Palma de Mallorca harbour

Yacht Charter in Mallorca

Sailing vacations

Sailing experience level
Day Skipper

Our Palma de Mallorca marina is seasonally closed. Please be aware that additional entry requirements and restrictions may still apply for this destination.

*For customers traveling from the U.S. or other South or Central American countries, the base is scheduled to reopen on November 1, 2020. For customers traveling from Canada or Uruguay, our charters from Mallorca have resumed.

Let go in the lively Balearics

Part of an island chain spread over miles of open water, Mallorca offers adventurous blue water sailing vacations for experienced sailors. Take on some exhilarating coastal sailing in the sparkling Balearic Sea. Less experienced sailors can go on short trips between hidden calas, while strong winds make for rewarding longer voyages for more advanced crews.

Just off the southwest coast of Spain, you’ll find the Cabrera Archipelago, National Park. This group of protected islands shelters some spectacular underwater meadows where the scuba diving is among the best in the Mediterranean, with groupers, octopi, loggerhead turtles and even dolphins paying the meadows a visit. A spell of exhilarating blue water sailing from the north of Mallorca will guide you to the neighboring island of Menorca. With great food, beautiful scenery and high-quality sailing on offer, a Balearic Island sailing vacation is about more than just partying. 

Taking the kids? Why not take the Sunsail Mallorca Challenge and discover the secrets of this majestic island. How many can you complete?

Suggested bareboat itineraries

Charter a beautiful modern yacht from our base on the island of Mallorca and sail the Balearic Sea in search of your perfect getaway. Sample the famous nightlife of Magaluf and Ibiza or seek out the secluded bays, quiet anchorages and rich dive spots the Balearic Islands offer in abundance. What you say goes on a bareboat charter vacation.


Mallorca one-week bareboat

  • Pristine beaches
  • Ancient towns and villages
  • Gothic and Arabic architecture
  • Coastal and blue water sailing
  • Sheltered anchorages and bays
  • Modern marinas, traditional harbours
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Palma one-week bareboat

  • Gothic cathedrals and cliffside calas
  • Stunning sailing conditions
  • Sandy anchorages and stern-to moorings
  • Visit the famous Dragon Caves
  • Discover the untouched Cabrera National Park
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Experience required

Sailing experience level
At least 10 days or 200 miles as skipper on an equivalent size yacht

Level 2 destinations are our most challenging. Suitable only for confident, experienced sailors, Level 2 destinations offer long spells of open water sailing, broad tidal ranges, strong winds and remote anchorages.

Qualifications required

International Certificate of Competence
Day Skipper

To sail in this destination you'll need at least an ICC or an RYA Day Skipper qualification or above.

Skippered Holiday

Try a skippered holiday

  • Relax and let your skipper take charge
  • Be as hands on or laid back as you like
  • Learn from an expert skipper
  • Gain local knowledge and recommendations
  • Peace of mind and safety on the water
  • Discretion and privacy when you need it
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Sailing conditions

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Dragonera (Majorca)


Sunsail Spain S.L.
Avinguda Gabriel Roca, 15
Palma de Mallorca

Base opening hours

9:00 am to 7:00 pm

Nearest airport
Palma International Airport