Mallorca flotilla – 1 week

About the Mallorca flotilla

To the best of my knowledge, this is the only flotilla running regularly in Spain. The Mallorca flotilla explores the south and east sides of the island. The sailing is good and there’s plenty of life ashore with some excellent sandy beaches. Those who associate Mallorca with drunken young holidaymakers in Magaluf should think again. That’s not  the real Mallorca and you’ll find plenty of charming inlets where you can escape the crowds.

Difficulty: Moderate        Departs: Saturdays from Palma

Nearest airport: Palma

Direct flights from: Gatwick, Heathrow, Luton, Stansted, Southend, Aberdeen, Belfast, Birmingham, Blackpool, Bournemouth, Bristol, Cardiff, Castletown, Doncaster, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Humberside, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Nottingham, Southampton

Operates: Every Saturday

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Mallorca flotilla Itinerary

DayMilesDestination
Average18Note: you will do more miles than this!
1: Sat0Check in.
  • Palma Palma, nestled at the head of the deep bay of Palma, is a mecca for superyachts, flotillas and bareboat boat charter bases alike. Palma offers a myriad of mooring options and a wide range of services associated with the yachting industry but it does pay to shop around to get the best deals as prices ... Read more
2: Sun22
  • Sa Rapita / La Rapita La Rapita is a large marina adjacent to the resort village Sa Rapita and one of the best beaches in Mallorca (Playa del Trench). Miles of endless sand will appeal to any sun worshipper but be warned large sections of the beach are reserved for nudists. This is not a glamourous area of Mallorca but the ... Read more
3: Mon19
  • Cala d’Or / Cala Llonga Cala d’Or is a very upmarket resort area but surprisingly unspoilt despite all the development. Tiny sand beaches, backed by cliffs and pines, lure hordes of sun junkies every summer and the trendy town bursts at the seams with fancy restaurants and bars. In Cala d’Or every taste is catered for (at a price) and you ... Read more
4: Tue12
  • Porto Cristo / Port de Manacor Porto Cristo/Port de Manacor is a dogleg of an inlet just north of Cabo del Morro de sa Carabassa which hides a well sheltered yacht harbour. Although it can be swelly outside, and in the entrance, the town quay and the pontoons at Club Nautico make use of the natural wave-breaking shape of the bay to ... Read more
5: Wed14
  • Cala Mondrago Cala Mondrago is beautiful bay in the Mondrago National Park. Cala Mondrago’s main white sand beach is less than a 100m long but it is a mecca for sun worshippers in the summer when sun baked bodies obscure most of it. Backed by rolling sand dunes and thick pines, this part of the coastline has been ... Read more
6: Thu21Free Sailing I suggest:
  • Cala Pi Cala Pi is a very beautiful but extremely popular bay east of Capo Blanco. Turquoise water, a tiny fine white sand beach and restful pine groves make for a very picturesque lunchtime stop on your flotilla route or charter yacht holiday. Anchoring in Cala Pi is tight and when it is busy it is best ... Read more
7: Fri17Join your flotilla crew for a farewell dinner in
  • Palma Palma, nestled at the head of the deep bay of Palma, is a mecca for superyachts, flotillas and bareboat boat charter bases alike. Palma offers a myriad of mooring options and a wide range of services associated with the yachting industry but it does pay to shop around to get the best deals as prices ... Read more
For those staying for two weeks, we can suggest an itinerary to include the neighbouring island of Menorca.
8: Sat0Check out and depart
All routes may be subject to change for weather and operational reasons. Your Lead Crew will keep you advised during the week.

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