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Oceanis 43
€ 1701
Oceanis 43 Alboran XXXI Saoco (Mallorca/La Lonja)

Majorca / Palma de Mallorca

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4Cabins 8 + 2Berths 2Toilets 13.1 mLength
Oceanis 45
€ 2034
Oceanis 45 Alboran XXXIV Nini (Mallorca/La Lonja)

Majorca / Palma de Mallorca

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4Cabins 8 + 2Berths 2Toilets 13.85 mLength
Elba 45
€ 4650
Elba 45 Clipper IV

Majorca / Palma de Mallorca

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4Cabins 8 + 1Berths 4Toilets 13.45 mLength
Dufour 41
€ 3280
Dufour 41 Futuro1

Majorca / Palma de Mallorca

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3Cabins 6Berths 2Toilets 12.75 mLength
Bavaria Cruiser 36
€ 1740
Bavaria Cruiser 36 Kathy Cool

Majorca / Palma de Mallorca

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3Cabins 6Berths 1Toilets 11.3 mLength
Voyage 440
€ 2700
Voyage 440 Mahanga (Mallorca/La Lonja)

Majorca / Palma de Mallorca

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6Cabins 8Berths 4Toilets 13.3 mLength
Belize 43
€ 3195
Belize 43 Piropo (Mallorca/La Lonja)

Majorca / Palma de Mallorca

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4Cabins 8 + 2Berths 2Toilets 13 mLength
Bavaria Cruiser 40
€ 1790
Bavaria Cruiser 40 Toskana

Majorca / Palma de Mallorca

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3Cabins 6Berths 2Toilets 12.35 mLength
Sun Odyssey 410
€ 2970
Sun Odyssey 410 Alboran Albariño (Mallorca/La Lonja)

Majorca / Palma de Mallorca

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3Cabins 6Berths 2Toilets 12.35 mLength
Sun Odyssey 410
€ 2700
Sun Odyssey 410 Alboran Verdejo (Mallorca/La Lonja)

Majorca / Palma de Mallorca

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3Cabins 6Berths 2Toilets 12.35 mLength
Oceanis 43
€ 1503
Oceanis 43 Alboran XXX Cubalibre (Mallorca/La Lonja)

Majorca / Palma de Mallorca

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3Cabins 6 + 2Berths 2Toilets 13.1 mLength
Solaris 47
€ 7150
Solaris 47 Capriccio

Majorca / Palma de Mallorca

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3Cabins 6Berths 2Toilets 14.35 mLength

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4 Reviews for Majorca / Palma de Mallorca
latest by "Fernando Jose" on 19 Aug 2023
Recommendations
  • 2.93
    "Palma is great"
  • 4.47
    "good food, good wind"
  • 4.54
    "nice anchoring"
  • 4.80
    "Mallorca and Menorca proved a stunningly beautiful and welcoming cruising ground"
  • 4.97
    "Showers had fantastic pressure. Loved it!"
  • 5.00
    "Very hospitable marinas with solid infrastructure. Great place to go sailing!"
  • 4.39
    "Good local sea food"
  • 4.93
    "Good weather."
  • 4.94
    "excellent flight connection, airport transportation, car rental, places to visit etc."
  • 4.30
    "Caprera ist schön und Bojenreservierung hat super geklappt. Versorgung in der Bar (Cantina) freundlich und ausreichend."

Coming to Palma de Mallorca is like entering a true paradise for yacht charter. The infrastructure and choice of rental boats is excellent and there is a multitude of gorgeous marinas close to Palma to sail to during your boat vacation. Sightseeing and shopping in the historic centre of Palma is great and a vast amount of superb restaurants is waiting for you to sample the local cuisine. Come to Palma and enjoy your sailing holiday in style!

Rent a boat from Palma de Mallorca - How to get there?

