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Enjoy crystal clear waters and charming coastal towns on your luxury yacht charter in Spain. Known for its café-lined plazas, hillside villages, stunning cathedrals, and delicious local fare, Spain is one of Europe’s most unique and varied destinations for yacht charters. From the sparkling Balearic Islands – which includes world-famous Ibiza – to the cosmopolitan cities of the southern coast, Spain dazzles with its cultural vibrance.

The Balearic Islands are the most popular destination for a yacht charter in the Mediterranean . Each of these four islands – all within cruising distance of one another – offer their own unique attractions and must-see sites. Explore Roman and Moorish ruins on Mallorca, where you’ll find numerous cultural sites near the island’s glittering golden-sand beaches. Ibiza, of course, is known for its VIP-filled clubs that draw celebrities and A-listers the world over. While Menorca and Formentera, boast quieter, more relaxed vibes, and a host of local vineyards, olive groves, and enchanting beaches to explore.

On the mainland, you’ll find 1,000 miles of colorful coastline. From the splendor of Barcelona to the sun-soaked towns and ports of the Costa del Sol, an inherent sense of culture will make it so you never want to leave. Bottom line: A yacht charter in Spain will be an experience you won’t soon forget.

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  • VIP clubs and all-night parties in Ibiza
  • Amazing Spanish cuisine and local wine
  • Secluded, golden-sand beaches
  • Excellent mountain trekking in the Serra de Tramuntana range
  • Historic citadels, ruins, and cathedrals to explore
  • Bustling markets and boutique shopping
  • Vibrant festivals and cultural events

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Spain Yachting: When to Go

The Spanish coast and Balearic Islands enjoy a classic Mediterranean climate: hot, dry summers and mild, sometimes rainy winters. And while it is accessible all year long, summer is prime yachting season in Spain, most notably in July and August. These peak months offer hot, sunny days and mild water temperatures that are perfect for outdoor adventures.

In the shoulder season months of May-June and September, the weather and conditions are excellent for yachting, as well. Temperatures hover in the mid-70s, with steady breezes and moderate swells. The shoulder season also offers a reprieve from the crowds of July and August.

Spain Yacht Charters – Where to Go

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The majority of Spain yacht charters cruise the Balearic Islands. Regarded for their golden beaches, glimmering bays, and lively harbors, the Balearics – Mallorca, Ibiza, Formentera, and Menorca – are one of Europe’s best destinations for a private yacht charter.

The largest of the Balearic Islands, Mallorca is a stunningly beautiful island, known for its lush, mountainous interior and picturesque seaside villages. Tucked away in the interior, you’ll find countless olive groves, vineyards, and almond groves – a perfect afternoon escape – while the harbors are filled with incredible restaurants, historic Gothic buildings, and excellent shopping.

The most famous of the Balearic Islands, Ibiza is renowned for its vibrant nightlife – the best in all of Europe. Along the streets of Ibiza Town, you’ll find boutique shops, gourmet restaurants, and spas, with Vegas-style clubs around every corner. Spend an afternoon on one of Ibiza’s exclusive beaches, before a night on the town.

Menorca offers a respite from the bustle of the other islands. The entire island is a protected UNESCO nature preserve, offering plenty of opportunities to explore the outdoors. Yet, there’s still plenty of history and culture to explore in the island’s charming ports.

Formentera is the smallest of the Balearics, and it’s also one of the most beautiful. Located just a half-hour cruise from Ibiza, Formentera is the perfect getaway for some R&R. Enjoy the island’s splendid beaches, bask in the sun, and enjoy an al fresco lunch in one of Formentera’s quaint plazas.

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The following VAT laws pertain to private yacht charters in Spanish waters:

  • If a yacht only cruises through Spanish/EU waters, a standard 21% VAT rate will be applied.
  • All yachts must register with the Spanish Government in each region it intends to charter.

Things to See & Do in Spain

Whether you want to savor a glass of sangria while taking in the sunset, or you’d prefer an adventurous hike in the mountains, Spain offers boat rental itineraries full of memorable experiences. A few highlights include:

Explore Historical Sites   All throughout the Balearic Islands you’ll find numerous UNESCO sites and historical landmarks. From the centuries-old battery Dalt Vila in Ibiza, which offers stunning, 360-degree views, to the Roman ruins on Mallorca, the islands offer plenty of chances to explore the region’s storied past.

Enjoy World-Class Cuisine From southern Spain to Valencia, Barcelona, and the Balearic Islands, every corner of the country has developed a thriving culinary scene. Its most popular dishes – like paella, gazpacho, and chorizo – are coupled with seductive aromatics, like fresh olive oils and garlic. The result: Vibrant dishes that awaken the palette. Plus, the Balearic Islands are well-known for their seafood. Try the lobster stew, a local favorite, that’s served on every island.

Sample Fine Wine As you taste your way through the country, pair your meals with fine Spanish wines and sangrias. Sangria – the red wine, fruit concoction – originates in southern Spain, and you’ll find numerous variations on this classic cocktail while on charter. Inland, you’ll find centuries-old vineyards producing unique, native-grape blends and vintages. Can Rich de Buscatello in Ibiza is a must-visit, known for its amazing wines and stunning scenery?

Escape into Nature  From the sparkling, aquamarine waters, to the lush peaks of the Serra de Tramuntana range, the islands put on a dazzling display of natural beauty. Menorca, also known as the “Green Island,” is a protected UNESCO reserve, and boasts some of the region’s best-kept landscapes. Yet, you’ll find secluded coves, sparkling coastal bays, and dramatic mountain ranges wherever you go.

Clubbing in Ibiza Ibiza offers the best nightlife in Spain if not all of Europe. Around Playa d’en Bossa near Ibiza Town, you’ll find world-famous clubs like Ushuaia, which draw the biggest names in international DJing. San Antonio – on the island’s western coast – is another must-visit nightlife spot, where you’ll find the so-called “sunset strip,” a collection of open-air clubs and bars that stay open all night.

Explore Historic Villages The Balearic Islands are home to some of Spain’s most historic villages and seaside towns. Alcudia in the north of Mallorca is one you can’t miss. The restored walled city boasts a gorgeous Medieval city center. Spend an afternoon exploring the city’s narrow, winding streets, and be sure to visit the town’s bustling weekly market.

While on a Yacht Charter in Spain…

  • Spend an afternoon exploring the historic Ibiza Town, before a night of clubbing near Platja d’en Bossa beach
  • Climb to the top of El Toro on Menorca and enjoy 360-degree views of the island
  • Enjoy a glass of sangria at a seaside bar in Mallorca
  • Spend a day at the Palma Aquarium, which is home to more than 8,000 marine animals
  • Relax and unwind on one of the Balearics sparkling beaches like Es Trenc
  • Explore the Dalt Vila UNESCO site on Ibiza, which overlooks the old town
  • Tour the cliff-top Far de la Mola Lighthouse on Formentera and catch a scenic sunset

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When it comes to spectacular art, architecture, fantastic cuisine, calm cruising grounds, sunny weather, and one of the world's best nightlife scenes, nothing beats a holiday in Spain. With the Atlantic and the Mediterranean Seas on its coastline, it is a yacht charter paradise. In the summer, from April to October, you will witness some of the world's best luxury yachts floating off the waters of Ibiza, Mallorca, Barcelona, and on the sailing haven of the Canary Islands.

How much to charter a yacht in Spain?

With thousands of coastlines and more than 300 sunny days every year, a yacht charter is the ideal way to truly capture Spain's gist and beauty. You can choose from many different types of sizes of boats, from speedboats to catamarans with two cabins, to superyachts with complete luxury amenities. A 156-foot sailboat in Spain can cost around $6,700 for a week's rent, while a 42-foot catamaran with six cabins can cost about $8,500. For a 134-foot luxury yacht, with five cabins, and complete water sports equipment, it can cost around $100,000 for 7 days.

What are the most popular yacht holidays in Spain?

The coastal cities and islands on the Mediterranean side of Spain offer the most popular yacht charter holidays. With turquoise waters, peaceful cruising grounds, sheltered bays, and plenty of charming and exciting islands to explore, Spain is a luxury yacht charter paradise. The Balearic Islands make up Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca, and Formentera. Mallorca is famous for its vibrant nightlife, stunning historical architecture, and secluded coves. The island also features quaint fishing villages and charming stone-built villages such as the popular Pollenca.

Ibiza, famous for being a party island destination, is known worldwide for its legendary nightlife. It is home to the world's largest nightclub, the Privilege Ibiza. But aside from its image as Spain's party capital, the island also boasts deserted beaches, calm anchorages, and crystal blue waters perfect for water sports activities. Formentera and Menorca's islands offer a more peaceful atmosphere, fantastic beach clubs, excellent restaurants, and gorgeous sandy beaches. If you want to step away from the buzzing nightlife and crowds of Ibiza, you can take your boat to these islands for some laid back vibe.

The Mediterranean coastal cities of Spain are perfect destinations for cosmopolitan life. You will discover spectacular architecture in Barcelona, particularly of Gaudi's works, who designed the famous Sagrada Familia Catholic Church. The city is the top spot for trendy shops, gourmet restaurants, and art museums. The city of Valencia, also on the coast, is renowned for its famous sailing grounds. Considered to have one of the best waters for yachts in the whole of Europe, it is host to the America's Cup, the world's most important sailing race.

In Costa Del Sol, you will find Sotogrande, also offering excellent sailing conditions, designer shops, and of course, an epic nightlife. And if you want a more rugged and raw natural beauty for a yacht holiday destination, the Canary Islands on the Atlantic Ocean is a hidden gem. It is located approximately 70 miles off the coast of Morocco and features seven main islands, all within a day's cruise. The island group is Spanish territory, and there are excellent marinas, thousands of beaches, and incredible natural scenery.

Where to go on a luxury yacht charter in Spain?

Spain is a luxury yacht charter destination, and you can find plenty of luxury tours on the Mediterranean coast. You can find Port Vell in Barcelona, one of Europe's most famous luxury marinas. You can find the Port Vell Wellness within the marina, which features a spa, a gym with personal trainers, and a Pilates studio. After seven days cruising the Mediterranean, get to drop anchor in this marina and pamper yourself with the 5-star spa only a few steps away from your boat. And with the city only a stroll away, get to explore the Gothic quarter nearby, and indulge yourself in world-class cuisine from any of the ten Michelin-starred restaurants located all over Barcelona.

Known as among the most expensive marinas in the world is the Ibiza Magna. With a prime location, this exclusive marina can host boats up to 60 meters in length. Found on the foot of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Dalt Vila, right in the center of the city, its luxury amenities and proximity to the best happenings and best spots on the island make it a true luxury destination. And of course, Costa Del Sol's Puerto Banus is not to be missed. Dubbed as the most expensive marina in Europe, it is one of the world's best known nautical destinations. Located on the suburb of Marbella in Nueva Andalucia, luxury yacht charters will find excellent facilities, shops, and plenty of exciting adventures waiting for you to discover onshore.

