Sailing around Lanzarote - Call it magic - Cast off!

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Individual prices may be subjected to availability due to daily updates to the calendar. If a minimum number of guests is necessary for guaranteed departure and currently the number has not been reached, please, contact us to verify the up to date guest list with the supplier.

Included in the price

- Gas
- Dinghy and outboard engine
- Baby / Kids life jackets

Not included

- Damage deposit 2.000,00 € for the entire boat, it will be give back at the end of charter

- Final cleaning 140,00 €

- Fuel

- Marina fees (except Marina Lanzarote)

Extra services

- Bed sheets per person (obligatory) 15,00 €
- Towel set (small + big) (optional) 5,00 €

- Skipper 150 € per day 

- Hostess 100 € per day

Price per Person
468 1

You can book place or places in yacht cabins or book a whole yacht. Booking whole yacht is only available for cruises with no travelers already on board.

Entire yacht price

Included

- Gas
- Dinghy and outboard engine
- Baby / Kids life jackets

 

Not included

- Damage deposit 2.000,00 € for the entire boat, it will be give back at the end of charter
- Final cleaning 140,00 €

Fuel and Marina fees (except Marina Lanzarote)

 

Extras

- Bed sheets per person (obligatory) 15,00 €
- Towel set (small + big) (optional) 5,00 €
- Skipper 150 € per day
- Hostess 100 € per day

Price per Boat
3740
From
468 per Person
or € 3740 entire boat

Your sailing trip

Sailing around Lanzarote - Call it magic - Cast off!

The Canary Islands are among the worlds’ most beautiful sailing destinations, with cruising conditions that should leave every sailor awe-struck!

Lanzarote – the so called „Volcano Island“, which lies in the Atlantic Ocean, belongs to Spain and is the northernmost of the Canary Islands. The island received its name due to strong volcanic activity at the beginning of the18th century which caused the volcanic surface texture that overlays the major part of the island.

 

Sailing around Lanzarote promises very special impressions. The over 300 volcanoes in Lanzarote give the island its character and special individuality, reminding one of bizarre moon landscapes. The rugged stretches of land are, however, interspersed with fertile fields. There are both distinctive blackened as well as pristine white beaches. It is just these contrasts that make Lanzarote what it is. Native people immortalised themselves with individual aesthetics and beautifully laid-out gardens. You can enjoy the landscape throughout the whole year due to the mostly uniform climate.

