Discover the beauty of Mallorca on a catamaran

A diverse destination nestled between the sea and mountains

Discover the beauty of Mallorca on a catamaran


Sail around the largest island in the Balearics, Mallorca. Discover a new city each day of the week aboard a beautiful catamaran! Stroll along the harbours to find a place to dine and try specialities like pica-pica, Trempo Salad and Ensaïmada. Do not miss the chance to discover the secrets of this heavenly archipelago!

Cruise Highlights

  • Exploring Cabrera Island, a protected land and sea park
  • Snorkeling in the bay of Pollença
  • Discovering Port Soller and its old tram
4.8 4.8 · 4 reviews

Your Boat

  • Lagoon 40
  • 4 total cabins
  • 8 people max
  • 2 crew members

You will sail on a magnificent Lagoon 40, built in 2019. This catamaran, almost 12 metres long, has all the necessary equipment on board to make for an unforgettable holiday. You will enjoy lunch on the large cockpit table and relax on wide benches. You will be pleasantly surprised by the elegance and brightness of the square, which creates a quiet and friendly place - ideal for reading away from the heat. The trampolines and sunbathing area at the front of the boat are perfect for taking in the scenery. Finally, the rear skirts have been designed to make it easier to get back on board and for access to the dinghy.

  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Refrigerator
  • Linens and bath towels
  • Radio, CD & MP3 player
  • Interior and exterior speakers
Layout

The owner reserves the right to replace with a different boat model of the same quality and performance

Your Cabin

Cabin

This Lagoon 40 has 4 double cabins and can accommodate up to 8 passengers. All cabins are equipped with a double bed, a large porthole with a view of the sea, storage space and a bathroom with a private toilet.

Itinerary of your cruise

Known for its scenic coastline, Mallorca is a beautiful island, the ideal destination for a relaxing sailing holiday. During your stopovers, discover old fishing villages that have preserved their charm and authenticity. Enjoy the varying landscapes as you sail in the Balearics.

Map
Balearic Islands

DAY 1 : Palma de Mallorca - Port of Andratx
Boarding is scheduled at 5pm from the Palma marina. You'll meet your hostess and skipper who will show you to your cabin and take you on a tour of the boat. After a briefing on you itinerary and safety demonstrations, the captain will begin the journey to Port Adratx. Located southwest of the Serra Tramuntana (mountain range), this former fishing village has retained all its charm and elegance. Stroll along the harbour in search of a restaurant for dinner. Overnight on board.

DAY 2 : Port of Andratx - Port Sóller
Take time and enjoy your breakfast in the comfort of the cockpit. You set sail in the morning to reach Port Sóller. Located in a small horseshoe-shaped bay, this charming coastal town is dominated by the highest peak on the island, the Puig Mayor (1,445m). To get to the city you can take the old tramway, the Orange Express. In the central square, you will find its Baroque style church, San Barolomé. The streets surrounding the square are full of traditional houses and shops. Dine in the city or return to the port and watch the sunset. Overnight on board.

Day 3 : Port Sóller - Port Pollença
Leave the port as sails are hoisted in the direction of Port Pollença. This seaside resort welcomed the famous novelist Agatha Christie in 1932. Her stay inspired her to write the story “Problem at Pollensa Bay”, which lead to an explosive interest in this destination. Protected from winds by the Formentor peninsula and the Alcúdia peninsula, Pollença Bay is an ideal spot for swimming and snorkeling. At the end of the day, you can stroll along the pedestrian crossing "Anglada Camarasa" (north of the marina). Overnight on board.

DAY 4 : Port Pollensa - Cala Rajada
The skipper casts off to the village of Cala Rajada. In the 17th century, the fishermen of this village specialised in catching rays and lobsters, hence its name. Its port is also one of the closest to Menorca. You'll enjoy the white sandy beaches and the quality of the turquoise water (awarded the "blue flag" of the European Foundation for Environmental Education). If you wish to walk around the city, we advise you to go to the Capdepera lighthouse. Overnight on board.

DAY 5 : Cala Rajada - Cala d'Or
After a few hours of sailing, you arrive at Cala d'Or. For many, this cove has one of the best climates on the island. Depending on your desires, you can relax on the beach, cool off in dazzling blue water or stroll to around the city. Its architecture and buildings, whose facades were whitewashed, give it an Ibizan style. In the city center, you will find many restaurants where you can try the local cuisine. The bravest can explore the backcountry. As you return to the boat, you will pass by many restaurants ("Port Petit" offers you a refined cuisine). Overnight on board.

DAY 6 : Cala d'Or - Cabrera Island
Imagine waking up early to watch the sunrise, while the boat sails south towards the island of Cabrera, this is your reality on day 6. This island is a protected land and sea park since 1991. Its bay is home to a particularly rich fauna and flora. You may have the chance to see turtles, dolphins, octopuses, many species of fish and birds. You will have the opportunity to do several hikes that will take you to the castle, the lighthouse or the Cova Blanca cave*. Overnight on board.

*To get to the castle, you will need to ask the park office (located next to the cafeteria on the platform) for permission.

DAY 7 : Cabrera Island - Palma
After having weighed anchor and hoisted the sails, the captain sets sail for Palma de Mallorca. Enjoy your last hours on the boat to relax on the trampolines and admire the landscape of the south coast of Mallorca. Upon arrival in Palma, you will have free time to explore the capital of the Balearic Islands and discover its impressive cathedral (the Catedral-Basilica de Santa Maria), Bellver Castle but also its many patios located in the city centre (over 40). For your dinner, we recommend the restaurants: Bar Espana local cuisine), Millo Cocina Mestiza (Latin and international cuisine)... Overnight on board.