Spain is a vibrant, exciting, and spectacular yacht charter destination. With the Mediterranean Sea offering crystal blue waters and excellent sailing conditions for most of the year, a luxury yacht charter hopping from one island and coastal city to another is the best way to immerse yourself in the cosmopolitan and natural beauty of Spain.

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Separated from the rest of Europe by the Pyrenees, Spain reaches south to the coast of North Africa and Mediterranean coastlines, and includes two archipelagos – the Balearics and the Canary Islands. Spain yacht charter will help you to discover an endlessly fascinating country: flamenco dancing, bullfighting, tapas bars and various colorful fiestas - are only some of many images of Spain.

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Are you ready for an unforgettable sailing experience in Spain? Look no further than 12 Knots. Our yacht charter Spain service offers a wide range of rental options, from bareboat charters to fully crewed sailboats, at competitive prices. Explore the stunning coastlines of Ibiza , Mallorca , Spain South , and the Canary Islands on one of our boats.

Why Choose 12 Knots for Your Yacht Rental in Spain?

12 Knots provide a wide variety of boats to ensure that you will getin best possible yacht rental experience in Spain. Here's why you should choose us:

  • The largest quantity of boats in key locations, including Palma , Sant Antoni de Portman , Tenerife , Talamanc, and Mahon
  • A wide variety of boats to choose from, including sailboats, catamarans, and motorboats
  • Competitive pricing and flexible rental options
  • Professional and experienced staff to assist you throughout your rental period

Explore the Best Sailing Destinations in Spain

Spain is a paradise for sailors, with a coastline that offers stunning landscapes and crystal-clear waters. Here are some of the most popular sailing destinations in Spain:

  • Ibiza: This island is famous for its lively nightlife, but it also offers quiet coves and beaches to explore.
  • Mallorca: With its diverse landscapes, from rugged mountains to picturesque bays, Mallorca is a perfect destination for sailing enthusiasts.
  • Spain South: The southern coast of Spain is a great destination for those looking for a mix of history, culture, and sailing.
  • Canary Islands: This archipelago off the coast of Africa boasts a subtropical climate and stunning natural beauty, making it a unique destination for sailors.

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Luxury superyacht charters in Spain can be organised at surprisingly reasonable prices. Spain yacht charters on private boats are easily the best way to explore the beautiful Mediterranean coastlines of Spain because your crew know all the best spots. Spain has grown as a crewed yacht charter vacation location in recent years and is now one of the most popular areas in the Mediterranean. Here's why:

Everything about Spain represents the passion and power of an awesome culture. The swirling Flamenco skirts, the flash of the Matador's cloak, the sangria, the tapas, and the rich and flaming personalities of the Spanish. Everything about Spain is red; except the startling blue backdrop of the Mediterranean , where the yachts moor with their shiny hulls, and the silvery green leaves of the olive groves. Balearic Islands , located in the western Mediterranean Sea , are the most sought-after charter destination in Spain with charter itineraries starting and ending in either Mallorca or Ibiza .

On a charter holiday in the Balearics you will come across continuous sunshine, pristine clear waters, beautiful beaches and rugged landscape with plenty of historical sites to visit; including castles, museums and ancient cobbled streets in quaint little towns. You will also see a range of beautiful luxury superyachts moored off shore in the warm Mediterranean waters. The four largest islands to explore are Mallorca (or Majorca), Minorca (Menorca), Ibiza and Formentera (Espalmador).

There are no half-measures on a Spain yacht charter and visitors on a luxury yacht vacation will be bombarded with visual delights, flavoursome cuisine and animated celebrations. Ramble through the evocative old lane of the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona and marvel at Casa Battlo, the Basilica of the Sagrada Familia and Park Guell, all showcasing Gaudi's playful and flowing style that strongly influenced the Art Noveau movement. Picasso grew up in this atmospheric city and the galleries here have the best collection of his earlier work.

The Balearic Islands have some of the very best beaches, some of which can only be accessed by luxury yacht. Party the night away in Ibiza then sail to a secluded anchorage where you can sunbathe in privacy and recover in your sundeck Jacuzzi surrounded by the ambient sounds of nature. The charming seaside towns on Menorca and Mallorca provide a laid-back setting for rest and exploration, while the surrounding seas are clear and offer a wealth of opportunities to break out your water toys.

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Majorca yacht charters are fabulous thanks to its beaches and coves, and is an excellent destination to enjoy everything from countryside golf to historic culture, water sports and lively entertainment. The capital city, Palma has numerous outdoor cafés, pubs and large seafront discos hosting some of the best DJs on the music scene. In Palma de Mallorca you could also visit the elegant Cathedral of Palma (Sa Seu), commissioned by King Jaume I and built on the site of a preexisting Arab mosque.

Have everything you could want on a Spanish luxury yacht charter and visit Mallorca in the Balearic Islands for the lush contrasts between the sandy beaches and verdant mountains, the medieval architecture and the nightlife. Adults and children alike will enjoy an afternoon exploring the myriad of caves along the coastline and the shallow clear water is the perfect place for younger children to play on inflatable and towable toys or learn new skills. Party the night away in Magaluf at the prestigious clubs and bars, where you will be serenaded by live music as you sip on exotic cocktails and meet other holidaymakers. If you wish to escape the bustling towns for a day or two of tranquility, Pollença on the north side of the island is ideally positioned close to the beaches with easy access to grassy hill tracks. The town is filled with high quality art galleries where you can pick up the perfect souvenir of your holiday. More on Mallorca yacht charter ...

Menorca features more beaches than Ibiza, Mallorca and Formentera combined and there are various attractions, including fabulous archeological sites and cultural attractions throughout the island. For yacht charterers Menorca is a perfect place to enjoy great diving, thanks to the crystal clear waters and fantastic diving sites. Minorca is also a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve and has marked trails and routes in southern Europe ‘s most important wetland areas. The S’Albufera d’Es Grau Nature Reserve is where many aquatic and migratory birds thrive, or visit one of the monumental sites such as the historic old town of Ciudadela.

Referred to as the ‘White Island’ thanks to its typical architecture, Ibiza is one of the best known islands in the world. If what your desire is a lively nightlife and great entertainment on your luxury yacht charter, than Ibiza is the right place to sail to. The entertainment isn’t just reserved to the night clubs; after the sunset, Ibiza plays host to street markets, terrace bars, open-air cultural events and concerts.

In addition to lively atmosphere, the island is also a UNESCO World Heritage destination for its cultural wealth, boasting wonderful archaeological history and museums. By day you could choose to explore the ancient heritage of the island or simply relax and enjoy one of the many tiny coves, broad white sand beaches and water activities.  There are also two beautiful National Parks to visit in Ibiza: the Ses Salinas National Park and the Es Vedrà – an uninhabited nature reserve island. More about Ibiza yacht charter ...


Your Spanish charter itinerary would not be perfect without a visit to Fromentera; a mecca for nature-lovers with rich vegetation of pines and palms. Formentera is a lovely little island situated 11 miles from the South Eastern coast of Ibiza and can only be reached by boat. Adding to the exclusive atmosphere, there are numerous great beaches and tranquil bays to relax and unwind.

Water sports enthusiasts can play to their heart's content at the kilometre-long beaches of Formentera, which has preserved its natural beauty. Artists and photographers have plentiful subjects to choose from, including weathered lighthouses, windmills, watch towers and churches. Isla Espalmador is one of the region's most famous sites and your group can indulge in a therapeutic mud bath after a tiring day of kayaking, water skiing or even scuba diving in the sea.


The northern Catalonian City of Barcelona , Spain’s second largest, is also the launching base for some of Spain’s superyacht charters, for those visitors who wish to add Barcelona to their charter itinerary. The city is a melting pot of gothic and medieval architecture and the culture and nightlife in Barcelona, is as good as anywhere. There are two main marinas in Barcelona, including the newly developed Marina Port Vell. From here it is just a short stroll down to the Las Ramblas, Barcelona's famous main street. It is lined with restaurants, cafe and shops. Some of the 'must-see' sights include the breathtaking 'Sagrada Familia' surrounded by the Gothic Quarter - Barri Gòtic, Park Guell or the Picasso Museum. Barcelona, a Spanish City known for its unique diversity, is a microcosm of rich culture and history and considered as a teeming social milieu in tourist circles.

Mahón is a popular Balearic Islands destination among the yachting crowd for its easy-going character and fine eateries. The settlement has a personality all of its own; Georgian houses show an influence from tourists of a bygone era and guests can taste the locally made gin, tour the ancient ruins or listen to the organ in the serene church Iglesia de Santa Maria.Anchor in one of the many bays to watch the sunset as you dine alfresco aboard your superyacht, then spend your evening hosting your own private sundeck party while the town lights flicker on the water.

The naturally beautiful region of Ciutadella on Menorca will leave your luxury yacht charter party spoiled for choice for beaches and play grounds to break out the water toys. Fishing, snorkelling and diving in this region is also excellent and there is a variety of sea corals and marine life to make colourful photographs to share back home. Wildflowers and ruins throng the hillsides and outside of the peak tourist times, you can have the beach all to yourselves to enjoy a candlelit dinner beside the water. If you crave city life Ciutadella has excellent shops and plenty of cultural hot spots to discover, such as the Talaia Cultura and the Cathedral Ciudadela.

The Spain yacht charter scene has become increasingly popular and the types of yacht charter available in the Balearics, Barcelona, Palma, Valencia and The Costa Brava are all the main types of yacht charter including motor, sailing, bareboat charter, skippered, crewed yachts, catamaran, power boat, sailboat, luxury yachts and the ever more familiar super yacht charter.

Like most of the Mediterranean , the Spain yacht chartering season generally runs from April to the end of October. The summer season in July and August is the hottest and tends to have lighter winds. This is also the high season as far as yacht charter goes. Other good times to rent a yacht is generally on either of the shoulder seasons (April-May and September-October), each side of the main summer season, as the temperatures are still comfortable, and the onshore tourists have yet to arrive in their largest numbers. This is the time that you will see the bulk of the Mediterranean crewed luxury superyachts visiting Spain.

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Immerse yourself in Spain’s rich maritime legacy as you sail its sun-drenched coastlines, dotted with ancient ports, vibrant cities, and secluded coves. With Yachting.Rent, unlock a uniquely Mediterranean yachting experience, setting sail on waters that have for centuries witnessed the fusion of cultures, the spirit of exploration, and the rhythm of Spanish fiestas.

Spain’s extensive coastline, stretching from the rugged beauty of Galicia in the north to the exotic allure of Andalusia in the south, offers a varied palette of sailing adventures. Be it the glamorous beaches of Costa Brava, the Balearic wonders of Ibiza and Mallorca, or the historic charm of Cadiz – every sailor, whether novice or seasoned, finds a corner of Spain that sings to their soul.

Our curated fleet at Yachting.Rent is the epitome of luxury and functionality. We believe in complementing Spain’s natural beauty with vessels that elevate every nautical journey. Whether you envision cruising the bustling ports of Barcelona, seeking solace in the hidden calas of Menorca, or dancing to the beats of Ibiza’s famed nightlife, we have the perfect yacht awaiting your command.

