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Mallorca

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Yachting in Mallorca

Mallorca, part of the Balearic Islands, is one of Europe's most popular destinations for sailing - and there are plenty of good reasons why so many choose to rent a yacht here. Among other things, the clear blue sea around the islands, as well as the hundreds of beautiful and isolated beaches and coves that can only be achieved aboard a sailboat. Moreover, the Mallorcan cuisine is a great culinary experience.

You will be able to experience the beautiful sailing along the island's pristine northwest coast - with idyllic mountain villages, steep terraced slopes and fragrant lemon groves, almond trees and mimosas. In the middle of Palma de Mallorca's palm-covered coastal promenade, our base - convenient for one last night in the capital and a stroll in the beautiful old town around the cathedral.

The most suitable months for sailing are between May and October – and it is of course also during this period that the waters are most busy. You can also experience great calm weather in December and January.

Mallorca

Mallorca

Sailboat rentals in Mallorca and the Balearics The Balearic Islands are located in such a way that they form a Mediterranean front, which means the local winds are extraordinarily favourable for sailing. The conditions are usually only bad when other fronts dominate, which may occur during the winter months. The calm waters of the natural indentations, bays and calas (inlets), which are found anywhere on Mallorca's coastline, are ideal places to drop anchor. The ideal wind conditions allow inexperienced sailors to practice in a safe environment. In the sheltered bays, beginners can learn to sail without having to worry about the strong wind and threatening waves. During the summer months, thermal winds provide calm sea breezes from early morning to late afternoon. The many bays are well-protected and larger waves are kept away from the coast. However, some calas are more vulnerable than others. Puerto Pollenca is a popular destination for water sports such as kite-surfing. The wind by the coast of Mallorca is normally very reliable and summer winds provide a steady breeze throughout the day, perfect for yachting. Even in the winter months, there are bays in Mallorca that remain protected by the mountains - such as Puerto de Pollenҫa and Port d'Alcúdia. Larger vessels can handle the stronger winds further away from the coast and travel around Mallorca’s 554 km long coastline. In the winter months, the waters in the channel between Mallorca and Menorca can be relatively rough, and waves often hit the east coast of Mallorca. Highlights Mallorca is a part of the Balearic Islands, an archipelago full of contrasts - a cultural mosaic of past and present. Along the south-east coast, you will find deep calas (inlets) that are often only accessible from the sea, impressive caves and small villages where life passes on quietly. In livelier Alcúdia, Port de Sóller and Port d’Andratx, you can dock at atmospheric ports among local fishing boats.
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Jeanneau 44i Premier - 4cab - Sunsail

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