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AMC CAPE GRACE Sorties en mer en maxi-catamran et privatisation

AMC CAPE GRACE

Le plus bel endroit sur terre, c'est en mer.

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SORTIES EN maxi-catamarans

Au départ de Saint-Raphaël, Hyères & Nice

Au départ des ports de Saint-Raphaël, de Hyères et de Nice, évadez-vous le temps d’une sortie en mer  à bord d'un de nos  maxi-catamarans et prenez le large avec nous vers les plus beaux  endroits de la région Sud  !

AMC Cape Grace  vous propose des sorties en mer en catamaran collectives en saison, d'avril  à fin septembre, ainsi que des sorties en mer privatisées pour tous vos événements privés ou professionnels entre Marseille et Monaco.

Des moments d'exception à vivre en solo, en famille, entre amis ou entre collaborateurs !

NOS SORTIES EN MER AU DéPART DE SAINT-RAP HAëL

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Destination :

Esterel & Iles de Lérins de Cannes

9H30 - 17H30 

Inclus dans le tarif :

8 heures de balade en mer, 2 ou 3 pauses baignade, apéritif et repas servis à bord, open bar softs. 

140 € / pers

(tarifs réduits

pour les enfants)

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Les plus beaux sites du littoral 

9H30 - 12H30 

3h de balade en mer, visite guidée du littoral Raphaëlois, 1 pause baignade, apéritif servi à bord, open bar softs.

59 € / pers

po ur les enfants)

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Ile d'Or

19H30 - 21H30 

2 heures de balade en mer, 1 pause baignade, vue du coucher de soleil, apéritif servi à bord, open bar softs. 

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SORTIE   Dî NER + FEU D'ARTIFICE

Ile d'Or ou Baie d'Agay  

19H30 - 23H00 

3h30 de balade en mer, 1 pause baignade, apéritif, repas servis à bord, vue du  feu d'artifice, open bar softs. 

99 € / pers

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​ Destination :

Les 3 Caps (Camarat, Taillat, Lardier)

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Dramont, Ile d'Or, Baie d'Agay , Anthéor

14H00 - 18H00 

4 heures de balade en mer, 1 pause baignade, apéritif servi à bord, open bar softs. 

69 € / pers

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19H30 - 23H00

3h30 de balade en mer, 1 pause baignade,  coucher de soleil,   apéritif et repas servis à bord, open bar softs. 

95 € / pers

p our les enfants)

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Là où le vent nous mène

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Calanques de l'Esterel

11H00 - 17H00 

6 heures de balade en mer, 1 pause baignade, apéritif et brunch servis à bord, open bar softs. 

110 € / pers

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Baie de Saint-Raphaël

22H00-23H00 

1 heure de balade en mer, apéritif servi à bord,  vue du feu d'artifice, open bar softs. 

30 € / pers

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Fort de Brégançon &  Porquerolles

9H00 - 17H00 

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Littoral  Hyérois au gré du vent

6 heures de balade en mer, 1 pause baignade, apéritif et brunch servi à bord, open bar softs. 

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Fort de  Brégançon ou Porquerolles

3h30 de balade en mer, 1 pause baignade, apéritif et repas servis à bord, open bar softs. 

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Les plus beaux sites du littoral hyérois

9H00 - 12H00 

3   heures de balade en mer, visite guidée du littoral hyérois,  pause baignade, apéritif, open bar softs.

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Littoral hyérois

17H30 - 19H00 

1 heure 30 de balade en mer

avec apéritif servi à bord et open bar softs. 

35 € / pers

Soirée dîner feu d'artifice en mer

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Presqu'île de Giens

3h30 de balade en mer, pause baignade, apéritif, repas servis à bord, feu d'artifice, open bar softs. 

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4 heures de balade en mer, 1 pause baignade, apéritif servi à bord,

open bar softs. 

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Les îles de Lérins de Cannes

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SORTIE          new DEMI-journée

Villefranche-sur-mer, Cap Ferrat

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Donnez de l’ampleur à vos évènements privés et professionnels en privatisant nos maxi-catamarans le temps d’une journée, d’une demi-journée ou d’une soirée en mer à destination des plus beaux endroits du littoral méditerranéen. de marseille à monaco, embarquez vos convives dans l'expérience unique amc cape grace .

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A QUAI OU EN CROISIERE Vivez une expérience unique dans un cadre d’exception : la mer …  de quoi créer des souvenirs inoubliables !

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DES NAVIRES PREMIUM 5 maxi-catamarans premium et “Made in France” équipés pour une organisation optimale de tous vos événements privés ou professionnels.

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UNE EQUIPE  PROFESSIONNELLE 20 personnels navigants qualifiés sous pavillon français.

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ANIMATIONS A BORD Sur demande, une large proposition de prestataires (activités, animations) et équipements (vidéoprojecteur, micro, écran TV … ).

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Book your next yacht charter in antibes with arthaud yachting, yacht charter in antibes to discover the french riviera.

Founded almost 15 years ago in Antibes by a family that is internationally renowned in the world of yachting, Arthaud Yachting and its new team remain deeply attached to the waters of the Cap d’Antibes area. Specialists in the organisation of nautical events, our agency offers much more than simple yacht charters in Antibes and guarantees you peace of mind for your business seminars and holidays.

Now based in Cannes, our agency welcomes you for your personal and professional projects for yacht charters in Antibes , but also for the entire French Riviera and Corsica. Available 7/7, our expert staff are recognised for their attention to detail and the quality of their chartering services. Pioneers in the organisation of team-building seminars in the Alpes Maritimes region, Arthaud Yachting has recruited and diversified to offer you a wide range of services: organisation of incentive cruises on maxi-catamarans, team-building regattas , water-taxi and speedboat transport, and sea or quayside yacht charters.

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A member of the highly select Mediterranean Yacht Brokerage Association and thanks to an important international network, our agency offers you a wide range of yachts for charter in Antibes . Recognised by our peers, our clients’ enthusiastic testimonials for their yacht charter experience are reflected in our news feeds and guest book. With over 4,000 passengers embarked this year on over 150 projects, Arthaud Yachting welcomes you for all your nautical desires: family cruises, anniversaries, weddings, business seminars, professional events, cocktails, product launches, etc.

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Hi Caroline,

Thank you, we had a fantastic experience at sea with Winner and all my guests where very impressed with the arrangements. Yann and Joanna where professional, helpful and a nice crew. The boat really was perfect for our occasion!

Thanks again!

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I highly recommend Arthaud Yachting – great selection of yachts, great service, always fast in response. Special thanks to Jeff and Hugo for doing an amazing job!

