French Riviera Islands

A guide to popular and less known islands of the Riviera

Exclusive charterer guide to popular and lesser-known Islands

Welcome to the French Riviera, one of the most famous charter destinations that offers much more than just its hot spots. Your Mediterranean yacht charter is not merely a luxurious vessel; it’s your ticket to an exclusive adventure, unlocking hidden gems far from the bustling crowds of Cannes or Saint-Tropez.

Why explore the French Riviera Islands?

After residing in the area for two decades, we firmly believe that the French Riviera offers an unparalleled experience that extends beyond mere glitz and glamour. It is home to stunning islands, pristine Mediterranean nature, mouth-watering cuisine with Italian influences, and a rich historical legacy, some of them being only accessible by private yachts.

Popular French Riviera Islands

If you’re on a Mediterranean yacht charter, the Lérins Islands should be on your radar.

This popular charter destination offers an exclusive adventure for those who crave a unique experience. Located just a short distance from Cannes, these islands are a haven of unspoiled Mediterranean nature and rich historical heritage.

Explore the Lérins Islands

Once you arrive at the Lerins Islands, you’ll have the option to explore two of the most enchanting destinations: Sainte-Marguerite and Saint-Honorat. Each island offers its own unique charm and attractions, providing a delightful contrast to the hustle and bustle of Cannes.

1. Sainte-Marguerite Island

Sainte-Marguerite Island, the largest of the two Lérins islands facing Cannes, is just a short boat ride away from Cannes (15 minutes from the Old Port by boat). The island is known for its rich history and natural beauty, such as its stone pine and eucalyptus forest, secluded rocky inlets, and large pebble beaches near Etang du Batéguier which is a protected nature reserve and a sanctuary for migratory birds.

Known for its 17th-century fort, Fort Royal, and the Man in the Iron Mask legend, this island is a treasure trove of history. The island’s famous prison, Fort Royal, is a must-visit but is often crowded during peak season.

Today, the fort houses a maritime museum, displaying artifacts from various shipwrecks and offers stunning views over the bay of Cannes.

However, the island doesn’t just offer natural beauty in spades, such as its stone pine and eucalyptus forest, secluded rocky inlets, and large pebble beach, but also a rich history.

Azimut yacht charter near Cannes
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Activities, points of interest

The island is a natural oasis, adorned with eucalyptus and pine trees. Walking trails crisscross the island, offering scenic views and a chance to immerse yourself in nature. If you wish to explore the coastline, it is highly recommended to use a paddleboard or kayak.

In close proximity to Saint-Honorat and Sainte-Marguerite Island lies an exceptional underwater art exhibit by Jason deCaires, a UK-based artist. Called the “Eco Museum,” this installation showcases six eco-friendly sculptures that explore the concepts of transformation, renewal, and the allure of decay.

This is an ideal opportunity to put your snorkeling gear to good use. The sculptures are easily accessible, located just a few meters below the water’s surface, making it a family-friendly adventure that even the kids can enjoy.

Beaches and rocky inlets

There is a pebble beach facing north, located west of Sainte-Marguerite near Etang du Bateguier. Additionally, there are numerous rocky coves that are hidden by pine trees.


La Guérite: from April to October, La Guérite restaurant is the place for a lively – and expensive…- brunch, especially during the second seating around 4 pm. It’s one of the top spots on the French Riviera, offering an elegant setting and Mediterranean dishes.
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2. Saint- Honorat Island

Sainte-Marguerite Island, the largest of the two Lérins islands facing Cannes, is just a short boat ride away from Cannes (15 minutes from the Old Port by boat). The island is known for its rich history and natural beauty, such as its stone pine and eucalyptus forest, secluded rocky inlets, and large pebble beaches near Etang du Batéguier which is a protected nature reserve and a sanctuary for migratory birds.

Best time to visit: Spring and early autumn offer mild weather and fewer crowds, making them the ideal times for a visit.

Lérins Islands FAQ

Are the Lérins Islands worth visiting?
Absolutely, for their unique blend of history, nature, and spirituality.

Which Lerins island to go to?
Both have their unique charms; it depends on what you’re looking for.

