1st sailing suggestion: 1 week from Can Pastilla

5-25nm per day by direct route (short distances, family holiday, wind independent, variety and relaxation for the whole crew

Day 1: Ca'n Pastilla

You take over your yacht in Ca'n Pastilla from 14 o'clock. Put everything away and familiarise yourself with life on board. After the handover, you have the choice of either practising a little today or spending the first evening comfortably in the bay of Palma.

The 2nd day: Ca'n Pastilla - Cala Pi

15nm Seaway - Bearing: 152°

Cast off after a leisurely breakfast. Drive the most important manoeuvres under engine in the harbour and get to know your yacht. Then set the sails and sail comfortably to Cala Pi. If the weather is stable, a night at anchor is a guarantee for seclusion and peace and quiet to spend an idyllic evening in the cockpit.

The 3rd day: Cala Pi - Cabrera

15nm Seaway - Bearing: 161°

Destination: Cabrera National Park. A day trip of 15sm is on the direct way today. With good winds the rounding of the small islands is fun! For Cabrera you need a permit for overnight stay, which you should apply for in advance (at least 3 weeks before the start of the trip). Once you arrive at your destination, a buoy is reserved for you. Colour-coded for different ship lengths.

buoy colour Yachts up to
white < 12m
yellow < 15m
orange < 20m
red > 20m

The 4th day: Cabrera - Portocolom

24nm Seaway - Bearing: 43°

Back to the big island. Roughly sailing northeast, you will reach the bay of Portocolom after 24 nautical miles today. Numerous fields of buoys or a place in the marina are at your disposal. Great restaurants directly on the coast invite you to dinner. With a view over the beautiful, sheltered bay, you can end the evening with a glass of wine.

Day 5: Portocolom - Sa Rapita

25nm Seaway - Bearing: 256°

Along the coast we will slowly make our way back today. Sa Rapita is a busy marina, especially in the high season, as the jump from here to Cabrera is only 12 nautical miles. Right next to the marina is the famous sandy beach Es Trenc. In calm conditions you can also stay overnight at one of the buoy fields 2 miles southeast of the small Isla Gabina.

Day 6: Sa Rapita - Palma de Mallorca

24nm seaway - bearing: 309°

Palma de Mallorca. For most Germans, El Arenal and the Ballermann are the best known. But that is not what you are here for. Palma is beautiful! Visit the city after your arrival at the Club de Mar and enjoy the flair of the island capital in the evening with huge yachts next to yours. A reservation in advance can't hurt here.

Day 7: Palma de Mallorca - Ca'n Pastilla

5nm seaway - bearing: 116°

Today we will return to the base in Ca'n Pastilla. The direct way back today is short. A little up and down sailing in the bay of Palma, according to the winds, or a bathing stop in between lets the day pass very quickly. After the last nice sailing hours you pack your sails in peace. You can refuel directly at the beginning of the marina. Afterwards it goes back to the jetty. Depending on how you spent the first evening, you probably already know what you want to do today.

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