Best broker in South of France ! Highly recommended

A very professional team in the organization and realization of events. Very successful. To recommend.

Amazing service ! Hugo fully understood our needs for our cruise, and everything was well executed !! Everything was perfect to the small of details ! we will be back next year ! Thank you

A wonderful cruising experience in the bay of Cannes for my US guests. Arthaud Yachting provided an exclusive MY and delivered excellent services during the day, making sure everything was ok. Thanks a million to the lovely & caring crew and its captain for making this day such a good experience!

A fantastic vacation with a crew just as fantastic ! The Executive Committee thanks you for the excellent service provided during this cruise.

If service were an art, Arthaud Yachting would be the artist. These guys are not only swift with their responses, friendly and professional, they go above and beyond the call of duty to meet your needs. […] And they were very competitively priced. […] You need not hesitate to book with Arthaud Yachting; you won’t be anything other than 100 per cent satisfied. I will certainly look for a reason to use them again – they will have my business for many years to come. Thank you Arthaud Yachting!

Once again the best service from Arthaud Yachting for the Summer of 2018. We booked several charters with them this summer and each one was managed perfectly. They provide an excellent professional service and go above and beyond the rest ! I honestly couldn’t rate them highly enough and wouldn’t think of using any other company. Thanks Hugo and see you next year !!

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Flexibility, your next destination: a yacht charter on the french riviera.

Do you want to get away from it all? A few miles out of the port of Antibes, discover the magnificent beaches of the bay of Salis from the upper deck of your chartered yacht , call in to Keller beach before continuing your cruise to Cannes, Saint Tropez or Monaco.

Our yacht charters in Antibes  will meet all your requirements: spacious cabins, sundecks, saloons, spas, cinema room, helipad, and water sports, including jet skiing, wake boarding, water skiing, tubing, scuba diving, snorkelling, seabobbing, sailing, etc.

Antibes: a city of arts awarded the France Station Nautique label

Antibes is the second largest city of the department, mid-way between Nice  and Cannes. Decidedly turned towards the sea, Antibes has been awarded the France Station Nautique label thanks to its choice of investment and infrastructures distributed over 30 sq km. The famous Cap d’Antibes is a lush mixture of preserved rocky coastline and majestic properties that match the no less gleaming fleet of mega-yachts moored at the billionaires’ wharf.

Just a few steps from the historic city centre, Port Vauban in Antibes Juan les Pins offers its users many services. Inhabited by a cosmopolitan community of English-speaking sailors, this tourist district is also appreciated for its warm and friendly atmosphere, adding a colourful touch of life to its centuries-old stones.

Even though Antibes has enjoyed fine technological, industrial and commercial growth, it is also a City of Arts thanks to the organisation of numerous events, such as the Jazz à Juan Festival, Les Voiles d’Antibes  regatta for classic yachts, or the Art Fair antiques fair, in addition to a number of museums, including the Picasso Museum and Fort Carré.

Juan les Pins & Cap d’Antibes – between youth and tradition

Cap d’Antibes is a special place where sumptuous villas are surrounded by lush gardens. This heritage is unique in the world, notably with the famous Villa Eilenroc, the luxury Eden Roc hotel or the Thuret garden that you will discover during a yacht charter at sea, not to mention the unique white sands of the region. In July, fold away your towel and walk to the La Pinède Gould open-air stage for the Jazz à Juan and Riviera Rock festivals that draw several thousands of music lovers every year to listen to major international stars. Since the early days of the festival, which saw the beginnings of Ray Charles and the live recordings of Ella Fitzgerald, the mythical stage of Juan les Pins has welcomed Pink Floyd, Tom Jones, Charlie Winston, Kool and the Gang, Norah Jones, and many more.

For a change of scene, Juan les Pins is also known for its nightlife and young holidaymakers. After a day at sea aboard your chartered yacht , you will find a wealth of establishments of all types so that everyone can enjoy the party until the wee small hours: trendy bars, Michelin-starred restaurants, casinos, nightclubs, etc.

Rent a yacht in the South of France in Antibes

Our experienced crews provide first-class service aboard our yachts. Multilingual and always available, the captains, sailors, hostesses and chefs are rigorously selected to provide impeccable service worthy of the finest hotel establishments. Sail where you please and unwind far from the constraints of your daily life for a relaxing stay aboard your chartered yacht in Antibes .

Even though the billionaires’ wharf hosts almost fifty ultra-modern mega motor yachts year round, the port of Antibes kicks off its yachting season with the marvellous Voiles d’Antibes regatta from the beginning of June. Nearly seventy classic sailing boats between 10 and 50 metres in length meet for the opening of the prestigious regatta circuit of Italian watchmaker ‘Officine Panerai’. An elegant challenge for these venerable varnished sailing boats with wooden blocks and canvas sails during which the sailors use ancestral techniques that combine muscle power and team coordination to reach the highest step of the podium. Your yacht charter in Antibes can thus also include sailing and regattas. Arthaud Yachting’s staff have always been keen racers and are particularly devoted to these vessels of yesteryear that are still very much part of today’s heritage.

Whether you want to charter a motor yacht in Antibes to follow these regattas as a VIP or participate directly on a classic yacht to experience the excitement first hand in the heart of the action during Voiles d’Antibes, our team will select the best boats to make your yacht charter in Antibes an exceptional moment.

So, cast off and charter your yacht in Antibes with Arthaud Yachting!

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Browse a unique selection of Antibes Catamaran Yacht Charter and embark on the most exclusive luxury retreat. The tranquillity of cruising, coupled with the warm crew’s services, gourmet cuisine, and tailored itineraries, encapsulates the essence of opulence that Antibes is renowned for, creating unforgettable memories on the gentle Antibes tides.

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An enticing cocktail of ancient and modern delights

Fragrant, flower-filled cobblestone streets sprawl out from the bustling central market place whilst enviable walled mansions are hidden amid dense pines, no wonder Picasso once called Antibes his home. Remaining one of the most enchanting and romantic old towns on the Côte d’Azur, its medieval towers, pastel hued houses and glorious beaches paint a captivating picture on the Mediterranean coastline.

Nestled desirably between Cannes and Nice, Cap d’ Antibes offers a unique charm amongst the glittering hot spots of France , featuring many colourful markets and chic boutiques. The heady combination of ancient Antibes with its Greek origins and 16th century ramparts scalloping in and out over the waves, sat beside the art deco elegance and unabashed glamour of beach-lined Juan-les-Pins form a fascinating yacht charter vacation.

