One way

As the name “One way” suggests, the port of departure is not the same as that of arrival. Often a greater distance is covered, and the trips usually last longer than a week. Depending on the route, these trips are particularly suitable for ambitious sailors. The deep-sea trips are especially challenging and eventful at the same time. Here, of course, the weather plays an even greater role than on the regular trips, while shore excursions and ports along the route can be omitted or added. These trips are more individual and therefore more flexible, and for those who are looking for a special sailing experience, our “One way” tours offer you exactly that! For more information, please contact us directly.

Malaga – Mallorca

We start in the heart of the “Costa del Sol” and sail for quite some time within sight of the Spanish south coast. Mountains, beaches, and cities can be seen well from a distance. With an easterly course, we discover beautiful harbor towns and have enough time to explore them before gradually leaving the Spanish mainland and crossing over to the Balearic Islands. First, we reach the beautiful beaches of Formentera. The fine and bright sandy beach has a Caribbean quality and attracts many yachts. At this time of the year, the water is still a bit cool, but for most, the jump into the water is quite enjoyable still!

After a stop in Ibiza, we sail towards our final destination Palma de Mallorca. The old town and the cathedral are only two of the impressive sights in Mallorca.

This trip is a good mix of longer sailing and interesting stops on land.

For all further information, please contact us personally.

Route: Malaga, Motril, Almeria, Cartagena, Calp, Formentera, Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca

Note: Due to weather conditions and Corona restrictions, there may be deviations from the planned route. The mentioned ports may not be visited.

Date: New dates coming soon 
Start: Malaga
Destination: Palma de Mallorca
Single cabin: on request
Bord cash: approx. 200€
Distance: approx. 460sm

Mallorca – Ibiza

As with our one-week round trip, this sailing trip also starts in Palma de Mallorca. The city is considered the most beautiful in the Mediterranean, and anyone who has stood in front of the imposing cathedral and strolled through the narrow streets of the old town can easily understand this. From Palma, we reach the first anchor bays within a few hours, where we can enjoy swimming, snorkeling, and eating delicious tapas in the beach restaurant – a pure vacation!


After getting to know some bays of the largest Balearic island, we set off for Ibiza and Formentera. After about ten hours, we reach the coast of Ibiza, where you can expect beautiful beaches and a lively party scene. The inland of both islands is gorgeous, and a trip with a scooter is a must. Beach-wise, Formentera is unbeatable and has the longest and whitest sandy beaches in the entire Mediterranean. Our cruise ends in Ibiza, the city of the same name is also absolutely worth seeing.

In short: The best of the three western Balearen in seven days!

Route: Mallorca, Formentera, Ibiza

On land: The old town of Palma, cathedral, Ibiza city, cultural offer, nightlife
For the eye: White sandy beaches, many bays, great viewpoints, often dolphins
Sailing: Mostly 3-4 bft in summer (sea/shore wind), frequent anchoring

Details

Date: New dates coming soon
Start: Palma de Mallorca
Destination: Ibiza
Single cabin: on request
Bord cash: approx. 220€
Distance: approx. 140sm

Ibiza – Mallorca

Our cruise starts in Ibiza and leads us along dreamlike sandy beaches to the most beautiful places of the western Balearic Islands. Besides the historic old towns of Ibiza City and Palma de Mallorca, it is especially the scenery and the clear water that impress us. The interior of all three islands is gorgeous, and an excursion with a scooter should be absolutely there.

Beach-wise, Formentera is unbeatable. Here are the longest and whitest sandy beaches in the entire Mediterranean, and snorkeling, swimming, and lazing around should not be neglected on this tour. Our cruise ends in Palma de Mallorca with good connections to the airport and the old town.

In short: The best of the three western baleraen in seven days!

Route: Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca

On land: The old town of Palma, cathedral, Ibiza city, cultural offer, nightlife
For the eye: White sandy beaches, many bays, great viewpoints, often dolphins
Sailing: Mostly 3-4 bft in summer (sea/shore wind), frequent anchoring

Details

Date: New dates coming soon
Start: Ibiza
Destination: Palma de Mallorca
Single cabin: on request
Bord cash: approx. 220€
Distance: approx. 140 sm

Martinique – Guadeloupe

This is a seven-day Caribbean cruise that has a lot to offer. We start in Martinique, and a short time later, we drop the anchor in one of the numerous bays in the fine sand. We swim, snorkel and sip a cocktail at the beach bar – we have arrived in the Caribbean! The next day we set sail north, and after one day, we reach the neighboring island of Dominica. This tropical island is known for its culinary arts, spices, and mangrove forests – so there is a lot to explore.

After our stay in Dominica, we see the green mountain slopes on the horizon getting smaller. We soon reach the islands of Iles de Saintes and Marie Galante, offshore to the south of Guadelupe. This region is one of the most beautiful the Caribbean offers, thanks to its idyllic bays, dreamlike sandy beaches, coral reefs for snorkeling, and lively towns where you can experience Caribbean joie de vivre. The food is also excellent, with the fish being freshly caught and the colorful restaurants knowing their trade. Conclusion: A varied and intense 7-day trip.

This cruise is also well suited as an extension week before or after the offered Caribbean cruises, with a 10% discount.

Details

Date: 04.02.-11.02.2023
Start: Martinique
Destination: Guadeloupe
Single cabin: on request
Bord cash: approx. 300€
Distance: approx. 150sm

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