BOARDING: Saturday, at 3:30 p.m. in the port of Premià de Mar (Barcelona).
DISEMBARKATION: The following Saturday, throughout the day depending on the crossing (orientatively, 12 noon).
DAY 1: AWARDS-MALLORCA.
Reception and boarding at 3:30 p.m. The sailboat is now 100% fueled. Shopping list and purchases. Stowage. Accommodation. Preparation for night navigation. Know the ship Sailboat maneuvers, Planning the defeat. Meteorology. Security and guards. Management of electronics (Radar, AIS, Plotter). RIPA review. Organization of an abandonment.
We will set sail between 8:00 p.m. and 11:00 p.m. heading north of Mallorca, initially towards Cala Tuent. During the crossing, we will make 2-hour watches and we will position ourselves periodically on the chart.
DAY 2: NORTH MALLORCA (100 mn)
We will arrive at Cala Tuent between noon and afternoon, before 4:00 p.m. Anchorage, food and rest. According to general condition, zodiac swollen and land ride. We sleep at anchor. Night watch. Taking bearings to fixed points.
DAY 3: TUENT-SANT ELM (30 min)
We will get up early, have breakfast and head towards Sant Elm, on the west coast of Mallorca. We will pass by Sa Calobra, we will leave Sóller by port side and we will anchor to eat in Sa Foradada. We will arrive at Sant Elm through the passage through Dragonera, interpreting the specific wind and current conditions in the area. We will make the stops depending on the speed we can achieve sailing... the area between Dragonera and Sant Elm is ideal for a sail trimming workshop. Anchorage, dinner and sleep. Checks for Posidonea protection. Use of official apps.
DAY 4: SANT ELM-ES TRENC (35 min)
First thing in the morning we will head for the Es Trenc sandbank, a wide and calm anchorage. We will leave Andratx, the bay of Palma, on the port side… We can anchor along the way to eat. We will learn to use the directions. In Es Trenc, we will take the opportunity to carry out man overboard maneuvers under sail. We will sleep at anchor.
DAY 5: ES TRENC-CABRERA (11 min)
We will get up early and head to Cabrera where, depending on the permits obtained, we will moor to a daytime buoy or we will sleep on the island. We will do our best to be able to disembark on it, walk a bit and have dinner in the only bar on the island.
DAY 6: CABRERA-BAHÍA DE ARTÁ (37 nm).
We will get up early again and head towards the Bay of Artá, on the east coast of Mallorca. Coasting, we will look at the main accessible ports of the coast and we will pass through some coves. We will sleep in Artá, anchored.
DAY 7: ARTÀ BAY-CALA MURTA. (27 min)
The end is near. We will sail from Artá to the Bay of Pollensa. We will arrive at Cala Murta, where we will rest for a few hours before heading back to the coast of Barcelona around 8:00 p.m.
DAY 8: CALA MURTA-PREMIÀ DE MAR (100 mn)
We will prepare for another night navigation and… back to the Peninsula! When mooring, we will liquidate the diesel expenses and those that could have been derived from the experience.
*The proposed program could vary depending on the weather or at the proposal of the group.