04.11 — 14.11
Las Palmas →
This last stage
of the season
is dedicated
to greenest
and westernmost islands
of the Canaries.
The greenest and the highest islands of the archipelago are
on our way. We start on Gran Canaria, visit the beautiful islands of La Gomera, La Palma, and El Hierro, and finish the route
on Tenerife island.
10 days
1450 €
Start/Finish Cities and Airports:
🇪🇸 Las Palmas [LPA]
🇪🇸 Tenerife [TCI]
step by step route:
  • Las Palmas → Agaete, 30 nm
  • Agaete → Garachico, 80 nm
  • Garachico → Santa Cruz de la Palma, 60 nm
  • Santa Cruz de la Palma → La Estaca, 60 nm
  • La Estaca → Valle Gran Rey, 40 nm
  • Valle Gran Rey → San Sebastian de la Gomera, 20 nm
  • San Sebastian de la Gomera → Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 60 nm
Travel Style:
This stage is an island hopping with very various wind and waves conditions.
And we expect to walk and view every island on our way.
of this stage
is 3 out of 5
That means: be prepared for more challenges than in a standard yacht charter. Waves, wind, rain, night passages, some offshore — all this might happen. But still not too much.

Talking about this exact stage, we’ll have several easy and short passages, and some bigger, up to 24 hours in a row. And we will probably expect both downwind and upwind sailing.
Western islands:
The three western Canary Islands—La Palma, La Gomera,
and El Hierro—are renowned for their stunning natural beauty and diverse landscapes. La Palma, often called "La Isla Bonita,"
is lush and green, with dense forests, volcanic craters,
and dramatic cliffs. Its Caldera de Taburiente National Park
is a highlight, offering deep ravines and waterfalls. La Gomera
is famous for its ancient laurel forests in Garajonay National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and its rugged terrain featuring steep cliffs and terraced hillsides. El Hierro,
the smallest and least developed of the islands, boasts pristine natural environments, including volcanic landscapes, natural pools, and rich marine biodiversity.
Gran Canaria:
The island is known for its varied landscapes, and features everything from the sandy dunes and beaches of Maspalomas (that we probably visit during our first passage) to green forests and mountains. And Las Palmas de Gran Canaria is a place to see numerous and various boats preparing for the Transatlantic
and curcumnavigations in tropical regions.
Night passages:
We plan to make one of the passages in the dark, that usually means the sky full of stars with a Milky Way clearly visible. And watches schedule on the way.
We’ll visit the island twice on our way, and will see it
from different sides. The north features lush, green landscapes and a humid climate, highlighted by the Anaga Rural Park
and the historic city of La Laguna. It has black sand beaches
and fertile valleys. In contrast, the south is drier and sunnier, known for its golden beaches and lively resorts. The North
and the South are separated by famous volcano, Teide,
the highest peak of Spain.

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