Charters and corporate events

Based on our knowledge of the islands as locals together with our extensive experience as captains and by knowing the preferences of our clients, we suggest you a series of routes and experiences to facilitate your perfect choice of places, restaurants and services which are totally optional and that can be modified between the client and the captain who will finally decide the best options based on the weather conditions the most optimal route for you and your family or friends.

Charters and corporate events

Excursion to
Cabrera

Duration: 2 days and 1 night

DAY 1 Mallorca (Porto Cristo) - Cabrera

Cabrera is a protected National Park of more than 13 square km where more than 500 species of plants and 950 species of marine animals have been preserved for thousands of years.

Cabrera can only be reached by boat, there are no hotels or restaurants. Just a small canteen to quench your thirst. You cannot bring pets, or dive without permission, much less fish. And it is totally forbidden to drop anchor. All these strict measures are necessary to be able to conserve this natural reserve. We will try to sleep there, if we find a buoy available, enjoying a true paradise for all the senses.

We will try to sleep there, if we find a buoy available, enjoying a true paradise for all the senses.

We recommend you select one of our ALL-INCLUSIVE menus.

Together with the menu prepared by our Chef along with the environment of extreme nature you will have an unforgettable experience. Forget about buying food, drink, and cooking, we take care of all for you.

DAY 2 Cabrera - Mallorca

After enjoying a gratifying morning bath and a good breakfast, we will set sail back to Mallorca.

We will visit the eastern part of the island knowing some of the most inaccessible coves in this part of the coast, the purity of its crystalline waters will not cease to surprise you.

With the captain’s suggestions and according to your tastes, we’ll choose the best location to make the first stop. The recommendations are Cala Varques, Cala Virgili and Cala Magraner, considered some of the most beautiful virgin coves in Mallorca.

After having visited the coves enjoying the climate and its landscapes. After lunch we will head back to Porto Cristo.

Caldereta
en Menorca

Duration: 2 days and 1 night

DAY 1 Mallorca (Porto Cristo) - Menorca

Menorca is a paradise for the senses. UNESCO declared Menorca a biosphere reserve on 8 October 1993. Its impressive wild beaches and its characteristic environment do not leave anyone indifferent.

After about two and a half hours of navigation, we will arrive at Cala Es Talaier and Son Xoriguer where, after enjoying a pleasant bath in its crystal clear waters, we will eat anchored.

At sunset we will go to the wonderful natural port of Ciutadellawhere they will wait for us in one of the most emblematic restaurants on the island.

There we will taste one of the typical dishes, the Menorcan lobster stew, which is undoubtedly a pleasure for the most demanding gourmets. We will spend the night in the port.

DAY 2, Menorca - Mallorca (Porto Cristo)

Before starting our navigation back to Mallorca, we will spend the morning anchored in Macarella.

This famous cove is located between Punta de “na Xulla and Castellet de Macarella”, forming part of the Natural Area of special interest on the south coast of Ciutadella. Considered one of the most beautiful in Menorca, this isolated and unspoiled cove has medium dimensions and high cliffs around it.

After having visited the coves enjoying the climate and its landscapes. After lunch we will head back to Porto Cristo.

Calas de
Mallorca 4H

Duration: 4 hours all included.

Get to know the most inaccessible coves on the east coast of Mallorca, its crystalline waters and purity will not cease to amaze you.

We will set sail around 10am from the Base Port of Porto Cristo heading to Cala Varques, Cala Virgili and Cala Magraner, considered some of the most beautiful virgin coves in Mallorca.

With the captain’s suggestions and according to your tastes, we’ll choose the best location to make the first stop.

While enjoying a bath, the crew will prepare a tasty snack for you. Then we will anchor in another beautiful beach in the area to then return to Porto Cristo. In total we will enjoy a quiet navigation of about 40 minutes between the round trip.

Calas de
Mallorca 8H

Duration: 8 hours all included

Get to know the most inaccessible coves on the east coast of Mallorca, its crystalline waters and purity will not cease to amaze you.

We will set sail around 10am from the Base Port of Porto Cristo heading to Cala Varques, Cala Virgili and Cala Magraner, considered some of the most beautiful virgin coves in Mallorca.

With the captain’s suggestions and according to your tastes, we will choose the best location to make the first stop.