Amongst other reasons why yacht charter in Mallorca is so incredibly popular because of the easy accessibility of its international airport San Juan from all major European destinations. There are hundreds of daily flights coming into the airport San Juan (Airport Code: PMI) during the summer, making it a real hub for sailors and seasoned yachties from all over the world. In addition, the airport is a mere 9 km away from the capital `Palma`, as it is simply known to the inhabitants.

With the Express Bus Line 1 you can reach the city Centre of Palma de Mallorca within a 15 minutes ride from the airport. The ticket fare for non residents is 5 €. A taxi will bring you for around 18 € from the airport San Juan to the historic centre of Palma or drop you at the port.

Its favourable location in the western Mediterranean Sea sets this gorgeous island and the surrounding Balearics in the immediate vicinity of the Spanish mainland and the port cities of Barcelona, Valencia and Denia. Often sailors will use Palma as a resting point when crossing the Mediterranean. The area is a great cruising ground for yacht rental because of the diversity of the different islands that make up the Balearics. Ibiza, Formentera and Menorca are reachable within only one sailing day. Yet they each offer something completely different in terms of culture, landscape and atmosphere. Definitely, with Palma de Mallorca as its major departure port for your Dream Yacht Charter, the Balearic Islands are the favourite sailing destination in Spain.
 

Which marinas in and around Palma de Mallorca are there for motor or sailing yacht charter?

There are some very established and some pristine new marinas to choose from for your yacht charter vacation in Mallorca. The yacht harbours in Palma itself are offering quite a lot of both, luxury and bareboat charter, whereas the exclusive marinas of Puerto Portals, Port Adriano and Puerto Andratx are perfectly suited for luxury boat charter in Mallorca. In Palma there is the Club de Mar, La Lonja Marina Charter, the Real Club Nautico and the Marina Naviera Balear. A lot of yachts doing day charters, especially motorboats, are moored in the port of Palma. Very nice as well is the newly redone `Muelle Viejo` directly adjacent to the magnificent Cathedral 'La Seu'. There are some fantastic new restaurants right opposite which even bring you some take away on board. There you can then sit on your own deck for dinner, enjoy the enchanting view of the lit up cathedral and feel the pulse of the charming centre of the city. Puerto Portals is only a 10 minutes´ drive away and has long been renowned as a prime port for luxury yacht charter Mallorca. If you sit in the restaurant `Flannagans`, for example, you may even be table neighbours with the likes of the King of Spain or Rafael Nadal. And Port Adriano (about 20 min drive from the city centre) with its cutting edge design by Philippe Starck is a true superyacht harbour with the flair of sober elegance, yet undeniable beauty.
 

What has Palma de Mallorca got to offer for après sailing?

Now you may have come here for sailing holidays, but there is way more to do if you only know where and when... Not a day goes by in Palma that there isn't some sort of party or event. From January to December, there's always something going on here. If you have not attended it yet, seeing the Three Kings arrive in the port on the Spanish Christmas day, January 6, is a sight to behold. And in the end of January there is a whole week of festivities called, Sant Antoni and San Sebastian. Numerous life bands play in the streets, you can `run with the devils` or join in for the huge barbecue at the very end of the week. In summer you can pick your choice of regattas: Be it the Superyacht Cup in June, the Princessa del Rey in July or the Copa del Rey in August.

Downtown Palma is wonderful to behold, as is the old quarter. You'll find the overall architecture is a blend of the intricate eastern style and the imposing western style. The famous Palma Cathedral, commonly referred to as ´La Seu´ is second to none in the world. Also a must is the impressive Castell de Bellver that towers over Palma and boasts some unbelievable views over the whole bay.

Apart from seeing the abundant sights, sampling the local specialities like the famous Sobrasada sausages or the popular `lomo´ (pork loin) along with some Mallorquin wine is a pure joy.

