyle tips, and even makeup recommendations.

So, get ready to sail the sartorial seas and make a splash during The Yacht Week. Your wardrobe is about to get a major upgrade!

Outfits for Theme Nights

One of the highlights of The Yacht Week is the themed nights, where everyone gets to dress up and show off their creativity. These theme nights are not only a chance to have fun but also an opportunity to connect with other yacht-goers and create memorable experiences. Let’s dive into some outfit ideas that will make you the star of the theme nights:

1. All-White Party: Embrace the elegance of an all-white outfit for this classic theme night. Opt for a flowing maxi dress or crisp white separates. Add some metallic accents or colorful accessories to make your outfit pop.

2. Tropical Paradise: Bring the island vibes to life with a colorful and vibrant ensemble. Think floral prints, bright sarongs, and tropical-inspired accessories. Don’t forget to top it off with a flower crown or a straw hat!

3. Neon Madness: Stand out in a sea of colors with a neon-themed outfit. Choose a neon bikini or shorts paired with a neutral top, or go all out with a head-to-toe neon look. Glow sticks and neon face paint are great accessories to complete the look.

4. Nautical Chic: Embrace the sailor vibe with a nautical-themed outfit. Opt for striped tops, high-waisted shorts, and anchor accessories. Don’t forget to tie a classic sailor’s knot on a rope bracelet for an authentic touch.

5. Festival Fever: Let your inner bohemian shine with a festival-themed outfit. Go for boho-chic dresses, fringed tops, and floppy hats. Add some funky accessories like feather earrings or statement sunglasses to complete the look.

Remember, the key to nailing the themed nights is to have fun with your outfit and let your personality shine. Don’t be afraid to get creative and embrace the unique spirit of The Yacht Week!

When you’re not busy enjoying the sailing or partying on the yacht, chances are you’ll spend a significant amount of time on the pristine beaches that The Yacht Week offers. And what better way to do so than with a beach chic ensemble that effortlessly combines style and comfort? Here are some tips to ace the beach chic look:

1. Flowy Cover-ups: Opt for lightweight and flowy cover-ups that can easily be thrown over your swimwear. A breezy maxi dress, a loose kimono, or a stylish sarong can instantly elevate your beach look while providing some much-needed sun protection.

2. Stylish Swimwear: Choose swimwear that not only flatters your figure but also reflects your personal style. Whether it’s a classic one-piece, a trendy high-waisted bikini, or a daring cut-out swimsuit, make sure you feel confident and comfortable in what you’re wearing.

3. Hats and Sunglasses: Protect yourself from the sun in style with a wide-brimmed hat and a pair of chic shades. Not only will they shield your face and eyes from the sun, but they also add a fashionable touch to your beach ensemble.

4. Beach Bag Essentials: Carry a stylish beach bag that fits all your essentials. From sunblock and towels to a reusable water bottle and a good book, make sure you have everything you need for a day by the water. Opt for a straw tote or a colorful canvas bag to complete your beach chic look.

5. Footwear: Ditch the heels and embrace comfortable footwear for the beach. Opt for cute and practical options like flip-flops, stylish sandals, or espadrilles. Not only will they keep your feet happy, but they also add a touch of effortless style to your beach chic vibe.

Remember, beach chic is all about looking effortlessly put together while embracing the laid-back beach atmosphere. So, pack your beach essentials and get ready to soak up the sun in style during The Yacht Week!

Swimwear Style

When it comes to swimwear during The Yacht Week, it’s all about embracing your personal style and feeling confident in what you’re wearing. Whether you prefer a classic bikini, a flattering one-piece, or a trendy swim trunk, here are some swimwear style tips to make a splash:

1. Bold Prints: Stand out from the crowd with swimwear featuring bold prints. Whether it’s tropical motifs, geometric patterns, or vibrant florals, don’t be afraid to go for eye-catching designs that reflect your personality.

2. Cut-Outs and Mesh: Add a touch of allure to your swimwear with cut-out details or mesh inserts. These trendy features not only create visual interest but also provide an opportunity to show off a hint of skin in a tasteful way.

