de-DEen-US

Sailing around Mallorca

Would you like to get to know Mallorca in a different way? That's what I thought too, so I explored Mallorca by sail. You don't know how to sail? No problem, neither can I! The skipper from Join The Crew will do the sailing for you. And you'll just have a great time!

19/07/2022

dear(travel)diary,

after sailing around the Cyclades with Join The Crew (JTC) for a week last year, it was clear to me that I would be sailing with JTC several more times! So my answer was crystal clear when Daniel from JTC called me and asked if I would like to sail as a blogger for JTC this year. I mean, what kind of question is that! Of course I would!

Because sailing is the perfect mix of fun, relaxation and adventure for me. You are so free and can decide spontaneously every day where you want to go next. If it's too warm for you, you can just jump into the water. And if you feel like having fun, you can surf on the SUP or have a fun time with your crew. If you want to relax, head to the deck to sunbathe. Sounds great, doesn't it? The good thing is that you don't have to be able to sail yourself. At JTC, there is always an experienced skipper who takes over the sailing and teaches you so that you and the crew can take on more and more each day. So you learn something along the way!

However, my highlight of the Mallorca trip was the crew. We didn't know each other beforehand, but we bonded really quickly. After a week's vacation, it felt like we'd been friends for years. You rarely find this group dynamic anywhere else and for me it's the greatest gift. That's why I'm already looking forward to my crew on the next sailing trip with JTC!

xx Chiara

What are you interested in?



I have put together a list of all the places on Google Maps.

You can find the list here.


We have extended...

We got on so well with our crew that we extended our vacation. Two of the crew wanted to stay longer on Mallorca anyway, so the ones who had the time rebooked their flight. So we had a bit more time together!

However, we didn't sail any longer, but instead went to a hotel, the BQ Paguera Boutique Hotel. Paguera itself is not the most beautiful place in Mallorca, but the hotel was great! We also had a good meal at “Mar y Mar” in Paguera. However, Port d'Andratx is nicer and not far from Paguera. I can highly recommend a trip there. There are some lovely boutiques and good restaurants there. We had a delicious dinner at “Cook Andratx” and I was able to buy a little souvenir of my vacation and a friendship bracelet with Isa.

More impressions

If you would like to find out more about sailing with Join The Crew, I have two more blog articles for you here:

Or you can visit the JTC website directly. Otherwise, I've put together a few pictures for you here for more impressions: