Captain Cook Luxe privé-cruise in de Balearen.
He is Captain, she is Cook, vaar mee met de culinaire cruise van Captain Cook in de Balearen! Op het zeilschip “Simmertime” ontvangen de “Captain” Adriaan en “Cook” Sandra u graag aan boord. The Dutch couple does everything to make your vacation an unforgettable experience, wherein in addition to the sailing, The culinary aspect plays an important role. The personal hospitality and care are hereby paramount.
There will be sailed with the Simmertime; Simmertime is a Beneteau Oceanis 46 from 2010. A great cruiser with all the luxury and comfort.
You stay in a 2-person cabin with a 2-person bed and a (shared) bathroom with shower and toilet. Because of the little space on board, you can not bring a hard case bring on board. The easiest are folding bags.
Facilities & Relaxation:
On board are three 2-person cabins of which two are available for guests. You can only aboard, as a couple or as a group from 3 or 4 people. There is 1 Master Cabin with private bathroom with shower and toilet and 1 cabin with a shared bathroom. On board you will stay based on All Inclusive. Sandra has a passion for cooking and makes the most beautiful creations for your table.
Captain Cook puts her ship as much as possible to anchor in the most beautiful bays where you can enjoy peace, the beautiful nature and your privacy. It gives a wonderful feeling of freedom, the real Robinson Crusoe feeling! You can go to the shore or beach with the extra boat. When you would like to stay for a night in the marina, then this is of course possible. However, in that case, the port dues will be paid by you. At the Canary Islands are the anchor options limited and you will be spent the most of the nights in the marina.
It is about 2 hour and 25 minutes. We can book your flights. We mediate for among other Transavia and Air Berlin. It is possible to fly on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday to Mallorca with a charter from Amsterdam. It is also possible with departure from Eindhoven, Rotterdam, Groningen, Maastricht en Niederhein.
We can not arrange transfer to the boat, you have to take a taxi.
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In summer, there are dangers in the area around the Balearics. Captain Cook offers customized trips: the itinerary and the program will be determined by your needs. The beginning- and the end point does are fixed in connection with the flights, and in addition, the route is also dependent on how the wind condition, because there will be sailed as much as possible.
Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic Islands, an group of islands in the Mediterranean Sea belonging to Spain. Mallorca has a population about 685.000. Mallorca covers a area of 3626 km². The capital of Mallorca is Palma de Mallorca and is also the capital of the Balearic Islands. To the south of Mallorca you can find the island Ibiza and the north of Mallorca you can find the island of Menorca.
The highest point of Mallorca is the Puig Major, (1445m). In touristic areas and facilities is it possible to speak Englisch and German to the local people. Most tourists are Germans, English and Spanish from the mainland. Palma de Mallorca, the capital of Mallorca is known for his large marina, long beach promenade with shops and cafes and the famous cathedral “La Seu”. About 17 km. from Palma de Mallorca, on the plateau of the Sierra Tramontano, you can find the village Valldemossa. This village with Arabic influences, surrounded by olive groves, is known for its 14th-century royal monastery. Over the years, several well-known people sheltering in Valldemosa, far away from the crowds. The peninsula Formentor is particularly popular with tourists. The northernmost point of the island is characterized by huge rocks and cliffs that rise meter out of the water. Stalactite, the largest of these caves are found at Porto Christo, named El Drach, Caves are Dels Hams 2 kilometers to find further.
Public Transport Mallorca is relatively well cared. It is very easy to travel around. Especially between the bathing resorts there is a regular connection. There’s a traditional tram from Palma de Mallorca to Port de Soller, a commendable tour.
Ibiza is particularly popular with young people and is also known as a party island. In the sixties hippies moved to this island and in the eighties, the focus shifted to the dance music. The houseculture comes from here.A lot of Dutch celebrities go to the island for vacation or to get married. Ibiza has a population of 135.000. The surface of Ibize is about 575 km². The smaller Formentera is located the south of Ibiza.
The main cities are Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni de Portmany. The historic center of Ibiza Town is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. In Sant Antoni de Portmany is a statue representing Columbus Egg. The city is one of the places where it is said that Christopher Columbus was born.
This is the second largest of the Balearic Islands and has an area about 702 km². The population is only around 80.000 people. On the island you can find famous megalithic stone monuments: navetes and Talaiots. The main cities are Ciutadella de Menorca and Maó.
There is no time difference with the Netherlands.
The official languages in the Balearic Islands are Catalan and Spanish. The local Catalan spoken language in Mallorca is called Mallorquín.
The Balearic Islands belong to Spain and the European Union. You can pay with the euro. You can pay in the tourist areas with the most credit and debit cards. On the markets, you will have to pay in cash often.
The islandgroup has a Mediterranean climate with warm summers and mild winters. The Balearic Islands are characterized by their warm sunny summers with plenty of sunshine.
The ship of Captain Cook
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Monday to Friday: 9 AM - 5:30 PM.
Saturday: 10 AM - 2 PM.
We are closed on Saturdays in July and August.