3. High-Waisted Bottoms: The high-waisted bikini trend is here to stay, and it’s perfect for creating a flattering and retro-inspired look. Pair high-waisted bottoms with a matching bikini top or mix and match for a stylish and unique combination.

4. One-Piece Wonders: Embrace the elegance and sophistication of a well-fitting one-piece swimsuit. Opt for styles with interesting necklines or back details to add a touch of drama. Additionally, one-piece swimsuits can also double as a bodysuit when paired with shorts or a sarong.

5. Versatile Cover-ups: Don’t forget to pack stylish cover-ups to slip on over your swimwear. From lightweight kaftans to flowy kimonos, these versatile pieces can effortlessly transition your swimwear look from the beach to the yacht party.

Remember, swimwear style is a personal choice, so go with what makes you feel comfortable and confident. The Yacht Week is the perfect opportunity to flaunt your fashion sense, so don’t be afraid to make a statement and express your unique style through your swimwear choices!

Accessories to Elevate Your Look

No outfit is complete without the right accessories, and The Yacht Week is no exception. These carefully chosen add-ons can elevate your look and take it to the next level. From statement jewelry to trendy hats, here are some accessories that will make you a style standout during your yacht adventure:

1. Statement Jewelry: Add a touch of glamour with statement jewelry pieces. Think oversized earrings, chunky necklaces, or stacked bracelets. These eye-catching accessories can instantly elevate even the simplest outfit, adding a touch of sparkle and personality.

2. Trendy Hats: Protect yourself from the sun while looking effortlessly chic with a trendy hat. Opt for a wide-brimmed hat for a dramatic beach look or a stylish fedora for a sophisticated touch. Not only will it shield your face from harmful rays, but it will also add a dose of glamour to your outfit.

3. Belts: Cinch your waist and create a more defined silhouette with a stylish belt. Whether it’s a classic leather belt or a trendy woven design, it can instantly transform a loose-fitting dress or a flowy cover-up, adding a touch of sophistication to your overall look.

4. Scarves: Embrace the bohemian spirit with a colorful scarf. Tie it around your neck, wear it as a headband, or use it as a beach cover-up. Scarves are versatile and can add a pop of color and pattern to your outfit while serving multiple purposes.

5. Sunglasses: Don’t forget to protect your eyes from the sun’s rays with a stylish pair of sunglasses. From classic aviators to trendy cat-eye frames, choose a style that complements your face shape and adds a touch of elegance to your overall look.

6. Bags: Opt for a chic and functional bag to complete your yacht week outfits. A stylish backpack, a trendy crossbody bag, or a spacious tote can not only carry your essentials but also act as a fashion statement. Look for bags with nautical-inspired details or vibrant colors to match the yacht atmosphere.

Remember, accessories are the finishing touch to any outfit, so don’t be afraid to experiment and have fun with them. They allow you to showcase your personal style and add those extra touches that will make you stand out during The Yacht Week.

Shoes for On-Deck and On-Land

Choosing the right shoes for The Yacht Week is essential to ensure both style and comfort. With a mix of on-deck activities and on-land adventures, you’ll want shoes that can transition seamlessly between the two. Here are some shoe options that are both fashionable and practical for your yacht journey:

1. Boat Shoes: Classic boat shoes are a staple for any sailing adventure. Not only do they provide excellent grip and traction on the slippery deck, but they also exude a nautical charm. Opt for leather or canvas boat shoes in neutral tones or go for a pop of color to add some flair to your outfit.

2. Slip-On Sneakers: Slip-on sneakers are perfect for those times when you want to be comfortable and effortless while exploring on-land destinations. They offer both style and ease, allowing you to effortlessly transition from strolling through cute coastal towns to dancing the night away on the yacht.

3. Sandals: Lightweight and comfortable sandals are a must-have for a beach vacation like The Yacht Week. Look for stylish options like strappy flats, gladiator sandals, or espadrille wedges. Opt for materials that are water-friendly, so you don’t have to worry about them getting wet during water activities.

