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Sailboat hire in Mallorca

One week Share a boat Day charter

Boats to rent

Bavaria 34

8 passengers / 3 cabins

Dufour 455 Grand Large

12 passengers / 4 cabins

Beneteau Oceanis 50

11 passengers / 6 cabins

Dufour 425 Grand Large

10 passengers / 3 cabins

"Mallorca Route"

"Explore Mallorca on board a sailboat. Enjoy sailing on a sailboat around Balearic shore and discover Europe’s most beautiful sunsets, crystal clear water, amazing coves and sunny weather. In the evening you can delight exclusive clubs and restaurants, further you can enjoy Spanish beach bars. At night you can choose among enjoy on parties during all night or rest quietly on board. "

Day 1: Port of Palma - Cabrera archipelago

The first day of route in Majorca, we will make the itinirary between the port of Palma and the National Park of the Archipelago of Cabrera. The sailors will board, settle and begin the journey taking to southeasterly course leaving in astern the city of Majorca.

Later we will take course to the natural park Cabrera's archipelago, where we will drop anchor and spend the night. Because of its isolation along the history, it has come unaltered to the present day, being able to be considered one of the best preserved places of the Spanish coasts.

Day 2: Cabrera archipelago - Porto Petro

The second day will lead us to realize the journey from Cabrera's archipelago and Porto Petro visiting Punta Salinas. We will visit punta Salinas, localized in the southern of Majorca, famous for their crystalline waters and the pines that surround it. During the evening we will take course to Porto Petro, which is located inside a cove with a great natural refuge where it will be able to pass the night.

Day 3: Porto Petro - Ratjada cove

The sailling of the day will stand out for the Porto Colom, Porto Cristo and Llonga cove visits, places of great tourist interest. Approaching the end of the day, we will drop anchor in Ratjada cove with a good refuge to spend the night and enjoy the tranquillity and confort.

Day 4: Ratjada Cove- Formentor Beach

Course to the Formentor beach,  we will sail along Alcudia's bay and Pollensa's bay, sighting punta Sabaté, separation between both bays.The inlet that forms Formentor beach (Majorca) and the island with the same name, is a real treat for the senses. It is a cove that also receives the name of Pi cove de la Posada, in it, we will find a white sandy beach, composed by a leafy and thick forest of pines that almost rub the crystalline water.

Day 5: Formentor beach- Soller Port

On this day, we will make the crossing up to Sóller Port around the Formentor cape,  accompanying us in our wonderfull views days of the north coast of Majorca cliffs and  the Sierra de Tramontana.

En este día realizaremos la travesía hasta el puerto de Sóller rodeando el cabo Formentor, acompañándonos durante nuestro día las maravillosas vistas de los acantilados de la costa norte de Mallorca y la sierra de Tramontana.

Between these cliffs and the Sierra, there is located Sóller's natural port, an amazing natural bay that gives refuge to the boaters of the northern waters. The principal tourist claim of the village, is a small famous old tram line that connects the village of Sóller with the port. From the port, also we will be able to sight Torre Picada, an old guard tower of the bay.

Day 6: Formentor beach - Andraitx Port

This day, as the previous one, will be marked by the spectacular union of the sea with the Sierra of Tramontana in the shape of cliffs. The course that we will mark will be the indicated by the Dragonera island, placed at the west of the island of Majorca. This island stands out for their steep relief crowned by the Popi peak. The island and the adjacent islets are protected as natural reserve.

We will realize the sailling between both island to take course of approximation to Andraitx's bay being able to tie up in the port if the crew wishes it.

Day 7: Andraitx Port - Palma de Mallorca Port

Finishing our great adventure, we will navigate upon the inlet of Santa Ponsa, Punta Adriano, Portals cove Portals and the Palma Bay, to access finally to the port. Portals cove,  is a cove with brown thin sands, surrounded with pines and small low cantiles, where we will drop anchor to eat and to enjoy the turquoises waters. Finally we will conclude our exciting trip sailing towards the port of Palma.