But a yacht rental in Spain is not just about the vessel; it’s about experiencing a way of life. From the festive beats of flamenco echoing over the waters to the tantalizing aroma of paella prepared fresh on board, every moment is a celebration of the Spanish spirit.

Set sail with Yachting.Rent and be captivated by Spain’s coastal wonders. Let the horizons of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic frame memories that blend the timeless with the contemporary, and where every sunset is a promise of yet another enchanting day on Spanish waters. Embrace the voyage, where passion meets the sea.

Daniel Goldman

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Fountaine Pajot Saba 50 - 4 + 2 cab. - Sunshine Reggae - 2015

Fountaine Pajot Aura 51 – Le Grand Bogavant – 2023

Leopard 50 - 5 + 1 cab - Bereshit - 2023

Leopard 50 – 5 + 1 cab – Bereshit – 2023

Prestige 560F - Di Leni - 2017

Prestige 560F – Di Leni – 2017

Prestige 550S - Atonika - 2016

Prestige 550S – Atonika – 2016

Gran Turismo 45 - Pandora II - 2023

Gran Turismo 45 – Pandora II – 2023

Lagoon 51 - 6 + 2 cab. - Deb Elli - 2024

Lagoon 51 – 6 + 2 cab. – Deb Elli – 2024

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Yacht charter in Spain

The allure of Spain stretches far beyond its sun-soaked beaches and historic towns; it’s found in the rhythm of the waves, the legacy of its maritime history, and the whispers of its coastal winds. With Yachting.Rent, chartering a yacht in Spain becomes an entrée into a world where the Mediterranean spirit is as vast as the seas themselves.

From the golden shores of Costa del Sol to the crystal-clear waters of the Balearic Islands, our yacht charter service promises the freedom to curate your Spanish odyssey. Whether you’re drawn to the bustling marinas of Marbella, the serene coves of Costa Brava, or the mesmerizing vistas of Mallorca and Ibiza, our fleet stands ready to translate your dreams into nautical reality.

Our selection of yachts is as diverse as Spain itself. Each vessel, handpicked for its blend of luxury, performance, and comfort, serves as your personal gateway to the Spanish coast’s treasures. Picture yourself anchored off the coast of Valencia, indulging in freshly caught seafood, or navigating the Bay of Biscay’s rich waters, with the rugged beauty of the Basque Country as your backdrop.

With Yachting.Rent, a yacht charter isn’t merely a rental; it’s a comprehensive experience. Our seasoned crew, well-versed with Spain’s maritime nuances, ensures seamless navigation while sharing tales of local folklore, guiding you to the best anchorages and introducing you to the Mediterranean’s gastronomic delights.

Embark on your Spanish adventure with Yachting.Rent. We’re not just offering a yacht; we’re gifting you the keys to Spain’s maritime kingdom, where every ripple tells a tale and every sunset sings a flamenco. Join us, and let Spain’s maritime heart lead your journey.

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Lagoon 52 F - 6 + 2 cab. - Jolie (SATURDAY) 2069 - 2019

Lagoon 52 F – 6 + 2 cab. – Jolie (SATURDAY) 2069 – 2019

Lagoon 52 F - 6 + 2 cab. - El Presidente (SATURDAY) 626 - 2018

Lagoon 52 F – 6 + 2 cab. – El Presidente (SATURDAY) 626 – 2018

Lagoon 52 F - 5 cab. - My One - 2016.

Lagoon 52 F – 5 cab. – My One – 2016.

Fountaine pajot saba 50 – 4 + 2 cab. – sunshine reggae – 2015.

Lagoon 46 - 4 + 2 cab. - Voyager - 2022

Lagoon 46 – 4 + 2 cab. – Voyager – 2022

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Lagoon 46 – 4 + 1 cab. – Mondango – 2020

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Why is Spain a good sailing destination?

At the crossroads of history and modernity lies Spain, a nation that unfolds its most captivating narratives from its sweeping coastlines. Yachting.Rent invites sailors to delve into the heart of this maritime wonderland and unearth the myriad reasons that crown Spain as an unparalleled sailing destination. One of Spain’s defining features is its kaleidoscopic coastlines. From the rugged, windswept shores of Galicia to the calming embrace of the Balearic Islands, Spain caters to every nautical whim. The journey through these waters isn’t just about the sea; it’s a gateway to Spain’s cultural soul. As you dock at various ports, you’re greeted with the country’s rich tapestry of traditions, be it the vivacious festivals of Valencia or the hauntingly passionate strains of a Sevillian flamenco.

But Spain doesn’t stop at nourishing the soul; it tantalizes the palate. Sailors are treated to a gastronomic odyssey as they traverse the coasts. Whether it’s indulging in the freshest seafood tapas in a Galician port, savoring an authentic paella as the Valencia sun sets, or raising a toast with Catalonia’s famed cava, every meal is a celebration of Spain’s culinary heritage. Enhancing this sailor’s paradise are the optimal sailing conditions. The Mediterranean climate, characterized by warm summers and gentle winters in regions like Andalusia and Catalonia, contrasts beautifully with the challenging, Atlantic-kissed waves of the northwest, offering diverse experiences for both seasoned sailors and novices.

Ensuring a seamless sailing experience are Spain’s world-renowned marinas. From the cosmopolitan docks of Barcelona to the luxury-laden berths of Marbella, these marinas are equipped with top-tier facilities, ensuring every sailor’s journey is comfortable and memorable. Yet, amidst all this modernity, Spain’s natural allure remains untamed. The raw beauty of the Canary Islands’ volcanic landscapes, the underwater wonders of the Balearics, and the pristine shores of Formentera beckon sailors to explore and marvel. In partnering with Yachting.Rent, sailors are offered more than just a voyage; they’re gifted an intimate encounter with Spain, a land where every gust of wind carries tales of yore, and every wave is a dance of nature and history. Set sail with us, and let Spain’s enduring spirit be your compass.

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Sailing boat or Catamaran, what to sail in Spain

Sailing in Spain’s mesmerizing waters presents a timeless question for the modern voyager: Sailing boat or catamaran? With Yachting.Rent, we make the choice not just easier, but also a part of the thrilling journey that Spain’s maritime expanse promises.

The traditional sailing boat, with its singular hull, evokes feelings of classic maritime adventures. It offers a deep connection to the water, with its keel cutting gracefully through the waves. This design provides an intimate experience, perfect for those who wish to feel every nuance of the sea. Moreover, its narrower profile allows for access to some of Spain’s more secluded harbors and coves. Picture yourself navigating the tight inlets of Costa Brava or mooring in a hidden bay off the coast of Andalusia. For purists who savor the age-old rhythm of wind and wave, a sailing boat offers an unmatched experience.

On the other hand, the catamaran, with its twin hulls, brings modern stability and space to the forefront. Its design ensures a smoother ride, making it ideal for those new to sailing or families with children. The expansive deck space provides ample room for sunbathing, dancing, or dining under the Spanish stars. Catamarans often boast shallower drafts, allowing sailors to get close to beaches and anchor in shallow bays, perfect for a quick swim to shore in places like the Balearic Islands. For those who prioritize comfort, space, and a panoramic view of Spain’s stunning coastlines, the catamaran emerges as the vessel of choice.

Yet, regardless of your choice, Yachting.Rent guarantees a vessel that merges top-tier functionality with luxury. Our expertise ensures you’re matched with the perfect boat for your Spanish adventure, whether you’re tracing the footsteps of ancient mariners or charting a contemporary course through Spain’s blue. Set sail with us and craft a journey where the vessel is as memorable as the destination. Spain awaits, and the choice is yours.

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Luxury Yacht Charter Spain

A luxury yacht charter to Spain promises a backdrop of dazzling cities, day trips to dreamy islands, and mouthwatering, decadent locale fare.

Centered around the sparkling Mediterranean coast, a luxury yacht charter in Spain, with highlights from Catalonia and Barcelona to the Canary Islands, will have you longing for more time ashore to explore what these desirable destinations have to offer.

A yacht charter in Spain begs for a visit to the northeastern corner of the country to visit Catalonia. Brimmed with natural beauty, this spectacular locale is filled with unique activities. Take a hot air balloon ride above La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park to marvel at 360-degree views of the 40 volcanic cones and 20 lava flows. This exciting jaunt can be a romantic escape for couples or an adventurous family excursion. For the history buffs, go back in time while touring the preserved medieval town of Besalu, which plays host to a collection of churches and civil buildings.

Northrop & Johnson is a leading yacht brokerage with access to the best luxury Spain yacht charters, including motor yachts, catamarans, and sailing vessels, built by the world’s leading shipbuilders. If you want to enjoy a crewed yacht charter in Spain, contact our team today or browse our luxury yacht rentals.

Best things to see and do on a Spain superyacht holiday

Explore the balearic islands.

Visit Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera, each offering unique attractions such as stunning beaches lapped by turquoise waters, charming villages, historic sites, and vibrant nightlife. Don’t miss places like Palma de Mallorca, Ciutadella in Menorca, the old town of Ibiza , and the pristine beaches of Formentera.

Sail along the Costa Brava

Discover the rugged coastline of Costa Brava with its picturesque coves, crystal-clear waters, and medieval villages like Tossa de Mar and Cadaqués. Explore the natural beauty of Cap de Creus Natural Park and enjoy water activities such as snorkeling and diving.

Visit Barcelona

Barcelona is easily accessible from the sea and offers many cultural and culinary experiences. Explore iconic landmarks like Sagrada Familia and Park Güell, wander through the narrow streets of the Gothic Quarter, indulge in delicious Catalan cuisine, or rent a boat in Barcelona to see the city from a different perspective.

Enjoy watersports in Costa Blanca

Anchor in scenic bays along the Costa Blanca and partake in various watersports such as sailing, windsurfing, and kiteboarding. Visit the vibrant city of Alicante, explore the historic town of Denia, and relax on the beautiful beaches of Jávea and Moraira.

Get in touch with a yacht broker for a Spain yacht charter.

Northrop & Johnson is a leading international yacht brokerage with access to the best and most luxurious yachts for charter, including in Spain. We take pride in listening to our client’s needs and crafting exceptional charter itineraries in and around Spain. Rent a superyacht in Spain and enjoy the ultimate vacation on the water. Contact our yacht brokers in Palma today if you want to charter a luxury yacht in Spain. We will be thrilled to assist you on your yachting journey.

Other yacht charter destinations closest to Spain

Spain is located in the Western Mediterranean and boasts several superb superyacht destinations within close proximity. These include:

  • French Riviera
  • Italian Riviera

Charter Highlights Spain

  • Step ashore to the "Pretty Isle" of La Palma and discover a wealth of flora and fauna
  • Snorkel or dive the clear waters around El Hierro
  • Take a hot air balloon ride above La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park
  • Dine at the famed Celler de Can Roca
  • Take a leisurely stroll through the tree-lined street of La Ramblas

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Best Yachts for Charter in Spain

Motor yachts for charter in spain, sailing yachts for charter in spain, spain yacht charter faqs, what are the prime cruising grounds in spain, balearic islands.

