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Rivieraboattours

Riviera boat tours, is ideally located between Nice and Monaco in the beautiful port of St Jean Cap Ferrat

 

We offer half day, full day and sunset boat tours, come and join us for truly amazing time.

Riviera Boat Tours Half Day

Typical half day tour


Start in the port of St Jean Cap Ferrat and take a three hour tour around the area. A typical Tour takes you around the coast to swimming spots of Eze Beach, famous for stunning turquoise water and a few celebrity houses. From there we will motor around Le Cap Estel where there are some great spots to snorkel or swim right near the exclusive Cap Estel Hotel. Then we'll continue around to the cove of Mala beach with high cliffs and small Grottos to explore. Depending on your wishes and time, we may take a boat tour around to the famous port of Monaco, seeing the amazing super yachts of the super rich and famous before heading back to cap Ferrat where you can swim in some secluded spots. A typical Tour takes you around the coast to swimming spots of Eze Beach, famous for stunning turquoise water and a few celebrity houses. From there we will motor around Le Cap Estel where there are some great spots to snorkel or swim right near the exclusive Cap Estel Hotel. Then we'll continue around to the cove of Mala beach with high cliffs and small grottos to explore. Depending on your wishes and time, we may take a boat tour around to the famous port of Monaco, seeing the amazing super yachts of the super rich and famous before heading back to cap Ferrat where you can swim in some secluded spots.




Half Day Tour prices


Prices vary depending on the season 1st April-15th June Half day tour €230 15th June-7th September half day tour €290 From 7th September Half day tour €230




What's Included?


  • Ice box and ice, soft drinks and a bottle of wine
  • Snorkelling equipment
  • Life jackets, if required, for Adults and Children
  • Swimming floats
  • Two fishing rods




What to bring


  • Towel
  • Suncream
  • Sunhat
  • Sunglasses
  • Swimsuit
  • Jacket or jumper




Where and when to meet


All tours meet in Saint Jean Cap Ferrat Port unless agreed otherwise. Morning tour leaves port 10am Afternoon tour leaves port at 2pm





Riviera Boat Tours Full Day

Typical full day tour


A typical Tour starts in St Jean Cap Ferrat and takes you around the coast to swimming spots of Eze Beach, famous for stunning blue water and a few celebrity houses. From there we motor around Le Cap Estel where there is some great spots to snorkel or swim right near the exclusive Cap Estel Hotel. Then we continue around to the Cove of Mala beach with high cliffs and small Grottos to explore. Depending on your wishes, we may take a boat tour around to the famous port of Monaco, seeing the amazing super yachts of the super rich and famous before heading back to cap Ferrat. From Cap ferrat we will follow the cap around into the bay of Villefranche, here there are a some stunning rocky coves where you can sunbathe, swim or snorkel - its up to you! Villefranche is a small fishing village with some lovely restaurants on the waters edge: an ideal place to stop have a late lunch and soak in the atmosphere. After lunch we can anchor up near one of many beautiful beaches where you can sit back, relax or take a final swim before heading back to the port of St jean.




Full Day Tour prices


Prices vary depending on the season 1st April-15th June Full day Tour €380 15th June-7th September Full day Tour €495 From 7th September Full day tour €380




What's Included?


  • Ice box and ice, soft drinks and a bottle of wine
  • Snorkelling equipment
  • Life jackets, if required, for Adults and Children
  • Swimming floats
  • Two fishing rods




What to bring


  • Towel
  • Suncream
  • Sunhat
  • Sunglasses
  • Swimsuit
  • Jacket or jumper





Riviera Boat Tours Sunset Tour

Why is marriage so important to you?


When I was a child, my parents ended their relationship with each other. Their relationship had been quite unstable for a long time, but the speed at which things deteriorated to the end terrified me; and the impact of this loss of a "family" of the type that those around me seemed to have had a severe and lasting impact on me and my world-view. Eversince, I have craved stability and safety in the relationships I have with those around me. I have managed to cultivate long-lasting friendships - which I am immensely grateful for and unbelievably proud of (mainly proud of them for putting up with me even when I find myself unbearable!), and my ties to my family have evolved to be strong in their own (if untraditional) way. One thing has always filled me with dread though; the idea that when I find someone that I want to raise children with one day, that relationship might not be stable enough. I understand that marriage is not some magic super-glue that fixes problems and binds you together. I know that really, it is the work that goes into a marriage, and the way that you build your relationship and communicate with each other - that is what ties people to one another. However, the idea that both parties would believe that the other is worthy of a life-long commitment, and the idea that two people would promise this to each other in front of all of their family and friends - that has always entranced and attracted me. When you come from a family as fragmented as mine (we stretch out across the world), the idea that marriage represents not only the unity of two individuals, but the unity of families and communities - it seems utterly delicious.




Why has your partner asked you to run a marathon?


I have struggled with depression and anxiety for a really long time. My partner, after battling his own problems, turned to running and found that it enabled him to not only cope with his demons, but trample them into the ground, and thrive. He's been trying to convince me to come running with him the entire seven years that we've been together. About two years into the relationship, I joined him on a run, but was heckled by a group of blokes. My partner was ahead of me, and didn't hear, and I felt both completely alone and unsafe. As someone who already had major hang-ups about my fitness and body-image, it put me off running in public completely. In 2018, my brilliant and inspiring sister ran a marathon. My mum and I shot accross London with codine, water, and jelly babies, and the atmosphere was incredible - I was completely inspired. As she ran, I tried to join her for approximately ten seconds, and despite her being on her 18th mile - I just could not keep up. I became increasingly despairing about my fitness level and my "inability" to run; but secretly, I told my partner, I wished I could do one. For the same length of time that he had been nagging me to go running, I had been equally vocal about the idea of marriage - and at the start, so was he. But after four years together, it emerged that he wanted to not get married with the same intensity that I did. I had to make a decision. Stay in a long-term, loving, stable relationship with the person I loved most in the world, or leave him for someone who wanted to get married. Obviously, the idea of forcing someone to do something that they simply did not want to do - for all my joking and nagging - was not something I was willing to bully him into. So I began to accept that the stability and the love that we had for each other was more important than marriage. I continued to joke, constantly, about how silly he was for not realising what an incredible wife I would make. I'd ask him " but if I won a million pounds would you marry me? You'd get half!" or " but if literally everyone you knew got married, would you marry me?" or " but if we are together for 50 years, would you marry me". His responses varied from " I love you, and want to be with you forever, I want to raise kids with you and grow old with you, I just hate the idea of marriage" to " I would literally rather die than get married". Some were serious conversations, some were silly ones, but the result stayed the same. We were going to love each other, but we would not get married. Then, six months ago, after my sister's marathon and some beers with some friends, he turned to me and said: "If you ran a marathon, I'd marry you." I had assumed that it was a joke, but six months later, after many more conversations, he is still saying that he will honour his word. So I bought some running shoes, and found a gym I feel safe in, and started this blog.





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Sunset boat tour 290 Euros