How do I get to Lérins Islands?
Ask your crew for a private tour of the islands on your yacht tender.

Saint-Honorat Island

Île Saint-Honorat

The Abbey and Monastery

This island is home to an active 5th-century abbey, where monks have cultivated their own vineyards. The abbey offers guided tours and wine-tasting sessions.

Spiritual Retreats

The island is a sanctuary for those seeking peace and spirituality. The monks offer retreats, and visitors can attend mass at the abbey.

If peace and tranquility are what you seek, Saint-Honorat Island – the smallest of the two Lérins Islands- is the place to be. Home to an abbey and a rare vineyard, this island offers a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the mainland.

Mangusta yacht charter


Year: 2010 – full refit 2018
Guests: 9 in 4 cabins
Length: 108ft (33m)
Crew: 4
Amenities: rare sport yacht fitted with gyrostabilizer, massive sun pads, panoramic salon, Seabob, crew of 4 with Chef.
Weekly rate: from €70,000 + expenses

5 cabins yacht charter from Cannes


Year: 2010
Guests: 12 in 5 cabins
Length: 111.7ft (34m)
Crew: 6
Amenities: De Basto interior, at anchor stabilizers, large tender, low fuel consumption, crew of 6, sundeck jacuzzi, capacious yacht.
Weekly rate: from €120,000 + expenses

Superyacht charter on the French Riviera


Year: 2016 – 2022
Guests: 12 in 5 cabins
Length: 162ft (49.5m)
Crew: 9 with Chef
Amenities: contemporary Ken Freivokh design, at anchor and underway stabilizers, gym and jacuzzi on the sky deck, large tender.
Weekly rate: from €270,000 + expenses

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Affordable yacht rentals, latest yacht charter offers, special deals – 2024

Enjoy significant savings on your next French Riviera yacht charter with our assortment of best-value yacht rentals or last-minute charter deals.

While the dates and destination may sometimes be fixed, anticipate the same top-of-the-line yachts and silver service. Don’t miss out on these value-driven luxury experiences.

Hanse boat rental with skipper

HANSE 58ft

Year: 2019
Guests: 6 in 3 cabins
Length: 58.8ft (17.2m)
Crew: 2
Amenities: comfortable family cruiser, uncluttered deck space with sunbeds, large bimini top, wakeboard, snorkeling equipment, waverunner.
Weekly rate: from €10,000 + expenses

Affordable yacht charter


Year: 2007- refit 2020
Guests: 4 in 2 double cabins
Length: 73ft (22m)
Crew: 2
Amenities: massive sunbeds, shaded flybridge with wet bar and dining area, AC throughout, wine cooler, paddleboards, sea scooter.
Weekly rate: from €23,600 + expenses

Classic yacht charter Benetti


Year: 1982 – 2022
Guests: 10 in 4 cabins
Length: 116.2ft (35.4m)
Crew: 6
Amenities: warm teak interior, full beam Owner’s suite, high crew-to-guest ratio, low fuel consumption, stabilizer underway, large tender.
Weekly rate: from €45,000 + expenses

yacht charter special offers

Indulge your spontaneity: savor a private yacht charter at an unbeatable price.
From advance booking discounts to complimentary delivery or additional days provided, secure an affordable yacht charter.

Top family yacht rentals

Rent the best family-friendly yacht charter on the Côte d’Azur. With a kid-friendly crew, a broad selection of water toys ensuring hours of fun, and flexible layouts to accommodate everyone’s needs, your family escape will be an unforgettable adventure filled with comfort, safety, and endless fun.