DAY 8 : Palma de Mallorca
You are scheduled to disembark after breakfast at around 9am. Depending on your flight schedule, you can continue your visit to Palma.


Palma de Mallorca  Port of Andratx  Port Sóller  Port Pollensa  Cala Rajada  Cala d'Or  Cabrera Island  Palma de Mallorca

The itinerary may be changed without prior notice due to technical or weather conditions.
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Price includes

  • Accommodation in a double cabin with a private bathroom
  • Crew services (skipper and hostess/ cook)
  • Half board (breakfast and lunch) from day 2
  • Diving equipment with masks and snorkels
  • Bedding and towels
  • Consumables for the boat: fuel, gas and water
  • Tourist tax
  • Final cleaning
  • Guaranteed departure from 2 reserved cabins
  • Beverages:
  • 0.5L of wine or 1L of beer per person per day
  • 1L of water per person per day
  • Important: the meals offered on board are unsuitable for people with food allergies or intolerances. The meals can only be adapted for vegetarians. Thank you for your understanding.

Price does not include

  • Flights
  • Roundtrip transfer from the airport and the boat
  • Dinners
  • Activities, excursions and visits proposed on site

Our customers' reviews of this boat

4,8 · 4 reviews

  • 4

    Relaxing trip around Mallorca

    Overall a very relaxing cruise with great weather and warm seas. Compared to Greece, Mallorca has less history but still has its own charm and the water is probably an even more intense blue. Our crew members Chris and Elena were wonderful company and were always eager to help. They looked after us with a smile and customized the trip to our needs. Areas for improvement include information on arrival at the Marina to find the boat (the charter company provided no specific info about which catamaran to find at all). Also we missed being able to dock in Puerto Cristo so had a second day of 6 hours of sailing in quite heavy seas which was too much. It is really important to get a berth to break that journey overnight.

  • 5

    Croisière à Majorque

    Nous avons beaucoup apprécié, tout de suite le Skipper, accueillant, à l'écoute, parlant Français, anglais, espagnol, ensuite notre charmante hôtesse espagnole qui a fait le maximum pour répondre à nos besoin. Nous avons été gâtés, excellente cuisinière, présentation des plats, à l'écoute de ce que nous aimions pour les repas, matin, midi, etc... Enfin un sympathique sud-Africain, comme nous en vacances, nous avons bien sympathisés et passé une très agréable semaine.

  • 5

  • 5

Frequently asked questions

  • What documents do I need to travel to the Balearics?

    For EU and non-EU residents, check with the consulate in your country of origin for information on formalities.
  • Is everyone on board English-speaking?

    Please note that this cruise is not exclusive to English travelers. It is quite common to meet people of various nationalities on board as we offer cruises to international clientele - encouraging curious and enriching exchanges for both passengers and crew.
    Crew members are multilingual and qualified to offer multilingual service.
  • Who organzies my flight to Mallorca?

    Your flight tickets can be booked by the GlobeSailor team. All you have to do is specify it to your advisor when you book your cruise.
  • How can I arrange my transfer from the airport to the boat?

    Your transfers are not included in your package. However, they can be arranged by your GlobeSailor advisor and the base chief by taxi or minibus. Payment for this service is generally to be made to GlobeSailor at the time of payment of the balance or directly on site in cash. Don't forget to forward your arrival times to your advisor.
  • What do the skipper and the hostess do?

    All the skippers we offer are registered and hold the necessary professional certificates. They speak French and English fluently. If you have any special requirements regarding the skipper, please let us know. The skipper is responsible for navigation and your safety on board. Concerning the organisation, the skipper sleeps on the boat, either in a separate cabin or in the saloon. The skipper is not responsible for cooking or washing dishes. On request, a hostess (or cook) can prepare your meals, clean the saloon, your cabins and more generally ensure that the boat is in good order.
  • Does the boat operate only with the sails?

    It depends on the weather. When the winds are strong, the skipper will use the sails to sail silently. On days with calmer winds or to reach the stopovers on schedule, the skipper may need to use the engine. The engine is also used when entering and leaving the marinas. We cannot guarantee a minimum time of using the sails. The skipper will do their best to use the sails as much as possible and involve passengers in manoeuvres.
  • How are meals organzied on board?

    During your cruise, you benefit from the half board formula, including breakfast and one meal (lunch or dinner) per day. You will be entitled to: 1/2L of wine or 1L of beer with your meal. Check the terms and conditions of your quotation carefully. On request, your advisor can send you the menus proposed on board. They are often prepared with fresh and local produce. Please inform us as soon as possible if you are allergic to any food or if you are on a special diet.
  • What payments must I make in order to confirm my booking?

    To confirm your booking you should inform your GlobeSailor advisor who will put an option (hold) on the cabin for a certain time until we receive your down payment.
    The booking will only be considered final once your down payment has been recieved (by bank transfer, Paypal or credit card) which is 50% of the total amount. A 100% down payment is required for any booking made less than one month before departure.
    The balance should be paid no later than one month before boarding.
  • What happens if I need to cancel my cruise?

    In the event of cancellation, you must notify your GlobeSailor advisor as soon as possible. Whatever the cause, the following cancellation fees will be due: up to 120 days before departure: 30% /// from 119 to 60 days: 50% /// from 59 days until departure: 100% of the amount of your reservation. We recommend that you sign up for cancellation insurance with your personal insurance provider.