We know exactly what you are thinking right now: We are a large group (more than 11 people) and we all want to be together on the same boat.
However, the most epic days we have had on board our catamarans these past seasons have been those in which we had large groups renting several catamarans. Each catamaran fits 11 people + captain and we have up to 5 catamarans, so we can fit up to 55 people! Please take a moment to watch this one minute video:
These catamarans follow the exact same itinerary and sail practically side by side. You will be able to see each other at all times and even talk to the other boats while sailing unless your music on board is too loud.
Then, every time we anchor, we will tie all the catamarans next to each other, and YES, YOU CAN ALL BE TOGETHER ON ONE OF THE CATAMARANS WHILE WE ARE ANCHORED.
We have snorkel gear for everyone, one paddle surf board for each catamaran, WIFI on board each catatamaran, bluetooth speakers, and a long list of amenities.
A typical full day-trip lasts 8 hours. Out of those 8 hours, we are on the go (sailing) for only around 2.5 hours, which means you can all be together the other 5 hours!
You are probably wondering now why we can’t just offer you a larger boat that can fit 20 or 30 people. The answer is quite simple: We are in Spain and Spanish stupid law sets a limit of 12 people per boat including crew for any vessel, regardless its size.
The eternal question: Does size matter?
We do have larger boats, but even the largest yachts have a legal max capacity of 12 people, including crew. So it looks like, in this case, size does not matter.
And don’t worry about the price. We will offer you a good deal to please everybody!
We promise we will do everything in our power to assure you all spend an unforgettable hen do, birthday, company event, wedding celebration, etc.
Groups larger than 40 or 50 people
For groups with more than 40 or 50 people, we also have this huge catamaran with legal capacity for up to 80 people. This catamaran is probably one of the few exceptions, and it’s legally declared as a passenger boat, not as a charter boat.
By Jose Navas, you can read the story of our Ibiza boat hire company Charteralia.