Mallorca, the biggest island out of the famous foursome. Known for the party vibe and hot summers! These islands sometimes get a rep of being only suitable for party lovers. Well, you have never been so wrong! Yes, these islands have a buzzing nightlife, however, the islands themselves are some of the most beautiful in the northern hemisphere.
Over 40% of Mallorca’s wildlife is protected which has created a luscious green island surrounded by dramatic cliffs.
Day 1: Palma, Cabo Blanco and Es Trenc.
Leave Palma port in the southwest direction and run by Cabo Blanco with its stunning cliffs.
Shortly after Cape Blanco is the entrance to Cala Pi, enter it and swim! After Cala Pi, sail the coast of S ‘Estanyol and Sa Rápita.
Anchor and spend the night in the southeast part of the beach of Es Trenc surrounded by the dark green of the pine woods.
Day 2: Es Trenc, Cabo Salinas and Porto Colom.
Head to the National Park of the Archipelago of Cabrera, certainly worth a visit.
When you pass the Cape Salinas, you will be sailing the east coast of Mallorca where you will find numerous coves to anchor and swim.
You can enter the Natural Park of Cala Mondragó and anchor in turquoise waters with white sandy bottoms, however, there are often many visitors on land.
Day 3: Porto Colom, Porto Cristo and Cala Ratjada.
Sail along the coast of Porto Cristo. This region is known as Calas de Mallorca -the coast of the coves.
Take a swim and snorkel around the shallows, or use the water toys aboard your yacht!
Spend the night in the port of Cala Ratjada, with the calm waters offering a stillness perfect for relaxing.
Day 4: Cala Ratjada to Cala Formentor.
The fourth day will be spent sailing through the bays of Alcudia and Pollensa.
The coasts and beaches of the two bays are great and have many choices for anchoring.
We recommend spending the night in Cala Formentor moored to a buoy.
Day 5: Cala Formentor to Port de Soller.
Leave by Cap Formentor – a great place for scuba diving, with much of the local wildlife being able to be spotted here.
Navigate through the rugged north coast of Mallorca with the Sierra Tramuntana.
You should visit Sa Calobra and Torrent de Pareis to reach anchor and spend the night in the Port of Soller.
Day 6: Port de Soller to Port d’Andratx.
Sail from Port de Sóller and head southwest while viewing the Sierra de Tramuntana to port.
During this journey, you will see Cala Deia, Sa Foradada, Port of Valdemosa, Banyalbufar and Estellencs. Perfect spot for a swim.
Later, you will enter the channel Dragonera to arrive at the Port of Andratx to spend the night in a sheltered anchorage.
Day 7: Port d’Andratx to Palma Port.
Leave the Port of Andratx towards the city of Palma for disembarkation.
Visiting the island of Toro and Malgrats, the bay of Santa Ponsa and Playa del Mago.
Make your way back to Palma Port where you will depart from your yacht, having had a truly memorable holiday!
We have a great range of yachts in Mallorca waiting for people to create memories on! We have a range of yachts for different purposes and itineraries. Get in touch to secure your yacht for this Summer!
Welcoming you on board at 12 noon, your crew will be ready to get you settled in on your yacht. Onc will serve you a delightful lunch on deck as you depart from Juan Les Pins. Cruise towards Roquebrune Cap Martin, and take in the stunning natural beauty of the Medieval Castle and mountains in the distance.
Moor in the bay and take the chance to dive into the stunning blue waters of this natural inlet, or perhaps relax on the foredeck of your yacht as you soak up the afternoon sun, before cruising to Santo Stefano Al Mare. Take the time to freshen up and have a relaxed drink on your aft deck before heading to Aigua Beach and Restaurant for dinner; enjoy some incredible Italian cuisine and stroll the beautiful promenade at dusk.
Day 2 – Santo Stefano Al Mare to St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat
Enjoying a leisurely breakfast on board, leave Italy behind and head back towards France. St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat is your next stop, but first, stop along the way to take a dip and try out the water toys on board! For lunch, your chef on board will have prepared a delicious meal for you to enjoy before you arrive at St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat.
Take in the views of Beaulieu-sur-Mer and Eze, mooring near Paloma Beach; head onto land and settle in for the afternoon at Paloma Beach with some cocktails before swimming in the sparkling waters.
Day 3 – Cap Ferrat to Billionaire’s Bay, disembark Juan les Pins
Wake up to a lovely breakfast on board, as you relax whilst cruising towards Billionaire’s Bay for a swim. Head back to Juan les Pins; sadly this is where you must disembark at midday after your incredible charter! Make sure to contact Boatbookings in future and leave us a review on social media; we love to see your pictures.
Look no further than the BVI for a yacht charter destination that offers an activity to suit everyone in your group. With everything from thrilling party scenes to untouched reserves ideal for diving and snorkeling, you can guarantee that each charter guest will have an amazing and memorable trip.
If you’re lucky, the dates of your charter will fall around the famous BVI Full Moon Parties. Not to be confused with the rowdier Thai event, you can enjoy island music, fabulous food and cocktails under the light of the full moon.
With famous islands such as Santorini and Mykonos making up part of this beautiful area of the Greek Cyclades coastline, it is easy to imagine, with the images brought to mind, as to why this is such a popular holiday destination. The quaint whitewash streets and stunning scenery are world-renowned with each inhabited island having its own individual culinary specialties to make this a vibrant and exciting charter destination this summer.Due to the beautifully warm climate – ideal for sunbathing, but not so good for agriculture – the inhabitants of the islands rely largely on getting their fresh produce from the sea, making their seafood dishes exceptionally tasty with beautiful tangy flavours of the Aegean Sea. One of the only creatures that seems to thrive on land here is sheep and goats, who often roam freely on the islands which produce the beautiful cheese often associated with this area of the world.