2020 Crewed Lagoon 620 Cruising Catamaran Rental In Palma, Spain
Have a week-long liveaboard sailing cruise in Palma, Spain. Charter the Lagoon 620 Cruising Catamaran for up to 12 person. Rate as low as $40,800 per week. Rates: • May 19 - June 22, 2020: $26,400 • June 23 - July 13, 2020: $39,600 • July 14 - August 30, 2020: $40,800 • September 1 - October 5, 2020: $32,400 Rates may vary. Inquire for exact rates and availability. What You Can Expect: The Balearic Island chain of Majorca (Mallorca), Minorca (Menorca), Ibiza and Formentera sit in the western Mediterranean. They have a rich history stretching back to the ancient civilizations of Greece and Phoenicia, with traces of human habitation going back nearly 8,000 years. If you want to get away from the main crowds, there are many smaller islets to hop between, with the stand-out national park on uninhabited Cabrera. Watch the sunset over the bay from the high point at Es Verda near Cala d’Hort, Ibiza, enjoy old Spain in the historic Port d’Alcudia, Majorca, or relax on Playa de Ses Illetes, Formentera, in the spring and fall. If you love wine, you can tour the vineyards where grapes have been harvested since Roman times. Keep a look out for the native tipples of Manto Negro and Callet. If you want to explore the landscape, there are over 300 beaches across the four islands. Head to Majorca, which has mysterious caves throughout the region, including the famous “Dragon Caves” with its underground lake. Cabrera’s Archipelago Maritime-Terrestrial National Park is home to many species of seabirds and you can spot dolphins and whales around the isle. Weather The Balearic Islands have mild seasonal weather throughout the year with, on average, around 300 days of sun each year. The rains fall mostly between October and December. Summer temperatures in the Balearics average 86°F with a sea temperature of 79°F in August. It is busy during the high season, but you can avoid the crowds by visiting in spring or fall (May or October) when it’s still warm and sunny. Sailing is calm with warm breezes in June and sea winds in summer. The sailing conditions are more challenging October to April, with the risk of strong winds. The sirocco (southerly in spring) and the mistral (north-westerly in autumn) are tempered by the Gulf of Lion and bring heavy seas. The Levant is an easterly wind that blows in the western Mediterranean Sea. Menorca is known as the “Island of Wind” due to a cool, dry, north wind called the tramuntana, which makes the island popular with sailors and surfers. 7 Days Itineraries Day 1: Walk along the cobblestone streets of Palma and visit one of the most famous gothic cathedrals in Europe. The Palma Cathedral, also known as “La Seu,” or “the seat”, which refers to the bishop’s seat. Take in Palma’s historic atmosphere and charm, stock up your provisions and dine aboard at one of many great restaurants. Spend overnight aboard. Day 2: Cala Pi, Majorca, has a lovely beach with calm, turquoise waters perfect for swimming and snorkeling. Enjoy the beach bar and three restaurants or stock up at the small supermarket and pharmacy. Centuries ago, pirates were a problem in this area and the remnants of a medieval watchtower still remain. This is a very popular anchorage but keep in mind that Cala Pi is a very narrow cove. Day 3: After a leisurely breakfast, set sail for Colonia Sant Jordi, known for its beautiful white-sand beaches. Try Es Carbo, frequented by the Spanish royal family, and Es Trenc, a two-mile natural, isolated beach with lovely golden sand and clear waters. In town, there are many popular restaurants and tapas bars along Avinguda de la Primavera (Primavera Avenue) for lunch or dinner. A good, sheltered place to anchor for the night lies between the islets of Gabina and Redona, but take care to avoid the sand banks and rocks in this area. Day 4: Sail north and enjoy the scenic coastline on the way to Cala Figuera. Known to the locals as “Little Venice,” this is a secluded anchorage along the southeast coast of Majorca. The port is part of a traditional fishing community with whitewashed cottages and boathouses that stretch down to the water’s edge. Eat lunch or dinner aboard and enjoy the quiet, natural setting, or try one of the local dishes at a café