Rent your sailboat
No matter where in the world you prefer to sail and you keep going back to, you would no doubt be sad if it was suddenly overflowing with plastic waste or if the corals were dead due to bleaching.
Here are 4 simple things you can do to help preserve your favourite destination and to keep it in its best condition.
The French marinas and ports are very well-functioning and have new and modern facilities.
It is most pleasant to moor in small harbors or at berths together with the local boats and close to the cities' harbor promenades. Many ports are called by ferries, so a berth a block away from the ferry berth will be unsettled.
There are marinas of various sizes along the coast. Port fees are at a higher level than in Denmark. The port office can possibly be called in good time before arrival via VHF to be assigned a guest berth - which can be quite full, especially in the high season - Here it is necessary to call and book a place.
There is usually free sailing between Sardinia and Corsica (both are in the EU).
Be aware that most smaller shops hold a siesta for 2-3 hours in the middle of the day.
Weather forecasts with weather maps are available at all marina offices - or call on the VHF radio. The wind is usually calm in the morning, which is why it is a good idea to set sail early. At lunchtime, the wind picks up, then drops off again in the evening. When anchoring under high mountains, strong downwinds can occur.