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See a New Side to Mallorca

18th August 2014

The crystal blue waters of the Balearics offer endless opportunity for adventure. Everyone from divers, fishers, kayakers to water skiers can be satisfied with what the island of Mallorca has to offer on a charter vacation. Mallorca: an island for those who enjoy the finer things in life.

Mallorca is one of the great natural destinations of the Mediterranean. A water sports enthusiast's paradise, the Balearic island's coast is defined by grand limestone cliffs which plunge into a pool of warm sapphire waters, spotted with turquoise hues.

Swimmers or those trying out their superyacht's state-of-the-art watertoys in Mediterranean waters can enjoy an average temperature of 26°C. For those looking for an aerial view to admire their rural surroundings, Mallorca enjoys an active parasailing scene - particularly at Playa de Palma Beach. Whether parasailing or paddling in a canoe you are sure to enjoy breathtaking views of the island's beaches and secluded coves amongst a pine forest backdrop. 

The only way to truly see Mallorca is on a luxury yacht charter, as your yacht can drop anchor at hard-to-reach inlets of unspoiled natural beauty.


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