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18th August 2014
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.
47m | 2014 | Sunseeker
46m | 2009 / 2013 | Leopard
42m | 2005 / 2013 | Holland Jachtbouw
35m | 2000 | Heesen
34m | 2011 | Jacht Ontwikkelings
27m | 2001 / 2010 | Falcon
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