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Sailing around the CANARY ISLANDS

One of the most popular cruising grounds in the Atlantic Ocean are the Canary Islands with the islands of Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura, La Gomera, La Palma and El Hierro. Due to the good strategic location inbetween different continents, the Canary Islands play a very important role mainly for crossing the Atlantic. The two important locations are the marinas of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, which both have well and high modern equipment.

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The archipelago of Cape Verde is located in the Atlantic Ocean directly close to the African coast. Since half of the 15 islands are still completely uninhabited, you can discover these quite in a Robinson Crusoe style and go with your charter yacht to anchor. The port of Mindelo is the center of the Cape Verde Islands, from here most sailing tours start, so book today this particular and very special sailing adventure!

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Sailing around AZORE ISLANDS

The Azores are in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and consist of 9 islands, each of them know their own history to tell, so they are all different. The most famous marinas are Horta Marina, Marina de Angra do Heroismo and Marina da Praia da Vitoria. Ideal sailing conditions can be found from early June to mid-September.

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Sailing around BRITTANY

On the French Atlantic coast we find the coast of Brittany, from a sailor´s point of view very challenging, thanks to it´s constant winds ideal for trips with sailing yachts and catamarans. Bases to start are for example St. Malo, Lorient and Le Crouesty. For more information on the French Mediterranean coast please see the section “Mediterranean Sea”.

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Northern Europe lovers can go almost directly from outside of their front door on a multiple day yacht cruise, which brings them either off from the North Sea or from the Baltic Sea directly to Scandinavia, where they are expected by the lonely fjords. The Baltic Sea, separates Scandinavia, means Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Iceland, from the rest of Europe.

–> Detailed information on the sailing area Baltic Sea, North Sea and Scandinavia