Shopping facilities for souvenirs, fashion or in preparation for your yacht charter Palma de Mallorca are plentiful. Just head to the big department store El Corte Ingles (they have a luxury delicatessen department too) or to the shopping mall Porto Pi that is situated just around the corner from Club de Mar. Between the airport and the city openend a new shopping center "Fan" in 2016 that hosts many international brands.

You can purchase fresh produce in abundance in the centrally located Market of Santa Catalina or Mercat Olivar during the mornings. And in the Old Town and the city centre there is an endless array of gorgeous boutiques and shops for you to choose from.

The nightlife of Palma de Mallorca is splendid. You just need to head down to the water towards the promenade known as Paseo Maritimo. There you'll find the best clubs, bars and terraces, all overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, and all packed full with happy yacht charter visitors. Insiders prefer the "Tardeo", a kind of afterwork event at the weekend, that happens Saturdays 5 PM until 10 PM at the Carrer Sant Magi in Santa Catalina, just opposite of the Club Real Nautico. Thursday night you should not miss to have a look into the "Garito Cafe, which is actually a restaurant & bar with a dancefloor that used to fill around midnight.
 

What are the best day charter trips from Palma de Mallorca?

Off course Palma is the capital and vibrant heart of Mallorca, yet it isn´t everything there is... By car you can do many excursions, head into the spectacular Tramuntana mountain range and visit some of the enormously charming little villages there. Deia, Valdemossa or Puerto de Soller are just a few names you should remember. There is a very cute, over 100-year-old train that goes from Palma to Soller and from there you can take the equally quaint tram to the port. A recommendable trip on the water would be going on a guided tour to the Island of Cabrera, which is also a nature reserve. On the way they will tell you a lot about the interesting history as well as the fauna and flora of this place. Go swim in caves with crystal clear water and soak up the Mediterranean sun. A day yacht charter, most likely on a motor yacht from Palma would be another option to go there. One of those motor yacht charter boats can fit up to 6 to 10 people and you get a skipper to take you to the island, where you can snorkel or dive and admire the unspoilt underwater world.
 

What yacht charter providers are there in Mallorca?

There are over 30 bareboat charter providers in Mallorca. They offer sailing and motor charter yachts in the range between 10 and 20 m for daily and weekly rental. Just to mention a few: Cruesa Yachtcharter, Charter del Mar, ECC Yachtcharter, Porto Colom Charter, SailActive, Dream Yacht Charter, Navigare Yachting. CM Charter, Alboran Charter, Latitud Cero, Yates Baleares, Yates Mallorca and many more...

So you see, Palma and the whole of Mallorca is ideally suited for yachting and could be the perfect starting point for your dream yacht charter. With our user-friendly YachtFinder app you can compare the best offers. There are also over 300 client reviews for you to choose from. We hope you enjoy the cruise on the Balearic Islands!
 

A Week-long Sailing Itinerary from Palma de Mallorca (South East)

Set off on a memorable sailing adventure from the captivating Palma de Mallorca port, exploring the breathtaking coastline and hidden treasures of the Balearic Islands in a south-eastern direction. This week-long itinerary will take you on a round trip journey, ensuring you experience the best of the Mediterranean aboard your chartered sailing yacht without backtracking or sailing back to previously visited locations. Enjoy daily sailing sessions of 3 to 5 hours, and make stops at awe-inspiring destinations before reaching your nightly anchorages.

Day 1: Palma de Mallorca to Cala Pi

Begin your adventure on Saturday late afternoon, sailing from Palma de Mallorca port towards the tranquil Cala Pi. Located approximately 20 nautical miles away, this serene cove is surrounded by lush pine forests and boasts crystal-clear waters. Spend the evening relaxing in the peaceful environment and enjoying the natural beauty of the area.

Day 2: Cala Pi to Colonia de Sant Jordi (with a stop at Es Trenc Beach)

On Sunday, set course for Colonia de Sant Jordi, a charming coastal village known for its stunning beaches and laid-back atmosphere. Covering a distance of about 14 nautical miles, stop at the famous Es Trenc Beach, renowned for its pristine sands and turquoise waters. After soaking in the sun, continue sailing to Colonia de Sant Jordi and spend the night at anchor, taking in the serene surroundings.