Experiences and Routes

Sunset
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Duration:8 hours ALL INCLUSIVE (*you can add the option to sleep overnight in the boat. Check in 15:00 Check out: 23:00 (* 10:00 am)

Get to know the most inaccessible coves on the east coast of Mallorca, its crystalline waters and purity will not cease to amaze you.

We will set sail around 3:00 p.m. from the base port of Porto Cristo to Cala Varques, Cala Virgili and Cala Magraner, considered some of the most beautiful virgin coves in Mallorca.

With the captain’s suggestions and according to your tastes, we will choose the best location to make the first stop and we will end up in an idyllic place for you to enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world.

Rutas Week Charter

Week in Ibiza and Formentera

Week in
Ibiza y Formentera

Duration: 7 days and 7 nights

DAY 1 Mallorca (Porto Cristo) - Cabrera

Distance: 31 miles

Cabreracan only be reached by boat, there are no hotels or restaurants. Just a small canteen to quench your thirst. You cannot bring pets, or dive without permission, much less fish.

Cabrera can only be reached by boat, there are no hotels or restaurants. Just a small canteen to quench your thirst. You cannot bring pets, or dive without permission, much less fish. And it is totally forbidden to drop anchor. All these strict measures are necessary to be able to conserve this natural reserve. We will try to sleep there, if we find a buoy available, enjoying a true paradise for all the senses.

DAY 2: Cabrera - IBIZA (North coves)

Distance: 62 miles

We will leave Cabrera after a morning swim in its crystalline waters and, after a healthy breakfast we will begin the journey sailing Ibiza.
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Once we reach the north coast of Ibiza we will anchor in Cala Xarraca to have dinner in one of its wonderful restaurants and spend the night there.

DAY 3: Calas Norte IBIZA - Ses Salines IBIZA

Distance: 31 miles

We will set sail in the morning and after anchoring in some of the most beaches of the east coast and refueling in the port of Sant Antoni, we head to the Ses Salines Natural Park.
Its beach is considered by many, the best beach in Ibiza. Not only because it is located in the Natural Park protected by a crown of dunes, but also because in this area the purity and transparency of the waters is appreciated with special intensity, thanks to the native Posidonia Oceánica, included in the declaration of World Heritage Site.
We will have dinner in one of its fantastic restaurants and spend the night in this magical environment.

DAY 4: IBIZA Ses Salines - Formentera

Distance: 18 miles

After enjoying a morning swim and a nice breakfast, we will head to Formentera. Just over 20 km south of Ibiza is the wonderful and bohemian island of Formentera, a relaxing paradise that preserves its natural beauty with gorgeous beaches, charming villages and crystal-clear waters. Formentera has drawn everyone from Bob Dylan and Jimi Hendrix to Madonna and Leonardo DiCaprio. All have been seduced by his incredible tranquility and charm.

DAY 5: Formentera - Ibiza Town

Distance: 27 miles

After having spent the whole day discovering Formentera and its fantastic waters, we will head to the Capital of Ibiza to refuel and set the boat. We will spend the night in the port where we can take a tour on the magnificent old town of Ibiza and choose a restaurant for diner, from the wide variety of restaurants that the city offers.
Almost everyone when hears about Ibiza, associates it to night clubs, beach, and partying, but the white island offers many other things such as culture, nature, gastronomy, and some of the most spectacular sunsets in the world.

DAY 6: Ibiza Town - Mallorca, Es Trenc

Distance: 74 Miles

We will set sail soon to make the journey back to Mallorca. We will take the opportunity to enjoy the navigation and we will try to spot dolphins, sunfish or with great luck turtles!
After about 4 to 5 hours sailing, we will reach the beaches of the south coast of Mallorca. Es trenc is considered and is surely, the most beautiful and iconic beach in Mallorca. Its turquoise waters, sparkling white sand, and atmosphere, have made it one of the 10 most praised beaches in Spain.

Depending on the weather conditions, we will spend the night anchored or docked in the port of Sa Rápita, an old fishing village chosen by the Majorcans as a second residence where they enjoy their summer holidays away from the mass tourism of other areas of the Island

DAY 7: Mallorca Es trenc - Porto Cristo

Distance: 74 miles

We will spend our last sailing day visiting the wonderful coves and beaches of the east coast of Mallorca such as Cala Mitjana, Cala Mondragó, Cala Sa Nau and Cala Varques to finally reach the port of Porto Cristo and spend our last night there.