4. Espadrilles: Espadrilles are versatile shoes that can be dressed up or down, making them perfect for on-deck brunches or casual evening gatherings. Choose a pair with a platform or wedge heel for an added touch of elegance and height while maintaining stability on the yacht.

5. Flip-Flops: You can’t go wrong with a classic pair of flip-flops. They are easy to slip on and off, water-friendly, and perfect for lounging on the yacht or walking along the beach. Look for flip-flops with cushioned soles and sturdy straps that will provide comfort and support.

Remember, when choosing shoes for The Yacht Week, prioritize comfort and practicality without compromising style. You’ll want footwear that can withstand different activities while keeping you looking fashionable and feeling comfortable throughout your adventure.

Hairstyles for the High Seas

When sailing the high seas during The Yacht Week, it’s important to have hairstyles that are practical, low-maintenance, and still effortlessly stylish. You’ll want to keep your hair out of your face while enjoying the ocean breeze and look fabulous for the on-board parties. Here are some hairstyle ideas that will keep you looking fabulous throughout your yacht adventure:

1. Messy Beach Waves: Embrace the natural texture of your hair by creating effortless beach waves. Simply scrunch your damp hair with some salt spray and let it air dry. You can also use a curling wand to create loose waves. This hairstyle not only looks relaxed and chic but also holds up well against the ocean breeze.

2. Top Knot or Messy Bun: Stay cool and stylish with a top knot or a messy bun. This hairstyle keeps your hair off your face, and it can be achieved by simply pulling your hair up into a high bun and allowing some loose strands to frame your face. It’s an easy and quick option for a day on the yacht or exploring on land.

3. Braided Styles: Braids are a versatile and practical option for the high seas. Whether it’s a classic French braid, a fishtail braid, or a loose boho braid, they keep your hair neat and secure. You can also incorporate braids into half-up, half-down styles or add them as accents to your updo.

4. Hat Friendly: Hats are not only a stylish accessory but also a practical solution to protect your hair from the sun. Whether you opt for a wide-brimmed hat, a cute cap, or a floppy sun hat, you can leave your hair down or create a simple low ponytail or a low bun to complement the hat.

5. Bandanas and Headscarves: Add a touch of retro charm to your yacht week hairstyles by incorporating colorful bandanas or headscarves. Wrap them around your head as a headband, tie them at the top of a ponytail, or use them to create a chic turban-style look. They not only keep your hair in place but also add a playful and stylish element to your overall appearance.

Remember, simplicity and practicality are key when it comes to hairstyles for The Yacht Week. Choose styles that can withstand the wind and activities while still keeping you looking effortlessly chic and ready to enjoy every moment of your yacht adventure.

Makeup Tips for The Yacht Week

When it comes to makeup for The Yacht Week, the key is to keep it fresh, effortless, and resistant to the elements. You want your makeup to enhance your natural beauty while lasting throughout the day and night. Here are some makeup tips to help you achieve the perfect look for your yacht adventure:

1. Lightweight Base: Opt for lightweight and breathable foundations or tinted moisturizers to even out your skin tone without feeling heavy. This will allow your skin to breathe while providing a natural-looking coverage. Don’t forget to apply sunscreen before your base as well to protect your skin from the sun’s rays.

2. Waterproof and Long-Lasting Formulas: Choose waterproof and long-lasting formulas for your eye makeup and lip products. This will help ensure that your makeup stays in place during water activities and in the warm weather. Look for waterproof mascaras and gel or liquid eyeliners that won’t smudge or run.

3. Glowy and Fresh Cheeks: Embrace the sun-kissed look with a touch of bronzer and a luminous blush. Sweep a bronzer along the hollows of your cheeks and the perimeter of your face for a natural sunkissed glow. Then, add a pop of color to your cheeks with a shimmery or matte blush.

4. Natural Eye Makeup: Opt for light and natural-looking eye makeup to complement the relaxed vibe of The Yacht Week. Choose neutral eyeshadows in soft browns, peaches, or golds and apply them to your eyelids. Enhance your lashes with a waterproof mascara for a wide-eyed, effortless look.

