TRAMONTANA

Ciutadella

   NO LICENCE REQUIRED
   MAXIMUM 5 PASSENGERS
   FUEL INCLUDED

  • Manufacturer: Tramontana ( 500 )
  • Type: Fiber
  • Year: 2018 / 2021
  • Length: 5'00
  • Beam: 1'95
  • Top Speed: 17 knouts
  • CV: 15 Mercuri
  • Fuel: 25 litres
  • Includes: Fridge

          

Prices

Check price in the reservation calendar

The price includes VAT, Civil Liability (Responsiblidad Civil) and Passenger Insurance, sun deck, ladder, fridge, solar awning, GPS tracker. 

Booking conditions

TIMES
  • Check-in for rentals is done 15 minutes before your departure time.
  • The check-out in rentals is requested punctuality. otherwise there will be an economic penalty
HOME PORT
  • Mooring at the home port is included in the rental price.
  • It is mandatory for the vessel to be moored at its home port during the night.
  • It is not permitted to sleep onboard the vessel.
OTHER CONDITIONS

In case of weather conditions being deemed unsuitable for navigation, an alternative day will be offered, and in case of this being impossible, a refund will be made. 

  • Departure from the port of Ciutadella to the north or south of the island depending on the wind direction.
  • Store with everything you need, ice, soft drinks, paddle surfing, snorkeling equipment.

Routes and limits of travel

UNESCO DECLARED MENORCA AS A BIOSPHERE RESERVE

Menorca has an area of ​​approximately 700 km2 and some 200 km of coastline. In these there are a total of 132 sandy beaches and coves and 65 stone beaches.

** If your departure is from the Port of Ciutadella, you will enjoy its great variety of coastal landscapes. Spectacular cliffs, golden and red sand beaches to the north; or beaches of fine white sand to the south. Because in Menorca we have a peculiarity: here everything changes with the wind. If the Tramontana wind blows (north wind), WE ALL GO SOUTH! and if the opposite happens, GO AND ENJOY THE NORTH. With a north wind, we will leave from the Port of Ciutadella and head south, to the limit of Cala Escorxada, passing through the most emblematic beaches such as Son Saura, Cala Turqueta, Cala Macarella and Trebaluger. If the opposite happened, if the wind came from the south, then the departure will be towards the north of Menorca, until, as the limit point, Cala Pilar, passing through Cala Morell and La Vall, enjoying the wildest and most unique beaches on the island. Keep in mind that the north of Menorca is a Marine Reserve! IMPORTANT !! Remember that it always depends on the wind and weather conditions, so we can ONLY ensure the heading and the limit of your route right at the time of your boarding.

Tips to be a good sailor

Discovering the island of Menorca on one of our boats is, without a doubt, the best option. By following these simple tips, you will enjoy an unforgettable experience in a safe and fun way, and you will be able to discover at your own pace those corners of Menorca that will transport you directly to paradise.

  1. When boarding the boat, distribute the weights. When you climb from the water, using the boat's stairs, or from land, it is important to balance the boat so that it never capsizes.
  2. Never sail or operate the boat under the influence of alcohol.
  3. Remain attentive to your companions.
  4. Under no circumstances should you have the engine running if there are swimmers nearby, or if any of you are nearby. in water. You must all be on the boat when it starts.
  5. Before dropping anchor, that is, before anchoring, make sure that you will do so in sand. You should NEVER do it on the Posidonia, since it is dangerous. protected and we would seriously damage our ecosystem.
  6. To the water ducks! First, make sure that you have anchored correctly, that your boat does not move too far from its anchoring point (it is normal for it to move, even if you do not notice it, there is always wind that moves the boat), and ONLY THEN can you turn off the engine.
  7. When you see the yellow balls, it means that that is your limit. Respect it. NEVER go beyond this sign, since from that point the area for bathers is marked. You should never access the beach with the boat, nor beach it on the sand. It is totally prohibited.
  8. A ship has no brakes. Therefore, always maintain a safe distance from other boats or obstacles.
  9. Maintain a cruising speed and do not make sudden movements. Our boats are ideal for relaxing, sailing slowly and enjoying a leisurely pace. Don't try unnecessary maneuvers. Just have fun in peace!
  10. Do not enter caves or cross gorges.

 VERY IMPORTANT: make sure you know where you are at all times, and always have your mobile phone on.
NOW YES… LET'S BROWSE AND ENJOY!


Let's be responsible

We must take care of our natural environment. We all owe it to the care and conservation of the beaches, wetlands, dune systems, our Marine Reserve and of course, the conservation of the Posidonia Oceanica Prairies. Each one of us will responsibly make Menorca a more sustainable place, and we as a nautical company know the impact we can cause with the misuse of boats and lack of commitment. The main impact that anchored vessels exert on the environment is due to anchoring-unanchoring.

It is essential that you NEVER anchor on Posidonia, or any dark area, it should always be on sand.

We are committed to sustainability, to the conservation of our ecosystem and that is why we have a new fleet that is more efficient and has less environmental impact. Also our commitment to assist, guide and teach our users so that their impact on the sea is minimal with information on where and how to anchor.

Living Menorca means taking care of it!