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PARADISE FOR PLEASURE SEEKERS – AT DAY AND AT NIGHT

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In spite of a high Spanish tax, the Balearic Islands have never lost their popularity, but charter yachts sailing the Mediterranean stopped avoiding them only after the recent cancellation of that tax. This reform has made the islands accessible to chartering and the number of yachts sailing there has grown by fifty percent. Each island has its own distinctions, though 300 days of sunny weather per year, bright blue waters, and the bewitching beauty of nature tie together the four main islands that form the Balearics.

The largest of the islands is Mallorca with its chief city of Palma. For decades, Palma has been a center of yachting activities and though crowds of tourists frequent Mallorca, there are lonely anchorages that can only be reached by yacht beyond the city. The neighboring island of Menorca may be less frequented, but it has more beaches than Ibiza and Mallorca in total. A lot of Menorca’s beaches are secluded for yacht exploration and since Menorca is one of the Stone Age relics protected by UNESCO, a shore excursion is advisable.

Ibiza is an island of parties that is famous for its nocturnal entertainment. There are many ideal quiet places for relaxation along the rugged coastline, along with gorgeous restaurants for you to eat at. Tranquility and miles of beaches are intrinsic to the small island of Formentera, unlike the buoyant style of life on Ibiza. Soaking in the southern sun, swimming in crystal clear water, or dancing until dawn – all these things are available to you at the sunlit Balearics and you can enjoy it all when you sail on board your private charter yacht.

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Travel program

Day 1Palma to Isla de Cabrera

After the flight to Palm de Mallorca, go alone the Paseo Maritimo and embark on your yacht where you’ll sail to Isla de Cabrera. You can enjoy the beautiful cover here, examine the 14th century castle, or just use your water toys.

Day 2Isla de Cabrera to Ibiza

Your captain will begin to cover the 70-mile distance before you wake so that you can spend the whole day in this marvelous place. Go shopping, look at whitewashed houses, or examine a Greek temple in a cave. Boutiques function until 2 a.m., bars are open until 4 a.m., and you can dance the night away in a lot of after-hour clubs.

Day 3Ibiza to Formentera

Much calmer than Ibiza, Formentera is an overgrown rosemary island framed by palms and pines called “the Last Eden of the Med”. Enjoy the snow-white sandy beaches, taste the seafood tapas in the small town of Es Pujols, and in the evening have a glass of champagne while marveling at the starlit sky.

Day 4Formentera to Andratx

The fortress town of Andratz on Mallorca is in a good place where it sits over the marvelous harbor. The old city on the hill was in the ward of buccaneers centuries ago, but nowadays there are first-rate shops near the water. Golfers and those who like water toys can join the neighboring Golf de Andratx course with its Green Monster, a 2,000 foot par-five hole.

Day 5Andratx to Puerto Soller

The harbor of Puerto Soller is shaped like a horseshoe with the El Faro beacon at its entrance. It’s possible to mount this lighthouse and enjoy a splendid view of the coast. A taxi can take you to the wonderful village of Deia on the top of a hill. Proclaimed to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Soller is covered by ancient olive trees and aromatic orange copses.

Day 6Puerto Soller to Puerto Pollensa

At this stage, you’ll go to both the legendary Cabo de Formentor called the Devil’s Tail and enter the harbor of Pollensa where the Tramuntana Mountains tower over. It’s nice to play with water toys in the serene inlet. The classic Hotel Formentor where Princess Grace and Prince Rainer spent their honeymoon is where you’ll have dinner.

Day 7 Puerto Pollensa to Palma

After you return to Palma, you’ll be able to see the coastline of Mallorca. Being in the port, you’ll be able to visit the Gothic cathedral that local dwellers call La Seu (Her). Before you fly home, you can walk along the narrow cobbled streets of this old town and taste spicy tapas and Spanish wine.