Renowned amongst the yacht set for its marina, Port Vauban, the flow of boats attracted to the picturesque coastline adds to Antibes international atmosphere. Acting as a gateway to the Côte d’Azur , the Port is the largest in Europe and accommodates vessels over 50m, boasting over 2,000 moorings. Filled with a spectacular showing of the world’s most magnificent superyachts, it has emerged as a hot spot for Mediterranean yacht charters .

Boasting a reputation for the best beaches along the South of France , from the quiet and charming pebble beach La Fontonne to the delightfully pretty Garoupe Beach, Cap d’Antibes tranquil beauty is exclusively protected. The larger beaches of Juan les Pins are more built up with modern resorts, casinos, restaurants and buzzing nightlife.

Stroll through the stone bastions of the town and discover the evocative Picasso museum that occupies the former Chateau Grimaldi where the artist lived briefly in 1946. From here you can wander through the maze of narrow streets to the Cours Masséna market, where delicious local produce such as olives, cheese, tapenade and the wonderful charcuterie brought in by Corsican traders can be found.

Once the stallholders have packed up, the restaurants lining the market spread out their tables and evenings are filled with live music and plenty of revelry. For a surreal aperitif, head to the Bar Absinthe with its vintage poster-lined ceilings and its cave-like interior evoking the atmosphere of a 20th-century drinking den.

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Is Antibes Worth Visiting? 10 Reasons Why It’s a Yes from Us

  • Isabelle Hoyne
  • February 15, 2024

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After spending two unforgettable weeks in this charming Riviera town, I answer the question: ‘Is Antibes worth visiting?’ Dive into my comprehensive guide to discover Antibes’ historical charm, artistic soul, authentic local feel, stunning beaches and breathtaking scenery that will make you fall in love with this French gem.

Nestled between Nice and Cannes, Antibes is the unsung gem of the French Riviera. Far from the touristy bustle, it has a charm all its own that, for two weeks, I was lucky enough to call home.

This ancient town, steeped in history, resonates with the spirit of the Riviera, from its charming old town to its pristine sandy beaches and the splendour of its yachts glinting under the Mediterranean sun.

But beyond the glitz and glamour that characterises much of the Côte d’Azur, Antibes boasts an authentic local feel, making it a breath of fresh air for travellers like me seeking to soak in the authentic French lifestyle.

And so arises the question: “Is Antibes worth visiting?”

From my time spent there, I’ve gathered a wealth of insights and things to do in Antibes which I will share over the course of this blog post. I’ve included ten reasons as to why you should visit Antibes , exploring its history, culture, natural beauty and local charm.

By the end of this post, you’ll have a pretty solid idea as to whether these things sound like a slice of heaven to you, and if, for your own travels, Antibes is worth visiting. 

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Wandering through the labyrinthine streets of Antibes’ Old Town is like stepping back in time. The sun-dappled lanes, vibrant flowers and quaint details, like the intricate carving of a palomino horse’s head over a doorway, create a charming atmosphere that I particularly enjoyed during my own stay.

These idyllic scenes offer an authentic Provençal small-town experience, making Antibes a must-visit for those seeking the true essence of the French Riviera.

From the historical landmarks like the Church of the Immaculate Conception to the bustling Marché Provençal, the Old Town is a treasure trove for history buffs and culture vultures.

Not to forget the Picasso Museum, dealt with in more detail in the next section, a gem for art lovers housed in the very building where the artist once had a studio.

On the outskirts of town, Fort Carré looms impressively, its star-shaped silhouette a testament to the meticulous architecture of the Renaissance era. Ascending to the fort’s 43-metre-high rampart was one of my personal highlights, offering breathtaking panoramic views over the azure expanse of the Côte d’Azur.

On a clear day, the distant snow-tipped peaks of Mercantour add a dramatic backdrop. These vistas alone make Antibes worth visiting for any traveller who appreciates natural beauty and majestic landscapes.

Artistic Soul of Antibes: Picasso Museum and Other Art Attractions

Within the heart of Antibes’ Old Town, the Picasso Museum pulses with artistic life. Having spent countless hours within its historic walls, I can attest to the creative energy that permeates the museum.

Housing an extensive collection of Picasso’s works, which he created during his stay in 1946, the museum is a pilgrimage site for art enthusiasts.

Vibrant ceramics and enchanting paintings, including ‘La Joie de Vivre’, are testament to Picasso’s love for Antibes, making the museum an essential visit to fully appreciate the town’s artistic heritage.

Beyond the Picasso Museum, Antibes is a culture lover’s dream. The Archaeology Museum, for instance, offers a fascinating exploration into the region’s ancient past, from Roman artefacts to remnants of shipwrecks.

This captivating journey through time complements the contemporary art scene and further underscores Antibes’ cultural depth.

In essence, Antibes is more than just a beautiful town on the French Riviera – it’s an artistic hub and a historical treasure chest. The town’s rich cultural offerings are sure to appeal to art lovers and history buffs alike, making Antibes a compelling destination on any Riviera travel itinerary.

Scenic Splendour: The Stunning Setting of Antibes

During my two weeks in Antibes, I was continually captivated by the town’s picturesque setting. With terracotta rooftops cascading towards the pristine coastline and vibrant bougainvillea punctuating the town with bursts of colour, Antibes is a scenic wonder.

The Promenade Amiral de Grasse became my favourite spot for soaking in these views. This idyllic walkway, with panoramic vistas of the azure sea and the charming Old Town, offers an ever-changing spectacle.

Whether for a morning jog, an afternoon stroll or a sunset walk, this promenade provides the perfect stage to fully appreciate the town’s breathtaking beauty.

Nestled between the sparkling Mediterranean and the rolling Provençal hills, Antibes offers an enchanting mix of old-world charm and stunning Côte d’Azur splendour. The town’s location, with sweeping sea views on one side and mountain vistas on the other, makes it a unique destination.

In summary, Antibes’ setting is a spectacle in itself, complementing the town’s rich cultural and historical elements. This mix of scenic beauty and authentic charm makes Antibes a must-visit for anyone seeking a quintessential Riviera experience.

The Authentic Riviera: Antibes’ Local Feel

In the glitz and glamour of the Riviera, Antibes shines with an authenticity that’s distinct. Throughout my two-week stay, I was continually struck by the town’s harmonious blend of local life and tourism.

Yes, Antibes attracts visitors, yet the tourists seem to melt into the local scene a little bit more rather than dominate it altogether, when compared to other French Riviera destinations.

The town exudes a less pretentious atmosphere, allowing for genuine interactions with friendly locals in restaurants, cafes and shops.

Antibes retains its traditional French lifestyle amidst the allure of the Riviera.

