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High-altitude sailing - Canary Islands and Wild Islands Week

Port of departure: Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Espa
900€ Per personFull boat
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The skipper: Manuel, 44 years old
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Week of sailing through the Atlantic seas, sharing life on board and sailing through spectacular archipelagos.

It is a perfect journey to learn to navigate in extreme conditions, overcoming the trade winds and acquiring knowledge of high-altitude navigation.

Of course, it is also a perfect occasion to discover incredible areas of the Canary Islands and pay a visit to the Wild Islands of Portugal, a group of uninhabited islands whose structure and fauna will delight our senses.

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We leave from Gran Canaria and head to Fuerteventura (Morro Jable)

Morro Jable, Puerto Rosario
We will visit the capital of Fuerteventura, an art paradise thanks to its beautiful sculpture park and the streets and buildings of the city, where we can see picturesque murals.

Puerto Rosario, Lobos Island, Arrecife
We sail towards Arrecife, visiting the spectacular Isla de Lobos and, if we are lucky, also exotic birds and cetaceans. Upon arriving at Arrecife, in Lanzarote, we will realize the high historical-cultural importance of the town, due in large part to its extensive collection of monuments and exhibition centers, which together with its church and its castle make up a large number of sites. of interest,. Of course, the friendliness of its inhabitants and its legendary traditions help to make this excellent impression.

Arrecife, La Graciosa
We will cross El Río, a nickname given to the narrow arm of the sea that separates the islands of Lanzarote and La Graciosa. This island, by the way, has been officially considered for a few years as the eighth island of the Canary archipelago.

DAYS 5 and 6
La Graciosa, Wild Islands (Portugal)
Perhaps the great moment of the journey will take place with this navigation to the Wild Islands, an archipelago belonging to Portugal and located 175 kilometers from the Canary Islands. These are three uninhabited islands and respectively called Big Wild, Small Wild and Fora Island or Wild Island, which along with six other small islets give color to waters that are considered one of the best areas on the planet to spot cetaceans and seabirds.

DAYS 6 and 7
Wild Islands, Gran Canaria
Once we have contemplated for 48 hours this spectacular archipelago of the Wild Islands, which will have delighted us with its landscapes and fauna, we will return to the base port of Gran Canaria, enjoying of course the return journey where we will have the opportunity to share experiences about the moments lived.

* This plan is indicative, it will finally depend on the weather.
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Included in the price
  • Meals on board
  • Gas
  • Moorings
  • Fishing equipment
Not included in the price
  • Travel to the boat
Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Espa
Canary Islands
The boat
A boat prepared for the realization of crossings: well conditioned, with many miles made and experience in all oceans and seas.
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  • Model:Bavaria Yachts - 49 pies
  • Capacity:12 spots
  • Length:15.00 m
  • Cabins:5
  • Year:2004
  • Bathrooms:3
  • GPS
  • Radar
  • Life jackets
  • VHF
  • Sounding line
  • Electric windlass
  • Autopilot
  • Wind equipment
  • Generator
  • Tender
  • Shower
  • Diving equipment
  • Bimini
  • Fishing rods
  • TV
  • Equipo de snorkel
Meet Manuel, the skipper
44 years old · From Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, España
1 review
Very open person and with the gift of people. Lover and connoisseur of the sea, passionate about sailing.
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    February 2020
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