Yachts available to charter in this region

O’Mega Rates from: €525,000 per week (+ expenses) 82.5M / 270' 8" / Quests30 / Cabin14 / Crew30
Excellence V Rates from: €495,000 per week (+ expenses) 60M / 196' 10" / Quests12 / Cabin7 / Crew15
Axioma Rates from: €490,000 per week (+ expenses) 72M / 236’ 3” / Quests12 / Cabin6 / Crew20
Leander Rates from: $490,000 per week (+ expenses) 75M / 246' 1" / Quests12 / Cabin10 / Crew26
Double Down Rates from: $455,000 per week (+ expenses) 65M / 213' 3" / Quests12 / Cabin9 / Crew18
Mary-Jean II Rates from: €310,000 per week (+ expenses) 61.7M / 202’ 5” / Quests12 / Cabin7 / Crew16
Diamond A Rates from: €270,000 per week (+ expenses) 57.3M / 188' / Quests12 / Cabin9 / Crew15
Aquavita Rates from: $295,000 per week (+ expenses) 49.99M / 164' / Quests12 / Cabin6 / Crew11
Lady Sara Rates from: $250,000 per week (+ expenses) 57M / 187' / Quests12 / Cabin6 / Crew13
Esmeralda Rates from: $230,000 per week (+ expenses) 61.5M / 201’ 9” / Quests12 / Cabin11 / Crew19
Victory Rates from: €200,000 per week (+ expenses) 51.9M / 170' 3" / Quests12 / Cabin7 / Crew11
Lumiere Rates from: €175,000 per week (+ expenses) 49.9M / 163' 9" / Quests12 / Cabin6 / Crew11
Broadwater Rates from: $185,000 per week (+ expenses) 49.68M / 163' / Quests10 / Cabin5 / Crew11
Harmony III Rates from: €160,000 per week (+ expenses) 43.6M / 143' 1" / Quests10 / Cabin5 / Crew9
Tommy Rates from: €140,000 per week (+ expenses) 52M / 170' 7" / Quests12 / Cabin5 / Crew12
Out Rates from: €140,000 per week (+ expenses) 48M / 157' 6" / Quests12 / Cabin6 / Crew10
Deep Blue II Rates from: €130,000 per week (+ expenses) 43.9M / 144' / Quests10 / Cabin5 / Crew9
Alaska of George Town Rates from: €115,000 per week (+ expenses) 43.9M / 144' / Quests9 / Cabin5 / Crew8
Octopussy Rates from: $125,000 per week (+ expenses) 43.59M / 143' / Quests12 / Cabin5 / Crew7
Sima Rates from: €100,000 per week (+ expenses) 39.6M / 129' 11" / Quests10 / Cabin5 / Crew8
Sarita Si Rates from: €80,000 per week (+ expenses) 38.6M / 126' 8" / Quests12 / Cabin6 / Crew9
Gatsby Rates from: €80,000 per week (+ expenses) 30M / 98' 5" / Quests12 / Cabin6 / Crew5
Xarifa 1927 Rates from: €80,000 per week (+ expenses) 49.9M / 163' 9" / Quests12 / Cabin5 / Crew9
Desamis B Rates from: €79,000 per week (+ expenses) 40M / 131' 3" / Quests11 / Cabin5 / Crew8
Madness Rates from: €75,000 per week (+ expenses) 33.4M / 109' 7" / Quests8 / Cabin5 / Crew5
L’Albatros Rates from: €75,000 per week (+ expenses) 43.6M / 143' / Quests12 / Cabin6 / Crew8
Heliad II Rates from: €75,000 per week (+ expenses) 33.5M / 109' 11" / Quests12 / Cabin5 / Crew6
Croce del Sud Rates from: €75,000 per week (+ expenses) 42M / 137' 10" / Quests10 / Cabin5 / Crew12
South Paw C Rates from: €46,000 per week (+ expenses) 34.65M / 113' 8" / Quests12 / Cabin5 / Crew7
Uriamir Rates from: €30,000 per week (+ expenses) 23.83M / 78' / Quests8 / Cabin4 / Crew3
Emmaline Rates from: $32,000 per week (+ expenses) 32.33M / 106' 1" / Quests6 / Cabin3 / Crew4
Skip’N Bou Rates from: $28,000 per week (+ expenses) 24M / 78' 9" / Quests6 / Cabin3 / Crew3
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