The scent of freshly baked baguettes from traditional bakeries, the buzz of the Marché Provençal teeming with local produce and the feeling that you’re participating in the French vacation season, rather than taking it over, all contribute to a truly authentic experience.

In many ways, Antibes’ allure lies in its balance. It offers all the Riviera glamour without losing its soul or becoming a tourist caricature.

This authenticity, intertwined with the town’s charm, distinguishes Antibes and makes it an appealing destination for those seeking a more genuine, less pretentious Riviera experience.

The Palate of the Riviera: Marché Provençal and Local Cuisine

A focal point set just back from the seafront, the Marché Provençal is a wonderful attraction in Antibes. This vibrant market springs to life each morning (except Mondays in off-peak seasons) as an explosion of colours, scents and flavours under the sheltered Cours Masséna.

It’s a delightful feast of regional specialties, from mountain cheeses to an array of spices, and even a vivid selection of flowers.

As the day drifts into afternoon, the market metamorphosises into a lively outdoor dining scene. Local restaurants spill out under the shelter, their tables bustling with laughter, the clinking of glasses and the waft of mouth-watering food.

Antibes’ gastronomy scene, I found, is wonderfully diverse. For food connoisseurs, restaurants like L’Arazur and La Taille de Guêpe offer exquisite, elegantly plated dishes that capture French culinary sophistication. However, bookings are essential, speaking to their popularity.

If a casual ambience is more to your liking, Antibes is not short of delightful bistros and cafes. Le Café Brun was a particular favourite of mine, serving excellent food and cocktails amidst a relaxed atmosphere.

For an Italian twist, La Trattoria comes highly recommended from this hungry diner! This gem, slightly off the beaten path, serves Italian classics that would give many in Italy a run for their money.

Ultimately, whether it’s a lazy brunch at a local café or a sophisticated dinner at a gourmet restaurant, Antibes offers a culinary experience that adds to its charm, making it an ‘add-to-the-list’ for foodies and those seeking to savour the authentic palate of the Riviera.

Natural Beauty: Exploring Cap d’Antibes

With its alluring blend of natural and architectural marvels, Cap d’Antibes quickly became one of my favourite spots. The lush landscape, peppered with lavish villas, frames a captivating tableau of the shimmering Mediterranean Sea.

Whether it’s a leisurely stroll, an invigorating jog, or a picturesque picnic, the offerings of Cap d’Antibes cater to every visitor seeking the outdoors. One of the must-try activities is walking along the Sentier du Littoral , a coastal path that weaves around the cape.

This trail showcases the spectacular ‘Bay of Billionaires’, a spectacle of opulence where magnificent villas peek from the verdant vegetation, each narrating its own tale of the Riviera’s glamorous past and present.

High above, like a vigilant sentinel, the Garoupe Lighthouse commands the landscape. Steeped in history, this towering beacon guides seafarers just as it has done for centuries. A hike to the top rewards you with panoramic vistas that underscore the reason for Antibes’ allure.

For those seeking a blend of natural beauty, historical intrigue, and a touch of luxury, Antibes presents an irresistible invitation. The idyllic settings of Cap d’Antibes and the commanding presence of Garoupe Lighthouse underscore why this gem of the Riviera is truly worth a visit.

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The Riviera’s Finest: Beaches of Antibes

Antibes’ beaches, a delightful ensemble of public expanses and plush private sands, make it a sun-seeker’s paradise. Unwind on the golden sand at Plage de la Salis with its sweeping views of the old city and Alps or discover tranquillity at Plage des Ondes, a secluded spot on the Cap d’Antibes’ western side.

For adventure enthusiasts, water sports abound. At Plage de la Gravette, a popular spot close to town, dive into snorkelling and paddleboarding, while the backdrop of Antibes’ age-old ramparts add to the charm.

For an indulgent day, opt for private beach clubs. Plage Keller and Plage Joseph on Boulevard James Wyllie offer sunbeds, superb service, and Mediterranean gastronomy.

Likewise, Juan-les-Pins, a lively counterpart to Antibes’ quaintness, hosts numerous beach clubs. Plage Belles Rives , an epitome of 1920s glamour, or the trendy Yolo Plage, offer experiences that blend relaxation and revelry.

These beach experiences, from local and low-key to luxury, make Antibes a perfect Riviera destination. The town’s unique blend of authenticity and allure ensures every beach-goer, from the quiet sunbather to the avid water sports enthusiast, finds their place under Antibes’ radiant sun.

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Luxury on Display: Yacht-Spotting and Port Vauban

Strolling around Antibes, the allure of luxury (although oft-times understated) is undeniable, never more so than when yacht-spotting at Port Vauban. As the largest marina in the Mediterranean, it commands attention, serving as an impressive testament to the grandeur of seafaring luxury.

From small boats to 100-metre mega-yachts, the port is a treasure trove of nautical magnificence. The pièce de résistance? The Billionaires Quay and Quai Camille Rayon, where an array of super-yachts, the floating palaces of the elite, jostle for your attention.

This marina isn’t merely a spectacle of wealth and grandeur, but also a testament to human engineering. As someone who never had an inkling of interest in boats, I came to really appreciate them after a few days of gawping.

The excitement of trying to spot the secluded super-yachts behind the high wall and barrier, too, is all part of the Antibes’ experience.

The historic town and lush Alpes-Maritimes frame this nautical theatre, enhancing the visual treat. As the sun dips and paints the sky with a golden hue, the harbour lights shimmer across the water. Whether you’re a yacht enthusiast or a lover of luxury, Antibes’ Port Vauban definitely carries its own allure.

Festive Spirit: Music and Festivals

Every summer, a festive spirit descends upon Antibes, echoing through its winding lanes. The centrepiece? The Jazz à Juan festival. Here in July, one finds jazz enthusiasts and curious onlookers drawn to a vibrant spectacle nestled between the town and the Mediterranean.

This isn’t just a festival, it’s a historic event. Born in the ’60s, Jazz à Juan is Europe’s oldest jazz festival, a stage that’s welcomed the likes of Ella Fitzgerald and Miles Davis.

Located in Pine Grove Gould, performances fill the open-air theatre with soulful tunes, while impromptu street shows spring to life in the town’s cosy corners, making every turn an auditory surprise.

The festival crescendos at sunset, as the day’s last light gives way to the rhythm of swaying bodies and intoxicating beats.

So, whether you’re a die-hard jazz fan or a casual listener, Jazz à Juan offers an enjoyable occasion, presenting a week of performances that span from traditional jazz to blues and fusion genres. For those seeking a unique cultural experience, this rhythm of Antibes is not to be missed.

