Yacht Charter Spain Special Offers & Last Minute
Here you'll find the best special offers and last minute offers for Yacht Charter Spain. We offer you a wide variety of yacht types, like Sailing yachts or Motor yachts, from different categories, like Bareboat, Crewed boat or Cabin charter. You can charter both Monohull and Catamarans. You can also filter them by the number of Berths and chose to see only the offers that have a Minimum Discount (we offer last minute discounts up to 38%).
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Home of the famous Balearic islands and the Canary archipelago, yacht charter Spain has much to offer in the way of sailing. Even the mainland coast has a lot of famous ports like Barcelona or Valencia which double as cultural and economical center with a vibrant nightlife and lots of touristic potential.
Out of all of the countries in the Mediterranean, Spain seems to be the most appreciated by western tourists for its fine weather and low prices. Many who come here return year after year and some even stay here indefinitely after purchasing homes or property here.
Sailing is also held in high regards in yacht charter Spain, especially on the Balearic islands where lots of German, British and Scandinavians come to sail their boats. Marinas take up every single bay or inlet and yachts can be seen in every small gulf anchored, their stunning white contrasting with the azure blue of the Mediterranean waves.
Equally popular with the young, the island of Ibiza is the party Mecca, known throughout the world for its wild, carefree atmosphere which draws in people from all over the world. Further to the south, near Africa's coast, the Canary Islands seem to be outlandish with their volcanic lunar landscape and scarce vegetation, but they somehow manage to attain a certain charm which draws in people from all over the world.
If you're thinking of arriving in yacht charter Spain for a bit of yachting, here is what you have to know: in Spain, anyone who wants to operate a sailing boat longer than 4m or with a motor that has an output bigger than 10kW needs a sailing license. For foreigners, that means providing evidence of a permit or at least former sailing experience to the Maritime Authority. Once you do this, they will give a local equivalent which will allow you to sail in Spanish waters.
Most yacht charter companies will take care of all these documents prior to your arrival upon request and simply give you the papers when you arrive, but this comes at an additional cost. Speaking of arrival, Spain's immigration rules are lax when compared to other countries, meaning that citizens from the European Union and the Scandinavian countries do not require a visa or even a valid passport. Entry is made based on the person's identification card, regardless of the purpose or length of their stay.
For people outside these countries, a valid passport for the duration of your stay is needed for stays of up to 90 days. American, British, Canadian and Australian citizens fall under the same rules but they also have to apply for a "Carta de Invitacion" at a local police station.