Upgrade your holidays taking boat trips Ibiza! Call José at + 34 651 930 939 (also WhatsApp) or email@example.com to book your sailing tour in Ibiza on a sailing boat or catamaran.
We offer two possible options,
OPTION 1: Boat trips Ibiza for a full day on a beautiful classic sailing boat
- You can sail on our beautiful Dufour Classic, 12 meters long, fits up to 8 people and it is skippered by our experienced captain Toni. This is one of the most complete boat trips in Ibiza!
- The price for renting this entire sailing boat in June and September is 600 euros. For July and August is 750 euros. These prices are for the full day and include taxes, port fees, fuel, skipper fee, cleaning fee, soft drinks and snacks on board.
- If your group is willing to spend a night on board then you must add 100 euro to the daily fee.
OPTION 2: Half a day or full day on a gorgeous 80m2 sailing catamaran
Spectacular new sailing catamaran Lagoon 380. It fits 10 people on board during the day plus skipper. A catamaran has two hulls so it’s pretty much like two sailing boats next to each other. This makes a catamaran much wider, stable, and comfortable than a traditional sailing boat.
- Full day (from 12am to 20pm), ALL INCLUSIVE (except food and drinks): 800 euros.
- Half day: (from 15h to 20h), ALL INCLUSIVE (except food and drinks): 500 euros.
- Sunset by Cafe del Mar (from 18h to 20:30 h), ALL INCLUSIVE (except food and drinks): 300 euros.
Our catamaran is available for daily boat rides except during high season (from June 15th to September 15th) when we offer only full weeks. During the rest of the season we offer boat rides Ibiza from San Antonio or between Salinas (south of Ibiza) and Formentera, and hen parties packages in Ibiza.
There are several options for embarking and disembarking with different itineraries around Ibiza and Formentera. In this post we offer you a catamaran day tour in San Antonio Bay.
Boat trips in the bay of San Antonio
We are aware that the area of San Antonio is not the most beautiful in Ibiza. But the bay of San Antonio is really an outstanding natural shelter. The beauty of its islands, islets, coves and cliffs. One of the last havens for endemic forest vegetation. And it is probably the perfect place for sailing in the summer of the entire island of Ibiza. Prevailing winds are coming from the East, so the bay is very well sheltered from the wind and especially from the waves and this will certainly improve the experience of our boat trips in Ibiza. With no waves the boat will barely swing so this will make your experience much more comfortable and you will not get seasick.
IF you are still thinking about it, click here to see all the photos from last summer on our boats in Ibiza and Formentera.
Ideal conditions for boat trips
The bay of San Antonio offers almost daily the perfect conditions for sailing as we have explained before. But it also full of some of the most beautiful and pristine beaches in Spain. Many have been recently selected among the 20 best beaches in Spain. Such as Calabassa, Playas de Comte and Cala Comte, Cala Salada and Conejera Island. After an unforgettable day anchored at one of these coves, on our way back to the port we will sail just in front of the famous Café del Mar and Café Mambo, where hundreds of people gather to watch the sunset. Can you imagine being a few meters from the shore, lying on the catamaran net, with a drink in your hand and watching a spectacular sunset while feverish people are clapping from the shore peering looking for the so called last green ray of sunshine when the sun sets under the sea?
Boat trips Ibiza itinerary
You will embark at the yacht club in San Antonio, around noon. The port or beach where you embark can vary depending on the planned itinerary.
We will set sails and after one hour we will get to Calabassa. The waters of Calabassa are so clean and transparent that we will see our anchor at depths over 12 meters. While anchored at Calabassa we can swim around the catamaran and go to the beach if you want to have lunch at one of the many restaurants, cafes and beach bars.
After lunch we can continue beach hopping to Playas de Comte, between Ibiza and Isla del Bosque, or set sail for the island of Conejera, where we won’t be able to disembark because it is a natural reserve, but we can dive into turquoise waters or go snorkeling to swim around a marine reserve with huge banks of coloured fish.
We will weigh anchor and sail back to port stopping by Café del Mar for the sunset.
Finally, after sunset we will get back to San Antonio Yacht Club.
By Jose Charteralia