 

DAY 8: Porto Cristo (Check Out)

We will wake up moored in the port of Porto Cristo and once we have enjoyed our last breakfast on the boat we will have to check out, around 10:00, with the crew and say goodbye.

The proposed route is optional and may be modified between the client and the captain, who will finally decide the most optimal route based on weather conditions, passenger and crew safety.

 

The proposed route is optional and may be modified between the client and the captain, who will finally decide the most optimal route based on weather conditions, passenger and crew safety.

Week in Menorca

Week in
Menorca

Duration: 7 days and 7 nights

DAY 1 Mallorca (Porto Cristo) - Menorca (Ciutadella)

Distance: 34 miles

Menorca is made up of more than 200 km of coastline. Its beautiful beaches are characteristic for the diversity of colors of its sands and its crystalline waters, attracts all visitors. Although it may seem surprising to you, but they are usually relatively empty since not all of them are easily accessible on foot, only by boat.

Our first night will be spent in the natural port of the city of Ciutadella, the second largest urban center on the island. One of the best memories of your vacation will be the magical night walk through the port.

DAY 2 Menorca, Ciutadella - Calas North of the island

Distance: 12 miles

We will spend the day discovering the impressive virgin coves of the north coast of Menorca such as Cala Morell, La Vall and Cala Pregonda where we will spend the night.

DAY 3 Cala Pregonda - Cala Fornells

Distance: 10 miles

After the sunrise in Cala Pregonda, we will head to Cala Fornells, a charming fishing village that breathes Mediterranean life among its whitewashed alleys where, among other things, you can enjoy walking along the promenade which is full of local restaurants.

Fornells has a spectacular bay, which gives it the appearance of a small, isolated sea. It is a natural reserve formed by small islands and virgin coves with crystal clear waters.

There we will spend the night and we will have the possibility to taste the most exquisite delicacy of the island, the “Caldereta de Langosta”. Lobster delicatessen.

DAY 4 Cala Fornells - Mahón

Distance: 23 miles

We will leave the port of Fornells direction to Mahón. After some few milles, we would be anchoring at the island of Colom / Tamarindos. A virgin and uninhabited island where to feel like a true Robinson Crusoe of the 21st century!

Its seabed is ideal for snorkelling and diving due to the quality and warmth of its waters, but, above all, to the incredible transparency that it reaches in some areas.

We will eat there and then head to the capital of Menorca.

Mahón has more than 28,000 inhabitants and its port is considered one of the best natural harbors in the world, which is why it was historically desired by foreign navies.

DAY 5 Mahón - Cala Galdana

Distance: 20 miles

We will go to the western most point of the island, sailing along its entire coast and making stops in the most emblematic beaches of the island such as Cala Macarellaand Cala Porter. Around sunset time we will reach Cala Galdana where we will have dinner in one of its restaurants and sleep anchored there.

DAY 6 Menorca (Cala Galdana) - Mallorca (Pollença)

Distance: 35 miles

After a refreshing swim and a consistent breakfast in Cala Galdana, we will sail to Cape Formentor, in the northeast of Mallorca. It is a natural symbol and one of the most beautiful places on the island of Mallorca, it is in the Pollença region.

The lush and dense forest of pines and oaks of the Formentorpeninsula surrounds this characteristic beach. The branches of the trees are practically touching the crystalline waters of the Mediterranean that bathes this dreamy coastline.

DAY 7 Mallorca, Pollença - Porto Cristo

Distance: 34 miles

On our last day of sailing, we will take the opportunity to visit the beaches of the north and east coast of the island, anchoring in some of its best coves such as Coll Baix, Cala Torta or Cala Mesquida.

In the middle of the afternoon, we will head to Porto Cristo where we will spend the night.

DAY 8 Porto Cristo

We will wake up moored in the port of Porto Cristoand once we have enjoyed our last breakfast on the boat we will have to check out, around 10:00, with the crew and say goodbye.

The proposed route is optional and may be modified between the client and the captain, who will finally decide the most optimal route based on weather conditions, passenger and crew safety.

The proposed route is optional and may be modified between the client and the captain, who will finally decide the most optimal route based on weather conditions, passenger and crew safety.

Vuelta a Mallorca

Vuelta a
Mallorca

Duration: 7 days and 7 nights

DAY 1 Mallorca (Porto Cristo) - Cabrera

Distance: 31 miles

Cabrera can only be reached by boat, there are no hotels or restaurants. Just a small canteen to quench your thirst. You cannot bring pets, or dive without permission, much less fish. And it is totally forbidden to drop anchor. All these strict measures are necessary to be able to conserve this natural reserve.