Located in the western Mediterranean, the beautiful Balearic Islands offer a diverse range of experiences for sailors, including Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza , and Formentera. These islands boast stunning landscapes, clear waters, picturesque anchorages, and vibrant nightlife – ideal for those wanting to create unforgettable memories.

Costa Brava

Along the northeastern coast of mainland Spain, Costa Brava features rugged cliffs, secluded coves, and charming fishing villages. Sailing along this coastline provides opportunities for exploration and relaxation in a beautiful natural setting.

Costa Blanca

Situated on the southeastern coast of mainland Spain, Costa Blanca offers a mix of bustling resorts and tranquil anchorage. With its sunny climate, stunning coastline, and sandy beaches, this region is perfect for leisurely cruising and enjoying the Mediterranean lifestyle.

Costa del Sol

Stretching along Spain’s southern coast, Costa del Sol is one of the most popular destinations known for its lively ports, upscale marinas, charming seaside towns, and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Sailing here allows you to discover charming coastal towns, indulge in delicious cuisine, and soak up the warm Mediterranean sun.

Canary Islands

Located off the northwestern coast of Africa, the Canary Islands offer a unique sailing experience with their volcanic landscapes, diverse ecosystems, year-round favorable weather conditions, and warm Mediterranean waters. Each island has its own distinct character, making it ideal for exploration and adventure on the open sea.

These prime cruising grounds in Spain offer a variety of experiences for sailors, from tranquil anchorages to vibrant coastal cities, ensuring an unforgettable sailing journey in the Mediterranean and Atlantic waters. Visit Spain on a crewed luxury motor yacht or sailing vessel and enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime getaway on the water.

Other destinations to explore on a Spain superyacht charter

Costa del Sol – Stretching along the southern coast of Spain, the Costa del Sol is known for its upscale resorts, bustling marinas, and vibrant nightlife. Visit the cosmopolitan city of Marbella on your luxury yacht, explore the charming old town of Málaga, and relax on the beaches of Puerto Banús and Estepona.

Canary Islands – For a more adventurous yacht charter experience, consider exploring the Canary Islands. Visit the volcanic landscapes of Lanzarote, hike in the lush forests of La Gomera, or relax on the sandy beaches of Tenerife and Gran Canaria.

Tabarca Island (Isla de Tabarca) – Off the coast of Alicante, Tabarca Island is a tiny islet with a fascinating history and pristine waters ideal for swimming and snorkeling

Fornells – Located on the northern coast of Menorca, Fornells is a picturesque fishing village known for its traditional whitewashed houses and excellent seafood restaurants. Explore the tranquil waters of the bay by kayak or stand-up paddleboard, or take a sailing excursion to nearby coves and beaches.

Cabo de Gata-Níjar Natural Park – Situated on the southeastern coast near Almería, Cabo de Gata-Níjar is a protected area renowned for its striking landscapes, including volcanic cliffs, hidden coves, and secluded beaches. Explore the park’s coastal trails and enjoy stunning views of the Mediterranean on your luxury yacht.

When is the Spain yachting season?

The yachting season in Spain typically aligns with the warmer months of the year, from late spring to early autumn. However, the specific timing can vary depending on the region within Spain. The most popular time to cruise the Mediterranean Coast (including the Balearic Islands, Costa Brava, Costa Blanca, and Costa del Sol) is typically from April/May to September/October. The high season is during the summer months, particularly June to August, when the weather is warmest and most stable. During the shoulder seasons of spring and fall, the weather is generally pleasant for sailing, although temperatures may be slightly cooler, and there may be occasional rain.

Overall, the yachting season in Spain offers a wide window of opportunity for sailing enthusiasts to explore the diverse coastal regions, with peak times varying depending on personal preferences and desired experiences.

Where can I berth my yacht along the Spanish coast?

In the Balearic Islands , you’ll find several excellent marinas. Palma de Mallorca offers Marina Port de Mallorca, Real Club Nautico de Palma, and Club de Mar Mallorca. Ibiza provides Marina Ibiza, Port d’Eivissa, and Marina Botafoch, while Menorca features Marina Mahón, Port de Ciutadella, and Marina Cala’n Bosch.

Along the Costa Brava, there are charming ports to berth your yacht. Port de Palamós in Palamós boasts a large marina with modern facilities, while Port de Roses in Roses offers berths for yachts of various sizes. For a quieter atmosphere, Port de L’Escala in L’Escala provides a smaller port with a more tranquil environment.

In the Costa Blanca region, marinas cater to yacht owners’ needs. Marina Alicante, located in Alicante, can accommodate yachts of up to 60 meters. Marina de Denia in Denia offers excellent facilities and services, and Marina Internacional de Torrevieja in Torrevieja boasts modern amenities and a convenient location.

How much does a Spain superyacht charter cost?

The cost of chartering a yacht in Spain varies based on multiple factors, such as the chosen yacht, the duration of the charter, and the selected cruising route. Typically, the rental price increases with the size and prestige of the vessel. For instance, luxury crewed charters in Spain usually start at approximately US$50,000 per week and can exceed one million dollars for top-tier superyachts and mega yachts. Should you desire a luxurious boat charter experience in Spain, the dedicated team at Northrop & Johnson stands ready to assist you. Our experienced yacht charter brokers will curate your perfect yacht and design an unforgettable Spanish getaway, complete with reservations at exclusive restaurants, beach clubs, and spas. Get in touch with us today to start planning your dream vacation, or browse our luxury boat rentals in Spain.

What's the best yacht type for a yacht charter in Spain?

The yacht type that’s right for you will depend on your desired cruising experience. Northrop & Johnson has access to an incredible selection of the world’s best luxury yachts , including:

  • Motor yachts
  • Sailing yachts
  • Expedition vessels
  • Mega yachts
  • Flybridge yachts
  • Sport yachts
  • Full-displacement vessels

What amenities can I expect on a Spain yacht rental?

The facilities available on each Spain yacht rental will vary depending on the yacht you choose. Common amenities found on a luxury superyacht may include:

  • Movie theater
  • Luxurious salons and spacious decks
  • High-end kitchen
  • Helipad or space for helicopters with fueling amenities
  • Storage for tenders, water toys, and waterslides
  • Beachside club
  • Comprehensive gym
  • Spa facilities, including treatment rooms, beauty salons, saunas, and steam rooms

Ready to start planning your luxury yacht charter holiday in Spain?

The team at Northrop and Johnson specializes in curating one-of-a-kind yachting adventures that cater to the needs and preferences of all those onboard. If you need help planning the details or want to speak to experts to ensure that all your bucket-list experiences are covered, contact one of our dedicated yacht charter brokers today or browse our Spain charter yachts.

How many crew will there be?

The number of crew will vary depending on the size of the vessel; however, at a minimum, you can expect a crew of at least four, including a captain, deckhand, stew or stewardess, and a chef. Aboard larger superyachts, you can expect a crew of around 10, including specialist crew members such as personal trainers and spa therapists, with the largest yachts boasting a crew in excess of 20.

What is the weather like on a Spain yacht charter holiday?

The weather in Spain varies by region and season, influencing yacht charter experiences differently throughout the year. Here’s an overview of the typical weather conditions and sea temperatures you can expect on a yacht charter in Spain, arranged by season:

Spring (March to May) :

Air temperatures: Spring in Spain generally bring mild to warm temperatures, ranging from 15°C to 25°C (59°F to 77°F) in coastal areas.

Summer (June to August) :

Air temperatures: Summer is hot and sunny in Spain, with temperatures ranging from 25°C to 35°C (77°F to 95°F) along the coast.

Autumn (September to November) :

Air temperatures: Autumn brings pleasant temperatures, ranging from 20°C to 25°C (68°F to 77°F) at the beginning of the season, gradually cooling down to 15°C to 20°C (59°F to 68°F) by November.

Winter (December to February) :

Air temperatures: Winter in Spain is relatively mild, with temperatures ranging from 10°C to 15°C (50°F to 59°F) along the coast.

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Northrop & Johnson is a leading yacht charter brokerage that specializes in crafting incredible vacations on the water aboard some of the world’s finest superyachts. Our Spain yacht brokers boast destination industry intelligence and will connect you with your ideal boat and craft an incredible charter itinerary bespoke to you. Contact our team today.

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Why go sailing in spain.

Charter a yacht in Spain and find out why is this one of the most desirable sailing destinations in the world. It is extremely difficult to beat the diversity of Spain, a relatively small country which is surrounded by one ocean, two different seas and a vast number of diverse cultures, climates, and landscapes. If you’re looking for hot summers, mild winters and rough ocean sailing conditions - Spain is the place to go. However, if you’d like to spend a mild and chilly summer on an atoll, Spain is the best destination for it as well. Even if you want a tropical feel on your sailing holiday, a yacht charter in Spain can offer it too. 

Yacht charter in the Mediterranean Coast of Spain offers the opportunity for sailors to discover the Spanish culture at its best, through regions such as Valencia , Catalonia, and the Balearic Islands – Mallorca , Menorca , Ibiza & Formentera. Hop aboard your luxury yacht charter and spend some time in the picturesque and bohemian-like cities and towns of the area: Sitges, Cadaqués, Barcelona, Valencia, Alicante, Peñíscola etc.  

Charter a yacht in the unspoilt northern coast of Spain , well known for the best food offer in southern Europe. Its intact green coastal landscapes of Galicia, Asturias, Cantabria, and the Basque Country can only be matched with the landscapes of much colder places like Ireland and Scotland.  

The Canary Islands , archipelago of volcanic origins in the Atlantic are the place to go if you want to run away on your rental yacht from the cold European winter without leaving Europe.

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Sailing Conditions in Spain

You can charter a yacht in Spain throughout the entire year . Both spring and autumn are great for sailing the Mediterranean - the weather is great, but you also have the advantage of escaping the big crowds that come to the area as soon as the summer starts. However, summer is the most popular time for chartering a yacht on the Balearic Islands. As well, a right time for yachting in the northern coast of Spain. Be careful, though, the Atlantic Ocean can get a bit rough at any time of the year and you might need to look for a haven in July or August as well.

Spanish Coast

If you want to rent a yacht in Spain during the winter, between November and February, the Canary Islands are the perfect choice. The climate is mainly sunny and warm , with temperatures very rarely going below  18°C all year round. Besides that, the sea temperature is constantly close to 22°C. There are three main types of climates on the Spanish Coast. Mediterranean Coast climate is characterized by hot, dry summers and mild, dry winters. The average temperature in the winter ranges between 5°C and 15°C, while going up to 26°C and 35°C during the yacht charter season. The sea temperature amounts to around 14°C in February and 25°C in August. Northern Spain climate is colder and much rainier, although the summer tends to be mild and sunny. The average temperature in the winter ranges between 5°C and 10°C, and between 15°C and 23°C during the summer, so keep that in mind if you want to charter a boat in Costa Verde. The sea temperature is around 10°C in February and 22°C in August.

Sailing Regions in Spain

Mallorca Sailing Region

Mallorca Sailing Region

Menorca Sailing Region

Menorca Sailing Region

Ibiza Sailing Region

Ibiza Sailing Region

Barcelona and Costa Brava Sailing Region

Barcelona and Costa Brava Sailing Region

Valencia Sailing Region

Valencia Sailing Region

Winds and tides.

