The Canary Islands are an archipelago located on African’s north eastern coast and which belong to the Iberian Peninsula. The archipelago is divided into 2 groups – Eastern part of the archipelago, there is Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and the six islets surrounding them which form a single submarine plateau (the Canary Ridge) and in the Western side there is Tenerife, Gran Canaria, La Palma, La Gomera and Ferro.
During a yacht charter cruise, you will be able to discover the renowned southern beaches and golf resorts of the island of Tenerife. The island is known for stark contrasts. You will discover beaches with golden sand which change to black volcanic beaches. Sailing further, you will find some interesting shopping in Las Palmas.
For yacht charterers who are looking for the most beautiful beaches in the archipelago, Fuerteventura is the most popular. The island is blessed with over 150 unspoiled beaches like Caleta, Corralejo, El Cotillo or the Playa de Sotavento which is the most photographed beaches in Europe.
While yacht chartering towards the Canary Islands, you will find a variety of yachts, sailboats and catamarans to charter whilst on holiday enabling you to enjoy a fun day out in the sunshine. By chartering a yacht around the region, you will be able to take advantage of many activities such as swimming, diving, fishing, sunbathing, whale and dolphin watching and much much more.
On a yacht sailboat, you can visit the islands of Lobos, El Hierro and Gomera. Depending on your location, you may arrive on board a catamaran or you can charter any other boat in these beautiful islands of Spain.
The Las Rehoyas marina is located in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. It offers about 1130 moorings for yachts 45m long and with a maximum draft of 7m.
The Puerto Deportivo Marina Rubicon is located on the southern coast of Lanzarote in Playa Blanc. It offers 300 moorings for yachts measuring up to 60m long and having a maximum draft of 7m. The Playa Blanca is just a few steps away from the marina.