Read about all our options for catamaran charter Mallorca, and sailing boats, speed boats, power boats and any type of vessel you need to rent on the beautiful island of Mallorca.
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Catamaran charter Mallorca, circumnavigating the island
Mallorca is a lot bigger than Ibiza island and, even in the best case scenario, you will need more than a week if you want to circumnavigate the island and enjoy the wonders of its coves. Sailing conditions in the summer are usually great, but it’s important to keep an eye on the weather forecast, especially if you are sailing in the north of the island. The “Tramontana” northern wind is particulary feared even by local sailors and skippers. It usually stays for 2-3 days and brings waves of 1.5 to 2 metres and winds of 25-30 knots. We want you to charter your catamaran in Mallorca safe and sound!
Berths and ports in Mallorca
Mallorca is your ideal yacht charter destination if you are planning to stay overnight at port, since there are many more berths available in Mallorca than in the neighboring island of Ibiza. In any case, it is always wise to plan ahead, especially if you are planning to sail to the North, where there is only one port in the quaint and cute fishermen town of Soller. Particulary during the month of August, it’s quite common to find a full port since the two first weeks of August is when the island supports the largest influx of nautical tourism.
Cabrera, south of Mallorca, ideal for catamaran charter in Mallorca
We always recommend spending at least one night at anchor (at buoy) in the wonderful island of Cabrera. If you are up for it, please book well in advance as Cabrera is a natural reserve and anchoring is forbidden in order to preserve the seeweed “posidonia” submarine meadows. So buoys in a designated area are your only option. You can find information on how to book the buoys at the local government of the Balearic Islands.
Video: Dolphins are quite often seen around Cabrera
The protected areas of the natural park shelter dolphin schools.
From Mallorca to Cabrera island
If you are chartering a catamaran in Mallorca and you are planning to visit the amazing island of Cabrera, then we recommend the following itinerary:
- Sail towards the South of Mallorca.
- Anchor in the turquoise waters of Es Trencs.
- Wake up the next morning and sail the 15 miles South that separate this wonderful anchorage from the island of Cabrera.
- Once tied to the buoy in Cabrera, climb up to the castle from where you will enjoy breathtaking views. Cabrera is probably the most charismatic island in the Mediterranean and an ideal destination for catamaran charter Mallorca and Menorca.