5. Lip Balm with SPF: Protect your lips from the sun and keep them hydrated with lip balm that contains SPF. Opt for tinted options for a subtle hint of color or choose clear lip balm for a more natural look. Reapply throughout the day to maintain soft and kissable lips.

6. Setting Spray: Finish your makeup routine with a setting spray to help your makeup last longer, even in the heat. This will ensure that your makeup remains fresh-looking and in place throughout the day and night.

Remember, The Yacht Week is all about embracing your natural beauty and keeping your makeup fresh and minimal. Let your skin breathe, focus on enhancing your features, and opt for products that will withstand the sun, water, and dancing on the deck. With these makeup tips, you’ll be ready to bring your A-game to every yacht party and capture the perfect Instagram-worthy moments!

Packing Essentials

When it comes to packing for The Yacht Week, it’s important to strike a balance between style, practicality, and minimalism. With limited space on the yacht, you’ll want to pack smart and ensure you have everything you need for a comfortable and memorable adventure. Here are some essential items you should include in your yacht week packing list:

1. Swimwear: Pack a variety of swimwear options, including bikinis, one-pieces, and swim trunks, to suit different activities and moods during your yacht week. Opt for versatile colors and styles that can be easily mixed and matched.

2. Clothing: Choose lightweight, breathable clothing items that can withstand warm weather and ocean breezes. Include casual and comfortable outfits for daytime activities and stylish outfits for theme nights and on-land excursions. Don’t forget to pack a light jacket or sweater for cooler evenings.

3. Accessories: Bring along sunglasses, hats, and beach bags to protect yourself from the sun and complete your beach chic look. Additionally, pack some versatile accessories like scarves, belts, and statement jewelry that can elevate your outfits with minimal effort.

4. Footwear: Opt for practical yet stylish footwear options like boat shoes, slip-on sneakers, sandals, and flip-flops. Make sure to include comfortable walking shoes for on-land activities or exploring coastal towns.

5. Toiletries: Pack travel-size toiletries, including sunscreen, lip balm with SPF, shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. Don’t forget essentials like toothpaste, toothbrush, hairbrush, and any specific skincare products you may need.

6. Electronics: Bring along your phone, charger, and any other electronic devices you may need. Consider investing in a waterproof phone case to protect your phone during water activities.

7. First Aid Kit: It’s always a good idea to have a basic first aid kit on hand for any minor accidents or emergencies. Include band-aids, antiseptic wipes, pain relievers, and any necessary medications.

8. Entertainment: Don’t forget to pack some entertainment options such as books, magazines, playing cards, or a portable speaker for music. These will come in handy during downtime on the yacht or for relaxing on the beach.

Remember, pack light and be mindful of the limited space on the yacht. Consider the activities you’ll be participating in and pack accordingly. With these essential items in your suitcase, you’ll be prepared for an amazing and stylish adventure during The Yacht Week.

The Yacht Week offers a unique and unforgettable adventure, combining the thrill of sailing with luxurious experiences. As you embark on this incredible journey, make sure to embrace the fashion and style that comes with it. From themed nights to beach chic ensembles, swimwear style to accessorizing, and practical shoe choices to effortless hairstyles, there are countless ways to enhance your look and express your personal style during The Yacht Week.

Remember, comfort is key, so choose lightweight and breathable fabrics that can withstand the sun, wind, and water. Opt for versatile pieces that can easily be mixed and matched, creating different looks throughout your yacht adventure. Don’t forget to protect yourself from the sun with hats, sunglasses, and plenty of sunscreen. And when it comes to makeup, keep it fresh and natural, allowing your natural beauty to shine through.

As you prepare for your yacht journey, remember to pack smartly and prioritize essential items such as swimwear, comfortable footwear, toiletries, and entertainment. Leave room for adventure and spontaneous experiences, and embrace the carefree and laid-back spirit of The Yacht Week.

