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Catamaran Lagoon 500 In the Canary and Balearic Islands!

 Catamaran Lagoon 500 In the Canary and Balearic Islands!

Enjoy our newly refurbished Lagoon 500 catamaran. Discover the best hidden paradise that are only accessible by sea. Choose your destination: Lanzarote, Fuerteventura for a weekend or the rest of the Canary Islands for full weeks (December - May). And the wonderful Balearic Islands in summer (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera).

Prepared to host 10 passengers on board.

CATAMARAN LAGOON 500 "OTTO MEZZO"

Year:2007 (Refitting 2016/17)

Homeport: PALMA/CANARY 

Length:            15,54 m.

Beam:              8,53 m.

Capacity:10 (+2tripulantes)

Cabins:           5 (+2  Crew)

Bathrooms:       5

Mainsale: With battens and Lazybag.

New sails on November 2016

Engines power: 2x75 hp

Fuel capacity:   960 l.

Water capacity: 960 l.

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 Catamaran Lagoon 500 In the Canary and Balearic Islands!

Canarias

Canarias

CANARIAS, THE EUROPE'S SUN

These islands offer a wonderful climate, like a eternal spring with temperatures ranging  between 19º and 25º throughout the year that invites you to to put on your swimwear the moment you arrive: endless spits of white sand and turquoise waters to wander along, beautiful unspoiled bays where you can sunbathe, surrounded by natural landscapes, practical beaches with all kinds of services, even lively urban coves.

Canary Islands have a range of outstanding natural attractions, in fact, five of its seven islands have been declared a Biosphere Reserve, and the archipelago has four national parks. Some of the most spectacular include the volcanic scenery of Lanzarote, the beaches of Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria with their sand dunes, or the green forests of La Palma and La Gomera.

Canary Islands is land of excellent cheeses, wines of renown, but above all  a great variety of mojos, those delicious sauces that accompany the kneaded gofio (toasted cornflour) and the wrinkly potatoes

Do not forget the numerous activities you can do: observe the stars, outdoor sports ( surfing, diving) dolphin and whale spotting...

Lanzarote   Arrecife
    Puerto Calero
    Playa Blanca (Marina Rubicón)
   
Tenerife   Santa Cruz
    San Miguel de Abona
    Puerto de las Galletas
   
Gran Canaria   Puerto de Pasito Blanco
     Puerto de Magón

Mallorca

Mallorca

MALLORCA, THE SLOW ISLAND

There are more than 300 beaches, a wind range of them: white sandy or rocks beaches, large and hidden beaches. Our recommendations are: Es Trenc, Estanys en la Colònia de Sant Jordi, Ses Salines, Cala Pi, Cala Déiá, Cala Agulla y Cala Mondragó declared Natural Park in 1992.

Mallorca has over 40 marinas along its coast which allow you to sail around the island at ease. One of the harbours with highest capacity and traffic is the Port of Palma. It has 1,217 berths. 

El Arenal, Port de Sóller, Port d’Andratx, port of Cala Rajada, Port de Pollença, Portocolom… offer a whole range of services and also reflect the charm of the traditional fishing port.

A highlight is CABRERA ISLAND, National Park from 1991. It is a fundamental factor in the conservation of the fragile Mediterranean island ecosystems. 

Menorca

Menorca

MENORCA, AUTHENTIC MEDITERRANEAN DESTINATION

Menorca lives facing to the sea. That is the reason to become a perfect destination to sail:

  • Small fishing-village like Fornells with a beautiful bay where you can take shelter from the fierce tramontana wind on the North coast. Enjoy walking around its charming narrow winding streets and white-washed houses and tasting the traditional lobster stew.
  • Wonderful lighthouses dotted along its coastline.
  • Ciutadella, a city plenty of medieval limestone palaces which is a jewel. But, above all, it is a lively city, fantastic to disembark and enjoy shopping or eating in its numerous restaurants.
  • Coves: like Cala Pregonda in the Nord coast

First of all, we want to highlight that the UNESCO recognized Menorca as a natural biosphere reserve on 1993, taking into consideration its high degree of compatibility achieved between the development of economic activities and the conservation of its heritage and landscape

The second point to stand out is its unending range of colours melt into each other: blue skies, turquoise seas, dark green woods, white beaches…

Geologically the island is divided into two symmetrical but very different halves:

THE NORTH, with its wild and rugged coastline and sparse vegetation, stunning beaches of golden sand looking out to small rocky islands and

THE SOUTH, with its soaring limestone cliffs, deep ravines carved out by the water and secluded white sandy coves surrounded by pines.

