Spain Yacht Charter Guide
An introduction to wonderful sailing holidays to Spain by Seamaster
Our sailing holidays to Spain focus on the lovely Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean Sea that include the iconic Majorca, Ibiza and Menorca. Also discover the lesser known Formentera and Cabrera Islands on sailing holiday that promises to show you a side the these island you've never seen before.
These islands are extremely popular land based holiday destinations for travellers from around Europe and the world. However like most archipelagos, we believe they are best seen and experienced by yacht. After all, how else can you possibly manage to see and take in so much of these islands while doing so little? Currently Seamaster Yachting offers yacht charters in the Balearic Islands from Majorca and Ibiza.
See what people say about our yacht charters:
Our Sailing Areas in Spain
"We had an absolutely unbelievably great time on our charter. We loved the flexibility to duck in and out of bays and harbours as we pleased. It's an incredible way to see Majorca" J.B. 2017
Winds and Weather in Spain
The weather in the Balearics is typically Mediterranean, with long hot and dry summers. During peak season of July and August temperatures average in the early 30s. In May and October you'll experience temps in the early to mid 20s.
The winds are mostly moderate and average Force 3-4 (light to moderate winds). In Majorca and Menorca the wind comes predominantly from the north. In Mahon, the wind blows from the north 245 days a year. In Ibiza, Formentera and the other islands, the wind comes more from the south-east and wind speeds are generally lower.
Our Sailing Holiday Destinations
Picture lively character villages interspersed with isolated bays, beautiful Venetian architecture, clear water, gentle sailing winds and more islands than you could visit in a year.
Still the most famous and most popular sailing destination in the world. The iconic Greek islands are justifiably renown the world over for their beauty and character.
Chartacterised by wonderful under-development, a thriving culture, and an seemingly unlimited number of picturesque bays that hide authentic Turkish restaurants and tavernas.
Incredible diversity across four different sailing areas; Amalfi Coast, Sardinia, Sicily and Tuscan Islands. Don't forget the mouth-watering cuisine famous around the world.