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Various dates available

Balearic Island Explorer

From £1921 Per double cabin

Deposit 50% balance due 12wks before departure
Explore the picturesque coastline of Mallorca as you circumnavigate the island for the ultimate relaxed sailing holiday
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Pay a 50% deposit per item
Nights onboard
7
Vessel type
Lagoon 40 Catamaran
Vessel length
38.5ft
Skipper
Yes
Berth Style
Double cabins (air-con and en suite)
Insurance Required
Yes

Island hop your way around a world-famous sailing destination; the beautiful Balearics! 

7 Nights: Various dates April - October 2020

Fr £1,921 per double cabin*

* Trips are priced in the operator’s local currency. The sterling amount shown is a guide only and the amount you pay in sterling will change with currency fluctuations. Priced per person, minimum of 2 people per booking.

Relax and unwind as you explore the island of Mallorca on a luxury Catamaran, sailing to a different port every day on this stunning Balearic island. 

With the perfect combination of warm weather, stunning ocean scenery, abundant sea life and fun both on and offshore, the Balearic Islands are world-famous for being a premier sailing destination. From the bars and restaurants of Palma to the incredible snorkelling around Cabrera Island, this adventure ticks all the boxes for a truly amazing week.

Immerse yourself in the relaxed environment of this beautiful island, as you sail from port to port, exploring picturesque towns and fishing villages, hidden coves and vibrant local markets, as well as those all-important party destinations. Sailing every day on the clear waters of the Mediterranean, you will experience the changing landscape of the island from the vantage point of your yacht, stopping to swim in halcyon sheltered anchorages such as those around Puerto Pollensa.

DAY 1: Palma de Mallorca to Puerto Andratx (17 nautical miles): From the marina in Palma, you will sail to Puerto Andratx, located on the southwestern tip of Mallorca. The harbor sits at the base of steep and scenic hills, sprinkled with enchanting villas. Enjoy in the bars and restaurants along the harbor, or explore deeper inland to the quaint little town of Andratx.

DAY 2: Puerto Andratx to Puerto Soller (25 nautical miles): This morning you will make your way past the isle of Dragonera and up the west coast to Puerto Soller, which sits in the arms of a gorgeous, natural horseshoe bay and is the jewel of the island’s west coast. This town is more rustic and arty than other Mallorca destinations, with delightful cobbled streets and small restaurants and bars. If you’re in the mood to explore, an old-fashioned tram climbs the hills from the port to the historic town of Soller, offering amazing panoramic views of the island and sea.

DAY 3: Puerto Soller to Puerto Pollensa (35 nautical miles): Today you will make your way to the north of the island, along dramatic mountainous coastline to Puerto Pollensa. Perched on the rugged north coast of the island, Puerto Pollensa is surrounded by dozens of picturesque, sheltered anchorages that are perfect for swimming, diving, snorkeling, and relaxing. This area is one of the most naturally beautiful on the island and filled with opportunities to enjoy fun and sun activities.

DAY 4: Puerto Pollensa to Cala Rajada (25 nautical miles): Making your way around to the northeastern tip of the island, Cala Rajada is a small, traditional fishing village that is home to gorgeous white sand beaches and amazing turquoise seas that are perfect for snorkeling and swimming. The local lighthouse is an attraction all on its own and offers dramatic views in all directions. Play and relax here after a great sail.

DAY 5: Cala Rajada to Cala d’Or (18 nautical miles): Have a relaxed sail to the southeast side of the island today to Cala d’Or, famous for having the best weather in all of Mallorca. Warm breezes and white sand beaches beckon you to relax, and the numerous five-star resorts, restaurants, and entertainment options provide endless opportunities to sample the delights of the island. You can also explore inland, to hike among wooded hills and dramatic sea cliffs.

DAY 6: Cala d’Or to Cabrera Island (30 nautical miles): Cabrera Island is a short sail south of Mallorca and is a protected nature reserve. The natural bay is one of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful snorkeling destinations, with plentiful turtles, fish, dolphins, marine life, and birds to amaze you. The island also has several historic attractions, including a Napoleonic-era military base and 19th-century lighthouse.

