OUR DESTINATIONS 2020 / 2021
Cruise around Mallorca, in the heart of the Balearic Islands
From april until october 2020
I invite you to come to a sailor's paradise and playground for coastal navigation: around Mallorca or Ibiza and Formentera, all islands are ready to explore! Our sailing program will be adapted to the weather and your desires. Duration of our navigations can vary around 30 minutes - 2 hours.
Following is an example of what a 6 days program can looks like.
This is only a suggestion, as it will be adapted to the the weather forecasts and your desires.
First day: Port de la Rapita
Rendez-vous at the harbor of La Rapita in the south of Mallorca where you can hop on board.
Isla Gavina in the evening
A calm creek with turquoise colored waters and a peaceful sunset, makes this one perfect as our first anchor spot where we will spent the night.
Second day: Cala de Caragol at noon
Difficult to reach by land makes this long wild beach one of Mallorca's best kept secrets. Crystal clear water, soft white sand, easy swimming and no facilities whatsoever are only some of its qualities.
Ile de Cabrera by night
Ten miles south below Mallorca we will find the natural reserve of the Island Cabrera, which remains uninhabited still today. Its flora and fauna reigns the wild landscape.
Third day: Cala Santanyi at noon
Its landscape is located between sea and land, where irrigated crops alternate with natural vegetation. Santanyi beach is truly beautiful, distinguished by its tranquility and particular sunsets.
Port Colom by night
A fishing port on the east coast of Mallorca, that seduces with its colorful houses and a well-preserved environment. Without a doubt one of the most magical places on the island!
Fourth day: Cala Magraner at noon
A cove that splits into two intimate beaches, surrounded by high cliffs that offer a splendid view of the open sea.
Cala Barques by night
This small cove has a beach with transparent waters and a large rock emerging from the sea that you can swim towards, and have a look at what lives below…. If you like snorkeling as much as we do we can show you around its marine life, armed with masks, tubas and flippers!
Fifth day: Cala Agulla at noon
A long clear sandy beach, backed by a pine forest…
Porto Cristo by night
A picturesque old fishing port that hides some magnificent caves.
Sixth day: Cala Morlanda at noon
The water here is wonderfully clear and fantastic for snorkeling. We could spent hours watching this very present underwater life unfold!
Cala Molto by night
A beautiful Mediterranean cove, surrounded by a pine forest.
Seventh day: Port de Pollença
In a magnificent bay, this harbor has the charm of a small mountain village. The alleys and staircases intertwine and take you onto the hills for a great view on its surroundings and to take you back to land.
Cruise in the French Antilles for some winter sun !
Around Martinique and Saint-Vincent & the Grenadines
From december 8th 2020 until april 2021
6 days, 10 days or 14 days program
For those in need of some serious sailing holidays, we definitely recommend the Caribbean. With its constant Eastern wind, the Antillian Archipel is at your feet to sail through. Never a dull day without wind. So let's go island hopping, starting in la Martinique, and depending on your time on board we will be able to visit Grenada, Tobago Cays, ... Navigations will take around 3 to 5 hours to arrive to the islands.
Important footnote : To visit all of these wonderful islands, you will need to bring your passport.
Example of what a 6 days program looks like :
We’ll depart from the harbor Le Marin (Martinique), and sail towards Anse d’Arlets with its crystal clear waters for some snorkeling-swimming time out. The next day we’ll set sail towards Saint Lucia and Marigot Bay, one of the most incredible bays around. Closed in by mountains on 3 sides. It is a real haven of inner peace. The third day we’re visiting gorgeous Anse Cochon, also perfect for some snorkeling around. The fourth day we’ll stop by the harbor of Rodney Bay, a picturesque small village of fishermen. This would be the right timing for treating yourself on eating langoustes or lambis by the seaside. The fifth day we’ll circle back to the bay of Saint Anne in Martinique. It is well known for its pearl white beaches.. That means coconuts and refreshment on the program! The sixth and last day, you’ll wake up with the sight of Saint Anne’s bay and you’ll have time for a last swim, before heading back slowly towards the Le Marin harbor for 2 PM.
A longer program, such as 10 days, will give us the time and freedom to explore even more of the Antillian Arc. Such as the splendid Grenada Islands, Tobago Cays (also called the island of ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’), Britania Bay at Moustique Island and Baliceaux!