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Yacht Charter Canary Islands

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You'll find popular yacht charter brands in Canary Islands, such as: Bavaria, Jeanneau, Lagoon, Bali Catamarans, Dufour Yachts, Catana Group, Pogo Structures, Elan Yachts.
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The Canary Islands are a popular destination for sailing enthusiasts, with a range of options available for renting sailboats. Visitors can explore the stunning coastline and crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean, with rental companies offering a variety of sailboats to suit different needs and preferences. Whether you're looking to enjoy a leisurely day out on the water or embark on a more adventurous sailing trip, renting a sailboat in the Canary Islands can be a fantastic way to experience the beauty of the region.

The winds of Canary Islands

Mistral (NW)

The Mistral winds are a type of strong, cold, and dry wind that blow from the northwest across the Mediterranean region, particularly in France and Spain. While these winds are not typically associated with the Canary Islands, it's possible that they could be experienced in the area from time to time.

Bora (NE)

The Bora winds are not typically associated with the Canary Islands, which are located off the coast of West Africa and are known for their warm, subtropical climate. Instead, the Canary Islands are more commonly affected by trade winds, which blow from the northeast and bring moderate temperatures and pleasant conditions.

Tramontana (N to NW)

The Tramontana winds are a type of dry and cool wind that blow from the north to northwest across the Mediterranean region, particularly in Spain. While these winds are not typically associated with the Canary Islands, it's possible that they could be experienced in the area from time to time.

Jugo (SE)

The Jugo winds, also known as the Sirocco or Scirocco, are warm, moist winds that originate from the Sahara and blow across the Mediterranean. While these winds are more commonly associated with southern Europe, including Spain, Italy, and Greece, they are not typically experienced in the Canary Islands.

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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.