DAY 7: Cabrera Island to Palma (35 nautical miles): On your last day you will sail the 35 nautical miles back to luxurious Palma de Mallorca, the crown jewel of the island and one of the world’s premier luxury resort destinations. Palma has something for everyone, so when you say goodbye to you boat, explore this fantastic place further.

NOTE: Planned routes may be changed according to weather or other circumstances.

  • Skipper and Hostess
  • 7-night cruise with half board service (breakfast + lunch)
  • Drinks on board (half-litre wine or 1-litre beer per passenger/day)
  • Your travel to and from the start and endpoints.
  • Travel insurance
  • Extra alcohol
  • Any meals you eat ashore
  • Open to novice sailors

Naviera Balear Marina, Spain

Naviera Balear Marina, Spain

DAY 1: Palma de Mallorca to Puerto Andratx (17 nautical miles): From the marina in Palma, you will sail to Puerto Andratx, located on the southwestern tip of Mallorca. The harbor sits at the base of steep and scenic hills, sprinkled with enchanting villas. Enjoy in the bars and restaurants along the harbor, or explore deeper inland to the quaint little town of Andratx.

DAY 2: Puerto Andratx to Puerto Soller (25 nautical miles): This morning you will make your way past the isle of Dragonera and up the west coast to Puerto Soller, which sits in the arms of a gorgeous, natural horseshoe bay and is the jewel of the island’s west coast. This town is more rustic and arty than other Mallorca destinations, with delightful cobbled streets and small restaurants and bars. If you’re in the mood to explore, an old-fashioned tram climbs the hills from the port to the historic town of Soller, offering amazing panoramic views of the island and sea.

DAY 3: Puerto Soller to Puerto Pollensa (35 nautical miles): Today you will make your way to the north of the island, along dramatic mountainous coastline to Puerto Pollensa. Perched on the rugged north coast of the island, Puerto Pollensa is surrounded by dozens of picturesque, sheltered anchorages that are perfect for swimming, diving, snorkeling, and relaxing. This area is one of the most naturally beautiful on the island and filled with opportunities to enjoy fun and sun activities.

DAY 4: Puerto Pollensa to Cala Rajada (25 nautical miles): Making your way around to the northeastern tip of the island, Cala Rajada is a small, traditional fishing village that is home to gorgeous white sand beaches and amazing turquoise seas that are perfect for snorkeling and swimming. The local lighthouse is an attraction all on its own and offers dramatic views in all directions. Play and relax here after a great sail.

DAY 5: Cala Rajada to Cala d’Or (18 nautical miles): Have a relaxed sail to the southeast side of the island today to Cala d’Or, famous for having the best weather in all of Mallorca. Warm breezes and white sand beaches beckon you to relax, and the numerous five-star resorts, restaurants, and entertainment options provide endless opportunities to sample the delights of the island. You can also explore inland, to hike among wooded hills and dramatic sea cliffs.

DAY 6: Cala d’Or to Cabrera Island (30 nautical miles): Cabrera Island is a short sail south of Mallorca and is a protected nature reserve. The natural bay is one of the Mediterranean’s most beautiful snorkeling destinations, with plentiful turtles, fish, dolphins, marine life, and birds to amaze you. The island also has several historic attractions, including a Napoleonic-era military base and 19th-century lighthouse.

DAY 7: Cabrera Island to Palma (35 nautical miles): On your last day you will sail the 35 nautical miles back to luxurious Palma de Mallorca, the crown jewel of the island and one of the world’s premier luxury resort destinations. Palma has something for everyone, so when you say goodbye to you boat, explore this fantastic place further.

NOTE: Planned routes may be changed according to weather or other circumstances.

Sailing boots

Trainers/ deck shoes (no black soled shoes please – they mark the deck)

Waterproof sailing kit

Hat

Sailing gloves

Clothes for on-board and on shore

A small backpack for trips on-shore (30-40 litres)

A water bottle

Sun glasses (polarized)

Sun cream – SPF50+

Small quick dry towel

Swimming kit

USB cord to charge your phone

Cash

Head torch

Sailing knife

Passport

Printed out Insurance details

Any medication you require