“Once around palma”

1. Cabrera: 22 NM

You sail along the southeast coast of Mallorca and stay overnight in the Parc National de Cabrera. With the Cabrera permit, which we are happy to organise, you will sail to the group of uninhabited islands off the southern tip of Mallorca. During the day you can moor at a buoy in Cala es Bori on the east side of Cabrera. But at 7:00 p.m. at the latest it is time to say goodbye! The buoy can then be taken over in the port of Cabrera. Here you can climb up to the old castle and enjoy the sunset or enjoy some tapas in the small tavern.

2. Mallorca: 25 NM

Today we go to the capital of the Balearic Islands, Palma de Mallorca. On the way you will pass the famous beach of Es Trenc. It is worth throwing anchor here and taking the rubber dinghy to one of the small “chiringuitos” or beach bars. Once in Palma, a walk along the Paseo Maritimos to the cathedral and through the old town with all its restaurants and bars is a must.

3. San Telmo: 22 NM

Today we leave the bay of Palma and go to San Telmo, a small bay with buoys opposite the island La Dragonera. The route passes Santa Ponsa and Andratx. Here the mountains and the coast become noticeably rougher.

4. Soller: 23 NM

Today the Valley of Oranges calls! From here on the mountains become higher and higher and the coast more and more rugged. Usually it takes two days to sail this section. The weather should play along. Once at the port of Soller, you should take the old tram to the city. This ride is a real experience.

5. Colonia de San Pedro: 41 NM

From Port de Soller, today we continue to the next destination. Here the mountains are partly 1400 m high. On your way you will pass the Cala de la Calobra, which you should definitely sail into. You also pass the Cabo de Formentor, which impresses with its lighthouse at 200 m height. You sail past the bay of Pollensa and Alcudia to the small harbour of Colonia de Sant Pedro on the south side of the bay of Alcudia. This marina is much quieter than the marina of Alcudia.

6. Porto Colom: 33 NM

Final sprint! Today we go back to the port of departure. On your journey the coast changes again. If you still have time, you should use the possibility for a small stop to swim in the Cala Barcas. From here it is only an hour back to Porto Colom.

7. Goodbye

After the last night on the ship the trip is over after a breakfast. You leave the ship around 9 o’clock and start, hopefully well recovered, into your everyday life.

“Mallorca & Menorca”

1. Cabo Pera: 20 NM

You leave the port of Portocolom in the morning and sail north to Cabo Pera. On the way there you will pass Cala Barcas, one of the most beautiful calas of the coast, after about 6 nm. Just the right place to stop for a swim and a bite to eat. Cala Barcas has no buildings and is known for an impressive beach, cliff jumpers and underwater caves. Of course you can also stay overnight here, but the destination, Cabo Pera, has not yet been reached. Once there, there are two options for the night. Either stay in the harbour of Cala Ratjada with its many restaurants and its famous nightlife or in Cala Molto, which is situated around Cabo Pera.

2. Ciutadella: 23 NM

Today we’re heading east. Ciutadella was the old capital of Menorca until it was moved to Mahon by the British in the 17th century. A very beautiful old town harbour with many restaurants offers the famous seafood stew “Caldareta” as well as an idyllic flair for fish lovers.

3. Cabo d’Artrutx: 25 NM

After a good breakfast you leave the harbour in southern direction to Cabo d’Artrutx. There we continue east along the south coast of Menorca. Here there are many dreamlike calas, which invite to swim and stay. Especially beautiful are Cala Macarella, Cala Turqueta, Cala Trabaluja and Cala Covas.

4. Mahon: 20 NM

After a fantastic starry night, today, you sail on to Mahon, the capital of Menorca. Mahon, with its more than 3 miles long natural harbour, used to be a base of the British Mediterranean fleet for many centuries. Today it is still frequented by many navy and cruise ships. The old town has preserved its British flair a little: It is a production site for gin. In the harbour there are many marinas and pontoon islands to moor.

5. Porto Pedro: 60 NM

Today a longer tour is announced. Ideally, you get up early and start quickly in the direction of Mallorca. In the harbour of Porto Pedro there are inexpensive buoys which are ideal for swimming and a pleasant night’s rest after a long sailing day.

6. Portocolom: 5 NM

Spend the day in one of the beautiful calas on the way back to Portocolom. Especially beautiful are Cala Mitjana or Cala Sa Nau close-by. From Porto Pedro to Portocolom it is only about 5 miles.

7. Goodbye

After the last night on the ship the trip is over after a breakfast. You leave the ship around 9 o’clock and start, hopefully well recovered, into your everyday life.

