What better way to escape the stress of everyday life than on board a sailing yacht. Far away from the hustle and bustle on land, Andalusia can be discovered in a completely different way from the sea. The sailing area around the Strait of Gibraltar is one of the most interesting areas in the world and offers great weather, an extremely high wind probability and unique nature.
In one week on board you can easily experience 2 continents, 3 countries and two oceans. A popular cruise variant leads from Spain to Gibraltar, from there across the Strait of Gibraltar to Morocco, then into the Atlantic towards Cadiz and back to the Mediterranean. You will be accompanied on your charter by one of our professional skippers who know the area well and can give you valuable tips.
|Our yacht:||Hanse 47 sailing yacht, with 6 berths for guests|
|Charter base:||Charter start and charter end is the marina Algeciras|
|Charter options:||The yacht can be booked with skipper, or with skipper and chief. Offers for charter incl. board on board on request.|
|Price low season:||3500 Euro / week, incl. skipper and 6 guests for all cruises in March, November and December|
|Price low season:||4500 Euro / week, incl. skipper and 6 guests for all cruises in April, May, June, September and October|
|High season price:||5500 Euro / week, incl. skipper and 6 guests, for all cruises in July and August|
Our yacht is a modern, fully equipped 47 foot Hanse sailing yacht. She sailed around the world for the last 3 years before now being based in Tarifa. The yacht features 3 double cabins for guests, two bathrooms, a large saloon and kitchen area. However, most of the life will happen outside, where you can sit in the shade for breakfast and lunch, or chill on cushions and hammocks on deck. As one of our guest you can choose if you simply want to chill-out and enjoy the freedom of being at sea, or if you would like to help sailing and navigating the yacht.
No matter if you have prior experience or not, our crew is happy to teach you how to sail and will issue you a millage certificate after the trip with ease.
|Length total||14.31 m | 47’7″|
|Lenght hull||14.19 m | 46’7″|
|Length waterline||12.60 m | 41’4″|
|Width||4.46 m | 14’8″|
|Draft||2.35 m | 7’7″ (Standard)|
|Weight||17,2 t | 37.478,58 lb|
|Ballast||3,550 kg | 7,837 lb (Standard)|
|Engine||39 kW / 55 PS|
|Diesel||430 l Diesel|
|CE Certificate||A (Ozean)|
|Length of Mast (above water)||24.43 m | 80’2″|
|Total Sail area||124 m² | 1.334 sq ft|
|Mainsail||67.50 m² | 727 sq ft|
|Gib||48.30 m² | 520 sq ft|
|Genoa 105 %||56.50 m² | 608 sq ft (Option)|
|Spinaker light||180.00 m² | 1,830 sq ft (Option)|
|Spinaker Medium||166.00 m² | 1,688 sq ft (Sonderanfertigung)|
|Spinaker heavy||158.00 m² | 1,606 sq ft (Sonderanfertigung)|
The best and cheapest connection to Tarifa is via Malaga Airport (AGP). There are also airports in the cities of Jerez, Seville and Gibraltar, some of which are closer to Tarifa. However, these are less frequently served and airfares are often significantly higher.
The distance from Malaga airport to Tarifa is about 180km. Since the official shuttle services are relatively expensive, we recommend to travel either by public bus or in your own rental car to Tarifa.
The bus connection from Malaga to Tarifa first leads from Malaga airport to Marbella, from Marbella to Algeciras and then from Algeciras to Tarifa. The connection takes about 3-4 hours including in total and costs about 20 euros for a one-way trip.
More information about the bus connection can be found at: Avanza Bus
The most comfortable way however is to rent a car. The rates for a rental car throughout the duration of the event are especially cheap, most notably in the low season.
To compare car rental prices click here.