or restaurant near the marina. Day 5: Explore Cala Figuera, where there are a number of small coves that may be accessible for anchorage in good weather. One is Calo des Moro, which has a sandy bottom, clear water and a nice, small beach. There are no services available here, just a nice place to swim and snorkel. There are anchorage areas east of Colonia between the islets of Guardis and Moltona, but take care to avoid the sand banks at anchorages between Gabina and Redona. Day 6: Heading west from Colonia, you’ll discover the quiet port village of Sa Rapita and the lovely beach S’Arenal de sa Rapita, which stretches over half a mile from the port to the small village of Ses Covetes. You’ll find a white, sandy beach ringed with turquoise blue water that is shallow and perfect for windsurfing. A beach bar and restaurant are near the port end of the beach. Day 7: On the return trip to Palma, you’ll see the beautiful, steep cliffs of Cap Blanc with its lighthouse. Much of the coastline in this area is protected and undeveloped, so provides a beautiful backdrop with rocky inlets and secluded coves. Calo des Cap d’Alt and Cala de Cap Falco are two good examples for waters ideal for swimming and snorkeling. 14 Days Itineraries Day 1: Walk along the cobblestone streets of Palma and visit one of the most famous gothic cathedrals in Europe. The Palma Cathedral, also known as “La Seu,” or “the seat”, which refers to the bishop’s seat. Take in Palma’s historic atmosphere and charm, stock up your provisions and dine at one of many great restaurants. Spend overnight aboard. Day 2: After a leisurely breakfast, set sail for Andratx. Along the rocky coastline, you’ll pass Cala Portals Vells beach. It’s popular with sailors and offers dinghy service ashore if you want to eat at the restaurant. Rounding the cape you can try the golden, sandy beach at El Toro, which offers calm waters protected by Port Adriano. Once you reach the harbor of Andratx, one of the prettiest in Majorca, you can anchor there for the night. Day 3: As you head north, you’ll encounter Sa Dragonera (The Dragon), which is the main island off the coast and home to the Sa Dragonera Natural Park, with its huge colony of seagulls. There are two good spots for anchoring on the east side of the island, but only when the sea is calm. Eat lunch aboard. Along the way, you’ll pass by Cala de Valldemossa where actor Michael Douglas owns an impressive home. Anchor in the port of Soller for the night. Day 4: After breakfast aboard, visit the attractive port of Soller where you can climb the Es Faro lighthouse. Or travel inland a short distance via a vintage tram, called the “Orange Express”, to visit the town of Soller with its ancient olive trees and fragrant orange groves. The valley and surrounding mountains are a UNESCO world heritage site and popular with ecotourists. Eat lunch in one of the local tapas bars or in a café. In the afternoon, there are also two nice beaches at either end of Soller Bay for swimming and sunbathing. Day 5-6: Eat a hearty breakfast, and then sail to the port of Pollensa at the foot of Serra de Tramuntana, the island’s highest mountain, where you can anchor for the night. Along the way, you may want to stop at Cala Sa Calobra, a pebble beach and a small cove wedged between two cliffs. Nearby, the Torrent de Pareis (Paradise Stream) has carved a deep chasm in the cliff, which has its own pebble beach. Day 7: The village of Pollensa is a typical Majorcan town and definitely worth a visit. If you’re searching for the perfect beach, head north to reach the beautiful sandy beaches at Cala Agulla. Relax on the sands, swim or hike up to the Capdepera lighthouse to enjoy the panoramic views. It’s a short sail to the resort at Cala Ratjada, where you can eat dinner and anchor overnight. Day 8: Porto Cristo’s natural harbor has been sheltering fishing boats for centuries. Today, this peaceful fishing village and its harbor cater to visitors from all over the globe. There are popular beaches near Porto Cristo, but there are plenty of alternatives. You might want to take a glass bottom boat tour or head to Europe’s largest underground lake, Lake Martel, which is a short walk from the Nautico Marina area (or you can hire a taxi). The lake lies in the Cuevas