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What to Expect/FAQ’s

WHAT WE DO

We are here to do what you want to do. Having spent over eight years in the area, we have extensive knowledge of the North shores and waters of Mallorca, with its hidden bays, idyllic beaches and beautiful destinations. We aim to use this knowledge to take our guests to the places that suit them.

Taste beautiful Mediterranean food, see awe inspiring historical sites, drink cocktails while watching the sunset. As relaxed or full on as you like – tailored to suit you!

Learn to sail or just relax on deck getting a tan, reading a book and chill out to the tunes of your choice. Swim and snorkel in crystal clear waters, explore white sands and discover local marine life. Sleep under the stars in a hammock, on the deck or the beach.

Throw yourself into the sea off cliffs, use our canoes and snorkelling gear to explore caves and coves, perhaps try your hand at windsurfing, kite surfing water skiing or scuba diving. This is your sailing adventure, it can be tailored to be as energetic or as relaxing as you want.

The ‘Rozamar Unique Experience’ is not only about sailing it’s about using the wind to take us to places most other tours and flotillas don’t go, to experience local living and real cultural experiences, indulging in the local cuisine and having the time of your life.

We have no fixed itinerary, we literally sail where the wind takes us. The night before, your skipper will assess the weather and depending on wind conditions will suggest a plan for the next day. This means every day can be different from the last with that sense of adventure in the air, anticipating what is going to happen next.

The North shore of Mallorca and its surrounds provides an abundant array of typical European pebbled beaches and glistening bays with contrasting cliffs to anchor and experience the delights of being on the water. Whilst onboard you can float the days away with the warmth of the Spanish sun relaxing, snorkelling, sailing and sunbathing at the same time as sipping cocktails and enjoying the company of those around you.

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Map of the area.

For the active vacationers, walking and cycling excursions can easily be arranged by the crew, play on the world renowned golf courses or a simple trip ashore to stroll around the local markets and taste the delicious coffee and treats on offer in any one of the many cafes. You will have the opportunity to experience first-hand all running’s of a sailing boat including taking the helm, trimming sails and rope work under the guidance of your friendly and experienced skipper.

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FAQ’s

Who can come?

Anybody – whether its your first time on a yacht, vacationing with family and friends or refreshing you sailing skills. We encourage everyone to HAVE A GO!!

What if I have never sailed before?

It doesn’t matter – our highly experienced skipper takes great care of all our guests, especially those who are new to the highly addictive pastime of sailing.

When can I sail?

We sail between the months of April to October

What safety equipment do you carry?

‘Rozamar’ is a world class yacht and carries all the modern safety equipment covered under European law, we have fully updated First Aid kits and all our crew are First Aid trained.

Is food and drink provided/can I bring my own picnic?

Light Mediterranean lunch is prepared for you by skipper ‘Jamie’ on day trips, with produce bought from the local market. You are welcome to bring your own snacks onboard.

Breakfast and light lunch are included on longer journeys.

We ask this should be discussed with us before hand.

Guests often have the opportunity to dine ashore in one of the many locally run restaurants, our crew will be happy to make recommendations.

Is alcohol allowed on board?

Yes – the cost isn’t included, we sell beer and wine onboard.

Is there shade on-board?

Yes – the summer sun can be very strong. ‘Rozamar’ has shaded areas to keep cool on the water.

What shall I bring?

Due to space onboard, we recommend not to pack too much, only soft luggage. NO HARD CASES.

Will I be sharing a cabin?

We have 6 berths in two cabins.

It’s likely that you will share a cabin with another guest.

Will I be able to charge my phone?

We have chargers for most iPhone models and 3 X 12volt car charger sockets.

Best to bring your own car charger.

There is NO MAINS POWER while sailing, only if you choose to spend the night in a local marina.

Are there any additional costs?

Our prices are inclusive of crew, insurance, cleaning costs and VAT.

They do not cover nights in marinas, outsourced catering, special event costs, combined activities or transfers to and from ‘Rozamar’.

Do I need my own insurance?

We have passenger insurance, that will cover all of our guests.

It’s always a good idea to have your own too.

Where can we sail?

Anywhere you like – a schedule can be put together for you by our experienced skipper on a daily basis. He is there to help and advise on the best locations, always with the safety of guests in mind.

Can we listen to music?

Absolutely, we have a CD player, USB port and iPhone connector.

You are welcome to bring you own music.

What happens if I get seasick?

It happens to the best of us! Even hardened sailors get seasick, if you think you might, it’s always best to consult a pharmacy for seasicknes tablets (the non-drowsy kind) beforehand.

What happens if the weather is too bad to sail?

Your safety is our priority, if skipper Jamie thinks it isn’t safe – we won’t go, it’s as simple as that.

Is there a shower/toilet onboard?

Yes – ‘Rozamar’ has a fully heated shower, on-deck shower and sea toilet.

How can I secure a booking?

Email or phone and talk to Jamie or Carly, from there a minimum of 20% deposit is required to secure your date/s.  Full payment is to be made prior to departure.

How can I pay my deposit?

We accept bank transfers, PayPal or cash in person.

 

 

SKIPPER

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Jamie is a qualified RYA Offshore Yachtmaster professional skipper and has worked within the sailing industry for 12 years now.

Over the last few years he has travelled the world and sailed thousands of miles in all conditions. His adventures have taken him through the Mediterranean, Balearics, Ionian, Aegean, Adriatic, Red & North Seas, the Atlantic and the Suez Canal. He has worked delivering yachts to clients and skippered private yachts in glamourous locations such as the French Riviera, Sardinia and the Amalfi Coast of Italy.

“I gain huge personal satisfaction from seeing my guest crew enjoy their time aboard ‘Rozamar’, teaching them to sail so that they too can experience the thrill of handling a large yacht at sea whilst enjoying life and nature in stunning locations. It really is my passion!”

He holds full First Aid, PADI Diving certificates and speaks fluent English, French and Spanish.