Departing from Vevey, you can take your Linssen charter yacht along the shores of Lake Geneva. Cruise to beautiful cities like Morges, Nyon, Yvoire, Montreux and of course Geneva itself.
You can dock your motor yacht at on of the excellent marinas and walk into the cities and enjoy the culture, atmosphere, friendly people and Swiss cuisine. In the evening you return to your 'hotel' on the water and relax on board with a nice glass of wine.
Vevey – Montreux – Evian – Lausanne – Vevey
Return Cruise | 1 weekend5-10 hours | distance depends on duration | 0 locks
Vevey – Montreux – Villeneuve – (Chillon) – Bouveret – St. Gingolph – Vevey
Return Cruise | 1 weekend
2-5 hours | 25 km | 0 locks
Circulare tour 1 week
Vevey – Cully – Lausanne – Rolle – Nyon– Genf – Yvoire – Evian – Vevey
Circular tour | 1 week
30-40 hours | 120 km | 0 locks
Circulare tour 2 weeks Vevey – Cully – Lausanne –Morges – Rolle – Nyon – Genf – Yvoire – Thonon – Evian – St. Gingolph – Velleneuve – Montreux – Vevey Circular tour | 2 weeks
35-45 hours | 170 km | 0 locks
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Team Nasta Marine: Ronny Mathys & Monika Carrard
ESTAVAYER LE LAC – LAND OF THREE LAKES
WINE-GROWING AREA OF LAKE BIENNE AND MONT VULLY
Vully is the winegrowing area on the banks of Lake Morat. Enjoy the famous Eglifilets (fillet of perch) and the fine wines of the region! Mont Vully is situated at the western tip of Seeland and is like a pearl set in the middle of the three Jura lakes.
The region is dominated by the grape varieties of Chasselas for white wine and Pinot Noir for red wine. The wonderful, fresh rosé-coloured Oeil de Perdrix is a speciality of the region.
ST PETER’S ISLAND (ILE SAINT-PPIERRE)
A peninsula protrudes into Lake Bienne from the west. It is known as St Peter’s Island. It was formed during the last Ice Age, when the Rhône glacier extended as far as the Jura mountains. Whether you approach St Peter’s Island along the heathland path from Erlach (one hour’s walk) or by boat, this patch of earth never fails to work its magic on you. Shady forest paths, sunny vineyard slopes, strips of sandy beach along the shore, reed gardens and ancient, towering oak trees provide a fascinating backdrop.
A Cluniac monastery was founded on the island around 1127 and was later used as an inn. Jean-Jacques Rousseau spent two months there as an émigré in 1765.Since then, thousands of people have fallen in love with the fairy-tale island with views of the Alps and the Jura mountains. They all enjoy the mild climate, in which vines and even sweet chestnut trees flourish.Visitors’ physical well-being is taken care of by a cosy restaurant with an inviting atmosphere.
All the team at NASTA Marine look forward to your visit.