The Perfect Base: Day Trips from Antibes

Antibes is not only charming in itself but it also stands as a strategic outpost to the Riviera’s myriad treasures.

Kick-start your day with breakfast in Antibes, then zip off on a 30-minute train journey to Nice. Here, let the vibrant colours of the Cours Saleya Flower Market enchant you.

Amble through the labyrinthine Old Town, or ‘Vieux Nice’, and later, stroll the famed Promenade des Anglais for an aperitif as you watch the world pass by.

For film aficionados, Cannes, with its iconic La Croisette boulevard and Palais des Festivals, is a mere 15-minute train ride away. Fancy something more serene? Pay a visit to Villefranche-sur-Mer. Nestled between Nice and Monaco, this tranquil gem offers an idyllic respite.

Alternatively, art lovers can make for Saint-Paul de Vence. Explore its myriad art galleries and enjoy a Provencal lunch in this picturesque hilltop village.

With each destination offering a distinct slice of Riviera life, Antibes’ prime location caters to all, making it an ideal base for explorative travellers.

In the spirited swirl of the French Riviera, Antibes paints a vivid picture. From the allure of its historical charm in the old town, to the serenity of its public beaches and the exclusivity of its beach clubs; Antibes offers a delightful blend of the local and the luxurious.

Whether you’re basking under the Mediterranean sun on Cap d’Antibes, exploring the heights of Garoupe Lighthouse, or indulging in the thrill of yacht-spotting at Port Vauban, Antibes truly is an amalgamation of experiences.

Its music and cultural scene, best encapsulated by the legendary Jazz à Juan Festival, add another dimension to its appeal. And its prime location, a launchpad for day trips around the captivating Côte d’Azur, simply makes Antibes an irresistible destination.

So, is Antibes worth visiting?

Absolutely, in my opinion!

Whether you’re a cultural traveller seeking more than a mere sun lounger holiday, or a sun worshipper in search of the perfect beach, Antibes caters to all.

Its historical charms and vibrant festival scene provide plenty to intrigue those with itchy feet, while its golden beaches are a delight in their own right, luring sun-seekers from afar. And yet, amidst the activities and explorations, Antibes retains a relaxed pace, a comforting rhythm that sings the perfect holiday tune.

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Review: Minnesota Yacht Club festival ends in rowdy, dopey style with Chili Peppers

A fter a rather meaningful and mellower start on Friday , the Minnesota Yacht Club festival turned more dopey, sweaty, goofy, brawny and wild on Saturday.

For better or worse, Twin Cities music lovers finally got a taste of what major rock festivals are all about.

The highly anticipated, nationally touted inaugural festival continued Saturday on St. Paul's Harriet Island Park with a lineup led by the maybe ultimate '90s party band, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who played the same site in 1992 on the second Lollapalooza tour with their famous bassist dressed solely in a diaper.

Flea and his bandmates have cleaned up since then but haven't grown up much. Their rowdy, back-slappy, semi-tawdry spirit seemed to waft through Saturday's festival like the semi-legalized marijuana smoke that was prominent throughout the 10-hour day.

There was way more weed, bouncing beach balls, backward ball caps and mosh pits on Saturday for performers, including the Offspring, Gary Clark Jr., the Hold Steady and Soul Asylum — quite a contrast to Friday's more sophisticated (and less virile) lineup with Alanis Morissette, Gwen Stefani and Joan Jett. There were about a thousand more people, too, as attendance topped out at 35,000.

It really was a tale of two festivals over the two days. The Yacht Club vibe was so festive and kooky on Saturday, even the Offspring came off like a halfway decent band. Yes, two long days in the sun can really mess with people's heads.

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The Minnesotans sure were smart-alecky. "I arrived to the gig in my yacht," Soul Asylum frontman Dave Pirner said near the start of his band's midafternoon set on the main stage. Lots more yachting quips followed. And then there was Hippo Campus singer Jake Luppen's hello to the crowd: "Thank you for coming. We're the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Both bands got down to serious business when they weren't talking between songs, though, each blending in new songs from albums out this fall alongside older radio hits. Soul Asylum also dropped in a few deeper-cut oldies for the hometown fans alongside "Runaway Train," including "Little Too Clean" and "Bittersweetheart." Hippo Campus had many fans twice the age of its typical crowd singing and clapping along to its most buoyant tunes, including "Way It Goes" and "South."

St. Paul finally got its due from two of the bands. Hippo Campus guitarist Nathan Stocker got on the mic to express their gratitude for the city and specifically the St. Paul Conservatory for the Performing Arts, which he and his bandmates attended and could see from the stage.

The Hold Steady's Edina-reared bandleader Craig Finn could also see the source of many of his songs from the second stage: the Mississippi River. He sang about it in "Stevie Nix" and then paid homage to the smaller Twin City in his still-thrilling band's mellower jam, "We Can Get Together," which he introduced by saying, "Minneapolis is hard to rhyme with, so thank you St. Paul. You have it all."

Finn also had fun with the festival's nautical theme, which tied into his wardrobe choice for the day: a dapper, gentlemanly light-blue suit he bought for the Kentucky Derby: "I'd like to thank them for calling this the Minnesota Yacht Club so I could wear this suit again," he said.

The Chili Peppers' set wasn't the funkiest of the fest. New Orleans' funk and soul band Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue — something of an odd entry in the rock-heavy lineup — went over like a beignet goes with a hangover on the second stage in the afternoon heat. Their hyper-grooving set included fun originals blended with snippets of New Orleans classics like Ernie K-Doe's "Here Come the Girls" and even Green Day's "Brain Stew," all of which they seamlessly and tirelessly mixed together nonstop like a good DJ mixes on two turntables. The real show-stopping moment came when they jubilantly covered Prince's "Let's Go Crazy." Even with all the Minnesota acts on Saturday's bill, there was no better act to honor Minnesota's big chief.

Gary Clark Jr. went against the vibe. While he's put on many shows in town that would've delighted Saturday's crowd, the Texas blues-rocker instead filled the day's penultimate set with a lot of the hazier and more soulful, Curtis Mayfield-tinged tunes from his new record, "JPEG Raw." It was an impressive divergence but was somewhat lost on the crowd. At least until he launched into the older and heavier jam "Bright Lights," and things indeed brightened.

The Chili Peppers were mildly hot. Any fan who caught the Los Angeles rock vets' concert last year at U.S. Bank Stadium was probably overjoyed seeing them outside with excellent acoustics. However, they probably did not appreciate that this set list leaned more heavily on recent tunes, even while 2022′s slow-builder "Eddie" reiterated how great it is having John Frusciante back on guitar.

