If the thought of having an adventure at sea appeals then you need to consider renting a boat. The great news is that you don’t need any experience, you can rent a motorboat in Balearic Islands with skipper and enjoy the adventure, without the hassle of piloting the boat or even obtaining a license!
If this type of adventure appeals you need to take a look and choose the boat the number of berths and size of boat that best suits your needs. We have a good selection of boats that will suit every budget.
You may be wondering why choose the Balearics. In fact, is a question of location. The Balearic Islands are set just off the coast of Spain in the Mediterranean. They enjoy a warm climate throughout the year and generally have mild to moderate winds. That means the sea is fairly calm and inviting, perfect if you’re new to the world of boating.
In addition, the Balearics consist of 5 inhabited islands, the four largest are well known, Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, Formentera, the fifth inhabited island is Cabrera which sits just off the southern coast of Mallorca. There are also plenty of tiny islands that are uninhabited.
In short, you’ve got the perfect conditions for exploring and having an adventure by renting a motorboat in Balearic Islands with skipper!
You can motor between the eastern coast of Mallorca and Menorca in approximately 2 hours, while 4-5 hours off the eastern coast of Mallorca is Ibiza, and just below it Formentera. In other words, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
It’s worth noting that several parts of these islands are listed by UNESCO as World Heritage sites. Interestingly, there were very few settlements along the coast before the 19th century, mainly thanks to the risk of pirates. This has now changed and each island has a number of interesting ports worth visiting.
No trip to the Balearics would be complete without spending some time in Palma, the capital of Mallorca. You can stroll from the marina to the impressive Gothic Cathedral, it’s worth looking at La Almudaina Palace, the town hall and strolling up the hill to Dalt Vila, the old town is full of historical character and a great place to get a bite to eat.
Along the eastern coast of Mallorca, you’ll find Porto Cristo and you’ll need to cruise along the Caves of Drach which include an underground lake. It’s an impressive sight. If you like caves a little north of Porto Cristo you’ll find the caves of Arta. It’s also worth looking at Cala Ratjada, this is actually the easternmost point on the island. From here you can motor to Menorca and sample a quieter version of Mallorca, with a host of beautiful beaches and some excellent shopping and eating experiences.
The northern coast of Mallorca has dunes, pine trees, and mountains that fall into the sea. It’s breathtaking, you can stop at one of the secluded coves to really appreciate the beauty of this part of the island, and enjoy the warm waters.
The west coast, above Palma, is home to the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range. It’s a stunning backdrop and home to many celebrities and artists.
A blast across the Med will bring you to Ibiza. Don’t be fooled by the reputation. You don’t need to be on a stag party to enjoy the bars, the sunset, or simply soak up the sun in one of the many beautiful coves.
To rent a motorboat in Balearic Islands with skipper you need to take a look at sailogy.com and choose the right boat for your budget and passenger list. Contact our friendly first-class customer service team and they’ll navigate you through every step of the booking process, ensuring you’re ready for the experience of a lifetime.