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Spring Sailing Adventure (Cartagena to Mallorca)

Hosted by a member of the Luxembourg Sailing & Regattas Group
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Took place 3 weeks ago
Sun 05 May 12:00 - Sat 11 May 12:00

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A sailing adventure of a lifetime!!

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Sunday 5th May - Sat 11th May Protected content

Sees us starting in Cartagena and sailing north along the region of Murcia and the Costa Blanca. We'll visit the towns of Cartagena, Alicante and Moraira, before we head East to explore the islands of Formentera, Ibiza and finally arriving in Mallorca. There will be NO overnight sail during this week and each night we will be in a marina or at anchor with access to local bars/restaurants and facilities.

• Important to know
Health and safety will be reviewed by RYA instructor and there will be a minimum of 2 suitably qualified Skippers on board at all time.

Cost for the week will be £495/person.

Included in the price is

• Charter of the Yacht (Bavaria 49)
• Insurance (you have no liability for any damages to the vessel)
• Damage waiver
• Linen & bedding
• Gas
• Dinghy + Outboard
• Spinnaker hire
• Transit log
• Sailing lessons
• Commercially qualified RYA YachtMaster/Cruising Instructor

Cost excludes

• Marinas fees & Diesel (shared by the crew and vary by location)
• Food & drinks (crew will shop at local markets and provision the boat for each leg)
• Transport to join and depart the trip.

You should budget about £ Protected content contribution towards food/drink and Marina fees.

About the Crew

A mixture of friends who have been sailing since Protected content between 35 and 60. We have a lot of experience including many English Channel crossings (at night) and sailing in challenging waters (UK Australia, Atlantic and Northern France). The lead skipper is an experienced RYA YachtMaster with additional RYA Cruising Instructor qualification. He holds all relevant qualifications essential for offshore sailing and is Commercially endorsed for operating both commercial and recreational vessels up to 24m (~ 75 foot). His qualifications include;

- Sea Survival
- ISAF Offshore
- Diesel engine maintenance
- ENG1 Medical clearance
- 1st Aid
- Commercial endorsement

There are a number of Advanced 1st Aid trained people (including a registered Nurse), ex Army personnel and various engineers and other trained professionals on board. Plenty of knowledge and experience to ensure a safe sailing adventure and plenty of quality banter along the way.