The Spanish weather is fairly stable, but it can also be prone to winds , creating the perfect sailing conditions for those who want to embark on an adventure by boat. Borrasca is a thunderstorm or violent squall, especially in the Mediterranean and the Northern Part of Spain. It usually comes from NW, W. Chubasco is a rapid and strong downpour, it starts up very quickly but stops in a matter of minutes. It is quite common throughout the country. It doesn’t come from a specific direction.

Spanish Sailing Conditions

Levante is a hot wind from E, NE, that can be especially strong in the Strait of Gibraltar, where the local conditions increase its power and speed. Another SW wind you will feel on your charter yacht in Spain is lebeche . This one coming from the Sahara, bringing elevated temperatures and sand from the desert. In the Canary Islands area, it is also known as calima . Galerna is stormy, hot, and very humid NW wind that arises unexpectedly on the north coast, especially during the summer season. Wind gusts can go up to more than 100 kilometres per hour. Tramontana originated in the French Central Massif and the Pyrenees, it is a N wind that blows strongly over the Balearic Islands and some parts of Catalonia. Sometimes it can reach speeds close to two hundred kilometres per hour. 

Normally, the heights of waves in the Mediterranean range between 0.5 and 1.5 m , and very rarely exceed 5 m. However, the Atlantic and Cantabria coasts are a whole different thing. There, waves can easily go beyond 10 meters during the winter. Actually, the biggest wave recorded in Spain was appeared near to Galicia and was 27,81 meters high.  

On the Mediterranean Coast, there are practically no tides . The Cantabrian Coast of Spain has a tidal range of 1 meter . On the Atlantic Coast (Galicia, Canary Islands) tidal range can go up to 2,8 m . 

You will hardly notice any sea currents on your charter yacht in the Mediterranean, but this changes on the Atlantic side of the Spanish coast. The Galician coast is under the influence of cold currents all year long, but the more east you sail, the warmer water you will get. 

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Lobos Island, Mount Teide NP (Tenerife), Timanfaya NP (Lanzarote), Costa Blanca, Costa del Sol, Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca, Sagrada Familia (Barcelona), Cadaqués (Costa Brava)

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Enjoy the amazing view of Barcelona ’s skyline from your charter yacht. As the night falls, the city turns into one big party you do not want to miss. Wild rhythms of flamenco can be heard on the streets, jazz music from basements, indie rock from concert halls. As a real Barcelona citizen, dine in one of the numerous tapas bars and seafood restaurants. Sail the stunning Balearic Islands , visit Mallorca , and explore its rich history, amazing medieval architecture, eat in top rated restaurants and enjoy the amazing nightlife. Make the most of your sailing vacation and discover deserted coves in the northeast, visit the Caves of Drach, near Porto Cristo. The four caves with the underground lake and a classical concert performed on a boat are something you should not miss.

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Charter a yacht in the party capital of the world – Ibiza , a place you must visit at least once in your lifetime. Party hard in Europe’s best nightclubs in San Antonio or Playa d’en Bossa, with performances of the world’s best DJs. Big parts of the island are registered as UNESCO World Heritage Sites and you should visit at least some of them, such as the old part of Ibiza Town or the remains of the first Phoenician settlement at Sa Caleta. 

Valencia is the birthplace of one of the three main types of Spanish Paella – Valencian Paella, and it would be a shame not to try it at least once. If you charter a yacht in Valencia in March, be sure to check out the internationally famous Fallas Festival, Valencia’s unofficial welcome to the spring. In a program full of impressive sound and light shows, there are many concerts taking place in the Viveros Gardens in the evening.

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Why sail in Spain?

Spain is a wonderful Mediterranean yachting destination. The season here is never-ending and the conditions are ideal, especially for experienced sailors. Spain will simply get under your skin and the most beautiful and adventurous way to explore it is by boat.

  • Enjoy wild untouched terrain, ancient sights and remarkable modern architecture, bustling cities and deserted bays.   
  • Crystal-clear waters around the Balearic Islands, beautiful hidden coves covered with fine sand, beaches and abundant marine life make it a perfect destination even for family holidays. 
  • Sailing around the Canary Islands of La Palma, El Hierro or La Gomera is demanding ocean yachting that will test all experienced sailors. 
  • Spice up the trip with buzzing nightlife, sensual flamenco, delicious tapas and fragrant paella. 

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Yachting areas in Spain

Spain is a highly diverse yachting destination. It boasts over five thousand kilometres of coastline and numerous islands and islets. The islands are more spaced out than in Croatia, so renting a boat for at least 14 days is ideal. 

  The  Balearic Islands will enchant you with their pristine countryside, beautiful harbours and deserted beaches. Of course, younger people will appreciate the nightlife in Ibiza.  

The  Canary Islands are a whole different world of yachting, where you will experience challenging ocean sailing. The  continental coast of Spain will be of interest particularly to those who like to combine a sailing vacation with exploring Spanish culture. 


Balearic Islands

The Balearics are a stunning paradise with exquisite scenery, beaches and beautiful harbours teeming with history. They consist of the Gymnesian Islands (the islands of Mallorca, Menorca and several smaller islands and islets such as Cabrera) and the  Pityusic Islands (the islands of Ibiza, Formentera and several others).    Each of the three main islands,  Mallorca , Menorca and  Ibiza , is a separate sailing area. The weather here is calm, so you can enjoy the longest yachting season in the whole of the Mediterranean (similar to Sicily or the southern coast of Turkey).  The yachting season on the Balearic Islands lasts from April until the end of October . There is a relatively large distance between islands, so if you do sail here, you will probably not be able to go from one island to another.  This is not a destination for complete beginners, because when the  mistral   blows in the Balearics, it really is a sight to behold. The weather can be extremely challenging and the choppy sea very unpleasant. This strong breeze can also be an advantage - you can sail around all three islands when the wind is up. In summer, however, the weather on the Balearic Islands is relatively stable. 

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The largest of the Balearic Islands is Mallorca , where you can also find the most charter companies and boats. Mallorca combines everything we love about yachting: beautiful natural scenery, plentiful history, coves, beaches, small ports and adjacent islands. Palma de Mallorca is a magnificent medieval town and harbour that has been of importance since the time of ancient Greece.    We definitely recommend a visit to  Cabrera National Park and nature reserve. It is located in the south of Mallorca and you’ll need a paid permit to enter, but it is well worth it. It is the perfect place for snorkelling and scuba diving. 

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Menorca is a rugged island with an almost infinite number of virgin bays and idyllic beaches, even more than Mallorca and Ibiza combined. Most of these beaches are untouched and only accessible from the sea. For sailors, it really is the ideal island for sailing and swimming. On the north of the island, the sand on the beaches ranges from gold to red, while the southern coastline is lined with white sandy beaches.    The island boasts great natural diversity and many endemic species. Besides the beaches and impressive scenery, Menorca has towns with fascinating tales to tell of their past. A visit to  Ciutadella and  Mahón is certainly worth your time. 

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The island of Ibiza is the centre of entertainment and nightlife, ideal for young people. Boat rental can be considered a relatively cheap form of accommodation when compared to Ibiza hotels.

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Neighbouring Formentera is the polar opposite of Ibiza. It is beautiful, untouched and only accessible by boat. Famous for its white sandy beaches, azure Caribbean-like sea and wonderful tranquillity, it is rightly called the last Mediterranean paradise. 

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Canary Islands

The Canary Islands are a very demanding year-round yachting destination. They offer unique experiences and challenges, but should only be tackled by experienced sailors or crews led by an experienced captain. Sailing around the islands of La Palma, El Hierro or La Gomera is truly demanding ocean yachting. 

  Each of the “islands of eternal spring” are captivating but offer completely different scenery.  Fuerteventura is lined with long sandy beaches, the island of red volcanic rock -  Lanzarote - is green only in February and March,  Tenerife is dominated by jagged and steep snow-capped peaks.  Gran  Canaria is literally a miniature continent. You can find everything from dry desert landscapes to rainforests. The other three smaller islands of  La Palma , Gomera and  Hierro with their lonely beaches and well-preserved countryside are almost swallowed up by the wild Atlantic.    You can sail out of Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Gran Canaria or Tenerife. The most interesting voyage is the route from Gran Canaria or Tenerife to the islands of Gomera, Hierro and La Palma. Islands off the beaten track, islands with wild and beautiful ocean-whipped terrain. It's an irresistible yachting challenge. 

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The Spanish coast of the Mediterranean Sea

The   Spanish coast of the Mediterranean also offers plenty of interesting places to visit, but they simply can't compete with the Balearic or Canary Islands.

The coast of Catalonia from Barcelona in the north to France, called the Costa Brava (Wild Coast), is full of beaches and hotel resorts, but it's not such an attractive yachting prospect. However,   renting a boat in Barcelona will offer you a unique opportunity to discover a city full of modern architecture, monuments and bustling street life with street music and renowned tapas bars. You can sail along the Catalan coast, enjoy the sun and relax on board a sailboat with family or friends. Thanks to its location, Barcelona is also a good starting point for a boat trip to the Balearic Islands. The most interesting place is definitely the Costa del Sol between Malaga and Cádiz. Here the sun shines three hundred days a year and the sea is emerald green. You can cross from the Mediterranean Sea through the Strait of Gibraltar to the Atlantic and into another sailing world. A world of strong tides, currents, big waves and strong winds and the wild beauty of the Atlantic coast of Spain .

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Weather and climate in Spain

The  Spanish climate is very diverse. The east and south of the country are very warm, predominantly sunny with minimal rain. Winters are mild. The northern coast is rather colder and typically has a lot of rain.  In summer , the   average  air  temperature is around 25°C , in winter around 15°C. 

  • The Spanish islands are very different from the rest of Spain. The Canary Islands have a subtropical climate with very summery temperatures and minimal rain. Winters here are mild and pleasant. The temperature of the sea rarely falls below the long-term average of 20°C. 
  • Weather in the Balearic Islands is much more diverse and changeable. Summers are hot , winters can be rainy and accompanied by onshore winds. 
  • Barcelona boasts a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and hot summers. The coldest month is January and the hottest is August. Temperatures are relatively stable here and it is not very windy.

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Weather forecasts can be found on the following VHF channels:

Channel 10 at: 06.35, 09.35, 14.35, 19.35 UTC; as well as channel 16: every 2 hours ‘to all ships.’ Menorca: channel 68. Rádio 1755 kHz Palma 07.50, 13.03, 9.50 UTC. 

The prevailing winds in the Balearic Islands are not stable. The M istra l , a strong-to-stormy cold wind, can really complicate sailing. The most frequent and strongest storms occur in winter, when winds can reach up to 12 BFT. The Mistral, unlike the Croatian Jugo, does not come in gradually but very suddenly and can last for several days. Sailors must therefore pay close attention to weather forecasts in these areas. In the Canary Islands , the passat trade wind blows steadily. Seemingly ideal conditions for yachting, but they are complicated by acceleration zones. These are due to the very high mountains on the islands. The sea around the islands is full of windless areas (so-called wind shadows), but also places where the wind is stronger than the surrounding area (the acceleration zones). The increase in wind speed in acceleration zones is also very fast - a sharp increase of 5 BFT to 8 BFT is not likely to make a sailor very happy.

