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Mallorca-Spain 08-09-2018 - 15-09-2018

MALLORCA. SPAIN 
08.09.2018 - 15.09.2018
€ 900 

FULLY BOOKED

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ROUTE 
 


•CAVES;
•SOBRASADA DE MALLORCA;  
•WINERY; 
•CAP DE FORMENTOR;  
•PORT D’ ANDRATX;   
•PORT DE SOLLER;  
•PORT DE POLLENSA  

 

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PRICE INCLUDES


•A yacht (one place in a double cabin) 
•Fuel, water 
•Mooring in marinas, port fees 
•Captain's service 

 

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ADDITIONALLY PAID 


•Flight tickets
•Insurance 
•Groceries (around 100 euros per person plus meals in restaurants about once a day) 
•Refundable insurance deposit 

 

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YACHT  


•BAVARIA CRUISER 45 
•Length: 13.60 m Number of beds: 10 (8+ 2) 
cabins : 4 
•Toilet / Shower: 3 
•width of yacht: 4.35 m 
•draft: 2.10 m 
•engine: 53 hp 
•Fuel Reservoir Available: 210.00 l 
•water reserve: 360.00 l 

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THE FIRST DAY 


SATURDAY! А plane from Valencia or Barcelona will take you to Palma today. You will have time for strolls around the city today. 

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THE SECOND DAY. PREPARING FOR DISCOVERING 


The team does the groceries. The skipper invites all of the team on the board to leave the belongings. . 
And after all team members get to know each other we will go to have a dinner! 

 

 

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THE THIRD DAY. UNDER THE SAILS 

 

SUNDAY. In the morning we "get off" from Palma to go 20 miles from Port Vells to Port Andratx. As soon as we get tired we will have a lunch and time for swimming.  
 
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THE FOURTH DAY. CONTINUE EXPLORING 


Monday will not be difficult if it started with a slight wiggle on the waves in the Mediterranean Sea. MONDAY early morning we start to sail from Port Andratx to Port de Soller (20 miles ). 


 

 

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THE FIFTH DAY. INTO THE SEA 

 


TUESDAY. We spend the day sailing by the sea (45 miles to Port-de-Pollença).  
During the trip we will make few stops.

First stop will be for a coffee and a stroll in a beautiful Cala de la Calobra bay.

The second stop will be for swimming and gain resting.  
After we get to marina, we will continue our rote by a car to reach the most northern point of Mallorca - Cap Formentor.

There is the watchtower from the 16th century, 390 meters high - Talaia d'Albercutx.

We will also climb to the famous view point - observation platform - Mirador d'es Colomer, where you can discover the island from a bird's-eye view. 

 

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THE SIXTH DAY. JUST DO IT  

 


WEDNESDAY. Enjoying the beautiful beach at the Port de Pollenca bay.

There are no strong current because capes surround the beach. 
We sail to Porto Cristo (40 miles). We will stop at the bay on the way.

The second stop will be in the town of Cala Rajada, where we can buy fresh fish, that was just caught. 


 

 

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THE SEVENTH DAY. CAVES 

 


THURSDAY. Coll Baix bay. We will look at the most mysterious local sights here - the Dragon Caves (Cuevas del Drach). According to the legends, a dragon with the body of a snake and the wings of a bat guarded the entrance to the cave.

Local legends tell of the numerous treasures that pirates hid here and the mysterious Knights Templar Order.

Maybe someone of you will be lucky enough to find the remains of the former luxury? 
Then we stop near the grotto with the "wild" caves, where you can get into by a dinghy to see the dungeons. 
Evening sailing to San Jordi, where a beautiful day will be ended with a fine dinner, with a wine tasting. 

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THE EIGHTH DAY. RETERNING  

 


FRIDAY. On the way to Palma we sail to the Cala Pi bay, and for an hour and a half before arrival we'll stop on the sandy shallows where you can say "goodbye" to the sea, throwing a coin into it. 
Hello, Palma, the city that was never destroyed.

We can meet a prehistoric buildings here or tennis player Rafael Nadal, or actor Michael Douglas. 

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THE NINTH DAY. THERE IS STILL SOMETHING TO SEE  


To be in Mallorca and don’t try the masterpieces of local cuisine is a must! 
 

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THE TENTH DAY. DON’T LOOK BACK TO COME BACK ... 

 


SATURDAY. We sailed around the island as the seafarers bypassed the continents in the past. Sea and beaches, mountains and mysterious caves, citrus groves and olive trees.

 There always something is in bloom in Mallorca.

 

That’s why it feels like a celebration here.  
- If someone says "it's impossible", then he just has not seen it yet 
© Where Dreams Lead 

 

 

Do you still not dream of Palma de Mallorca? Believe me, this is a matter of time! 
Welcome on board!