Murcia - Spain
Located in a privileged environment in the Region of Murcia in the South East of Spain. An inland sea, 25 km long with very calm waters. Inside there are several islands to anchor and enjoy fabulous sunsets. It is open to the Mediterranean Sea by the “Estacio” canal. The famous “Palos Cape” and “Hormigas” Islands can be found nearby. Due to its characteristics, it is the ideal place to navigate safely throughout the year. The base is located in Tomas Maestre port.
Alicante - Spain
Torrevieja has a very advanced infrastructure for nautical tourism. It offers a wide range of activities and services due to its outstanding nautical tradition.
It is 15 miles off the North charismatic island of “Tabarca”, where you can taste numerous different types of cuisine with a delivery service on board. Travelling south, one can visit “Grosa” Island, a protected natural area where the charm of its transparent waters can be appreciated. The nearby bays and coves add to its wide range of nautical activities.
Alicante - Spain
Denia is a traditional fisherman port located in the Eastern part of the Iberian Peninsula (Spain). The tourism boom allowed this city develop into one of the most prominent nautical industries of the Mediterranean coast.
Navigations around the area of “San Antonio Cape” and “Nao Cape”, are just incredible. In addition, one has the opportunity to anchor in its amazing coves and visit the nearby ports; “Moraira” or “Jávea”.
It is the starting point for numerous voyages to the Balearic Islands.
Ibiza and Formentera
Islas Baleares - Spain
An excellent place for a nautical holiday. “Ibiza” and “Formentera” are islands that are exclusively oriented to tourism. The organization of its diverse marinas, bars and restaurants and its amazing atmosphere give any visitor the opportunity to a unique experience of great quality. The many coves and beaches with their clear and crystalline waters make these islands one of the most beautiful islands of the Mediterranean coast.
During the summer months, one can find innumerable boats that have a spectacular feel.
The “San Blas” archipelago is situated along the Atlantic coast of Panama. Its population consists of people from the culture of “Guna Yala”. It has a combination of more than 350 idyllic islands full of palm trees, beaches with clear white sand and beautiful depths. Some of these islands are uninhabited. The gastronomy is famous for its fantastic sea products. To arrive at “San Blas archipelago” one must fly into the airport “Panamá Ciudad” and by car, drive along the Atlantic coast. From there, one must cross the country on land. Another way of arriving here is by means of an internal flight to the “Provenir” Island. Sailing this region on a boat is an unbelievable experience.