Yacht rental in Mallorca
Do you often dream of enjoying a delicious glass of wine or champagne with friends at sunset on board a yacht? Rent a yacht rental in Mallorca and let yourself be pampered by an experienced crew whilst enjoying the views of beautiful coastlines.
Marinas and ports for your yacht rental in Mallorca
Whether you want to rent a yacht in Mallorca for an exceptional day trip or a multi-day trip, you'll find all-encompassing luxury and comfort with many extras. Rent a yacht in Mallorca and treat yourself to a very personal moment of happiness. In the following marinas and ports you can choose from an exclusive offer of different yachts:
Puerto de Palma
Port de Pollença
Sights and tips for your yacht rental in Mallorca
Don’t know where to go? No problem, because the offer of sights and excursion destinations that you can reach with a chartered yacht is enormous. But where do you start? In the southeast, for example. Detour to the Cabrera Islands for an unforgettable experience and then take a trip along the west coast. Mallorca's west is marked by the long Isla Dragonera, a spur of the Tramuntana mountain range. The Isla Dragonera lies like an oversized breakwater in front of the village of Sant Elm and marks the western tip of the island. From the deck of your yacht, this unique place is best explored. From here you can expect 90 kilometres or 35 nautical miles of unique nature with huge coastal mountains.
Start your dream trip in Sant Elm, in the extreme southwest of Mallorca. Your destination could be Formentor in the north, for example. Sant Elm used to be the darling of pirates and smugglers. Today, above all, spectacular nature awaits you. Discover beautiful landscapes to fall in love with on your tour, breathtaking creeks with turquoise waters. With your luxury yacht, steer towards the glowing red evening sky. If you decide to visit the shore on your trip, you can expect to see romantic mountain villages, museums in old country estates and rustic retreats.
On board your yacht rental in Mallorca you should definitely make a detour to Port de Sóller. A famous meeting place for gourmets and Promanadenflanierer as well as the perfect starting point of many routes. Surrounded by high mountains, Soller's only connection to the outside world was the port of Soller. From here, oranges and olive oil were shipped to France. Today, Port de Sóller is a magnet for numerous visitors, a catwalk along the many restaurants and bars on the harbour and an ideal starting point or end point for your holiday on a yacht. The combination of city strolls in Sóller and the swift noise of the waves of the Mediterranean make your trip an unforgettable experience.
A few nautical miles away is Port de Pollença. Surrounded by a magnificent mountain backdrop, this harbour is located in the northwestern tip of the bay of the same name. The port is especially popular with guests from all over the world due to the extensive supply of land and stunning natural beauty. Start with your yacht in the harbour and continue on your discovery tour ashore. Places of interest in Pollença include the Pont Romà stone bridge, two museums, two churches or the market in the centre. On the southern outskirts of Pollença, the house and convent Puig de Maria clearly stands out of the landscape. Built on the top of a hill, this 14th-century monastery was once Mallorca's most important nunnery. A great spot for a picnic.
The destination of your trip is the Cap Formentor, the northernmost point of the Balearic island and one of the most spectacular destinations in Mallorca. Wind and water have made the rocky coast bizarre, up to 300 meters, the coast falls straight into the deep blue sea water. On Formentor, several viewpoints offer unique panoramas. The most famous is probably the Mirador del Mal Pas, also called Mirador d'es Colomer.
Be inspired and put together an individual tour according to your schedule and interests. Spend your dream vacation on a luxury yacht in Mallorca.
Climate and weather conditions in Mallorca
The best time for a yacht rental on the Balearic island of Mallorca are the months of April to October. Although it rarely rains in the months of June, July and August, temperatures can rise to as much as 32 ºC, which can lead to high humidity levels. If you want to avoid the summer Mediterranean heat, you should plan your dream trip in the spring, from the end of March to June.
Those who travel the sea can expect a light to medium breeze. However, you can not expect the weather all year round. From June, the sea water heats up to about 20 ºC, then to 25 ºC at the end of August.
Arriving in the island of Mallorca
Every type of journey has its own special charm. When the weather is nice, you can catch a first glimpse of the island of Majorca by plane. You are free by car and can stop off in France or mainland Spain on the way. Or you leave the highway just before the Spanish border and enjoy the curvy ride along the cliffs and get over the border crossing Port Bou to Spain. By boat or ferry, the most traditional means of transport, you can enjoy the sunrise when you arrive in the morning. Add a gentle warm breeze and the arrival is perfect.
For most visitors, however, the plane is the best and easiest alternative: Flights to Palma de Mallorca are offered cheaply by many airlines. Once in Palma, you can take buses or a taxi easily and quickly to the different cities of the island. Ask us for a transfer from the airport. This is offered by many charter companies at the same time.