“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.


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