Maiora yacht charter


Year: 2006 – refit 2012
Guests: 8/9 in 4 cabins
Length: 78.8ft (23.97m)
Crew: 4 with Chef
Amenities: luxury Italian motor yacht, superb wooden interior with maxi salon offering bathed in natural light, plenty of space to relax with 2*sunbeds, experienced crew, wakeboard, and snorkeling equipment.
Weekly rate: from €30,000 + expenses

Ferretti Navetta yacht charter


Year: 2010 – 2020
Guests: 10/11 in 5 cabins
Length: 86ft (26.22m)
Crew: 4
Amenities: a very popular & spacious vessel perfect for a comfortable family escape, low fuel consumption, upper salon, stabilizer at anchor & underway, Seabob + large selection of water toys, experienced crew.
Weekly rate: from €44,000 + expenses

Princess yacht charter


Year: 2013
Guests: 9 in 4 cabins
Length: 98ft (30m)
Crew: 5
Amenities: a classic and popular British flybridge yacht fitted with a warm wooden interior, stabilizer at anchor, maxi flybridge with dining area, bar, and jacuzzi. Satellite TV, 4.7m tender, paddleboard, Seabob, hi-lo swim platform.
Weekly rate: from €75,000 + expenses

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French Riviera superyacht charters

Chartering a superyacht provides exquisite service with a high crew-to-guest ratio, ample space for relaxation and entertainment, and top-of-the-line amenities found only on large vessels, such as sophisticated zero-speed stabilizers, private cinemas, and unique water toys such as submarines.

Baglietto yacht charter


Year: 2021
Guests: 11 in 5 cabins
Length: 131ft (40m)
Crew: 7
Amenities: contemporary Italian superyacht, exclusive Paszkowski Design, warm interior by M. Casprini, fast yacht with high cruising speed, stabilizer, jet-ski, jet surf, paddleboard, jacuzzi, hi-lo swim platform, folding balcony.
Weekly rate: from €250,000 + expenses

French Riviera superyacht charter


Year: 2011
Guests: 12 in 6 cabins
Length: 255ft (78.3m)
Amenities:  Reymond Langton design, accommodation for up to 12 guests including an owner deck with a private terrace & VIP suite on the main deck, 5 m pool, beach club with gym and spa facilities, stabilizer, good cruising speed at 14 knots.
Weekly rate: from €770,000 + expenses

Monaco superyacht charter

CRN 259ft

Year: 2019
Guests: 12 in 11 cabins
Length: 259.2ft (79m)
Crew: 24
Amenities: Laura Sessa design, dedicated Owner’s deck, jacuzzi, hammam, massage therapist, elevator, stabilizer at anchor and underway, YET vessel, generous beach club with bar, large selection of water toys, Silver crew.
Weekly rate: from €900,000 + expenses

Best luxury yacht interiors

Indulge in luxurious personalized yacht interiors that effortlessly blend ultimate comfort, natural elegance, and functionality. Enjoy premier charters with high-end features created by world-renowned designers.

Best luxury yacht interior


Year: 2013
Guests: 10 in 5 cabins
Length: 92ft (28.32m)
Crew: 5
Amenities: her interior designed by Eric Kuster exudes refined comfort and elegance, stabilizer at anchor and underway, maxi beach club, good selection of water toys,  private Jacuzzi.
Weekly rate: from €70,000 + expenses

San Lorenzo luxury yacht interior


Year: 2022
Guests: 9 in 4 cabins
Length: 117.3ft (35.65m)
Crew: 7
Amenities: Art-Deco-inspired interior by Patricia Urquiola, full beam Owner’s suite, sundeck jacuzzi, her swim platform converts into beach club, jet-ski, Seabob, exterior bar.
Weekly rate: from €125,000 + expenses

Sunseeker superyacht charter


Year: 2016
Guests: 10 in 5 cabins
Length: 131ft (40m)
Crew: 8
Amenities: elegance and versatility by Sunseeker, a capacious yacht offering extensive equipment: jacuzzi on sun deck, hi-lo swim platform, stabilizer at anchor, jet-ski, Seabob.
Weekly rate: from €170,000 + expenses


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Sustainable yacht rental selection

Sustainable yacht rental is gaining traction, and now you can join this eco-friendly wave. Opt for a green yacht charter today and set sail responsibly.

These vessels boast low fuel consumption due to their lightweight carbon construction and optimized hulls, while the crew places a high priority on environmental conservation.