Appreciation for the improved setting and sound seemed to carry over on the band's end, too. Flea, the band's sometimes-aloof singer Anthony Kiedis and its St. Paul-born drummer Chad Smith good-naturedly and excitedly bounced their way through the 90-minute set and didn't waver as they began to check off some of their many hits later in the last half-hour, starting with "Californication" and then picking up steam with "By the Way" and "Give It Away."

"We're really happy that you're here, and we love to play music for you," Flea said as sweetly as could be at one point.

OK, maybe the dude has grown up. It certainly felt like the Twin Cities grew up as a concert market by the end of the Yacht Club on Saturday, when the festival appeared to run even more smoothly and impressively than Friday, despite a bigger and more ruffian crowd. Here's to next year's voyage.

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The Hold Steady's Craig Finn sported a Twins T-shirt and a Kentucky Derby-ready blue suit on stage at Saturday's Minnesota Yacht Club festival in St. Paul.

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Music and concerts, music and concerts | what to know if you’re headed to the minnesota yacht club festival, gwen stefani, alanis morissette and red hot chili peppers are headlining.

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For the first time in a dozen years, St. Paul’s Harriet Island Regional Park will host a major rock and pop music festival, dubbed the Minnesota Yacht Club Festival, on Friday and Saturday.

Headlined by Gwen Stefani, Alanis Morissette and Red Hot Chili Peppers, the festival (which despite its name has nothing to do with yacht rock) is promoted by C3 Presents, an Austin, Texas, company that’s also behind Austin City Limits Music Festival, Voodoo Music + Arts Experience and the modern-day Lollapalooza. C3 was the largest independent promoter in the world until Live Nation bought a controlling stake in the company in 2014.

Organizers expect to attract more than 30,000 concertgoers each day.

While the Irish Fair of Minnesota calls Harriet Island home each August, music festivals have had a rough go on the site. The original Lollapalooza (back when it was a traveling festival) landed on the site in 1991, 1992 and 1994, but flooding forced the fest to move to the late St. Paul Civic Center in 1993.

Live Nation attempted to establish a new annual event, the River’s Edge Music Festival, in 2012. Despite big-name headliners Tool and the Dave Matthews Band, the festival didn’t attract enough paying customers to convince the concert promoting giant to return for a second year.

Here’s what folks headed to the Minnesota Yacht Club Festival need to know:

As of Wednesday afternoon, tickets were still available at a number of price points, starting at $135 for one day general admission (or $255 for two days) all the way up to platinum tickets for $925 ($1,395 for two days), which include a number of perks including free food and drinks, front-of-stage viewing and access to an air-conditioned lounge. See minnesotayachtclubfestival.com for details.

Many of the general admission and general admission plus tickets are sold out, but there are verified resale tickets available, some at lower prices than face value.

Getting there

There are two entrances to the festival. The main entrance is at Harriet Island Boulevard and South Wabasha Street, while the west entrance is on West Water Street between Bidwell Street and Plato Boulevard.

There is no on-site parking at the festival, but its website lists numerous downtown St. Paul parking lots that are a 10- to 16-minute walk from the site. Several Metro Transit buses stop a half-mile from Harriet Island. The rideshare drop off is at 49 E. Fillmore Ave. The festival promises “ample bike parking” located near the two entrances.

What is allowed on site

Feel free to bring: Small clutch purses and fanny packs (6” x 9” or smaller) with no more than one pocket, all other bags must be clear and smaller than 12” x 6” x 12”, empty hydration packs and reusable water bottles, strollers, frisbees, binoculars, blankets, basic cameras (no detachable lenses or other accessories), sunscreen in non-aerosol containers (3.4 ounces or less), personal-sized hand sanitizer and factory sealed Naloxone/Narcan kits.

What isn’t allowed

Pretty much everything you would think, including outside food and beverage, coolers, aerosol containers, umbrellas, chairs, wagons, skateboards, drones, fireworks and illegal substances.

Concertgoers must wear securely fastened wristbands that are available at the box office. Wristbands can be activated online to add an emergency contact and to use for cashless transactions (with a pin number). Wristbands that are damaged, lost or stolen can be replaced by the original purchaser one time only for $20. Patrons can leave and reenter at will up until 7 p.m. each day.

There is a guest services tent that has earplugs and a lost and found. Free hydration stations are located throughout the site. Lockers are available to rent for $25 each day or $48.50 for both.

Who is playing

Gwen Stefani sings on stage flanked by two dancers.

Doors open at 12:30 p.m. There are two stages, with staggered performances that do not overlap.

Friday’s schedule includes: Gully Boys (1-2 p.m.), Harbor and Home (2-2:40 p.m.), Morgan Wade (2:40-3:40), Michigander (3:40-4:40), Joan Jett and the Blackhearts (4:40-5:40), Durry (5:40-6:40), Gwen Stefani (6:45-8), The Head and the Heart (8-9) and Alanis Morissette (9-10:30).

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Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a new interview he hopes to see the end of the “hot stage” of the ongoing war with Russia in 2024 — with help from the war-torn nation’s Western allies.

“I believe that if we are united and follow, for example, the format of the peace summit, we can end the hot stage of the war,” Zelensky told the BBC , adding “we can try to do it by the end of this year.”

Zelensky didn’t get into particulars regarding what that might entail, but said it would be a two-pronged approached.

Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky gestures as he speaks during a July 15 press conference.

“It doesn’t mean that all territories are won back by force,” he added. “I think the power of diplomacy can help. By putting pressure on Russia, I think it is possible to agree to a diplomatic settlement.”

Zelensky sat down with the BBC a day before his phone conversation with former President Donald Trump .

Trump assured Zelensky he would “bring peace to the world” and “end the war” if re-elected in November.

Separately, a gunman killed former Ukrainian lawmaker Iryna Farion in broad daylight on the street in the western city of Lviv on Friday.

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The 60-year-old far-right politician, described in some reports as “ controversial ,” survived the initial shooting, but later died at a nearby hospital.

She was perhaps best known for promoting the Ukrainian language, according to reports.

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Zelensky said it was too early to rule out Russian involvement in the assassination.

The gunman remains at large, and the investigation into the murder continues.

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Lastly, a new report revealed that failures by American and European officials to improve the munitions industry has swayed the continuing conflict in Russia’s favor.

Soldiers on the frontlines are fighting largely without 155 millimeter artillery shells, leaving Ukraine outgunned against its aggressors.

The NATO-standard shell can be used in a multitude of field guns.

The report traces the current munitions shortage all the way back to failures and missteps made in 2014, after Russia forcefully seized Crimea.

