This is a sailing plan, in which we will make crossings from island to island. They are crossings of between 40 and 80 miles a day, so we usually spend a full day of sailing and then we stay one day on each of the islands to visit it, rest and recharge for the next sailing day.
On this journey we will sail from Tenerife to the islands of La Gomera, El Hierro and La Palma.
These islands are the westernmost of the Canary archipelago. They are the greenest islands. Overflowing with nature, lush Laurisilva forests, National Parks among volcanoes, natural pools and incredible landscapes.
We will also sail in one of the areas with the most marine biodiversity in Europe, where you can see pilot whales, sea turtles, oceanic manta rays, dolphins and even whales.
The conditions for sailing in the Canary Islands are very changeable, which makes us face different situations and navigation conditions. They are very particular conditions with very specific areas of acceleration of winds, where in a short distance the wind can increase by 20 - 25 knots. So we have very fun and demanding navigations. It is an ideal environment to learn to be very attentive to changes in conditions and to be prepared.