Luxury catamaran boat rental in te Mediterranean


Year: 2021
Guests: 10 in 5 cabins
Length: 55.1ft (16.8m)
Crew: 2
Amenities: forward lounge area, exceptional salon with can be fully open, 128 sq m. of space, flybridge with sunbed, tender, kayak, paddleboard, Seablue, AC throughout.
Weekly rate: from € 17,500 + expenses

Lagoon catamaran for charter with crew


Year: 2023
Guests: 8 in 4 cabins
Length: 65ft (20.55m)
Crew: 4
Amenities: shaded flybridge for dining, a 42ft chase-boat, a hi-lo swim platform, and comes with a crew of 4, including a Bocuse-trained chef. Seabob, Kite, and Kayak, sound system.
Weekly rate: from € 55,000 + expenses

Sirena yacht charter, new Sirena 68


Year: 2023
Number of Guests: 4 in 2 cabins
Length: 70ft (21.4m)
Crew: 2
Amenities: A spacious carbon-fiber gentlemen’s yacht fitted with a gyrostabilizer, flybridge bar, forward lounge with sunbed for 3, hi-lo swim platform, and bright open-plan salon.
Weekly rate: contact us

New yachtS for charter (2024)

New yachts offer a lower carbon footprint, higher fuel efficiency, and impeccable condition.

How to choose the right yacht charter

When choosing a yacht for charter, important factors to consider include, but are not limited to, availability, choice of itinerary, number of guests, budget (encompassing charter fee and APA), and type of yacht.

Make an informed choice by exploring various yacht options tailored to your requirements:

Define your needs and expectations

  • Have you already set your date?
  • Are you open to date flexibility?
  • Do you have a general itinerary?
  • How many people will you accommodate on board?
  • Which cabin layout do you require?
  • What is your overall budget?
  • What specific amenities are you looking for?
  • What level of service do you anticipate?

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Select a yacht charter type

Once you have your preferences and requirements in mind, it is time to find a yacht charter.

Here is a quick guide to the advantages and disadvantages of each type of yacht:

MotoryachtMotor yachts offer good cruising speed, space, and a wide range of amenities. They are versatile and offer a comfortable and lavish setting for your voyage.
They also offer more comfort at sea thanks to stabilizers (gyrostabilizer and/or zero-speed).
Motor yachts tend to consume more fuel than sailing yachts, making them less environmentally friendly than other yachts. The charter fee can also be on the higher side due to higher price range and operating costs. (APA* at 30/40% in 2023). Recent motor yachts are more energy-efficient
Sailboat (monohull)Sailing yachts offer an eco-friendly, authentic sailing experience. They are generally quieter and have lower operational costs.Sailing yachts are slower than motor yachts and offer less space for a similar length.. Your sailing experience may also be weather-dependent.
CatamaranCatamarans are known for their stability and comfort. They offer spacious decks and cabins and have a shallow draft, allowing for closer beach access. Catamarans are generally slower than motor yachts and may not perform well in rough seas. Their wide beam can also limit marina options (berth price and availability in peak season).
*: APA stands for Advance Provisioning Allowance, covering fuel, food, and other expenses during a yacht charter.

Expert advice

Remi van der Deure, Senior Charter Broker in Antibes, says:

” When selecting a yacht, it’s crucial to evaluate the crew as much as the vessel. Avoid getting entangled in the latest technology or technical details. Instead, trust the expertise of your charter broker to find the ideal combination of yacht and crew that aligns with your needs and preferences. “

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Understand the cost of a private yacht charter

The cost of renting a yacht in the South of France is influenced by a blend of factors such as the yacht’s age and pedigree, type, equipment, and length, as well as the charter duration and contract type, which can affect VAT rates ranging from 0 to 20%.

Typically, commercial yachts in the French Riviera are rented on a “plus expenses” basis, adhering to MYBA* terms. Alternatively, some commercial yachts can be rented under ECPY** terms.

Below is a weekly price table to assist you in planning your opulent escape.

Motoryacht <= 100 ftfrom €20,000 to €200,000 + expensesAPA: 30-40% of the gross charter fee.
The APA is now flirting with the 40% mark due to inflation and the recent increase in fuel prices in Europe.
Superyacht > 150+ ftfrom €100,000 to €1.500,000 + expensesAPA: 30% of the gross charter fee.
Sailboatfrom €30,000 to €350,000 + expensesAPA: 30% of the gross charter fee.
Catamaranfrom €20,000 to €250,000 + expensesAPA: 35% of the gross charter fee.
The cost of mooring a large sailing catamaran is substantial, comprising of both regular expenses and a 40% premium.
*: MYBA stands for Mediterranean Yacht Brokers Association. Most commercial yachts on the Riviera are still rented under MUBA terms.
**: ECPY: European Committee for Professionals Yachting.
***: Weekly rate MYBA terms

What’s included in the charter fee (MYBA terms)?