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Spanish gastronomy

Spanish cuisine is colourful, fragrant and very diverse, with the individual regions differing in the way they prepare ingredients and how they combine them. Fish and salads predominate on the coast, inland it's meat dishes and thick soups. It consists mainly of fresh ingredients, and olive oil and garlic are typically used everywhere. Basic ingredients include fish, seafood, meat, fresh vegetables (potatoes and tomatoes are favourites), fruit, herbs, saffron, hot peppers, rice, olives. The Spanish also love stews, grilled meat, dry-cured salami and ham. 

Paella - a delicious saffron risotto cooked and served in a huge paella pan. You can often see it being prepared in the street. The variations are endless - you can add meat, vegetables or seafood. Arros negre is a black seafood paella coloured with sepia ink, which adds an unmistakable flavour.  Gazpacho - a refreshing cold soup made from blending tomatoes, garlic and other vegetables.  Tapas - any small delicacies. On a plate of tapas you might find fabulous olives, tasty cheeses, fried pieces of cuttlefish, sausages, pickled or grilled vegetables, anchovies, meatballs, seafood and other tasty morsels.  Tortilla de patatas - a special thick omelette made from eggs, potatoes and onions and fried in oil.  Cozido (or puchero, olla podrida, caldereta, frite, cocido, caldo, marmitako) - a stew. Every region has its own special recipe.  Canarian  Gofio - flour made from roasted wheat or corn  Mojo - sauce made from oil, vinegar, salt, garlic and various herbs and spices.  In the kitchens of the Balearic Islands, pork - prepared in a variety of ways - predominates. One national dish is lechona, suckling-pig roasted on a spit. Also try the traditional sobrasada, a spicy smoked sausage, which can be spread on bread. 


Important sailing information

Spain has decent yachting infrastructure, reasonable prices and a very long yachting season. We recommend booking the marinas in advance especially during high season. In peak season, your chosen marina can be full or too expensive. It is also advisable to borrow an updated sailing pilot book. Beware of anchoring in prohibited areas, Ibiza especially is known for handing out fines. 

  In the Balearic Islands, the state-owned Ports IB are much cheaper than other commercial marinas. Ports IB can be  booked and paid for online . It is also possible to book mooring buoys through CBBAsea. 

Diving in Spain

The Canary Islands captivate the heart of every diver and sailor. Average visibility is over 30 metres and the temperature does not drop below 20°C even in winter. Enjoy stunning diving between volcanic rocks and cliffs. Compared to the Mediterranean Sea, the Atlantic is much more diverse. There are schools of colourful fish, giant shrimp, tuna, barracuda, moray eels, octopuses and turtles waiting for you here. You can often meet pods of dolphins and may even encounter whales or manta rays. 

Diving in the marine reserve off the island of Lanzarote, which comprises part of the northwest coast and the islands of  La Graciosa , Montaña Clara  and  Alegranza , is an unforgettable experience. Fishing is prohibited here, and diving is subject to a special permit. 

  You will be enchanted by the even wilder  Roques de  Salmor on the island of El Hierro, whose massive rocks, cliffs, caves and deeper rifts offer hiding places for a truly huge array of fish of all shapes and colours. You will likely be able to observe skate, manta rays, sharks and schools of snapper and barracuda.    We also strongly recommend a visit to the  Cabrera National Park and Nature Reserve. It covers the  south of  Mallorca and you need a paid permit to enter, but it is well worth it. 


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The Balearic Islands are a sailing dream destination: warm weather, pristine turquoise waters, glorious white sand beaches, underwater adventures and sea life, and five-star dining & entertainment options around every corner.

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Palma de Mallorca to Puerto Andratx (17 nautical miles)

From the marina in Palma, it's a relatively brief journey to Puerto Andratx, located on the southwestern tip of Mallorca. The harbor sits at the base of steep and scenic hills, sprinkled with enchanting villas. Revel in the bars and restaurants along the harbor, or explore deeper inland to the quaint little town of Andratx.

Puerto Andratx to Puerto Soller (25 nautical miles)

Puerto Soller sits in the arms of a gorgeous, natural horseshoe bay and is the jewel of the island's west coast. This town is more rustic and artsy than other Mallorca destinations, with delightful cobbled streets and small restaurants and bars. If you're in the mood to explore, an old-fashioned tram climbs the hills from the port to the historic town of Soller, offering amazing panoramic views of island and sea.

Puerto Soller to Puerto Pollensa (35 nautical miles)

Perched on the rugged north coast of the island, Puerto Pollensa is surrounded by dozens of picturesque, sheltered anchorages that are perfect for swimming, diving, snorkeling, and relaxing. This area is one of the most naturally beautiful on the island and filled with opportunities to enjoy fun & sun activities.

Puerto Pollensa to Cala Rajada (25 nautical miles)

Curving around now to the northeastern tip of the island, Cala Rajada is a small, traditional fishing village that is home to gorgeous white sand beaches and amazing turquoise seas that are perfect for snorkeling and swimming. The local lighthouse is an attraction all its own and offers dramatic views in all directions. Play and relax in ultimate style!

Cala Rajada to Cala d’Or (18 nautical miles)

Swinging gradually to the southeast side of the island, Cala d'Or is famous for having the best weather in all of Mallorca. Warm breezes and white sand beaches beckon you to relax, and the numerous five-star resorts, restaurants, and entertainment options provide endless opportunities to sample the delights of the island. You can also explore inland, to hike among wooded hills and dramatic sea cliffs.

Cala d'Or to Cabrera Island (30 nautical miles)

Cabrera Island is a short sail south of Mallorca and is a protected nature reserve. The natural bay is one of the Mediterranean's most beautiful snorkeling destinations, with plentiful turtles, fish, dolphins, marine life, and birds to amaze you. The island also has several historic attractions, including a Napoleonic-era military base and 19th century lighthouse.

Cabrera Island to Palma (35 nautical miles)

Back to luxurious Palma de Mallorca, the crown jewel of the island and one of the world's premier luxury resort destinations. Bars, clubs, fine dining, and more – Palma has something for everyone and is a wonderful way to tie a ribbon on your glorious yacht charter Mallorca holiday!

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The Balearic Islands have everything you could want in a yacht charter vacation: warm and welcoming weather, amazing clear waters teeming with marine life, luxurious white sand beaches, and the endless variety of dining & entertainment options you expect from one of the world's true five-star destinations.

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Palma de Mallorca to Cabo Blanco and Es Trenc

Setting out eastward from the marina at Palma, sail for Cabo Blanco, a gorgeous resort town perched in scenic hills above the sea. A brilliant white sand beach shelves gently into the water and the view is spectacular. Es Trenc is a bit further up the coast. It's a calm natural harbor with an isolated and spacious beach, not attached to any resort developments. With 2km of warm golden sand and crystal clear water, Es Trenc is one of Mallorca's premier relaxation destinations.

Es Trenc to Cabo Salinas and Porto Colom

Cabo Salinas is at the center of a long and lovely stretch of sheltered coves, hidden beaches, and stunning cliffs along Mallorca's eastern coast. The vistas here are both dramatic and soothing, with tropical maritime scenery that feels pulled from a film. Porto Colom is a small fishing village of pastel cottages and cobbled streets. Venture inland to explore caves, hike the gently rolling hills, or visit the Santuari de Sant Salvador, an historic pilgrimage destination.

Porto Colom to Porto Cristo

This area is called the Calas de Mallorca, “the Coast of the Coves.” The crystal clear waters are perfect for swimming and snorkeling, or just sun yourself in the unbelievably pleasant weather of Mallorca's east coast. Porto Cristo's terrace restaurants overlook the bay, with wide views of sand and sea. The famed “Dragon Caves” are a nearby attraction popular with hikers and nature explorers.

Porto Cristo to Cala Formentor

Situated along the northern tip of the island, Cala Formentor is one of the region's most beautiful and stirring locations. Rugged mountains clad in pine and brush march down to the sea, where a long strip of pristine sandy beach beckons you to lounge and play in the sun. Several bars and restaurants offer cozy dining & entertainment options to while away the long summer hours.

Cala Formentor to Sa Calobra

Sailing now down the northwest coast of the island, Sa Calobra is a small bay and a very scenic string of pebbly beaches, with several restaurants and bars along the way. Small tunnels under the hills link the beaches and the area is also fun to explore while hiking or biking. Adjacent sheltered coves offer secluded places to tie up, swim, and enjoy the added relaxation that privacy allows.

Sa Calobra to Sa Dragonera and Peguera

Sa Dragonera National Park is named for the abundant indigenous lizards that call the island home. Stay in the water and you'll see an amazing proliferation of marine life and intriguing underwater scenery. Go ashore and explore several kilometers of trails and pathways, including a route that takes you to an ancient watchtower that crowns the island. The plentiful wall lizards will crawl on your hands and arms with a little coaxing, but don't feed them!

Peguera to Palma

Palma de Mallorca is one of the world's most coveted luxury destinations – it's the perfect place to spend the last night of your epic Mallorca yacht charter holiday. There are dining & entertainment options around every corner, including numerous five-star establishments that cater to the luxury crowd. Treat yourself, you deserve it!

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Map of Spain

With over 6,000 km of coastline and several islands and islets, Spain offers a highly diverse yachting experience. Having an overview of all the vessels available for charter in the Balearic Archipelago, we made a list of the best ones. Besides helping you find the perfect yacht, we can assist you with planning a cruising route.

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To explore the beautiful Spanish coast and the islands of the Balearic archipelago, you choose between luxury yachts, sailing boats, or catamarans. They range between 17 – 36 meters, can fit up to 8 people and are fully crewed. Our extensive search process enables us to find the vessel and crew that best suits your wishes.

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You can browse through all the yachts available for charter in Spain yourself, or we can help you with it. With the global yacht charter search systems, we have direct access to every available charter vessel in the area. Below, we highlighted the yachts that deserve special attention due to their overall excellence in terms of quality, pricing, performance, value, and crew.

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Once we find the ideal yacht for you, we can assist you with route planning. Depending on your group's wishes and preferences, we can design the route accordingly. With a such rich history, natural beauty, and lively nightlife, Spain offers everything for everyone.

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Why is the list of “award winning / highly recommended yachts” so useful for me.

  • It will provide you with a clear idea of the best available option for your yacht charter
  • It will help you better understand and determine your preferences and expectations
  • It will help us to tailor a search of the most appropriate yachts for you, and negotiate the best price with the yacht owner/s

There are thousands of yachts for charter, and selecting the one that best suits your group’s preferences, budget, and taste is challenging, especially if you are a first-time charterer. 

Our hand-picked, “award-winning”, highly recommended yachts are the best in class. The list will give you a clear understanding of what is possible, and the costs, without the need to cross-reference against the hundreds of other yachts. The list provides a refined, personalized selection of up to 10 vessels, across different price ranges, so you can make an informed decision.

