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Alicante - Ibiza - Fuerteventura

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Cruising area
Spain - Balearic islands (map)
from € 136 ($151) per day
up to 6 persons
1 person
shared cabin
From Alicante to Formentera and back

This summer our sailing vacation will be on board of ORIOL STAR yacht and will take place in the area of south Balearic Islands: Ibiza and Formentera. The trip will start from Alicante, handy and reachable by direct flights from almost all European countries. The ORIOL STAR will return back to Alicante at the end of the cruise.

The area of our navigation in summer is very warm (max average temperature 32 oC, min average 22 oC), with almost always sunshine, white sandy beaches and with crystal turquoise waters. Especially Formentera is kind of Caribbean island in the Mediterranean. Water is warm and taking baths and swimming is always a pleasure. The navigation is relaxing, because the sea is mostly calm and the probability of stormy weather in July is extremely low. The ORIOL STAR is a 14 meter sailing vessel, with oceanic capabilities and equipped with all most modern navigation and safety systems.

The ORIOL STAR is equipped with a new bigger and more comfortable auxiliary boat (Zodiac or Dinghy) for landing.

Guest will be accommodated in 3 double cabins with two shared bathrooms. Boat is equipped full kitchen and a wide saloon for rest. All cabins are provided with clean sheets and pillows.

Alicante - Ibiza - Fuerteventura - day1 - Alicante
Day 1
Arrival of all the crew in Alicante, reception and boarding. At 22:00 leaving for Formentera (night navigation with watches) and arrival to Formentera in the early afternoon of Sunday. During this 14 hour navigation the crew will live the experience of watches (two members of the crew on duty for 4 hours while the rest of the crew will sleep). Upon arrival we set the anchor in front of white beaches, we take baths, we have a meal on board, we rest. Later in the evening landing at Formentera harbour, dinner, refuelling and leaving to the beaches of the south. Anchoring in front of the beach.
Alicante - Ibiza - Fuerteventura - day2 - Ibiza
Day 2
Wake up in front of the beach. Breakfast, baths and landing. In the afternoon leaving for Ibiza and anchoring in the bay close to the marina of Ibiza Nueva. For the night landing with the auxiliary boat and free night (tapas restaurants, discotheques).
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Day 3
Es Vedra
In the morning visit of Ibiza town and of the fortress. In the late afternoon leaving to San Antonio. Pass by and, if possible, bath at mythical Es Vedra island. Landing to San Antonio and drinks at the “Cafe del Mar” observing the sunset.
Alicante - Ibiza - Fuerteventura - day5 - Casa Slada
Day 5
Casa Slada
Leaving to Cala Salada. Bath and lunch at Cala Salada. Later circumnavigation of Ibiza Island and arrival to Sant Eulalia town. Anchoring and landing.
Alicante - Ibiza - Fuerteventura - day6 - Formentera
Day 6
In the afternoon leaving to Formentera Marina. Refuelling. Free walk and dinner in Formentera. Later leaving and anchoring in front of Espalmador beaches.
Alicante - Ibiza - Fuerteventura - day7 - Calpe
Day 7
In the morning bath in front of the beach and in the late morning leaving to the mainland (Moraira or Calpe). Arrival to the mainland in the evening. Docking in the marina and free night out.
Alicante - Ibiza - Fuerteventura - day8 - Alicante
Day 8
Leaving in late morning for Alicante. Arrival to Alicante and free time in Alicante for the last night.
Yacht Model Bavaria 46 (Oriol Star)
Length overall: 14
Beam: 5
Draft: 2
Passenges (max): 10
Berths: 8
Cabins: 4
Bathrooms: 2
Engine: 55
Additional information
Luca is from Italy, but fluently speaks: English, Spanish and Russian.
Luca Zapparoli. Sailing experience of more than 27 years. He navigated more than 25,000 nautical miles in the sea (many of which in the western Mediterranean) as Captain of sailing vessels of 14-16 meters. He completed many long range crossings in the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean in almost all possible meteo conditions. He has been collaborating, as professor of theory of sailing and meteorology, with the “Federaci?n de Vela de la Comunidad Valenciana” (FVCV). The courses, of great success, were oriented to sailing teachers of Level I and II. He also prepared the examination tests for the students. He published the book “La Vela: Teoria y T?cnica”, adopted by the “Federaci?n de Vela de la Comunidad Valenciana”.
Price includes
Bed linen
Fuel (around 400 litres per week)
Moorings / Marinas (in Ibiza, marinas will be used only for refuelling, for landing we will use ?dinghy).
Snacks and beverages on board. Usually we have breakfast and lunch on board and dinner out at ?tapas bars/restaurants (restaurants, any special food or any other personal cost is not included). The concept is - we eat on board when we are on the water, and we eat out when we are docked. Still, if you prefer to have dinner on board, you are free to do it.
Navigation and seamanship training (optional, if you have interest).

Price does not include
Transfer to the marina
Meals in bars and restaurants
Flights & transfer

Once you arrive to the airport of Alicante, you are almost done. The “Marina Deportiva de Alicante” where the boat is docked, it’s just at 15 km or 15-20 minutes by Taxi or Bus. If you choose the Taxi the normal price to get to the boat is around 20 EUR. You can get to the boat at any time on the Friday of your arrival from 13:00 pm until 22:00 pm.


The boat has to be left by 10:00 am on the Friday at the end of navigation week. In case your return flight were later, you can leave your luggage at the Offices of Marina Deportiva and spend some more time in Alicante

If you arrive several days prior to the first date of your sailing vacation, or decide to stay for a few days after, you may find number of hotels in the old town of Rhodes. Please check all the availabilities on: or

Important information
  • Carry all necessary things with you but try to minimize the quantity. No matter how big the boat, the space on a vessel is always limited. Try to make a careful selection of what is necessary for a week. Take into account that the marinas in Spain are well organized and that is always possible to wash things in automatic machines.
  • Use a soft bag (see picture) for carrying your things and not a rigid luggage. Space is limited and moreover rigid luggage’s can cause damages inside the boat.
  • You must have a pair of shoes (sport ones, with white or clear sole) to be used exclusively on the boat, and another one (or two according to your needs and slippers) to be worn when stepping out of the boat. (moreover stepping on the boat with shoes used in the street can cause damages to the delicate surface of the boat).
  • Do not forget: personal medicines and toilet bag, sun glasses, warm hat, sun cream, gloves (possibly sailing gloves - see picture -), T-shirts and some heavier clothes for the nights. Average max temp in that period is around 32 oC and average min around 21 oC. Nevertheless in the sea with wind the sensation of cold can increase, so bring some warm sweater.
Price / person
By request
6 days - (6d/5n) Bavaria 46
By request
from € 816 ($904)

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