“All the Balearic Islands”

1. Playa de sa Roquetas: 15 NM

Sail south along the coast of Mallorca. On the way you will pass many breathtaking calas. For example Cala Mitjana or a little further behind Porto Pedro, to Cala Mondrago. There is always time for a swim and a snack. Playa de sa Roquetas can be quite crowded during the day, but in the evening the hustle and bustle is over and you can watch the clear starry sky in peace.

2. Ibizia: 72 NM

Today, it is a long sailing day. You sail to Ibiza taking the “Canal de Mallorca”. The destination is Santa Eulalia at the southeast coast.

3. Ibizia Stadt: 7 NM

Well rested, we continue our route today. The way is short, but certainly a welcome change after the long day yesterday. Perhaps you will make another small stop for a swim in Cala Llonga before plunging into the nightlife. Ibiza city has many marinas, which are unfortunately all a bit expensive. We therefore recommend Botafoch marina. This marina has a favourable location and is not directly in the hustle and bustle of the action.

4. Formentera: 13 NM

Well rested we continue today. This island south of Ibiza is a gem. Crystal clear water, white beaches and breathtaking sunsets will impress you. Sail between Ibiza and Isla Espalmador through the Feu Grande. Stay overnight at a buoy in Puerto el Espalmador. Despite its name, it is not a harbour, but a beautiful place to spend the night. Or sail a little further to Playa de sa Sabina and drop anchor there. Here you will also find a beautiful sandy beach combined with stunning sunsets.

5. Cala Pujols: 32 NM

Sail around Formentera today. Anchor for lunch in Cala Sahona and then head to Cala Pujols. This small town turns into a small Italy every summer. Good restaurants, night markets and just a little Italian flair make the stay perfect.

6. Ibiza: 14 NM

You sail back to Ibiza through the Gran Frau. Today there are two possibilities: Relax in a calm cala or plunge into in the pleasure of the party capital. Sail along the rough south coast of Ibiza. The Cala Llentrisca is ideal for a break. From here you continue either to the quiet Cala Basa or to the party at San Antoni. So what will it be? Cala Basa with its white beaches, pine forests and beach bars or San Antoni with Café del Mar and Mambo?

7. Cala Portinax: 25 NM

Today you will see the north coast of Ibiza. There are many anchorages on the way to Cala Portinax. This cala offers very good protection for almost all wind directions. There are also good supermarkets and great restaurants. Don’t go to bed too late, because tomorrow you go back to Mallorca.

8. Andratx: 49 NM

Today you sail back to Mallorca. You pass the private island “Tagomago” and take the “Canal de Mallorca” to Andratx at the northwest coast of Mallorca. The moorings of the “Club Nauticos de Andratx” are right opposite the village and are the best in the harbour. Be careful in the city harbour: stones under water can damage the rudder.

9. Soller: 31 NM

Now we go to the Valley of Oranges. Soller is the only port on the whole coast between Andratx and Pollenca. From here, the mountains become steeper and steeper, passing famous places like Banalbufar, Valdemosa and Deia. In the port of Soller you can anchor or look for a berth – at Tramuntana marina or at Ports IB. From there you can take the old tram to Soller. Treat yourself to a piece of almond cake with delicious almond ice-cream!

10. Port de Pollensa: 35 NM

Here the mountains become even higher, up to 1400 m. On the way you pass Cala de la Calobra. To have a look inside is a must. The route continues around Cabo de Formentor. The lighthouse at 200 m height is a real eye-catcher. Soon you reach the bay of Pollensa, where the Romans already had a base. Once arrived, you can relax at the pool of the club “Nautico de Pollensa” and have dinner in the restaurant “Stay” at the fishing port.

11. Menorca: 35 NM

It is time to get to know a new island: Our neighbour to the east, Menorca. Sail to the former capital Ciutadella. Because of the bigger harbour the British made Mahon the capital around 1700. Ciutadella is famous for its “Caldareta”, a sumptuous fish stew that you should not miss.

12. Porto Cristo: 35 NM

After this short intermezzo we return to Mallorca. If you arrive early, you should visit the caves. Here you will find Europe’s largest cave lake. Cave concerts are also among the highlights.

13. Portocolom: 8 NM

Today you have enough time to enjoy the last day and make an extensive stop in Cala Barcas. There you can snorkel a little in the caves. A siesta under the bimini is also possible. From here to Portocolom it is only one hour and we are looking forward to hearing about your experiences.

14. Goodbye

After the last night on the ship the trip is over after a breakfast. You leave the ship around 9 o’clock and start, hopefully well recovered, into your everyday life.