Decide at what time of the day you want to join me on board: Come and enjoy a sailing experience in the calm of the morning sea. A great way to start the day is to share a sail and swim in the clear waters of the Mediterranean. Join me for an afternoon sailing trip, and enjoy the sun when it's at its warmest, jump in the Mediterranean sea for a nice refreshing dip. (Depending on the time of the year, April, May and October, the sea is quite fresh and the conditions might not be ideal for a swim.) Jump on board for a sunset trip and discover the incredible views sun setting behind the city. Best seen from the sea! In between the optional swimming and sunbathing, refresh your energy with beer, bottled water and soft drinks which will be provided on board. This is a sailing trip that's suitable for all levels of sailing experience, as I'm happy to teach the basics of sailboat handling as we go, or to let the more experienced guests get a little more hands-on and involved as they wish. Another option for you is to kick back and relax on the teak deck beneath the sails to enjoy the peace and tranquility of the Mediterranean sea as we sail on through. Keep your camera handy for great photos of the city!
Hi, I am Michel, born in the Spanish northern village of El Astillero (literally meaning “The Shipyard”), I grew up among ships. After many miles of sailing including an Atlantic crossing, I am still passionate about sailing and about sharing my love for the sea. Although being a native Spanish I am very fluent and feel at ease speaking English.
Refreshing drinks I will offer some tea, coffee, orange juice for the morning sailing trip, then beers, water and soft…
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We will meet at gate 7 near the captain's office in port Olympic, 5 minutes before the start of the sailing trip.
You are more than welcome to bring your own snacks, drinks with you onboard. Don't forget your swimming gear and towels if your planning on jumping in the Med. Bring appropriate clothing for out of summer months (It can get a bit nippy in the open sea)