It will highlight the best “value for money” yachts; and subject to availability on your chosen dates at the destination you desire, everything will come together for a memorable experience at sea.

This is a process of elimination that will deliver the most appropriate yacht for your holiday.

How do I ensure the most suitable final selection? 

It is crucial that we, at Goolets, gain a thorough understanding of your preferences and expectations from the beginning, so that we can undertake a comprehensive, tailored search. Please consider the following:

  • Do you prefer modern or classic yachts? 
  • Do you prioritize the size of the yacht or the age of the yacht? 
  • What do you expect from your crew? Highly attentive at all times, or more in the background?
  • Would you prefer a younger crew, full of energy and sociable; or less so?
  • Do you need a faster yacht to explore more places and cover more ground, or is this not so important?
  • Do you prefer larger cabins and a spacious salon/living area, or you are more of an outdoor person?
  • Do you prefer a more luxurious yacht, or to allocate more of your budget to food/beverages and activities (water sports/land excursions/tours/bike rental, etc)?

Once we have noted your preferences, we will compile a shortlist of possibilities comprising 5 to 10 yachts of varying specifications (size, interior style, type of crew, etc); following which, we will narrow this down to 2 or 3 options, all of which would make excellent choices. 

This process can be repeated with multiple permutations in order to arrive at the most suitable selection.

This process - refined over the past 15 years - delivers successful charters and satisfied customers.

What is the cost of a yacht charter? 

We specialize in crewed vessels, where prices can range anywhere from € 5,000 per week up to more than € 1 million per week. Most of our charters fall into three price levels: 

  • From € 10,000 to € 30,000 per week: This price range has the largest variety of yachts, and includes smaller vessels - motor and sail, gulets, classic yachts, and catamarans.  When booking, it is important to ensure proper maintenance inspections have been carried out, and the crews are professionally trained, speak fluent English, and can provide excellent service.  Around 30% of our customers book vessels in this range. 
  • From € 30,000 to € 100,000 per week:  This price level is becoming more popular every season. It includes a wide range of yachts, traditional and modern. These are high-specification vessels offering every imaginable comfort. Around 50% of our clients book yachts in this price range. 
  • From € 100,000 per week: This price level includes ultra-luxury vessels such as mega yachts. These are the most highly sought-after charter yachts in the world, with a wide range of high-end water “toys” onboard - including jet skis, a helipad, and even a submarine. These charters are very bespoke and every detail is managed to cater to exacting requirements.  A small percentage of our clients book these superyachts. 

How do you help me plan the itinerary?

For each destination, we provide all the most popular itineraries/routes that are being followed.

The first step is to go through the itinerary and determine your starting point. This usually covers check-in and check-out locations, and some of the highlights (islands, towns, nature parks, bays, locations), that you would prefer to visit.

Second, the tailor-made route is refined to maximize each port of call. You can elect to stay longer in some places and omit others.

Third, we customize your itinerary according to your group structure and preferences. If you have small children or teenagers, or if you are an active group of older people traveling without children, or if you are in your 30s traveling with friends who like to party, you can all follow the same route. You can all arrive at the same island, for example, yet experience it in a completely different way:

  • Families with young children: we will find the best and safest sandy beaches where you can swim and relax 
  • Teenagers might enjoy activities such as water sports
  • Older groups may wish to visit historic places, enjoy a leisurely lunch at a local restaurant, or visit a wine cellar
  • Those who like to party might wish to sleep during the day and stay up til the wee hours.

How do you help me plan the activities for the route/itinerary I select? 

When we have the basis for the itinerary and your group structure (age, wishes, expectations) we construct your wishlist and discuss it with the Captain. 

We have successfully organized thousands of charter cruises for every conceivable group size so we have a thorough understanding of what is required to make your trip a success. 

Why would I charter a yacht with Goolets?

We are highly experienced and specialize in delivering the ultimate yachting holiday.

  • Yacht research: we have extensive knowledge about each yacht that we offer for charter and we are one of the most respected and longest-established charter operators in our industry. We have an internal award for best-in-class yachts - the GOOLET AWARDS -  and this rating system ensures consistent quality.
  • Planning: we know from experience that detailed planning is key to a successful yacht charter. Our proven systems and in-house expertise ensures that no stone is left unturned and that each and every detail is attended to.
  • Experience: Over the past 15 years we have gained vast practical exposure to the yacht charter market and all the intricacies and personalities involved. We fully understand the need for excellence in organization and customer service, clear communication, and seamless delivery. Our repeat business is testimony to our commitment to client satisfaction. We look forward to assisting you.

What Is The Reservation Process?

Your first point of contact at Goolets will be with a Concierge Assistant /Yacht Planner. This involves a full review and confirmation of all of your wishes. This information is collated, then we confirm availability with the yacht owner. We then prepare the necessary paperwork including the charter contract which is signed three ways - by you (the charterer), by us (the broker), and by the yacht owner. Upon payment of a 50% deposit, the yacht booking is secured.  

Your wishlist is compiled and the planning for your trip commences - usually one or two months prior to departure. You will be sent a questionnaire where you will confirm the passenger names, your menu preferences, any food allergies, whether you need airport transfers booked, and so on. We communicate with the yacht’s crew and create a day-by-day itinerary.

Final payments are made 4 weeks prior to departure, and all relevant travel documents and destination advice are issued.  The crew is briefed on any last-minute requests. 

At check-in state, our destination experts will arrange everything on the ground to ensure easy embarkation.

We stay in contact throughout your holiday to ensure everything is going as planned.

Who is Goolets? 

We are a long-established family business (launched in 2005) with trusted, hands-on management.  We are widely recognized in the yachting industry and have years of experience with delivering successful charters to our global clientele. 

Alenka and Mitja run the company with the key values of family, integrity, and honesty at front of their minds in all they do to help others enjoy the good life. 

The company relies on state-of-the-art systems and networks supported by highly trained and experienced staff who share their vision.

We take pride in what we do and we look forward to welcoming you on board one of our boats very soon!

You can read more about our story here . 

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A complete yacht charter guide for your next sailing holidays in Spain.  

In this sailing guide, learn all about:

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  • Climate & Sailing Conditions
  • Where, when & how to go there
  • Suggested Itineraries
  • Prices for Yacht charters in Spain

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Sailing Holidays in Spain...at a glance

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A yacht charter in Spain offers the chance to set sail into different sailing grounds, like the Balearic Islands, the Canary Islands, but also parts of the Spanish coastline.

Discover sandy beaches and breath-taking landscapes and make sure you don’t miss the national park of Puerto de Cabrera on a charter starting from Palma de Mallorca . Let’s get started!

Sailing holidays Canary islands, Spain

This beautiful group of islands, which consists of 7 larger islands:

  • Gran Canaria, 
  • Fuerteventura, 
  • Lanzarote, 
  • La Palma, 
  • Hierro 

and a few smaller ones: 

  • Alegranza, 
  • Graciosa, 
  • Montaña Clara, 
  • Roque del Este, 
  • Roque del Oeste and 
  • Lobos  

They have splendid beaches of fine sand, warm climate and ideal sailing conditions year round. 

Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, benefits from the so-called Canaries cold-stream, which has a moderating effect on its climate, and from the refreshing trade winds, so greatly appreciated by sailors.

You might be wondering: Are the Canary islands for those looking for exhilarating sailing? Yep, they are; Especially for those! The Canary Islands are one of Spain's top sailing destinations.

But what about the budget? A Yacht charter in Canary islands is also ideal for a winter-sun escape on a tighter budget, as its proximity to Africa offers warm weather conditions year-round and yachts there are offered at lower prices than those one can find in a South Pacific or a Caribbean charter . It’s a win win!

These islands are often called "The Islands of Eternal Spring"; the temperature ranges between 20 - 28 degrees Celcius in both summer and winter. 

Almost always charterers enjoy moderate, fresh winds of 3-4 Beaufort, with stronger gusts between the islands due to the funnelling effect.

We recommend the Canary Islands to our more advanced sailors or those looking for a new, more challenging sailing experience.

Most yachts are based in Tenerife (Marina Del Sur) and Lanzarote ( Marina Lanzarote ). Lanzarote is well-served by the Lanzarote Airport. For Tenerife, you will need to fly in and out of the North or South Tenerife Aiport, which have frequent flights from Europe and the USA.

  • Transfer Time (Lanzarote): 10 mins
  • Transfer Time (Tenerife): 25 mins from Tenerife South Airport & 1 hour from Tenerife Norte Airport

We recommend allowing some time each day ashore for you and your crew to explore the amazing scenery of these islands. 

You shouldn't miss the “Timanfaya National Park” and a walk to the majestic cliffs of Famara, which offer a breathtaking view over Europe’s largest marine protected area – the Chinijo archipelago.

Recommended Sailing Itineraries around Canary Islands:

⚓ Day 1: Embark your yacht at the Santa Cruz Marina, Tenerife (check-in) ⚓ Day 2. Santa Cruz - San Sebastian 28ΝΜ

⚓ Day 3. San Sebastian - Puerto De Tazacorte 60NM

⚓ Day 4. Puerto De Tazacorte - La Restinga 65NM

⚓ Day 5. La Restigna - Puerto de Valle Gran Reyiseros 45NM

⚓ Day 6. Puerto de Valle Gran Reyiseros - Los Gigantes 25NM

⚓ Day 7. Los Gigantes - Santa Cruz de Tenerife 14NM

⚓ Day 1. Tenerife (check-in)

⚓ Day 2. Santa Cruz de Tenerife

⚓ Day 3. San Cristobal de la Laguna

⚓ Day 4. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria

⚓ Day 5. Exploring Las Palmas

⚓ Day 6. Las Canteras Beach

⚓ Day 7. Fuerteventura Island

⚓ Day 8. East Coast of Fuerteventura

⚓ Day 9. Corralejo

⚓ Day 10. Lanzarote

⚓ Day 11. Betancuria

⚓ Day 12. Gran Canaria

⚓ Day 13. Tenerife

Sailing holidays in Balearics, Spain

A Balearic yacht charter offers white sandy beaches, amazing nightlife, picturesque villages and breathtaking mountain and ocean views. Want to know the best part?

The Balearic islands have what the locals call "un poco de todo" - a little bit of everything to satisfy even the most demanding of travellers. But this is not the only thing they offer.

Mallorca and Ibiza offer excellent nightlife, sailing and snorkelling opportunities and a year-round stable climate.  Keep on reading: Mallorca sailing guide>>

During ancient times, these ideally located islands were the sailing crossroads of the Mediterranean. Balearic islands are ideal for more experienced sailors.

Here’s the deal: With more than 300 days of sunshine every year, the Balearic Islands are a sailor's paradise. 

The best sailing conditions are between June and September and the prevailing wind is a NW Tramontana/Mistral. 

The temperature ranges between 20-25 degrees Celsius in the summer months and the almost constant cooling breeze provides a relief from the heat of the day.

Due to the fact that the vast majority of yachts are based in Mallorca, we do recommend starting your holiday from this island. 

