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A half-day cruise — Mallorca

Duration

Regular event

Team level

Beginners

Activity level

Moderate

Event Language

Russian, English
A half-day cruise — Mallorca
About event

Start:07157 Port d'Andratx, Illes Balears, Spain

Finish:07157 Port d'Andratx, Illes Balears, Spain

A half-day cruise — Mallorca

Join us for a breathtaking trip to some of the most beautiful calas of Mallorca. We are based in the southwest of the island, in the idyllic Port Andratx which is just around the corner of one of the island's most beautiful nature reserves, Dragonera.

From here we will set our sails to the pristine waters of the island, with a good chance to even spot dolphins along the way. We will drop by the famous UNESCO world heritage of the Tramuntana or to one of the secluded little beaches that are to be found around the island.

We can also be booked for a trip into one of the most breathtaking sunsets one can experience, where we will offer you a variety of selected drinks and snacks to make your experience onboard a lasting memory.

Events schedule

  • Half-day sailing

    Half-day cruises are perfect for people not used to yachting or with a limited budget. We will be sailing at a cruising speed of between 4 and 6 knots visiting the most beautiful bays on the southwestern tip of Mallorca, stopping to drink, snack and swim. We offer an experience like no other.

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Location

Mallorca (or Majorca) is the largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands, with a long and fascinating history. Outside Palma, Mallorca’s capital city, highlights include Valldemossa, Serra de Tramuntana and Sóller. In the north, Alcúdia has Roman remains, Cap Formentor offers breathtaking views, and there’s the attractive town and port of Pollensa. In the southwest, visit Santa Ponsa, Andratx town and port, and the luxury marina of Puerto Portals. East coast resorts include Cala d’Or and the tranquil former fishing village of Porto Colom.

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