Riviera Boat Tours

Come and join us for a wondaful day out on the the stunning blue waters of the Cote D’Azur.

Our Boats

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

At Riviera boats we provide high quality guided boat Tours and boat rentals for full days and half days around the beautiful Cote D’Azur.

We offer personalised boat tours with professional skippers to help you make the most of your day with us, on top of this if you prefer to rent a boat without a skipper we have this option to.

Our Italian classic Gozzo boat

This is the perfect way to relax and enjoy the cote D’Azur.

The boat is based in stunning port of St Jean Cap Ferrat, An idyllic spot to start your day.

If you want a perfect day out on the water the Gozzo is a great choice for family and friends.

With space for up to 7 people and a large sundeck this has to be the way to see the area.

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Marlin 28

This is the ideal way to make the most of your stay on the Cote D’Azur.

Our Marlin 28 is situated in the stunning port of Saint Jean Cap Ferrat. The Marlin 28 can seat up to 12 people and is powered by twin Suziki 250 hp outboard making it a fun fast boat to see all the amazing places this area has to offer. We offer half day, full day as well as sunset tours between Nice and Monaco

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Our Cap Camarat 6.5

This is the ideal way to make the most of your stay in Monaco.

The boat is based in stunning Port of Monaco.

Our Cap Camarat seats up to 8 peaple and is powered by a 150 hp outboard making it a great boat for water sports as well as making the most of what Monaco and surrounding area has to offer.

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This is the first item’s accordion body. It is shown by default, until the collapse plugin adds the appropriate classes that we use to style each element. These classes control the overall appearance, as well as the showing and hiding via CSS transitions.

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