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Week-long voyage Mallorca - Cabrera

Port of departure: Palma de Mallorca, Spain
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The skipper: Daniel, 32 years old
This itinerary gives us the opportunity to sail along the most representative points of the island of Mallorca. In addition, we will have the opportunity to visit a wide variety of coves and almost virgin beaches, protected reserves or almost inaccessible places of the largest of the Balearic Islands.

The landscape variety will make navigation and anchorage a delight. We will go to places as privileged as the Tramontana Coast of Mallorca and the National Park of the Cabrera Archipelago.

The final itinerary to follow will depend on the weather conditions, group preferences, etc.
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Activity dedicated to
  • Nature
  • Adventure
  • Vacation on the water
  • Family vacations
First day:
19:30 Boarding and accommodation in cabins.
(CM San Antonio de la Playa, Mallorca)
20:30 Briefing of security on board.
Note: Dinner not included

Second day:
07:30 Sailing CM San Antonio de la Playa - Cala Vella (45 min)
8:30 Breakfast at anchor in Cala Vella.
11:30 We leave for Es Trenc (2h 30min).
14:00 Arrival at the stunning beach of Es Trenc.
15:00 Lunch, after which we can enjoy the beach. A few minutes walk, in Ses Covetes, it is usual that every summer night there is a concert in one of its beach bars. Therefore, we can spend the night in Es Trenc and have a drink while we enjoy live music.
The other option is to sail to Cala Es Caragol and anchor to make night.
9:00 PM Dinner

Third day:
08:00 Breakfast.
9:00 Sailing to the National Park of the Cabrera Archipelago. (2h)
11:00 Arrival at Cala de Es Burri, Cabrera.
Option: visit and snorkel in the Blue Cave.
14:00 Lunch at anchor in Es Burri.
15:20 Sailing to the natural port of Cabrera.
17:00 We will have the possibility of making a visit on foot. With luck we will have one of the park guides to explain the history of the archipelago and its flora and fauna.
9:30 PM Dinner We sleep anchored in the natural harbor of Cabrera.

Fourth day:
06:30 We head to Cala Varques, one of our favorite spots on the Mallorcan east coast. (4h 45 min).
8:30 Breakfast in navigation.
11:15 We anchored in Cala Varques, where we can enjoy a swim, take a walk in the vicinity, snorkel or even explore by kayak. In addition, there are several beautiful caves (and very easy) that will be waiting for us to be explored (like the Cave of Es Coloms).
14:30 Lunch.
16:30 Heading towards Cala Moltó, in the Marine Reserve of Llevant de Mallorca (3h)
19:30 Arrival at Cala Moltó, where we will anchor for the night.
21:00 Dinner
Option: Disembark at Cala Ratjada to enjoy its nightlife.

Fifth day:
08:30 Breakfast.
09:30 We head towards Cala Torta or Cala Matzoc, to enjoy its deserted beaches in full nature reserve (40 min).
12:30 Departure to Playa des Coll Baix, an impressive sandy beach surrounded by cliffs (2h).
14:30 We anchored in Coll Baix to eat and relax.
18:30 We set off for Cala Murta (50 min) or Cala Figuera (1h 30 min), where we will anchor for the night.
9:30 PM Dinner

Sixth day:
07:30 We leave for Sa Calobra (4h), going through some of the magical corners of the Tramontana Coast like Es Colomer.
Breakfast in navigation.
12:00 We anchored in the impressive Sa Calobra, where we can visit the Torrent de Pareis.
14:30 Lunch.
16:00 Sailing to Cala Tuent (30 min) to take a dip.
18:00 We leave for Sa Foradada (1h 45 min).
20:00 We anchored to spend the night in this magnificent enclave of the Tramontana, from where we can enjoy one of the best sunsets in Mallorca. Another option to anchor is Cala Deiá.
9:30 PM Dinner
Option 1: There is the possibility of having dinner at a beach bar where the star dish is paella cooked with firewood (you have to reserve with time).
Option 2: We tie up in Puerto de Sóller to spend the night and have a drink in your beach bar.

Seventh day:
08:00 Breakfast.
09:00 We sail to Cala de Es Camp de Mar or Cala Blanca (4h).
13:00 We anchor in time for the beer hour.
14:30 Lunch.
16:30 Rumbo Cala Portals Vells (1h 30min).
18:00 We anchored in Cala Portals Vells, where we will spend the night.
9:00 PM Dinner
Option: Stay overnight moored at the San Antonio de la Playa Maritime Club (Can Pastilla).

Eighth day:
8:00 Breakfast.
09:00 We set course for Can Pastilla (1h 45 min).
10:30 Arrival at the San Antonio de la Playa Maritime Club, where we will disembark. (If possible in the port, although you may have to disembark on the beach).

The third day we could sail to Menorca and spend the night in Cala Algaiarens (north coast), a wonderful place. This would mean that we would end the trip in Puerto de Sóller instead of Can Pastilla.
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Included in the price
  • Final cleaning
  • Meals on board
  • Professional skipper
  • Bed linens
  • Gas
  • Tender
Not included in the price
  • Moorings
Additional information
Full board (water included)
Crew (skipper / dive instructor, cook / sailor)
Accommodation in double cabins.
Sheets and towels.
Final cleaning.
Boat insurance and passenger insurance.
2 kayaks, auxiliary pneumatics and outboard.

WE DO NOT INCLUDE - EXTRAS (The extras can be paid at the end of the trip).

Expenditure that supposes to fill the tanks of water of the ship in different ports to the contracted ones (never it is necessary if we are careful).
Boya Cabrera: about € 65 to divide among all passengers.
Mooring Port of Can Pastilla: about € 100 to divide between all passengers.
Puerto Sóller marina mooring: about € 100 to divide among all passengers.
Drinks: you are free to embark what you want. In any case, we sell soft drinks, beers, etc. on board.

DIVING BAPTISM: € 75 first dive. € 45 successive dives.
DIVING (certified divers): € 15 one dive / € 55 pack four dives.
Possibility of doing diving courses for groups that hire the complete boat.
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Palma de Mallorca, Spain
The boat
Boat prepared specifically to combine sailing and diving comfortably

Great habitability and comfort. In addition to the living room-kitchen and three bathrooms, we have five double cabins and the convertible sofa in double bed that give us an unbeatable design to enjoy the sea.

The total capacity is twelve people (with two crew members), although we normally recommend groups of eight or nine passengers to travel more comfortably. However, trips for groups of ten can be organized on request.

In addition, the boat has all the equipment and materials necessary for diving. We also have a diving compressor on board. In this way, we have everything we need to submerge without the need to return to port.

In turn, we have a very useful auxiliary boat, kayaks and of course with all the safety equipment recommended both for navigation and for recreational diving.
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  • Model:Bénéteau - Cyclades 50.5
  • Capacity:12 spots
  • Length:15.30 m
  • Cabins:6
  • Year:2009
  • Bathrooms:0
  • GPS
  • Life jackets
  • VHF
  • Sounding line
  • Electric windlass
  • Autopilot
  • Wind equipment
  • Tender
  • Shower
  • Diving equipment
  • Bimini
  • TV
Meet Daniel, the skipper
32 years old
Verified professional skipper
Passionate about the sea, diving and life in general. Very grateful to be living what was once a dream. One of the main objectives: to enjoy everything possible with our passengers of this adventure.
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