But how can you go there? You can fly in and out of Palma de Mallorca Airport and charter out of one of the many marinas (i.e. Marina Port De Mallorca or Palma Cuarentena). Is there any alternative starting-point besides Mallorca or Palma? Another option would be to start your holiday in Ibiza; should you wish to sail from Ibiza, we suggest booking your yacht early in the year, as there are few fleets based there and they get booked very quickly.

  • Transfer Time (Mallorca): 15 mins
  • Transfer Time (Ibiza):  25 mins  

Is there something you shouldn’t miss while sailing around balearics?

You should definitely visit Cabrera, an uninhabited island near Mallorca - now a preserved National Park. You can book your stay in Cabrera in advance (the sooner the better due to high demand). Please note: Each yacht is only allowed to stay there for one night.

There are various anchorages with many town harbours around the coast, as well as organised marinas.

Suggested Sailing Itineraries around Balearic Islands:

⚓ Day  1. Palma (check-in) - Puerto Andratx 17NM

⚓ Day  2. Puerto Andratx - Puerto Soller 25NM

⚓ Day 3. Puerto Soller - Puerto Pollensa 35 NM

⚓ Day 4. Puerto Pollensa - Cala Rajada 25NM

⚓ Day 5. Cala Rajada - Cala d’Or 18NM

⚓ Day 6. Cala d’Or - Cabrera Island 30NM

⚓ Day 7. Cabrera - Palma de Mallorca 35NM

⚓ Day 1. Palma (check-in)

⚓ Day 2. Port de Andratx

⚓ Day 3. Port de Soller

⚓ Day 4. Exploring the town of Soller

⚓ Day 5. Port of Pollensa

⚓ Day 6. Cala Sa Calobra

⚓ Day 7. Cala Ratjada

⚓ Day 8. Porto Cristo

⚓ Day 9. Portocolom

⚓ Day 10. Cala Figueras

⚓ Day 11. Cabrera

⚓ Day 12. Colonia San Jordi

⚓ Day 13. Palma  

Sailing holidays in Costa Brava, Spain

Did you know that Costa Brava is one of Spain’s best kept secrets? Well, it’s true! Authentic and artistic, the Costa Brava has maintained its quaint and special charm. 

While it is still popular with tourists, it’s the perfect destination to escape it all and immerse yourself in rest and relaxation, while surrounded by amazing scenery and culture. 

What to visit around Costa Brava?

Visit interesting villages like the medieval town, Besalú, or the white-washed Cadaqués, or the seaside towns of Calella de Palafrugell and Llafranc. 

Enjoy delightfully fresh seafood and al fresco dining in town - or from your yacht’s deck. 

It gets better. Meaning ‘wild coast,’ Costa Brava has some of the most amazing coastline, with rocky jagged cliffs framing the aqua blue Mediterranean waters in the hidden calas that you can only reach by boat. Walk the coastal paths that once connected fishing villages in the 19th century. Bottom line? Regardless of what you choose to do, a yacht charter in Costa Brava will be the experience of a lifetime! 

The best time for sailing Costa Brava is during between June-August when you can enjoy those long hot Mediterranean summer days. However, as Costa Brava enjoys mild weather almost all year long, the shoulder season of May and June are also lovely times to go. Now: Considering that Costa Brava has 300 days of sunshine a year, and an average humidity of about 70%, there really isn’t a bad time to visit Costa Brava.  

Average summer temperatures range from 27-30°C, and water temperatures of 23°C. Winter averages are between 8-12°C and water temperatures of 11°C. 

Summer is the driest season in Costa Brava, and you might see a bit more rain in the shoulder months. October is considered the rainiest time, with average monthly rainfall of about 90mm. 

As for winds, there is the Tramuntana which blows from West to Northwest in the mid-pyrenees and Perpignan regions. On the Mediterranean you’ll get northerly wind following the Bear, Creus and Begur capes. You’ll also get strong winds more frequently during October-April.

Option #1: The best way to get to our base located in Empuriabrava, is to fly into Barcelona’s international airport, which is about 163km from base. As the second largest airport in Spain, there are several flights daily from the UK, North America and the rest of the EU.  

From Barcelona-El Prat Airport: You can either go by car directly to base, or head into the city center and take the train to Figueras and then a taxi to base.

  • The fast train is about 55 minutes to Figueras and then from Figueras to base is about 35 minutes by car.

Option #2: Alternatively you could fly into a smaller regional airport in Perpignan, or Girona, which are both a bit closer to Empuriabrava. 

If you would like help organizing airport transfers, ask your charter consultant! 

  • Time from Barcelona El-Prat Airport to Base - 1h 45 min by car
  • Time from Perpignan to Base - 1h by car
  • Time from Girona Airport to Base - 50 min by car

You might be wondering:

What language do they speak in Costa Brava?

Well, In Costa Brava, the predominant languages are Catalan and Spanish . 

Catalan is a regional dialect, but don’t worry most everyone you meet will know Spanish, and even some English as well. 

For mooring: Anchoring in the sand is allowed, but stay away from seaweeds and grasses. If available, use a mooring buoy. If not, try to make sure you are not over a seagrass bed. Restoring a seabed takes many years, but you can prevent any damage by diving under to patrol the area before anchoring. You can also tell by checking the coloring for the area below you. Light patches are likely sand and darker patches are usually seaweed or seagrass.

For provisioning: Yacht4Less recommends Mercadona, which is a mere 8 minutes all. Here you can order online and arrange for delivery to your yacht. Ask your charter broker about it and we would be happy to arrange your provisioning for you!

It depends. There are many factors that can shape a  yacht charter cost . Find below the cheapest yacht charter prices in Spain today:

  • Sailboat charter Spain  from  £108 per day
  • Catamaran charter Spain  from  £124 per day
  • Motorboat charter Spain  from  £734 per day
  • Gulet charter Spain  from  £0 per day

*disclaimer: Be aware that the prices change instantly every minute and there may be slighlty cheaper boat listings.  

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The 7 best yachting destinations in spain.

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With over 3,000 miles of coastline and 60 islands, chartering a yacht is one of the best ways to soak up the alluring atmosphere of Spain. Not only is there overwhelming, natural beauty, but vibrant culture as well.  The lavish beachside communities and thriving social scenes make a yachting holiday in Spain the ideal destination. Here are seven of the best yachting destinations in Spain.

If you’re passionate about yachting, you can’t go wrong in picturesque Tenerife. Regular trade winds and air currents make sailing here a literal breeze . In the area of Los Gigante, whales and dolphins are commonly spotted. Make sure not to touch them, though. They’re protected species under national and international law, so be sure to admire them from afar. As long as you follow the rules, and get your documentation in order, everybody wins. 

The eternal springtime weather and volcanic origins are big draws for when you’re not on the water. The Teide, located in Tenerife, is Spain’s highest mountain, and you can go to the top of it in a cable car or sleep at its foot if you stay in the Parador de las Cañadas del Teide.

Ibiza should be as world-famous for its yachting as its nightlife and stunning beaches. It’s known as a place people can go to be free because of how accessible everything is. Whether you’re looking for lively bars and nightclubs in Ses Variades or to hire a yacht in Ibiza , this island is an ideal getaway for anyone looking to soak up the Spanish sun.

Ibiza has something for everyone, whether you’re looking to party all night or relax on the water during the day. Yachting here is the pinnacle of sailing in the Mediterranean. You can also paddlesurf, jetski, snorkel and even seabob too. It’s definitely the perfect spot for energetic travelers. 

If you’re a sailor looking for more of a challenge, a trip to remote, rugged Bonanza may be the destination for you. While the journey to this Andalusian port is not for the faint-hearted, the immense rewards include some of the most dramatic, breathtaking views the Spanish coast has to offer. 

Once you get there, the tranquility begins as soon as you drop sails. Keep in mind, this is the kind of tranquility that requires a ton of supplies. There are no stores or services on Bonanza, so pack well for the journey.

Costa Tropical, Granada

Costa Tropical is something akin to a water paradise. In addition to yachting, you can waterski, windsurf and scuba dive. It’s filled with natural coves, like the ones in El Caletón and El Pargo. When you’re not on the water, you can enjoy the superb views from Salobreña Castle or take a relaxing stroll through El Majuelo Botanical Park in Almuñécar. 

Costa Cálida, Murcia

The ideal location for a family vacation, Costa Cálida is all calm water and tranquility. The scenic cliffs and white sand are a perfect complement to the crystal clear Murcia water.

If you’re looking for sun and sand, Costa Cálida boasts more hours of sunshine per year than anywhere else in Spain. 

This coast is a busy fishing hub and houses several fishing villages. The fishing village of Águilas hosts a fun annual carnival in July. There are colorful parades through the town as people flock to the streets in masks and costumes.

It’s particularly exquisite to set sail from the largest of the Balearic Islands. The sheer variety of its coastline makes it an ideal sailing destination for beginners, but presents enough challenges for more advanced sailors too. 

Most sailors find themselves in Port d’Andratx at some point on their journey through Majorca. It’s a safe and extremely beautiful harbor on the south-west coast with plenty of room to drop anchor. It’s also a great access point to the Serra de Tramuntana mountain range, which is ideal for avid hikers after a long sail. 

If regular yachting doesn’t cut it for you, The harbor in Palma de Mallorca is one of the largest in Spain and one of the best places for super-yachting.

Costa Blanca, Alicante

Sailing in the Costa Blanca is an experience tailor-made for making lasting memories. The Costa Blanca is yet another example of the stunning beaches in Valencia . The turquoise water enjoys blue flag status, a testament to its quality and cleanliness. Costa Blanca is adorned by an abundance of small coves to anchor at. 

While yachting in the Costa Blanca, try stopping off in the cosmopolitan city of Dénia. The sun shines nearly year-round in Dénia and it’s home to Michelin star restaurants like Quique Dacosta and El Baret de Miquel.  

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Frequented by the rich and famous on their yachts and a seafront with extensive beaches and countless golf courses, Marbella is one of the glamour destinations in Spain. It is popular amongst the Arab royal families and the British elite, who put together lavish parties on their yachts berthed in Puerto Banus. Pull up to the world-famous Nikki Beach beach club on your yacht or head down to Gibraltar for lunch.

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Once you confirm your reservation, your broker will process your payment.

  • If you are booking for a single day and your reservation is confirmed more than 7 days in advance, a deposit of either $1,000 USD or 50% of the total cost of the reservation (whichever is greater) is processed immediately in order to hold the yacht. Once your embarkation date is 7 days away, the remainder of the amount due is processed.
  • If you are booking for a single day and your reservation is made 7 days or less in advance, the total price of your reservation is processed immediately.
  • If you are booking for a multi-day charter and your reservation is confirmed more than 30 days in advance, a deposit of 50% of the cost of the yacht is processed immediately in order to hold the yacht. Once your embarkation date is 30 days away, the other 50% is collected for the price of the yacht, plus the APA, plus the taxes due.

Terms of refunds are dictated by the Charter Agreement. Generally, once a payment is collected, it is non-refundable. In certain circumstances, as dictated by the Charter Agreement, credits can be provided so you will be able to enjoy your yacht charter at a future date that is convenient for you.

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