Day 3: Colonia de Sant Jordi to Cala d'Or (with a stop at Cala Mondragó)

On Monday, sail approximately 20 nautical miles towards the lively Cala d'Or, a popular holiday destination with a bustling marina and picturesque coves. En route, stop at the stunning Cala Mondragó, a beautiful bay and natural park perfect for swimming and sunbathing. Once you arrive at Cala d'Or, spend the evening exploring the town's vibrant atmosphere and indulge in the local cuisine at a waterfront restaurant.

Day 4: Cala d'Or to Porto Cristo (with a stop at Cala Varques)

On Tuesday, start your journey to the charming Porto Cristo, approximately 18 nautical miles away. Make a stop at the unspoiled Cala Varques, a secluded cove with crystal-clear waters ideal for swimming and relaxation. After enjoying the pristine environment, continue to Porto Cristo and anchor for the night. Discover the town's lively atmosphere, visit the famous Caves of Drach, and dine at a local restaurant.

Day 5: Porto Cristo to Cala Millor

On Wednesday, embark on a short 8 nautical mile journey to the bustling Cala Millor, a popular resort destination with a lively beach and vibrant waterfront. This picturesque destination offers a variety of activities, including water sports, beachfront dining, and exploring the nearby natural attractions. Spend your last night soaking in the lively atmosphere before heading back to Palma de Mallorca.

Day 6: Cala Millor to Palma de Mallorca

On Thursday, complete your week-long sailing adventure by returning to Palma de Mallorca. Covering a distance of approximately 40 nautical miles, you'll arrive back in time to enjoy a leisurely evening exploring the city's vibrant waterfront and historic sites before saying farewell to your chartered sailing yacht.

Itinerary Summary

This week-long sailing itinerary from Palma de Mallorca takes you on a spectacular round trip journey in a south-eastern direction, stopping at beautiful harbors and anchorages without backtracking or covering the same area twice. Enjoy daily sailing sessions of 3 to 5 hours, making stops at captivating destinations like Es Trenc Beach, Cala Mondragó, Cala Varques, and more. Experience the charm of each location and create unforgettable memories as you sail the Balearic Islands.

 

A Week-long Sailing Itinerary from Palma de Mallorca (South West North)

Embark on an unforgettable sailing adventure from the beautiful Palma de Mallorca port, exploring the stunning coastline and hidden gems of the Balearic Islands. This week-long itinerary will guide you through a round trip journey, ensuring you experience the best of the Mediterranean aboard your chartered sailing yacht without backtracking or sailing back to previously visited locations. Enjoy sailing for 3 to 5 hours each day and make stops at remarkable destinations before reaching your nightly anchorages.

Day 1: Palma de Mallorca to Port d'Andratx

Set sail from Palma de Mallorca port on Saturday late afternoon and head towards the picturesque Port d'Andratx. Located approximately 20 nautical miles away, this charming harbor town offers a variety of high-end facilities, including chic boutiques, gourmet restaurants, and luxury yacht services. Spend the evening enjoying local cuisine at one of the waterfront restaurants and exploring the town's vibrant atmosphere.

Day 2: Port d'Andratx to Sant Elm (with a stop at Sa Dragonera Island)

On Sunday, set course for Sant Elm, a scenic coastal village known for its crystal-clear waters and stunning views. Covering a distance of about 6 nautical miles, stop at the nearby Sa Dragonera Island, a natural park and ideal spot for swimming and snorkeling. After exploring the island, continue sailing to Sant Elm and spend the night at anchor, taking in the serene surroundings.

