(Since we sail the coast for 7 days, you can embark or disembark, organizing it beforehand, in any port between Denia and Cartagena, on the way or on the way back to adapt the journey to your personal needs).
We will leave the port of Denia (El Portet) at around 4:00 PM to ESE (129º) to turn Cape San Antonio at the foot of Mogó and visit briefly Jávea (5mn), to go to sleep at Moraira (12mn), or at anchor in the shelter of Cape Punta Moraira, or if the weather conditions require it, moored in its beautiful port. To dine and rest after the walk through the town or gathering in the light of the moon.
The next day to get up early as good sailors and heading SSO (228 º) to travel the coast to be able to Alicante entering any of the ports or anchoring in some pleasant place, Calpe, Altea Beach, Las Granadellas, Villajollosa etc and taking advantage of that rest to have a good appetizer / lunch. We will try to arrive at sunset in Alicante to have dinner and sleep in port and to go out for a walk around the city. To sleep tranquilitos in port that we will have won, and the next day as every day to get up early that way the day is longer and will give us more time to stop at the ports or anchorages that we want.Torrevieja, La Manga .. On our return from Cartagena, we will do a couple of night trips to practice guards and night navigation for volunteers.
Monday morning to sail to Torrevieja to eat. Breakfast halfway according to what suits us. And then with the siestita that has no guard, quietly to dine and sleep in La Manga if we do not find something better.
On Tuesday it will be good for us to leave at a good hour too, in order to get to Cartagena early to enjoy the city that is worthwhile. We will manage during the trip to have breakfast and eat as we want.
We will spend the day and the night in Cartagena, and according to what we decide and meteo, we will plan the return to arrive at Denia on Friday night / Saturday at the latest. We have Sunday as a cushion in case the weather does not help us.
On Wednesday we will pick up Marta who, due to her work, joins the crossing that day, and on Monday we will have picked up Mercedes, who can not arrive before on personal matters either. We will be where we ship them for your comfort according to the trips you plan.
When we arrive in Cartagena we will have traveled more or less 126-130 nautical miles. And the return is not supposed to be done like Ulysses on his return from Troy and it will be the same.
We have time and margin to plan a nice return.
Surely time will be with us!