Catamaran Lagoon 40 · 2020
Ibiza Magna, Ibiza (Town), Spain
- 11 beds
- 4 cabins
- 2 bathrooms
- 11.74 m long
- Captain optional
- Full batten mainsail
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Ibiza is not just known as THE party destination in the Mediterranean, it is also known for its beautiful beaches and plenty of relatively secluded bays which are easiest reached by catamaran. Playa d'en Bossa might be one of the most well-known beaches on the island, but there are plenty of other options to choose from off the beaten path. Rent a catamaran in Ibiza to see them all and to plan a super fun party with all your friends on board the catamaran.
Charter a catamaran in Ibiza if you want to sunbathe all day long and explore the most beautiful beaches the island has to offer. Equipped with a shallow draft rather than a keel allows for easy access to the beaches. You don’t have to swim a lot and waste your precious energy in order to see them up close.
Rent a catamaran in Ibiza if you want to stay flexible. As you can choose how you want to drive your boat, you can sail in different kinds of weather and wind conditions. Set your sail when the winds are strong enough and drive with the engine when the winds stop blowing. This means that you don’t have to worry about getting stuck in the middle of the sea. You simply use the engine and drive to your next destination rather than having to wait for the wind to pick up again.
A catamaran rental in Ibiza is perfect for you if you prefer to have a comfortable rather than an adventurous kind of boat holiday. The two hulls allow for bigger rooms and generally more space on board and on deck, making catamarans great for anyone who might be afraid of feeling a bit claustrophobic on board a boat.
A catamaran charter in Ibiza is also great for anyone who easily gets seasick. The two hulls give catamarans some extra stability, making them feel less shaky should the wind suddenly pick up.
Catamarans are bigger than other types of boats, making it difficult to find a spot for mooring. It can also make it more expensive as they would basically take up enough space for two boats.
As catamarans are generally lighter than other boats, they can be a lot slower. This doesn’t make them ideal for longer routes as sailboats would be faster and better equipped for longer journeys that you take all at once.
The island of Ibiza is obviously most famous for its nightlife, but not only. Celebrities and other super rich people regularly visit the island to vacation here for a few days or longer. Chartering a private luxury catamaran in Ibiza will allow you to experience this kind of lifestyle for a week as well. Bring your closest friends and let the party begin.
It is very common for catamarans to be able to fit between 10-12 people. Sure, you can always find smaller or bigger catamarans than this in Ibiza, but it’s the standard size.
Sailing season in Ibiza is between May and October. However, July and August are the most popular months for tourists on the island. You can expect a calm sea and low swells during the summer months. Due to the position of the Balearic islands, they don’t tend to receive super strong winds, only winds that are just strong enough to move a boat forward. As catamarans have a sail as well as an engine you can make use of the winds while they are strong enough and revert to using the engine should they stop blowing.
Chartering a catamaran in Ibiza doesn’t have to break your bank. You can book a catamaran in Ibiza for a week for 3000 or 4000 EUR, although prices will increase during peak season. Sure, there are also luxury catamarans that will cost you around 25.000 EUR per week, but you neither have to go all out if you can’t afford it nor do you need to in order to show off. There are catamarans for every budget in Ibiza.
Anyone who wants to rent a catamaran in Ibiza needs to be in possession of a valid boat license. In general, you need to carry a valid boat license in Spain if you want to rent a boat that is longer than 5 meters long and drives faster than 15 hp.
Don’t have a license or simply don’t want to take care of navigating and operating the catamaran yourself while on vacation? Hire a skipper!
There are plenty of beautiful routes around the Baleares that are perfect for sailing on a catamaran in Ibiza. Discover the island’s most stunning natural wonders and see them up close.
Day 1 - Sail from Eivissa town to Cala Llonga: Before setting sail to spend a day on the beautiful beach of Cala Llonga, make sure you take some time to explore the town of Eivissa, a picturesque seaside town. Visit the Castell d'Eivissa to learn more about Medieval history and to enjoy the amazing views. Cala Llonga is one of the most beautiful beaches in Ibiza, surrounded by turquoise waters and lush green forests, it is the perfect place to get away from the mega parties that Ibiza is known for.
Day 2 - Sail from Cala Llonga to Santa Eularia des Riu: Santa Eularia des Riu is a beautiful municipality on the island of Ibiza filled with lovely quaint towns. There is a beautiful fountain in Carrer Saint Jaume and behind it is a monument honoring the bravery of local fishermen who came to the rescue of people on board the boat named ‘Mallorca’.
Day 3 - Sail from Santa Eularia des Riu to Cala Boix: Cala Boix is a wonderful place to anchor for the night. Amazingly blue water and a sand filled with darker sand is perfect to go for a swim. Watch the sunset here for the most amazing experience. It is quite secluded and perfect to get away from the crowds, but if you get hungry and don’t want to cook yourself, you can always head over to the restaurant by the beach. A catamaran allows you to sail closer to the shore. The cliffs hugging the bay are giving you some extra protection from the wind.
Day 4 - Sail from Cala Boix to Ses Caletes: A beautiful spot with interesting rock formations, Ses Caletes is great to discover the beautiful nature you can find all over Ibiza. Sailing with a catamaran makes it easy to access this part of the island.
Day 5 - Sail from Ses Caletes to Port de San Miguel & Cova de Can Marçà: Cova de Can Marçà truly is one of the most interesting sites you can discover on the island. It looks magical when entering and you will feel like entering a movie set rather than a real life magical landscape. Port de San Miguel lies in a bay where you can safely anchor for the night and go for a swim while enjoying a magical sunset.
Day 6 - Sail from Port de San Miguel to Cala Gracio: Explore Cala Gracio, a stunning cove making you feel like you have arrived in paradise. It can get quite busy in the summer, but the natural beauty of this place is so worth seeing.
Day 7 - Sail from Cala Gracio to Sant Antoni de Portmany & Sa Conillera: If you need a break from sailing and sunbathing, stopping in Sant Antoni is perfect for you. Enjoy a fabulous dinner in one of the many restaurants and visit The Highlander Scottish Pub for a cold drink. The island of Sa Conillera is lying just off the coast and offers a beautiful bay to anchor for the night. Imagine waking up early to watch the sunrise here!
Day 8 - Sail from Sa Conillera to Porroig: The wonderful town of Porroig is going to charm you with the turquoise waters and hilly landscapes surrounding it. There are plenty of stunning beaches you can easily reach by catamaran.
Day 9 - Sail from Porroig to Las Salinas and Eivissa: This magnificent spot in Ibiza is best known for its white sandy beaches, turquoise waters and the celebrities regularly coming here to enjoy their vacation. Las Salinas is truly a magical spot. This is your last stop before heading back to Eivissa.
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