Rent a Boat in Mallorca
More than 200 beaches, including a 7 km long well, Plaja de Palma, which starts just outside Palma de Mallorca, the capital, to get up to S'Arenal. No coincidence that Mallorca has three nature parks, the Nature Reserve S'Albufereta, maritime-terrestrial national park of the archipelago of Cabrera and Sa Dragonera Natural Park. If you are looking for the most beautiful beaches, do not miss Cala Figueira, northwest of Mallorca, with its beautiful turquoise waters. Just above is Cap de Formentor, a beautiful bay surrounded by cliffs overlooking the emerald green sea. Among the most famous beaches there are Cala Mesquida, at the north, where the sea is often rough but with a unique landscape, and Plaja d'Es Trenc, in the south of Menorca, a fine sandy beach surrounded by dunes and pine forests . Unmissable. To the north east to try there are the beautiful beaches of Capdepera and Cala Gat, two delightful coves with transparent waters. Are you ready for your Sailing Holiday in Mallorca?
Yacht Charter Itineraries in Mallorca
The white beaches, crystal clear sea and the scattered Mediterranean scents are unforgettable for sailors arriving on the island, especially thanks to the spectacular Serra de Tramuntana which forms one of the most stunning European coastal. The most famous beaches are Cala Mondrago, the Es Trenc beach, then there are myriads of heavenly coves as the beautiful Cala of the magician. Below our selection of suggested routes for your Mallorca Yacht Charter.
Heart pounding and unbelieving journey of Mallorca yacht charter
Crewed & Bareboat Catamaran Charter Mallorca
A catamaran’s design makes it ideal to cruise around Mallorca. One reason for this being the availability of wide open decks, which allow you to bask in the mild sunshine of the Mediterranean, where temperature stays within 23°C year round. Courtesy the conjoint space of double hulls; you can enjoy al fresco dining with other guests on board.
Shallower draft of catamarans enables fewer stairs and proximity to the ocean level. This makes for a convenient setting for water sports, right from your vessel. Food, itinerary, safety; everything gets taken care of when travelling with a crew. Hence, it’s an ideal choice for tourists seeking a leisurely time. Bareboat yacht chartering in Mallorca is for people who have a sailing licence and is ready to take on the challenge.
With our catamarans, you get the assurance of a safe voyage. Our catamarans range from 50 feet to 170 feet in length. With us, you have the option to choose from 3, 6, 7 or 10 bedded catamarans.
Crewed Motor Yacht in Mallorca
Generally, motor yachts are multi-storeyed vessels with each deck serving its own function. Partying, salsa dancing, fine dining; there’s space for everything in these yachts. Motor yachts, depending on their models, can reach a top speed of up to 52 knots. Hence, they are also suitable for a quick weekend getaway.
When sailing around Mallorca for the first time, a crewed charter would be your best option. With a crew ready to serve you 24*7, you can enjoy your voyage with utmost comfort, luxury and ease.
We offer a variety of motor yachts including hardtop yacht, flybridge yacht, and an open top yacht. Courtesy the vessel’s speed; you can see and do more in a very short time. Starting from 100 feet to 160 feet, motor yachts of all shapes and sizes are available in our collection. Hence, choose the one you prefer for sailing around Mallorca.
Skippered & Bareboat Sailboat Charter Mallorca
A sailboat enables a calm and tranquil sailing experience. Some of the types of sailboats ideal for cruising around the Mediterranean waters are Yawl and Sloop. Sloop is the most common of modern sailboats.
Mediterranean’s calm waters are the perfect setting for a sailboat. Enjoy the warm breeze while basking in the temperate sunshine. With a skipper’s assistance, you will be at ease; however, for people with sailing experience, a bareboat sailboat charter Mallorca is apt to add some thrill and excitement in their voyage.
While yacht chartering in Mallorca, can choose from single sailed, double sailed, or triple sailed vessels. Sailboats of lengths ranging from 50 feet to 120 feet; you can find all of them in our collection. What will you prefer?
Capital of the autonomous community of Balearic Islands, sailing Palma contains one of the largest marinas in Europe. The Catedral-Basilica de Santa Maria is clearly visible from the marina while sailing around Mallorca. The city houses a population of about 401, 270, making it the 12th largest urban area of Spain.
Having deep artistic roots, Palma has multiple art museums and galleries. La Seu, Palma’s vast cathedral is a gothic architecture worth witnessing. Construction of this cathedral continued from 1229 to 1901. A short walk from the Cathedral lays The Rocks. South eastwards of Palma, The Old City enchants visitors with maze-like streets reminiscent of Arabic culture.
Sailing southeast of Palma at a distance of about 42.2 km will take you to Sa Rapita. Es Trenc, Sa Rapita’s 3 km long beach is one of the best beaches in Mallorca with its white sand and clear waters. When you arrive here by yacht chartering in Mallorca, you’ll find the watchtower of ‘Son Duri’ which dates back to 16th century.
Sa Rapita’s remoteness from the main motorway has preserved its pristine coastlines and old buildings. Near to Es Trench, westwards from Sa Rapita, you’ll find the beach of S’Estanyol de Migjorn. This is another beach having serene coves and striking rock formations.
11 miles off the southern coast of Mallorca, Cabrera is a haven for coastal creatures and natural splendour. It was declared a Maritime Terrestrial National Park in 1991; hence, it is uninhabited. Na Picamosques is this island’s highest point with a height of 172 m above sea level.
There are 50 mooring buoys on this island. On July and August, docking permits are given only for 1 night. For June and September, you can receive a permit for 2 nights. For rest of the year, 7-night permits are available. Keep these pointers in mind to avoid any hassle while sailing around Mallorca. An old fortress, Castillo de Cabrera, dating back to 15th century, lies adjacent to the harbour. Just south of this castle, one will find the anchorages for vessels.
Around 60 km south-east of Palma, Cala Figuera is the site of a small traditional fishing community with only 577 permanent residents. It was only around the 19th century when houses first started to appear in this place. Here, you can visit the wide natural harbour of Porto Colom, where you can spend leisurely time fishing. This small village is popular amongst wine connoisseurs. DO Pla I Llevant wine, which is unique to this town, has been distilled here since the Roman age. Rumours have it that Christopher Columbus was born in this place.
Mallorca’s Mediterranean vibe is unique to itself. You must avail yacht chartering in Mallorca if a Spanish experience is in your bucket list. Contact us, and start planning your trip today for sailing Mallorca.