Balearic Islands, Mediterranean hosted by Sea Safaris Sailing School
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Jean "John" & Mila De Keyser

Sail and explore the rugged coastline of the Balearic Islands of Spain. The perfect destination with unbeatable scenery, authentic Med cuisine and a rich, inviting culture. Book a yacht for your friends and family and follow the other yachts in the flotilla, or book a cabin on a shared flotilla yacht. We mix and match crew members according to their sailing experience, shared interests and personal chemistry.

Enjoy your sailing aboard a modern and well-equipped monohull (Jeanneau, Beneteau, Bavaria or Elan) or catamaran (Lagoon), the yacht sizes vary from 35′ to 54′. All our yachts come equipped with a full galley, towels, linen, chart plotters and charts. We also include a dinghy and an outboard for you to discover hidden “calas” and beaches. The pricing per person depends on the type of yacht and the number of people aboard that boat. Participants will have to pay for their own airfare and hotel costs. Shared costs such as provisioning, docking and refueling are managed on each boat with a boat kitty. Usually $300 per person per week will cover these shared costs.

We will host a welcome reception the evening of the 2nd of September where you will meet your flotilla leaders and other participants, discuss logistics and itinerary. Each participant will receive a flotilla shirt and other ASA goodies.

Flotilla ItineraryItinerary may be changed due to weather conditions and participants preferences.

1Day One, SaturdayCheck In At Base In Palma

Check in on our boats and, after having done our provisioning, we will leave the base in Palma and start sailing to the small port of Sa Ràpita on the southeast side of Mallorca where we will spend the night either at anchor or at the seawall. Dinner at the marina restaurant.

2Day Two, SundayPorto Colom

We head southeast towards Punta Salinas, then northeast to Porto Colom where we will have dinner and spend the night. On our way we will visit several small calas or anchorages.

3 & 4Days Three/Four, Monday/TuesdayPorto Cristo

Leave Porto Colom and head north to Porto Cristo. Lunch at anchor in Cala Barcas. We take a mooring buoy in Porto Cristo and dine ashore. Possibility of visit to the Dragon Caves and the Abbey of San Salvador. We may stay here another day to visit more inland attractions.

5Day Five, WednesdayIsla Cabrera

Leave Porto Cristo and sail 27NM to Isla Cabrera. Spend the night at the buoy in this national park. visit the island, the fortress. dinner on board. (We arrange for mooring permits).

6Day Six, ThursdaySa Ràpita

Leave Cabrera and head for some of the calas in the neighborhood of Sa Ràpita. Weather permitting, we will anchor off Colònia Sant Jordi. If not, we will return to Sa Ràpita.

7Day Seven, FridayReturn To Palma

We head back towards Palma with visit to Cala Pi.

  • Craig & Annie Vinkovich
    Just wanted to say “Thank you” for the incredible sailing trip. You both not only were incredible hosts in introducing us to the area and all the beautiful towns but you also made the sailing both interactive and enjoyable.

    Craig & Annie Vinkovich

  • It was fantastic to have somebody who knows the areas, the vendors and the best restaurants! I would never have found such hidden gems if it were not for their leadership. I had a great time, made new friends who love to sail and enjoy good food!

    Julie Briley

    Julie Briley