So, get ready to set sail, dance under the stars, and make incredible memories during The Yacht Week. With your impeccable style and sense of adventure, you’re sure to have an extraordinary experience that you’ll cherish for a lifetime!

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French Riviera Charter Itinerary

Renowned for its beauty, the South of France (Cote D’Azur) has a wealth of quiet bays and superlative waters. The Riviera’s chic beach clubs, world-class restaurants, boutiques and spas combine to offer the world’s most luxurious vacation.

French Riviera itinerary map

Day 1: Monaco

Enjoy the breathtaking views as you make your way from the Nice international airport to the incredible principality of Monaco to begin your luxury yacht charter. A late afternoon apéritif on board is a must before heading off to explore the city. Have dinner at a Michelin-star restaurant; later role the dice at the famous Monte Carlo Casino or revel in the night at one of Monaco’s uber-fabulous clubs.

Monaco

Day 2: Cannes

Enjoy the morning cruise to the iconic city of the French Riviera and relish the view, as you pull into a marina that is hull-to-hull with the world’s largest yachts. Spend the afternoon ashore, complete with lunch and a bottle of rosé, and then visit the Picasso Museum to add a bit of culture to the day. In the evening, Cannes awaits.

Cannes at night

Day 3: Saint Tropez

A storybook port, popularized by Bridget Bardot in “And God Created Woman”, it has long been a summer home for artists, composers and novelists and the film colony. The town is filled with tiny squares, pastel colored houses, trendy boutiques, cabarets, galleries, and antique shops.

The hottest Riviera beaches are in St. Tropez, and your yacht can anchor right off of them. Actually, it’s one long 3-mile beach with various names along the way Tahiti, Bora Bora, Bali, etc. The beach is lined with thatched hut restaurants, burger shacks, tropical themed shops… You can either enjoy watersports off the yacht or go ashore for sunbathing and people watching.

St Tropez bay

Day 4: The Porquerolles Island

The island of Porquerolles lies in the Gulf of Hyères. Here you will find beautiful beaches, rolling hills, vineyards and a stunning forest — a large portion of the island is now a national park. No cars are allowed on the island, so exploration must be done by foot or by bike. Despite its remoteness, Porquerolles plays host to some excellent cuisine. Enjoy a meal at Le Mas du Langoustier.

Day 5: Cap D’Antibes

Antibes is a well-known resort town in the French Riviera located between Cannes and Nice. Antibes was a Greek fortified town named Antipolis in the 5th century BC, and later a Roman town, and always an active port for trading along the Mediterranean. Anchor in any one of the beautiful bays around the Cap d’Antibes and swim in the clear waters surrounded by pine trees.

Later, enjoy an aperitif in the Hotel du Cap-Eden Roc, the most stylish of the Côte’s luxury palaces which stands at the tip of the Cap d’Antibes peninsula in its own 22-acre manicured garden.

Antibes sunset

Day 6: Villefranche Sur-Mer

Villefranche-sur-Mer is an idyllic little village that looks to have popped straight out of a storybook. The Medieval architecture and narrow brick-laden roads that lead to steep cliffs dropping off into a crystalline sea will keep you wandering. The streets are lined with incredible local haunts. Be sure to visit Eze, a hilltop village with incredible views.

Villefrenche sur mer

Day 7: St Jean Cap Ferrat

Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is one of the pearls of the French Riviera. This stunning peninsula features a picturesque port, and has a delightful stone path that allows you to hike the entire peninsula by the sea.

Saint Jean Cap Ferrat

Day 8: Monaco

The glitter and bling of the Principality of Monaco is dazzling. Your yacht charter will berth beneath the Royal Palace. Built into the rocks, Monaco offers world class shopping, the Oceanographic Museum once run by Jacques Cousteau, lovely gardens, superb restaurants and bars and, of course, the highlight – the Grand Casino of Monte Carlo. A tour of the Royal Grimaldi Palace is a must, and you might also enjoy a visit to Monaco Cathedral, the 19th century church where Prince Ranier and Grace Kelly were married.

Monaco

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