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Passing most of its life as a fishing port, Port Vauban of Antibes is today the largest yachting marina in Europe with 1700 berths ranging from 4.5m to 165m, and is logistically made up of two separate marinas, a professional fishing port and a shipyard.

There is also a small port at the base of the Cap d’Antibes called Port Salis, suited to small vessels, and the nearby ports of Juan les Pins, Port Crouton and Port Gallice, taking the total of Antibes-JLP berths to an enormous 2,800.

The IYCA (International Yacht Club of Antibes) Quay The privately-owned IYCA on Quai Camille Rayon , or ‘Millionaire’s Quay’, is probably the most famous of them all- for this is where the huge superyachts gather. On the IYCA, a 60-metre yacht s a minnow, dwarfed beside the palatial megayachts of Roman Abramovich, Paul Allen and the Saudi princes.

While there is a security guard posted at a boom gate on the IYCA to stop unauthorised vehicles, both tourists and visitors are welcome to walk along the IYCA, gawping at the huge shining yachts with their helicopters and swimming pools. And no, you can’t board ‘just for a look.’

If you do happen to have a spare €20 million+ to buy a berth lease, or fancy paying thousands a night to dock your 50metre+ superyacht, then you’ll be interested to know that the IYCA has plenty of room for the fuel trucks to dock, as well as waste services, electricity and water services and all the other things you’d expect from a luxury yacht marina. It also has a helicopter landing pad, that’s in case your yacht isn’t big enough for the helicopter to land straight onto its deck.

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However, with so many berths and a brilliant location, Port Vauban is indisputably a great place to berth your yacht, so book as early as possible. If you’re looking for a berth to buy or rent long-term, you can contact specialist berth companies such as Mooring Spot , while major yacht brokerages also list berths for sale.

If you’re just coming into Antibes on your yacht and are looking for somewhere to tie up for a night or two, contact the capitanerie (port headquarters) on VHF 09 to find out availability. The larger yachts will be based on either the Capitanerie Quay, the ‘Old Port’, or the Y Quay; the smaller vessels are mostly down towards the shipyard at the Fort Carre end of the port.

The professional fishing port is just near the archway leading towards the old port and IYCA and you’ll find a couple of small fishing charters and dive operators leaving from this area.

Port de la Salis The small fishing and leisure port of Port de la Salis is found at the end of the beaches at the base of the Cap d’Antibes. It has 220 berths for vessels up to 6m, as well as a little lift for haul outs.

Port Gallice Port Gallice is a modern marina and shipyard at Juan-les-Pins in the Antibes commune, accommodating yachts up to 45m in 525 berths. Well protected from winds, this marina has a travelift, a restaurant, shower and toilet facilities as well as waste, water and electricity services.

Port du Crouton Very close to Port Gallice, the small Port du Crouton caters to small vessels and local fishermen. There are moorings for 390 boats with a maximum length of 10 metres.

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Golfe Juan Nearby Golfe Juan in the direction of Cannes has two popular marinas: Port du Golfe Juan and Port Camille Rayon , which lie side by side. Port Camille Rayon has 833 berths for boats from 6 m to 75 m. Restaurants, bars and yachting suppliers line the docks of these busy ports.

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Diego Botin steers Spain to SailGP’s $2M championship against heavyweights Slingsby and Burling

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Spain’s Diego Botin stunned heavyweights Tom Slingsby of Australia and Peter Burling of New Zealand by brilliantly steering Los Gallos to victory in SailGP’s $2 million, winner-take-all Grand Final on San Francisco Bay on Sunday.

Botin’s thrilling victory in the dash across the tops of the waves for sailing’s biggest cash prize snapped Slingsby’s three-season run as champion of tech titan Larry Ellison’s global league and denied Burling a breakthrough victory.

Spain qualified for the Grand Final thanks to a mindboggling error by French skipper Quentin Delapierre and his crew in an earlier fleet race that knocked them out of the regatta.

Botin took full advantage of that gift and never let trans-Tasman Sea rivals Australia and New Zealand engage in an anticipated showdown between skippers with deep America’s Cup and Olympic pedigrees.

Botin hit the starting line first and led his more accomplished rivals all the way around the course in front of the Golden Gate Bridge aboard his foiling 50-foot catamaran with a red outline of a rooster on the wingsail.

“I cannot describe the feeling now,” Botin said before heading ashore for a Champagne shower with his crew. “It was an amazing race. We nailed the start and we managed to keep it up. We were lucky because we broke a rudder or something on the last downwind but we managed to stay in front.”

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The Australians had a technical issue as well as they were chasing down the Spanish but they didn’t recover. One of their foil boards didn’t lock into place and they buried their bows in the water.

“It was a normal tack, but somehow the board came off the lock,” Slingsby said. “We’ve done thousands of tacks this week and it hasn’t happened at all, then today it happened in the final $2 million dollar race. What do you do? It’s just unlucky.”

After dominating the day’s two fleet races, the Aussies seemed locked in.

“Honestly, the team sailed the best we’ve sailed, almost ever, today,” said Slingsby, an Olympic gold medalist who helped Oracle Team USA to an epic comeback victory in the America’s Cup on these same waters in 2013. “We had that mentality the whole race, even when we were behind, so I’m so proud of this team and the way they sailed. I’m honored to be part of it all.”

Botin noted that it was his country’s fourth big victory on Sunday. Spain won a record fourth European Championship in soccer, Carlos Alcaraz won his second straight Wimbledon men’s championship and Sergio Garcia won in LIV Golf.

“Beating the Kiwis and Aussies in the Grand Final here in San Francisco ... we’re over the moon,” Botin said. “It’s been a big grind and we’ve been through a lot in this league. Last season we were last in the scores, and look, this season we win. I think we have an amazing team. Let’s see if we can keep it together and keep the ball rolling.”

Slingsby won both fleet races Sunday to claim the San Francisco regatta that preceded the Grand Final.

Burling is a three-time Olympic medalist, including one gold, and as helmsman of Emirates Team New Zealand will pursue a third straight America’s Cup victory in the fall.

“We’re all feeling the pain at the moment, but we’re really proud of the way the team has gone about their business,” Burling said.

Late in the fourth fleet race of the San Francisco regatta, France approached the final turning mark on port and needed to keep clear of Denmark on starboard, but turned too close and made contact. The impact snapped a rudder and sent the catamaran up on its port hull, where it hung precipitously for a few heart-stopping seconds as the crew avoided a capsize.

Botin dashed ahead to finish in front of France in the 10-boat fleet. France was hit with an eight-point penalty and the damage kept it out of the fifth fleet race, opening the door for Spain’s big victory.