Under MYBA terms, the charter fee encompasses the yacht and all its equipment—from spa facilities to water toys to entertainment systems—the crew’s wages and their food, the ship’s laundry, operating consumables, and insurance coverage for both the yacht and crew.

What’s included in the expenses (MYBA terms)?

These expenses cover fuel, food, beverages, mooring fees, private marina fees, visa fees if applicable, harbor fees, park fees, and taxes.

The APA excludes the delivery fee and security deposit, if applicable.

How to book your yacht charter

Booking your crewed yacht charter with Charterminute is straightforward.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to navigating the rental process:

  • First, ascertain the date and your flexibility.
  • Select the type of boat you wish to rent based on your preferences, the number of passengers, and your budget.
  • The choice of boat type also hinges on the distance to be covered and the chosen destination.
  • Reach out to us via email or telephone.
  • Inquire about recommended itineraries, dining options, and the availability of water toys.
  • Reserve as early as possible, especially for peak summer months.
  • Thoroughly review all rental terms and conditions before booking.
  • Submit a deposit and be mindful of the cancellation policies.

French Riviera charter destinations and itineraries

Explore the French Riviera with our personalized yacht charter itineraries.

  • 3-day whirlwind tour of Cannes, Monaco, and Saint-Tropez
  • 7-day grand journey featuring Antibes and Nice, and the Lérins Islands
  • 10-day exploration charter, including the Golden Islands of Port Cros and Porquerolles
  • 12-day adventure that takes you to the sandy beaches of North Corsica.
French Riviera marine distances map

Main marine distances

Discover the distance by boat between Cannes, St. Tropez, and Monaco and explore the top spots on the Côte d’Azur.

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Expert tips to make the most of your crewed yacht charter

1. Choosing the right yacht type

A comfortable displacement yacht won’t cover the same distance as a swift Italian sports yacht like a Pershing or Leopard: plan your itinerary accordingly with the aid of your charter broker.

  • Average cruising speed of a displacement yacht: 12-15 knots
  • Average cruising speed of a fast sport yacht: 22-30 knots

2. Charter style

Determine whether you prefer a leisurely trip or an action-filled adventure on a yacht equipped with a vast array of water toys and exploratory amenities. This will help pinpoint the type of yacht, crew profile (energetic young crew, crew offering a more formal service…), and itinerary that aligns with your desires.

3. Crafting a flexible itinerary

  1. Stay informed about seasonal weather and local regulations (e.g., the French Riviera has stringent anchoring regulations). However, flexibility is vital. Unpredictable weather and unforeseen delays can arise: adaptability ensures a smooth experience.

Remi van der Deure, Senior Charter Broker in Antibes, notes: “Be aware that Pampelonne can be windy. It’s not uncommon to find yourself unable to disembark or re-embark at your yacht or beach club. In such scenarios, taking a taxi back to the port of St-Tropez may be necessary.”

4. Budget consideration

  1. When planning your charter itinerary, budget consideration is crucial.

Have a clear understanding of your spending capacity for the trip. If chartering a fast sports yacht like a Mangusta 108, be aware of the hourly fuel costs. For instance, on a large sports yacht like the Mangusta 130, the hourly fuel costs can be substantial, averaging around 1,200 liters per hour at Euro 2 without detax.

This knowledge will aid in making an informed decision to match the type of yacht and your itinerary without overstretching your budget.

5. Selection of the ideal layout

  1. Consider the size and layout of a yacht based on the age and number of your guests.

Ensure the yacht’s overall layout caters to your guests’ needs. For example, if chartering a yacht with elderly individuals who may struggle with stairs, ensure the yacht has an elevator or at least poses no significant challenges for those with limited mobility.

