Catamaran Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 · 2015
La Lonja Marina, Palma, Spain
- Crew included
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A catamaran rental in Mallorca gives you the opportunity to explore the island from a different perspective and to reach even remote beaches that you get to enjoy by yourself. Yes, there are the big parties in Palma some people come to Mallorca for, but there are also secluded beaches where you can swim in turquoise waters. A wonderful holiday experience you wouldn’t want to miss!
One of the most amazing things about a catamaran rental in Mallorca is the fact that you can easily access all the pretty beaches and hidden coves. Catamarans have a shallow draft, making it the perfect water vehicle to explore the Mallorcan coast and its hidden treasures.
A catamaran charter in Mallorca also gives you the opportunity to sail with the winds or revert to using the engine, depending on the wind conditions. This gives you way more flexibility than you would get with a different kind of boat. You won’t ever have to worry about getting stuck in the middle of the sea should the wind suddenly stop blowing, simply use your engine.
Rent a catamaran in Mallorca if you crave a super relaxing and more luxurious kind of boat holiday. Catamarans generally come with a lot more space - on board and on deck. You can comfortably sleep in your cabin without feeling like you're stuck in a super small space on the water. You will feel more like sleeping in a lovely hotel room that might move a little.
Charter a catamaran in Mallorca if you easily get seasick. Boats shaking heavily from left to right is not a fun undertaking anyway, but having a sensitive stomach can make it even worse. Standing on two hulls gives catamarans a lot more stability than other types of boats. You won’t feel it moving as much either. While you might hear the water hitting the bridge between the two hulls louder as the wind picks up, you still won’t really feel it when staying on board the catamaran.
One of the downsides of a catamaran charter in Mallorca is the fact that catamarans are quite big. Well, definitely bigger than other types of boats. This can pose some difficulties when trying to find a mooring spot at one of the marinas - especially during the busy summer months when the marinas are crowded and one yacht after the other tries to squeeze into their designated spot.
A luxury catamaran charter in Mallorca is perfect for anyone who has the necessary funds and wants to enjoy a holiday on a yacht to the fullest with all the amenities you dream of. Most luxury catamarans come with a full crew to make your holiday most comfortable.
In general, the standard size of a catamaran can fit between 10-12 people. This is also the case for a catamaran charter in Mallorca. You might want to find a catamaran that is smaller or bigger than this, but they are unfortunately not so easy to come by. You really need to search for them.
Sailing season in Mallorca lasts from April until October, but the summer months July and August are the busiest of the year. The temperatures reach their highs, there is very little to no rain and the temperature of the sea makes it incredibly pleasant to swim in. Wind speeds can reach 10 knots. This makes it perfect to power a catamaran in Mallorca, but is also not too challenging. Novice sailors will be happy to practice their skills here during the summer months.
A catamaran rental in Mallorca doesn’t have to be crazy expensive. In fact, renting a catamaran in Spain generally costs an average of 111 EUR per person per day. Sure, there are more luxury catamarans which definitely come with a hefty price tag, but you don’t need to spend a fortune if you don’t want to. There are different kinds of catamarans available in Mallorca that fit every budget.
If you want to rent a catamaran in Mallorca that is longer than 5 metres and can drive at more than 15hp, you need to carry a valid boat licence. If you carry the so-called Licencia de Navegación, you are allowed to operate boats that are not longer than 6 metres, but with the restriction of driving only up to two miles away from the coast.
A catamaran charter in Mallorca is probably your dream, because you want to relax and sunbathe on all the remote beaches that are best reached by boat and away from the crowds. Sail along the coast and stop by the most beautiful spots to watch the sunset, to relax or simply enjoy the wonders of mother nature.
Day 1 - Sail from Port d'Andratx to Sant Elm: In Port d'Andratx you should visit the Liedtke Museum - don’t worry, it’s not like your typical museum. You will have unforgettable culinary experiences instead. Whether you opt for the Art dinner or the Sunday brunch with live music, the museum caters to all kinds of people. If you are into golf, you shouldn’t miss out on playing a round of golf at Golf d’Andratx. In Sant Elm you have to relax at Platja de Sant Elm and swim in the turquoise waters or go scuba diving.
Day 2 - Sail from Sant Elm to Cala Estellencs: Before heading to your next destination, you should head over to Mirador amores San Telmo for some stunning views. Once you arrive in Cala Estellencs there is one thing you should do: Relax! Swim in the turquoise waters while taking in the breathtaking view of Mallorca’s west coast. The red cliffs and the lush green trees create a wonderful landscape you won’t easily forget.
Day 3 - Sail from Cala Estellencs to Platja Port des Canonge: Platja Port des Canonge is a stunning beach that is located in a safe, but small cove. Enjoy and make sure to capture all the holiday feels by camera so that you can look back on these beautiful times and remember your boat holiday on a catamaran in Mallorca.
Day 4 - Sail from Platja Port des Canonge to Cova de Sa Foradada: This little piece of land stretches out like a little hand from the island and offers some very impressive views. In Cova de Sa Foradada you should go on land and discover not just the beautiful beach, but also the small caves and interesting rock formations.
Day 5 - Sail from Cova de Sa Foradada to Cala Deià: The impressive cove that is Cala Deià is definitely worth a visit when cruising around Mallorca on a catamaran. Swim in the crystal clear water amongst impressive cliffs and lush green flora and fauna.
Day 6 - Sail from Cala Deià to Port de Sóller: Port de Sóller is one of the more bustling stops on your catamaran boat trip around Mallorca. The little seaside town offers impressive landscapes from mountains to beaches with palm trees as well as stunning little houses that truly remind you that you are on an island in the Mediterranean.
Day 7 - Sail from Port de Sóller to Tuent Beach: Tuent Beach is conveniently and safely located in a small bay surrounded by beautiful green trees. It is a popular spot for sailors to stop for the night, so be prepared to share the space - not on board, but the water outside.