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Renting a sailboat in the Balearic Islands of Spain is a popular and exciting way to explore the region's beautiful coastline and crystal-clear waters. With numerous rental companies and options available, it's easy to find a sailboat that suits your needs and budget. Whether you're an experienced sailor or a beginner, renting a sailboat is a fantastic way to enjoy the Balearic Islands' natural beauty and cultural heritage from a unique perspective.

The winds of Balearic Islands

Mistral (NW)

The Mistral winds can also affect the Balearic Islands in Spain, particularly during the winter months. The Mistral is a strong and cold northwesterly wind that blows from central France down to the Mediterranean Sea, affecting regions along the way including the Balearic Islands. The Mistral winds are caused by the presence of high-pressure systems over Europe that push cold air southward towards the Mediterranean Sea. As the air passes over the Pyrenees mountains and then over the Balearic Islands, it picks up speed and can reach gusts of up to 60-70 kilometers per hour.

Bora (NE)

The Bora winds do not affect the Balearic Islands. The Bora is a cold and dry northeasterly wind that blows across the Adriatic Sea, mainly affecting the eastern coast of Italy, Slovenia, and Croatia. Instead, the Balearic Islands are affected by other types of winds, such as the Tramontana that blows from the north, the Mistral that blows from the northwest, and the Levante that blows from the east. These winds play an important role in shaping the climate and environment of the Balearic Islands, and are often used by sailors and windsurfers to enjoy the region's watersports.

Tramontana (N to NW)

Tramontana winds are dry, cold and often strong winds that blow from the north or northwest in the Balearic Islands of Spain. These winds are particularly common during the winter months and can reach speeds of up to 100 km/h (62 mph) in some areas.

Jugo (SE)

The Jugo winds, also known as the Levante winds, can affect the Balearic Islands in Spain, although they are not as frequent or as strong as in other parts of Spain, such as Andalusia. The Jugo winds blow from the southeast, and can bring warm and humid air to the region, often resulting in high temperatures and a muggy atmosphere.


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Free Deposit Pack

With FDP (Free Deposit Pack), you have the chance to avoid a full security deposit and lock in your funds. Just pay 20% upfront (non-refundable), and experience a hassle-free journey. * The price of the FDP rises to 25% if booked less than 30 days before the charter.