Yacht Charter Canary Islands
Boat rental in Canaries with charter yacht and catamaran
The Canary Islands (Islas Canarias), or Canaries are a Spanish island group in the Atlantic Ocean.
Geologically the Canary Islands belong to Africa because the distance between Fuerteventura and Africa is only about 55 nautical miles.
The Canary Islands, with their islands of Tenerife, Gran Canaria and Lanzarote are the starting points for a diversified yacht charter.
Fuerteventura, La Gomera, La Palma and El Hierro are a few miles apart, depending on the departure port, and require a certain amount of sailing experience.
The Canary Islands are not a light wind area. Between the islands can occur gusts of 5-7 Bft.
In the Canaries you will find in general the North-East Passat. Recently the Canaries have developed into a very popular charter destination.
You will get crystal clear water, magnificent bathing bays and beaches. Not infrequently, dolphins
will accompanies the chartered sailing yacht or the catamaran for several minutes. There is hardly
any bad weather and the sun shines more than 3000 hours a year.
The coolest time of the year is from December to March with about 21 ° - 22 ° Celcius.
Afterwards, the temperatures rise continuously and reach about 27 ° in July till September. The water temperature rarely falls below 20 °,
and in the main charters season from October to April the Mediterranean-Subtropical Climate of the Canaries makes the trade winds significantly weaker.
After only 4:30 hours flight time, the Yachtcharter customers expect a Charterrevier with a mild
climate and optimal sailing conditions all year long. The start-up ports in Las Palmas, Pasito Blanco on Gran Canaria, Las Galletas (Marina del Sur),
Radazul (Puerto Deportivo) and Santa Cruz on Tenerife, as well as the Marina Arrecife
on Lanzarote are ideal locations to make your trip a wonderful experience in a Mediterranean climate.