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Cannes Film Festival 2015

Cannes, France

13 - 24 May 2015

By Editorial Team

The 2015 Cannes Film Festival promises to be the place to be seen this year as glamour descends over Palais des Festivals. Aside from the critically acclaimed films, the award-winning superyachts in attendance are the highlight of the event.

The glitz of the 68th edition of the Cannes Film Festival is the perfect event experienced by luxury yacht charter to experience the A-list lifestyle. Last year film 'Winter Sleep' took home the much-coveted Palme d'Or, with actress Julianne Moore and actor Timothy Spall also winning in their respective categories. 

Abuzz with the excitement of the prestigious awards ceremony, chartering a yacht Cannes is a must for the elite of the business world, as the event is ideal for meeting clients whilst enjoying the events festivities. Opportunities for fine dining and quayside parties are easy to come by on a corporate charter at the event.

With A-list stars such as Martin Scorsese yacht-hopping and Leonardo DiCaprio showing off their luxury charter yacht here, a Cannes Film Festival yacht charter is the ultimate statement. As with every year, there will be a lot of competition for limited spaces for this year’s festival so booking as early as November is recommended.

The festival's proximity to another key date on the calendar, the 2015 Monaco Grand Prix, means you can enjoy the ultimate French Riviera yacht charter enjoying two of the most prestigious events in the world on one extraordinary charter itinerary. Contact your preferred charter broker to begin putting plans into place. 

The glitz of the 68th edition of the Cannes Film Festival is the perfect event experienced by superyacht charter...

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