del Drach (the dragon’s caves), a large, limestone cavern system. There are one-hour tours of the impressive stalactite formations, and visitors are often treated to short classical music concerts by musicians who take advantage of the fine acoustics. There are charming cafés in the Placa del Carme as well as restaurants overlooking the marina. Day 9: Portocolom’s large, natural harbor provides excellent and safe overnight anchorage. It was named after Christopher Columbus and still retains the feel of a quaint fishing village. Stroll the nearby beach at Platja de s’Arenal, which is divided into s’Arenal Gran and s’Arenal Petit. S’Arenal Gran has good underwater conditions for anchoring boats as it is sandy and sheltered from the Mediterranean’s winds and waves. Day 10: Head to Cala Figueras and enjoy the scenic coastline along the way, part of which belongs to Mondrago National Park. You can stop at Cala Mondrago, a small, beautiful beach with a restaurant and clear, turquoise waters ideal for swimming and snorkeling. Nearby is Cala s’Amarador with its white-sand beach edged in pine forests. Both coves have depths of up to 20 feet and sandy bottoms, but they are exposed to east and southeast winds. If needed, there are port facilities nearby in Porto Petro. Dock for the night in Cala Figueras. Day 11: The port of Cala Figueras is still primarily a fishing community with attractive whitewashed cottages and boathouses that stretch down to the water’s edge. Eat dinner aboard and enjoy the quiet natural setting, or try one of the local dishes at a café or restaurant near the marina. Day 12: It’s a relatively short sail from Cala Figueras to the port town of Colonia San Jordi. Colonia is known for its beautiful white-sand beaches, including Es Carbo, where the Spanish royal family is known to visit. Colonia is also just 10 km from the Cabrera archipelago and the National Maritime Park of Cabrera. In addition to serving as a sanctuary for Mediterranean sea life, the park has a lighthouse, caves and a 14th century castle. Day 13-14: Enjoy another day at the beach and bring a picnic lunch. Visit Es Trenc, a two-mile natural, isolated beach with lovely golden sand and clear waters. There are many popular restaurants and tapas bars along Avinguda de la Primavera (Primavera Avenue) for lunch or dinner. After an early breakfast on the following morning, set sail for Palma. What To Expect Onboard: The Lagoon 620 Cruising Catamaran is a 2020 model. This Cruising Catamaran has 2 Skipper Cabin Single, 2 Skipper Shower, 2 Skippers Toilet, Freezer, Gas Stove Oven, Bimini, Cockpit Cushions, Cockpit Shower, Cockpit Speakers, Cockpit Table, Davits for the dinghy, Dinghy, Electric Anchor Windlass, Electric Winch, Fridge, Outboard Engine, Self tailing winches, Swimming ladder, 220 V Socket, Battery Charger, Converter, Generator, Inverter, Air Conditioning, Cabin Fans, Electric Toilet Pump, Jack for MP3 - i-pod/phone, Radio, Dishwasher, Electric Fridge 220 V, Galley Fully Equipped, Water maker, Specification • Beam: 10.0 m / 32.10 ft • DRAFT: 1.55 m / 5.1 ft. • Engine: 2 x 110 hp • Fuel: 2 x 650 L / 2 x 172 US Gal. • LOA: 18.90 m / 62 ft. • Water Tank: 4 x 240 L / 4 x 63 US Gal. • Maximum Capacity: 12 • Recommended Capacity: 12 • Double Bed: 6 • Showers: 6 • Toilets: 6 Navigation • Auto Pilot • Depth Sounder • GPS Plotter • Speed Log • VHF • Wind Instruments Sails • Lazy Jacks with Lazy Bag • Main Sail battened • Roller Genoa If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. 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- 12 guests
- Cruising Catamaran
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Frequently Asked Question What is a crewed charter? Vacation in style and hire one of our all-inclusive, luxury crewed yachts for you and your guests’ exclusive use with an exciting destination tour and fine cuisine tailored to your preferences. A crewed charter is the ultimate in vacations and personalized to suit your tastes and plans. You do not need sailing experience as your yacht will come with its own crew of experienced professionals, including an experienced skipper and chef, who offer discrete, yet attentive five-star customer service. If your yacht is more than 60ft, there may be an additional crew member to