Situated in the Atlantic Ocean, 150 km off the Moroccan Coast, where this amazing archipelago enjoys fine weather most of the year, the Canary Islands are very popular for winter holidays, which also makes it a excellent sailing destination in Spain. At the time when you are in most need of daylight and sunshine, this group of islands will offer everything you need to relax, especially on a yacht charter. The main islands are Tenerife, Gran Canaria, La Palma, Fuerteventura, La Gomera and Lanzarote and most yacht charters depart from Tenerife and Gran Canaria, the two largest islands of this Spanish archipelago.
The capital of Tenerife is a neighbourly harbour, offering 240 berths for sailing adepts. The city is worth a visit and if you are on a sailing holiday with friends then you'll appreciate the shops, restaurants and lively nightlife. Remember that the sailing distances between each island are pretty huge, so if you decide to charter a boat with a skipper he will establish your sailing itinerary according to what is worth while for your sailing holidays in Spain.
The island West of Tenerife is a haven of peace and remains rather untouched by tourism but it also boasts an important historical heritage. Indeed, Christopher Columbus made La Gomera his last port of call before his grand crossing. Motorboat charter is the best way to make the most of your sailing holiday in the Canaries as you'll be able to island hop a little more than on a sailing charter but keep your fuel costs in mind. Beboats compares yacht charter offers so you can enjoy your sailing vacation at the best price.
Finding a cheap boat rental can be a hassle. For you sailing holidays in the Canaries and anywhere in the world Beboats compares yacht charter offers to ensure you the best price. Whether you want to cruise on a catamaran, island hop with a motorboat or enjoy blissful sailing on a monohull find the boat that suts you best and enjoy sailing the Canaries!
On a First 27.7 from Saint-Malo with a group of friends. Sailed around the Channel Islands, had a good navigation!
We loved the Baltic Sea in Danemark, especially when we arrived in Copenhagen with its colorful houses. But Sweden and its canals were even better. Had the best time on board of our Oceanis 411!
We were able to do a few quotations with the customer service to find the best boat for our destination. We went for a Lagoon 450, really comfy for the family!