Mallorca, Spain, Mediterranean hosted by Sea Safaris Sailing School September 1st - 8th 2018 starting from $1,200

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Jean De Keyser

If you are wanting to sail in the Mediterranean, then the ASA Mallorca Flotilla is the opportunity you have been waiting for.

Our Mallorca Flotilla philosophy is simple: Having a great time sailing along the coast of this beautiful island, enjoying the culture, gastronomy and wines.

Walk the historic streets of Palma and enjoy the best tapas of your life. Anchor in hidden calas for a refreshing swim in crystal clear waters. Enjoy a delicious lunch with local specialties in a private vineyard. Visit the famous Mallorca pearl factories and go underground in the magical Dragon Caves. Sail to the hauntingly beautiful island of Cabrera and discover its Blue Cave.

Experienced and more novice sailors are welcome. This is a great, non-hardcore, sailing vacation and you will go home with unforgettable memories.

Mallorca Flotilla Leader

Jean “John” and Mila De Keyser are your guides for the Spain Flotillas.

Jean a native of Belgium, is a U.S. Coast Guard licensed Captain and Master 100T as well as a sailing instructor certified by the American Sailing Association.

Mila, born and raised in Peru, is for all intents and purposes the Admiral of the flotilla, master organizer, first mate and the proverbial strong woman behind her husband.

Both have been organizing sailing trips to Croatia since 2009 and Mallorca for over four years. They are familiar with all the nice places and will make sure that you will enjoy your vacation.

Prior to moving back to Wheaton, Illinois, Jean and Mila used to run a sailboat charter and sailing school company in Florida. Jean continues teaching sailing on his Etap 32s sailboat.

Mallorca Flotilla Itineraryactual itinerary may vary depending on weather conditions and/or other circumstances beyond our control

1Day One, Saturday September 1st, 2018 

Check in on our boats on September 1 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 One, Sunday September 2nd, 2018 

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.

3Day One, Monday September 3rd, 2018 

We stay another day in Porto Colom to visit some local attractions. Discover the spectacular Caves of the Dragon, buy your Sweetie a nice pearl ring, bracelet or collar at the world famous Majorica Pearl Factory, followed by a lunch of local cheeses, charcuteries and wines in the organic vineyard of our friend Tony after which we will go to the top of the San Salvador Monastery for an unforgettable view of the surrounding countryside.

4Day One, Tuesday September 4th, 2018 

Let’s head NE to Porto Cristo where we will spend the night at the mooring ball, have dinner ashore. On the way to Porto Cristo we will have the opportunity to anchor out in some calas for lunch and a refreshing dive into the crystal clear water.

5Day One, Wednesday September 5th, 2018 

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 One, Thursday September 6th, 2018 

We leave Cabrera and visit some beaches along the coast. Anchor out, swim and have lunch. Weather permitting, we will anchor out near Colonia Sant Jordi and dinghy into town for a memorable dinner at a fabulous restaurant.

7Day One, Friday September 7th, 2018 

We head back towards Palma with visit to Cala Pi – the earliest known settlement in Mallorca that remains one of the most un-spoilt locations on the island.
  • 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