Itinerary

Day 1
Marina Lanzarote to La Graciosa (Approx. 35nm)
There are 2 considerations to take into account when planning a trip to La Graciosa. You can choose from Staying in the Marina or Anchoring at Playa Francesa. Both will require permission from the Canary Island Port Authorities. Lava Charter recommends at least a week's notice to allow for your berth or anchorage request to be processed, we can take care of the paperwork for you on request. Please note that there is no electricity provided with a berth, however there is fresh water which is included in the price. Leaving from Marina Lanzarote you will set sail heading towards the north of the island passing the beautiful bay of Arrieta. The prevailing NE trade winds will require you to beat the 35nm to La Graciosa. The passage will allow for all the crew to familiarise themselves with the yacht as tacks will be plentiful. Sailing towards La Graciosa will expose the yacht to the moderate seas of the Atlantic. When sailing through the channel between Lanzarote and La Graciosa, you will find refuge in the calm waters and enjoy the spectacular panoramic views of the Famara Cliff face. We recommend that you plan your passage to arrive during daylight hours.
Day 2
Sail Around La Graciosa (Approx.25nm)
After spending a night in the sleepy marina of La Graciosa or Playa Francesa, you will be keen to explore the coast of the island. Sailing around the Chinijo Archipelago is one of the treasures of the Canary Islands. It is a protected UNESCO marine reserve which stretches a total of 70,000 square kilometers, making it the largest marine reserve in Spain. It is not permitted to fish in this protected reserve as the rich marine ecosystem is unique and essential to local inhabitants of the islands. The cruising ground is extensive with beautiful landscapes which will keep you mesmerized for the duration of your passage. Wildlife is plentiful with sightings of Cetaceans a regular occurrence. Upon completion of your island sail, you again have the option subject to availability, to stay overnight in the marina or anchor at Playa Francesa before beginning your third day of sailing.
Day 3
La Graciosa to Marina Rubicon (Approx. 45nm)
Leaving La Graciosa always leaves you with a feeling of doubt. You may wish to extend your stay for another night as many of our clients fall in love with the tranquility of the island and its peaceful bays. Your passage to the south of Lanzarote will take you along the rugged coastline of Lanzarote. Along the way you are highly likely to encounter dolphins, who tend to play on the bow of our Bavaria’s for long durations allowing you to take videos and pictures. The passage along the west coast allows for some downwind sailing with the prevailing wind coming from the NE. Lee of the land comes into effect once passing the lighthouse at Playa Blanca. You will have the option of staying in Marina Rubicon, an exceptionally well equipped marina with Wifi, Showers, Toilets, Water and electricity. This is often a place of refuge after either staying at the Marina of La Graciosa or Anchoring at Playa Francesa as you may want electricity to charge your electronic devices and fully charge your yachts batteries. If you are looking for another quiet night at anchor, we highly recommend an overnight stay at the beautiful bay of Papagayo. The waters are pristine and you will have ample shelter from the NE winds. A sandy seabed makes for a peaceful night's sleep.
Day 4
Marina Rubicon / Papagayo to Los Lobos (Approx. 15nm)
Whether you have chosen to stay at anchor in Papagayo or in the Marina Rubicon, a must see is the tranquil island of Los Lobos. With just a short passage of 15 nm, this day can be used to enjoy being at anchor and having a lazy day. Los Lobos has an anchoring point on the southern side of the island. There is a bay that looks tempting to anchor at, however there is a shallow reef that does not permit entry via boat. The island does not have any inhabitants, only an information center exists with no shops or supermarkets. The Anchorage can be quite crowded with day charters coming from Fuerteventura, however as the sun begins to set, most of the boats head back to port leaving you with your own private island.
Day 5
Los Lobos to Puerto Calero (Approx. 20nm)
After a night at anchor, your next port of call is the exclusive Marina Puerto Calero. You will travel along the south east of Lanzarote where you can enjoy the calm waters due to the lee of the land, with plenty of wind. This passage is breathtaking and comfortable. At the halfway mark, you find a black sandy beach called Playa Camada. This is an ideal Anchorage for a quick swim before heading into Puerto Calero Marina. The area is known for whale watching. Among the many species, Pilot Whales and Common Dolphin are most likely to be seen. Puerto Calero has fantastic restaurants and all the amenities you could expect from a world class Marina.
Day 6
Puerto Calero to Marina Lanzarote (Approx. 15nm)
This passage again offers the lee of the land, protecting you from the atlantic swell while enjoying the trade winds. The route passes the coast of the tourism town of Puerto Del Carmen, where you will find long stretches of golden sand and clear blue waters. As you make your way back to your starting point you will also pass the island's capital Arrecife. The natural reefs and small fishing ports are a thing of beauty and will get you in the mood to explore them on dry land on your final night in Marina Lanzarote. All of our Yachts are due back at 1600, you will be greeted by the Lava Charter base team who will assist with your berthing. Our staff are always wanting to hear about your trip and your feedback is always welcomed. On arrival we will ensure you have a great final night on board before departing the following day.
Day 7
Departure in the morning
Disclaimer : The Passage Plan’s contained in this guide are merely a recommendation of the preferred route to be taken by vessels when navigating in the indicated areas. Any Skipper or Master should exercise their own discretion and be prepared to depart from the Passage Plan when circumstances dictate. Lava Charter S.L.U shall not be liable for any losses, liabilities or damages arising whether or not due to any form of reliance on or usage of any Passage Plan or deviation thereof.

Cruise price details

Price per person

€ 468

Accomodation on selected shared cabin, check out single use and details

Entire yacht price

€ 3740

Book the entire yacht for a private trip

Yacht

Attila

A lot of room for a lot of comfort

A lot of room for a lot of comfort. Our Attila offers space for up to 10 persons. Attila can be very flexibly adapted to your individual needs and wishes with special options of four or five cabins and comprehensive equipment. Comfort and high demands on sailing qualities are merging together to an ideal symbiosis in Attila.