Conversely, if traveling with children, consider a yacht with a bedroom equipped with a nanny’s cabin.

6. Effective crew communication

Clear communication is indispensable. By the way, does your crew speak your language?

Remi van der Deure, Senior Charter Broker in Antibes, advises: “Take the time to fill out your preferences sheet, ask questions, and specify your needs for unique cuisine or a birthday celebration. The more detailed your wishes, the more personalized your experience will be.”

7. The importance of pre-booking

During peak season, advance bookings for trendy restaurants like Club 55 in Pampelonne or la Guerite in Cannes, water toys, and bespoke visits ashore are recommended. Note that high-end restaurants on the French Riviera may levy substantial cancellation fees for last-minute cancellations.

8. Selecting activities and points of interest

Align your activities with your guests’ interests. Whether beach relaxation or cultural exploration, your itinerary and activities should cater to all preferences.

Craft a bespoke charter itinerary

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Top 3 reasons to charter a yacht on the Côte d’Azur

Short DistanceS

Relish seamless cruising on the French Riviera, where hot spots like Cannes and Saint-Tropez are merely 1 hour and 30 minutes away by motor yacht. This proximity makes the South of France an ideal destination for charters with children and the elderly who may prefer shorter cruises.

SERENE waters

Bask in the tranquility of calm seas and sheltered areas such as the secluded bay of Villefranche-sur-Mer or the Gulf of Saint-Tropez. The South of France is perfect for charters, even those prone to seasickness.

DIVERSE experiences

Delight in luxury, sophistication, gourmet cuisine, rich historical heritage, and pristine Mediterranean nature: there’s something for everyone.

Best time for a French Riviera yacht charter

June and September are prime for a private yacht charter, offering a balance between rates, activities, weather, and crowds, notwithstanding the allure of July and August.

Best anchorages of the Côte d’Azur*

*: Please note that yachts longer than 24 meters overall are banned from close mooring in certain areas of the coast to prevent overcrowding and protect Posidonia seagrass.

French Riviera yacht charter must-sees

The island of St-Honorat is worth a private boat trip from Cannes.

The Lérins Islands, Cannes

Don your snorkeling gear and explore the captivating underwater sculpture museum near Sainte Marguerite Island.

Discover life-size statues of musicians submerged below the surface—perfect for photos and accessible to children!

Enjoy a leisurely stroll through the vineyards and pine trees of St-Honorat Abbaye, and perhaps purchase a bottle of Lerina brandy, crafted by the active monk community residing on the island since the fifth century.

Villefranche sur Mer area

Villefranche sur Mer, Monaco

Experience the majestic Bay of Villefranche-sur-Mer by boat and uncover its authentic Mediterranean charm.

Known for its secluded pebble beaches, lush vegetation, and numerous rocky coves, this bay presents a unique landscape ripe for exploration by kayak or paddleboard.

Admire quaint villas and savor delicious cuisine at renowned seaside restaurants frequented by locals, such as Mère Germaine.

Esterel coast boat trip

Esterel Coast, Saint-Tropez

Cruise along the coast to St Raphael to uncover hidden gems like the Maison Bulle and breathtaking views of the Esterel Coast.

Paddle to secluded pebble beaches like Plage des Anglais and marvel at the volcanic red cliffs contrasting with lush greenery.

Discover the pristine nature of the French Riviera, where adventure and tranquility coexist: drop anchor near the iconic Ile d’Or.

Top Côte d’Azur charter attractions

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Reviews and yacht charter testimonials

Discover genuine feedback from our satisfied clients who have experienced Charterminute’s services over the past few years.
These authentic testimonials offer real insights into the quality and value we provide.

” We had a parasailing boat and a water toy company join us halfway through the day. Remi coordinated everything with ease, and the day charter itself was perfect. He could not have been more helpful or responsive. “

Rosemarie F. – private client, UK, 2023

” I can 100% recommend Charterminute and Remi. They have my full trust, and we have just held a Cannes team-building day organized by Remi (for 20 guests on a maxi-catamaran Lagoon); everything was perfect. “

Ole H. – Corporate client, Norway, 2022

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Updated on October 10, 2023