Day 3: Sant Elm to Port de Sóller (with a stop at Cala Deià)

On Monday, sail approximately 24 nautical miles towards the bustling Port de Sóller, a lively harbor town nestled between the mountains and the sea. En route, stop at the beautiful Cala Deià, a secluded cove with crystal-clear waters perfect for swimming and sunbathing. Once you arrive at Port de Sóller, spend the evening discovering the town's charm and indulging in the local cuisine.

Day 4: Port de Sóller to Port de Pollença (with a stop at Cala Tuent)

On Tuesday, begin your journey to the vibrant Port de Pollença, approximately 22 nautical miles away. Make a stop at the tranquil Cala Tuent, a hidden gem surrounded by lush vegetation and ideal for swimming and relaxing. After enjoying the pristine environment, continue to Port de Pollença and anchor for the night. Discover the town's lively atmosphere, dine at a waterfront restaurant, and explore the nearby Boquer Valley.

Day 5: Port de Pollença to Cala Molins (Cala Sant Vicenç)

On Wednesday, embark on a short 8 nautical mile journey to the charming Cala Molins, located within the Cala Sant Vicenç area. This picturesque destination offers a variety of activities, including waterfront dining, swimming, and exploring the nearby coves. Spend your last night indulging in the vibrant atmosphere before heading back to Palma de Mallorca.

Day 6: Cala Molins (Cala Sant Vicenç) to Palma de Mallorca

On Thursday, complete your week-long sailing adventure by returning to Palma de Mallorca. Covering a distance of approximately 40 nautical miles, you'll arrive back in time to enjoy a leisurely evening exploring the city's vibrant waterfront and historic sites before saying farewell to your chartered sailing yacht.

Itinerary Summary

This week-long sailing itinerary from Palma de Mallorca takes you on a spectacular round trip journey, stopping at beautiful harbors and anchorages without backtracking or covering the same area twice. Enjoy daily sailing sessions of 3 to 5 hours, making stops at captivating destinations like Sa Dragonera Island, Cala Deià, Cala Tuent, and more. Experience the charm of each location and create unforgettable memories as you sail the Balearic Islands.
 

What are some must-see destinations around Palma?

Around Palma de Mallorca, sailors should not miss the stunning Cabrera Archipelago, the charming old town of Palma with its Gothic cathedral, the idyllic Cala d'Or, and the picturesque port town of Sóller.

What are some popular sailing routes from Mallorca?

A popular sailing route is to head east towards the beautiful Cala d'Or and Porto Cristo. Alternatively, sailors can also explore the northern coast of Mallorca, including Port de Sóller and Port d'Alcúdia.

What facilities can I expect at the marinas in the port of Palma?

The marinas in Palma de Mallorca are well-equipped, offering facilities such as electricity and water supplies, Wi-Fi, shower and laundry facilities, fuel stations, and waste disposal, along with proximity to restaurants, shops, and other amenities.

What is the best time to sail between the Balearic Islands?

The sailing season in the Balearics typically runs from April to October. However, July and August can be very hot and crowded. The months of May, June, September, and October often provide ideal sailing conditions.

What local delicacies should I try?

Make sure to try some local Mallorcan dishes such as "ensaimada" (a sweet pastry), "tumbet" (layered baked vegetables), and "sobrasada" (a type of cured sausage).

What can I do when I'm not sailing?

When you're not sailing, you can explore the historic sites in the old town of Palma, relax on the beautiful beaches, hike in the nearby Tramuntana mountains, or simply enjoy the local food and drink.

Are there any special events for sailors?

Yes, Palma de Mallorca hosts several sailing regattas throughout the year, including the Superyacht Cup in June and the Copa del Rey in August. These events are great opportunities to see some impressive yachts and experience the vibrant sailing community.

Are there any unique marine species I can see while sailing the balearic islands?

While sailing, you have the chance to see a variety of marine life. Dolphins are a common sight, particularly on the north and east coasts of Mallorca. In addition, you may spot various seabirds, and if you're really lucky, even a sea turtle.

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