“Sometimes you prefer to stay at home, and today I think that was the case,” Delapierre said. “At the last tack I just didn’t see the Danish and we crashed with them. We didn’t finish the job and that’s really painful for everybody on board right now.”

Bernie Wilson has covered sailing for the AP since 1991.

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Review: stefani, morissette spark a 'hella good' start to minnesota yacht club festival.

Experience matters. Even in rock 'n' roll — and especially at rock 'n' roll festivals.

After eight months of cutesy marketing and ample media coverage, St. Paul's Minnesota Yacht Club festival finally set sail Friday on Harriet Island Regional Park and got off to a remarkably swift and smooth start for an inaugural music fest. Credit for its success should largely go to its seasoned crew.

The music lineup in the fest is heavily loaded with old pros, and that proved not to be a bad thing Friday. Opening day's feminist rock trifecta of Alanis Morissette, Gwen Stefani and Joan Jett & the Blackhearts all skillfully strutted their stuff and showed the kids how to get it done. Never mind that there were very few kids among the crowd of 34,000 fans.

As much as those venerable performers deserve props, though, so do the operators of Minnesota's first new major music fest in more than a decade.

The event was launched by C3 Presents, the Texas-founded company behind Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits and a couple dozen more festivals. These folks truly know the music fest business. About time Twin Cities fans benefitted from it.

Yacht Club's electronic wristbands and well-trained security staff made for smooth entrances. The stage production and sound were primo. The layout and flow between the two stages was well-organized. The music ran nearly nonstop and on time. And all the assorted VIP and "platinum" areas offered added comfort for those willing to pay at least a few hundred bucks more more than the relatively good-value $215-$255 general-admission two-day passes.

One noticeable snag: Food and drink lines got long as the crowd swelled in the late afternoon. Good thing many Minnesotans are too cheap to down $15 beers, or things could've been worse.

Seriously, though, the crowd on opening day was discernibly devoid of youth and almost exclusively middle-aged. MYC's lack of musical and generational diversity could be considered a shortcoming for what was billed as a hip, modern festival.

All those teens and college kids buying up throwback Chili Peppers and No Doubt T-shirts at Urban Outfitters and Kohl's are apparently more into cheap fashion ware than they are those bands' music, because none of them showed up to Yacht Club on opening day. If they had to move the festival to September for any reason, falling on a school day probably wouldn't hurt attendance much.

There's plenty to learn and apply to future years. In the meantime, here are some general takeaways from Friday's festival:

Women obviously ruled the day. It was a nostalgic lineup, sure, but this one trait about Friday's lineup could be seen as a hip, modern element. Aside from specifically targeted events like Lilith Fair, you never would have seen a festival with that many female singers atop the poster card in the 1990s, when Morissette and Stefani's old band No Doubt were in their heyday; certainly not in the '80s, when Jett dominated.

Losing the Black Crowes on the lineup due to illness was a real disappointment, but that just emphasized the women headliners all the more. What's more, the day also saw electrifying sets by a couple other women-led acts, too: Country rocker Morgan Wade and the punky hometown band who kicked off the day in hard-throttling style, Gully Boys.

Stefani seemed to be having the most fun. Her husband, Blake Shelton, may have wisely picked up on the strong feminine vibe when he showed up to sing one song with her — and only one! — their new single "Purple Irises," compared with the three she sang with him in town at his TC Summer Jam gig in 2022 . That bit seemed to delight her a lot, but so did the crowd's excited reaction throughout her 75-minute performance, from "Sunday Morning" at the start to the mid-set groover "Hella Good" to her firebrand penultimate song, "Just a Girl."

"Think about how many years I've been loving you guys!" she cheered before the latter hit, adding, "This song means even more nowadays." Especially on this day.

The elder stateswoman rocked the hardest . This was the best and most bombastic of Jett's many gigs here in recent years. Of course, the 65-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer's main hits went over in a big way at a big, summery music fest, including "I Love Rock 'n' Roll," "Bad Reputation" and the Runaways' "Cherry Bomb." She also dropped in a cool batch of edgier, deeper cuts with inclusive messaging, including "Different" and a cover of the Minnesota classic "Androgynous," which she introduced by saying, "I'm a big fan of this band and its songwriter, Paul Westerberg and the Replacements."

Morissette hasn't changed much (and that's a good thing). With an orange-ish moon adding dramatic ambience overhead, the Canadian record-maker/breaker put on a rather gutsy, in-your-face, 90-minute performance predictably filled with her big hits, including "One Hand in My Pocket" as the opener and "You Oughta Know" near the end. But she made the set way better than just a nostalgic singalong by delivering some similarly emphatic-sounding, inner-tumultuous newer songs, including the epic piano ballad "Rest" and the rockier "Smiling," the latter written for her hit Broadway musical, "Jagged Little Pill." Her voice was as strong as ever, her band was versatile, and she clearly deserved being the headliner.

There was one new element to the show we didn't see in the '90s, though: Morissette brought out her daughter Onyx, age 8, and another young friend to sing "Ironic." How ironic to hear it sung with such sweetness.

Even the younger acts sang the Gen-X hits. Wade earned loud cheers for her semi-ironic cover of Rick Springfield's "Jessie's Girl." Nerdy but impactful Kalamazoo indie-rocker Michigander sang part of "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For." The U2 song fit his own lost-wanderer, soul-searching vibe, evidenced by his unreleased tune that followed, "Giving Up." And after their own hit "Who's Laughing Now," local rockers Durry ended their set with a rousing take on Jimmyeatworld's "The Middle" (technically a millennials hit, but close enough).

The day's breakout performer was… . Sporting a Jett T-shirt and playing under a blazing midafternoon sun — things would soon cool down nicely with cloud cover — Wade coolly delivered an ultra-impressive set of musically refined, ruggedly poetic twang-rock that greatly contrasted her choice of covers. The Virginia singer came off like a tattooed Stevie Nicks in down-and-out rockers like "The Night" and "2 AM in London," each fueled by her smoky but sweet voice. A genuine wow.

What about Day Two? The bro factor should be much higher on Saturday, with the Red Hot Chili Peppers headlining, preceded by the Offspring, Gary Clark Jr., the Hold Steady, Soul Asylum and Hippo Campus. Tickets are sold-out except for some higher-end platinum and VIP options.

Chris Riemenschneider has been covering the Twin Cities music scene since 2001, long enough for Prince to shout him out during "Play That Funky Music (White Boy)." The St. Paul native authored the book "First Avenue: Minnesota's Mainroom" and previously worked as a music critic at the Austin American-Statesman in Texas.

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