look after you. Our crews are destination experts and will work with you to create your own bespoke itinerary suited to your vacation plans, with advice and recommendations to give you a unique experience. Your vacation will be fully catered with delicious meals prepared to your specification in advance of the charter. We will ask for your culinary preferences and the type and style of meals you and your guests enjoy so that the crew can carefully craft cuisine to match. We offer yachts with between four and six cabins, accommodating up to 12 guests. Our cabins are modern, comfortable double bedrooms with private bathrooms. You can hire our crewed fleet for a minimum of three to four nights, depending on the location, except during the Christmas holiday period when the minimum hire is for seven nights. Who makes up the crew on a crewed yacht charter? Your crew includes a skipper to sail the boat for you and a personal chef. If your chosen yacht is over a certain length, there may be an additional hostess in the crew. All our crews are handpicked for their expertise in sailing, cuisine and customer service, as well as destination knowledge. What is included? • Yacht and dinghy • Crew: Skipper and on board chef • Meals and drinks: Full board with all meals, snacks and drinks included. Particular drinks and brands can be sourced on request • Watersports: Snorkeling equipment, sea kayak and paddleboard • Entertainment: Flat-screen TV/DVD player entertainment centres and free unlimited Wi-Fi Air conditioning • Linen: Two sets of linen, towels and beach towels per cabin per week are provided. If you wish for more, we can talk to your about your preferences and advise • Cleaning: Housekeeping services for communal areas and cabins • Fees: mooring ball fees, depending on itinerary What is not included? • Gratuity: We suggest between 15-20% if you’re happy with the quality of the service • Marina & mooring fees: Depending on the itinerary • Cruising taxes and clearance fees: These are typically excluded • Meals ashore: If you wish to dine in local restaurants, this is not included in the price • Excursions ashore: If you wish to visit a local attraction, this is not included in the price • Flights, taxi transfers, and optional travel insurance: Not included in the price. We can arrange transfers from the airport to the marina and if you need this service, we can add to your quote • Scuba diving and more exclusive water toys: Can be sourced on request Will I be able to talk to the crew before we travel? This will be possible for our permanent crewed yachts. When will the meals be served? Meals will be served to suit your needs, although times may vary according to your preferred itinerary. Snacks are also served and available on board. Can we see sample menus? Yes. Can you look after special dietary requirements? This will be discussed before your charter so the meals and ingredients can be tailored to your preferences. Can I book a special cuisine for one night? We will do our best to source a specialist chef to make your dreams come true whether that is local or international cuisine. If you are celebrating a special milestone, such as a birthday or anniversary, let us know on your preference list pre-charter and we can arrange cakes, champagne and many other items that help you mark the occasion. Are their child or age restrictions? There are none, children are welcome. What happens if the weather changes? The captain may decide to change the itinerary if there is bad weather. How do guests get to the shore from the yacht? The crew takes guests to the show using a dinghy. What is the dress code? There is no dress code. What footwear should I wear onboard? Barefoot is best on board. Do life vests have to be worn on board? Life vests need to be worn. Can I use my hairdryer and hair straighteners on board? Usually you can, but it will depend on the boat so please check prior to arrival. Hairdryers are not provided in the cabins. Can I charge my mobile phone/tablet on board? Usually you can but it depends on the boat. How much cash should I carry? This is up to you. What is the smoking policy on the yachts? Smoking is only permitted in the very rear of the catamaran with respect given to non-smoking guests or by crew discretion.