Full Day Charter sailing the Mallorca coast
This is offered as a Private or Shared Yacht Charter
The day charter begins with a welcome glass of Cava served whilst introductions are made and a safety and orientation briefing is given.
We sail for about an hour, either out to sea or along the coast, depending on wind direction. You are welcome to help with the handling of the boat, steering, hauling sails, for as much or as little time as you wish.
Our first stop in one of the many secluded bays near Cala d'Or will be for about half an hour. Here you can swim in the clear waters, snorkel by the rocks, relax in the sun while we serve drinks.
Sailing on to another cala, perhaps north to Porto Colom or south to stunning Cala Llombards, we drop anchor to serve you a delicious meal, accompanied by local Mallorca wines.
After a final swim or a relaxing 'siesta' after lunch we may either sail to another bay or out to sea for an exhilerating end to the afternoon.
Shared Charter - 130 € per person, including summer lunch and open bar. Maximum 12 guests on board, minimum 6 guests to sail.
Private Charter - Please request a quotation
Starting at 10:00
Cala D'or to Porto Colom
Sailing out of the Marina Cala d'Or known as Cala Llonga, we get our first view of the sea sparkling in the sun light as we pass the sandy beach of Cala d' Or on the left and many millionaires villas on the right. We hoist the sails and have our first view of Cala Gran where, the sea-bed has been declared a protected site.
Out to sea, we set the sails for the wind and head for Cala Ferrera and Cala Esmeralda. After a short stop for swimming we sail to Porto Colom for lunch with views of the many boats on moorings and the marina. Returning to Cala d'Or we stop at Cala Sa Nau to admire the Bronze age buildings dating from 3000 BC that surround this scenic bay. 500 meters along the coast is the secluded bay of Cala Mitjana, famous locally for the imposing mansion overlooking the sea, reputedly built by the founder of Repsol Oil Company.
Cala Dor to Cala Llombards
Leaving Cala Llonga with a favorable wind we pass Es Forti, a 500 year old fort built to protect the Cala from Pirates. The first bay we pass is Cala Egos, with its sheer 20m cliffs, its a favorite stopping point for people to experience cliff-diving.
Approximately 10km south is Cala Figuera, the beautiful antiquated fishing port, where the locals unload their fishing catch every afternoon. After a short break we sail on to the bay of Cala Santanyi and see the unusual rock formations caused by millions of years of erosion.
Anchoring in Cala Llombards for lunch, you can swim in the crystal blue waters before we sail back on the way stopping at the bay of Cala Mondrago, Cala S'Amarrador, Cala Barca and Cala des Borgit. Mondrago Park and the beaches are listed as an area of 'Outstanding Natural Beauty'.
Porto Petro is a stunning natural port with 20m depth making it a popular mooring for large sailing ships to berth for a night whilst cruising the Balearic Islands. We stop here for a final swim, before raising anchor and sailing back to Cala d'Or harbour.