The continuing star of the Mediterranean has got to be the island of Mallorca. With sunshine from April to October, glistening turquoise waters, over 200 miles of stunning coastline and hundreds of beaches and coves only accessible by sea, it is no wonder that people flock to the island year after year. There is no better way to discover the beauty of Mallorca than by sea aboard a stunning classic yacht.
Jerry Mulligan survived as an American in Paris, and WHY NOT I is doing even better as a Turkish gulet in Ibiza! Accommodating up to 8 guests in 4 en suite cabins, she is available to charter from 10,850 € per week, a great way to see Ibiza in a different light!
WHY NOT I, a Ketch 24, is a fabulous motor sailer – a combination of both contemporary and classical. Built to the highest standards this ensures that she is stable and a delight to cruise when at sea. With a beam of over 20 feet, this gives you an idea of how spacious she is, with plenty of room for all guests on board.
Whether you choose to cruise under sail or motor, you can relax on deck and enjoy all the stunning views that Ibiza has to offer. The deck is sprawling, offering you the chance to sunbather throughout the day, and indulge in some moonlit al fresco dining in the evenings. Her experienced crew will ensure that you are well looked after throughout your charter, and will happily cater to your request. Whether you want to enjoy the amazing Mediterranean cuisine or you have some more specific requirements, the crew will arrange the menu to suit your needs.
Tempted to charter in Ibiza? At www.boatbookings.com, we welcome everyone from sailing professionals to complete novices and will help you at every step of the way to make your dreams a reality. We have a team of highly skilled professionals who are extremely knowledgeable in their destinations and will be able to help you with any questions you may have.
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