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a shakedown trip

The First [Leg]

The strait of Gibraltar is a narrow stretch of water joining the Atlantic ocean to the Mediterranean sea, it separates Spain and Gibraltar from the most northern African country, Morocco, and the Spanish city of Ceuta which borders Morocco. At the narrowest point it is a short distance of 7.7 nautical miles.

Gibraltar itself is a small British overseas territory bordering Spain. It is a relatively popular tourist destination. The most exciting attraction would have to be the monkeys.








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The [Cannaries]

One of the most significant factors for choosing Canary Islands as your sailing destination is the climate. Most parts of the archipelago enjoy an almost perfect weather: night's temperature doesn’t usually get lower than 15°C throughout the whole winter, while daytime temperature rarely goes over 30°C in the middle of the summer.

The sea temperature is also stable, normally around 22°C. Gibraltar to the Canary Islands: 750 nautical miles. We have 4 cabins left for this leg between September 02, 2023 and September 10, 2023. 


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    The beauty of the islands comes from their volcanic origin, with steep cliffs, green slopes, palm trees, cacti, white villages, and a nice temperature. According to legend, they are the peaks of Atlantis. The Western Isles (Ell Hierro, La Palma, and La Gomera) are green with black lava beaches, while the eastern islands (Fuerteventura and Lanzarote) are dry with wide beaches covered with Sahara sand.

    In the middle of the islands are high mountains of volcanic origin. Next to the deep and wide canyons (Barrancos) lie some dense forests with beautiful hiking trails. On the island of La Palma the rare ‘Dragon blood tree’ can be found, which can become three thousand years old and has a blood-red resin. La Gomera is known for banana trees, laurel forests, and old heather trees, which can grow up to 15 meters high.

    The island of Tenerife has the highest mountain in Spain, El Teide, with a height of 3718 meters. The Atlantic Ocean is at its deepest between the islands of Tenerife and La Palma with a spectacular 3500 meters. Gran Canaria has the characteristics of all the islands combined, in the north green vegetation and in the south the stunning sand dunes of Las Maspalomas.

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