Yacht
Model
2014 Bavaria 51
Length
15.6 m
Yacht services
Tender size
3.5 m
Air conditioning
No
Snorkeling equipment
No
Fishing equipment
No
Toys on board
No
Accommodations
Places
10
Standard double cabins
3
Double bunks bed cabins
2
Bathrooms
3
Private Bathrooms
No
Crew
1
Chef on board
No

Cruise activities and tips

Travel activities

Cruise activity National park Timanfaya

National park Timanfaya

‘Montañas del Fuego’ – the hill of fire, is one of the main attractions of the island. The national park offers numerous volcanos and a bright firework of colours caused by volcano eruptions in the eighteenth and nineteenth century. There is also an excellent restaurant, built by the Lanzarote artist César Manrique, which provides a panoramic view of the national park.

Cruise activity Cactus garden

Cactus garden

The Cactus Garden is the last great work of César Manrique. The visitor experiences a large diversity of cacti, situated in an old stone quarry.

Cruise activity Cueva de los verdes

Cueva de los verdes

The caves are part of a volcanic tunnel which reaches to the sea. It evolved after an eruption of the majestic Volcán de la Corona.

Travel organizer tips

District Lanzarote: An insider tip for passionate sailors
Lanzarote, as well as the surrounding islands are interesting, often unspoilt sailing districts. There is an ideal cruise for every taste. Even though the district around the Canary Islands is demanding, there are countless options to avoid the Trade Winds and take the Lee-Side for calm cruises.

Ecology and the protection of nature are of major importance: Lanzarote takes a leading role in the Canary Islands. The UNESCO appointed Lanzarote as a biosphere reserve in 1993.

The average air temperature is 17 degrees Celsius in January, the coldest month. In August, the warmest month, it is 24 degrees Celsius. The temperature never falls below 14 degrees Celsius in winter and never exceeds 29 degrees Celsius in summer.
Approximate air temperature in Arrecife
January 13°C – 21°C
February 13°C – 22°C
March 14°C – 23°C
April 14°C – 23°C
May 15°C – 23°C
June 16°C – 25°C
July 18°C – 28°C
August 18°C – 29°C
September 19°C – 29°C
October 18°C – 27°C
November 16°C – 25°C
December 14°C – 20°C
Marina Lanzarote & the shopping area
Sailing around Lanzarote itself is an adventure. But the occasional shore leave is worth it as well. The harbour offers 443 anchorages and a modern, ca. 14,000 square meters dry-dock. The shopping area includes a sports hall, an info centre for tourists and cruise participants for booking diverse trips, a rental car agency and much more.

The area can be classified in three categories:

Trade and Shipping
Including a supermarket and several tasteful clothes shops as well as specialist shops for shipping and fishing.
Hotel and restaurant industry
Arrecife has a vibrant night-life. Romantic garden restaurants invite tourists to rest, relax and savour life. Concerts take place in the large square.
Connection to the city
Access to the city by car is via the city centre of Arrecife. There are 400 parking spaces for visitors and customers for the sport as well as the trading market of Marina.

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Individual prices may be subjected to availability due to daily updates to the calendar. If a minimum number of guests is necessary for guaranteed departure and currently the number has not been reached, please, contact us to verify the up to date guest list with the supplier.

Included in the price

- Gas
- Dinghy and outboard engine
- Baby / Kids life jackets

Not included

- Damage deposit 2.000,00 € for the entire boat, it will be give back at the end of charter

- Final cleaning 140,00 €

- Fuel

- Marina fees (except Marina Lanzarote)

Extra services

- Bed sheets per person (obligatory) 15,00 €
- Towel set (small + big) (optional) 5,00 €

- Skipper 150 € per day 

- Hostess 100 € per day

per Person
3740

You can book place or places in yacht cabins or book a whole yacht. Booking whole yacht is only available for cruises with no travelers already on board.

Entire yacht price

Included

- Gas
- Dinghy and outboard engine
- Baby / Kids life jackets

 

Not included

- Damage deposit 2.000,00 € for the entire boat, it will be give back at the end of charter
- Final cleaning 140,00 €

Fuel and Marina fees (except Marina Lanzarote)

 

Extras

- Bed sheets per person (obligatory) 15,00 €
- Towel set (small + big) (optional) 5,00 €
- Skipper 150 € per day
- Hostess 100 € per day

per Boat