The best Marina: Mahón

Ibiza

Ibiza

IBIZA, THE ISLAND OF THE PINES

Ibiza and Formentera make up the so-called Pitiusas islands by the Greeks that referred to them as the islands of the pines. To the deep green of the pines is added the glittering blue and transparent of its waters thanks to the oceanic Posidonia beds which are the best preserved in the Mediterranean basin.

You can discover the typical Ibiza fashion well known as “Adlib Fashion” and enjoy the gastronomic products like the islands lamb and the delicious “Flaó” which is a  sweet cooked with eggs, fresh cheese and mint.

There are three harbours in the island, but the most important is that one of Ibiza city: a fishing- commercial, passengers and marina port.

  • Ibiza Port: The Dalt Vila Renaissance walls in the city of Ibiza were given World Heritage Site status by UNESCO in 1999, since this fortress is considered the best one preserved in the Mediterranean. Santa Eulária Port offers a wide range of beaches, islets, cliffs and defensive towers. It is worth idyllic sea spots such as Pou d’es Lleó o Cala Mastella.
  • San Antonio Port: it is a magnificent bay where you can see a spectacular sunset.

 

Barcelona

Barcelona

BARCELONA AND THE SEASIDE

Barcelona is the Gothic District, the Ramblas, the Art-Noveau district of L’ Eixample and Gaudí, the mountain of Montjuïc

Our highlight is the district of Sant Martí, a district that has fully opened up to the sea with an easy access through the seeafront promenade from the beaches and Port Olímpic. It is a district that has managed to turn itself into the most innovative and cosmopolitan part of Barcelona, without losing the heart of the town it used to be along the way, a district that has fully opened up to the sea.

Going to the Nord it is the Maresme Seaside which is identified with sandy long beaches and attractive fishing villages like Arenys de Mar and the famous Costa Brava, a rugged coastline where you can enjoy in Begur beaches, Sant Pere Pescador with the Natural Park of Aiguamolls de l’Empordá or Cadaqués in the Natural Park Cap de Creus

A highlight is MEDAS ISLANDS, a Nature Reserve.

Palamós Port is also interesting to set sail

Ports:

  • Barcelona Port
  • Mataró Port
  • Badalona Port

Levante

Levante

LEVANTE, WITNESS OF THE HISTORY OF THE MEDITERRANEAN PEOPLE

What are the advantages of Levante as destination? The rough seaside which is a dream for the divers. Winds that blow out the sails of the boats. And the moderate climate whit temperatures between 12º and 28º and numerous sunny days.

The seaside in Levante is sometimes rough, others it is plenty of sandy beaches and secret coves. But it is worth not only the coast, also the inland villages that show the influences of the different historical colonizers

The most outstanding attractions are : P.N.  Islas Columbretes, P.N Delta de Ebro, Marine Reserve of  Irta,   Parque Natural del Montgó, Peñón de Ifach,  Cape de la Nao a wonderful place to dive,  Cova dels Orguens, Cape San Antonio a natural reserve since 1993 very well known for its beautiful cliffs, the coves of Granadella and Moraig; cities as Peñiscola, Dénia, Jávea, Benissa, Moraira and Calpe, with their typical streets where you can walk around, their castles and the views of the limitless sea.

Ports: 

  • Benicarló-Peñiscola
  • Dénia y Calpe,

  • Altea y Benidorm

  • Alicante (El Campello, Alicante y Santa Pola)

  • Valencia

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