We will try to sleep there, if we find a buoy available, enjoying a true paradise for all the senses.

Cabreracan only be reached by boat, there are no hotels or restaurants. Just a small canteen to quench your thirst. You cannot bring pets, or dive without permission, much less fish.

We will try to sleep there, if we find a buoy available, enjoying a true paradise for all the senses.

DAY 2 Cabrera - Mallorca (Sa Rapita / Es Trenc)

Distance: 15 miles

Es trenc is considered and is, surely, the most beautiful and iconic beach in Mallorca Its turquoise waters, sparkling white sand, and atmosphere, have made it one of the 10 most praised beaches in Spain.

During the day we will stop at different beaches in the surroundings such as Cala Es Carbó, which is difficult to access from land and therefore has little traffic of tourists.

Depending on the weather conditions, we will spend the night anchored or docked in the port of Sa Rápita, an old fishing village chosen by many Majorcans as a second holiday home where to enjoy the summer away from mass tourism.

DAY 3 Sa Rapita - Palma

Distance: 25 miles

We will set sail in the morning, after breakfast, heading towards Palma we will sail along the south east coast of Mallorca. During the day we can anchor in the emblematic beach of Illetes, Cala Mago and Cala blava.

We will spend the night in the port of Palma, close to the cathedral and the old town. Therefore, a good opportunity to walk, get to know the gastronomy and delight ourselves with its famous restaurants for dinner.

DAY 4 Palma - Port d'Andratx

Distance: 24 miles

We will wake up in the Port of Palma and head towards Puerto de Andratx.

It is a small coastal town with a lot of character thanks to the mix of celebrities, bohemians, fishermen and visitors that make it up. The center is made up of an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, and cafes.

The main attraction of Port d’Andratx is its beautiful environment characterized by the landscape mix between beach and mountains.

After having spent the day anchored in the amazing beaches of Cala Llamp and Cala Egos, we will spend the night in this wonderful port where we can enjoy the best Mallorcan cuisine in one of its fantastic restaurants recommended by the crew located at only few meters from the shore.

DAY 5, Port d'Andratx - Sóller

Distance: 23 miles

After breakfast we will set sail to Sóller, known as one of the most charming towns in Mallorca.

It is a wonderful natural port surrounded by mountains, formerly known as a fishermen’s refuge and a well-known trade route between Mallorca and the French Coast.

Today it is a summer resort chosen by hundreds of tourists. Nestled on the North coast of Mallorca, in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana, it is part of the World Heritage Site (UNESCO).

We will spend the day in its wonderful beaches and at sunset we will go to the port and spend the night there. Sóller offers a wide gastronomic offer, from tapas to molecular cuisine and of course you should try its famous Sóller prawns, famous for their exquisite flavor.

DAY 6 Sóller - Pollença

Distance: 28 miles

After breakfast, we will head to Pollença sailing along the most beautiful coast of the island thanks to the characteristic mountainous landscape of the Sierra de Tramuntana.

We will make stops in its well-known beaches such as: in Sa Calobra, Cala Tuent and Formentor.

In the late afternoon we will arrive at the charming port of Pollensa where we will rest and enjoy its magical surroundings.

Puerto de Pollença first became a summer resort for the island’s upper class and shortly after into a pioneering nucleus of international tourism. A good part of those first foreign tourists were made up of the many artists who came to Pollença attracted by its light and its landscapes. Since then, tourism has grown unstoppably, making Pollença a place with a special attraction for all visitors to the island.

DAY 7 Pollença - Porto Cristo

Distance: 37 miles

Our last sailing day will be dedicated to disvocer the wonderful coves and beaches of the east coast of Mallorca such as Cala Mesquida, Cala Ratjadaand font salada to finally reach Porto Cristo and spend our last night in the port.

DAY 8: Porto Cristo (Check Out)

We will wake up moored in the port of Porto Cristo and once we have enjoyed our last breakfast on the boat we will have to check out, around 10:00, with the crew and say goodbye.

The proposed route is optional and may be modified between the client and the captain, who will finally decide the most optimal route based on weather conditions, passenger and crew safety.

For more information, do not hesitate to contact us to help you plan your vacation.

From ELEGANT CHARTER we want to offer you the best so that you do not have to think about anything other than enjoying your trip.

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