Circumnavigate Mallorca from Palma! Dates 18-25 May 2019. Super sunshine scenic sailing surrounded by history! Superb sailing on a great boat of 46 feet. Enjoy the history of Palma and visit beautiful ports such as Andratx, Port De Soller, Pollenca, Porto Colom, Isla Cabrera. Have a look at our slideshow on the SailCork Mallorca Sunshine Sailing Holiday 2019
|Boat||High quality - 52 ft luxury yacht - Sun Odyssey 509 (2014)|
|Length of Course||1 week|
|Objective||Enjoy a sailing holiday in the Balearic Islands sunshine whilst learning and practicing yachting skills.|
|Location||Mallorca(Majorca) Balearic Islands, Spain|
|Equipment Included||The Boat has full safety equipment, all nav. aids and powerful engines. The safety equipment includes lifejackets and harnesses for each crew member. Waterproofs are available on request.|
|What to bring||In date Passport - light clothes, swimsuit, sunblock, sun glasses, reading material, toiletries and medicine. Bedding and a towel are provided.|
|Meals||Meals are both on board meals, cooked by expert Galley Cook, Jo English and evening meals ashore in Majorca's excellent selection of restaurants in scenic villages and towns.|
Relax on the luxury yacht or avail of Yachtmaster Instructor Eddie English to brush up on any part of the practical yachting syllabus including Competent Crew, Day Skipper, Coastal Skipper or Yachtmaster Offshore. You will get an opportunity to handle the boat, set sails, navigate etc.
|Pre Course||No experience necessary, just a sense of adventure.|
|Pre Course Advice||Look at Mallorca online|
We are in the process of buying a yacht so we, as a family, decided to do the right thing and take lessons on how to sail it correctly. We are all novices in the sailing department so five of us went out today with Peter Scallan and we had a great day. He asked us up front what we wanted from the day and at this stage I feel we have been given a good base to build from when we decide to take further tuition. Peter is a great instructor and seems to have an intuitive feel for what each person is capable of and adapts accordingly. On top of that he's just a really nice guy and we got on very well with him. The family were discussing the day over a few pints (as you do), and I think we all agreed we left the berth in the morning as a family, but we returned the boat in the evening as a crew and that was all down to the tuition from Peter. In addition to all the sailing, we anchored up and had a delicious lunch cooked from scratch by Jo and as the main cook and bottle washer in my own house I have to say bravo chef. I highly recommend the professional but relaxed setup at Sailcork.