Aug 1st, 2018

EVENT: The Sunseeker Owners Cruise set sail from Mallorca to the stunning island of Ibiza

Last week, 18 boats set sail from the stunning island of Mallorca to head to the equally as beautiful island of Ibiza.

All Sunseekers anchored in the bay of Cala Bonita

The four days of fun began in Port Adriano, Mallorca with a welcoming evening party at La Terrazza. With the opening venue at the home of Sunseeker Mallorca, it was great to see so many Sunseeker Yachts and Sunseeker Owners in Port Adriano becoming friends and getting ready to set sail the next day as a flotilla to Ibiza.

Heading off early morning;  We had a successful 3 hour cruise to the famous island where we arrived in the stunning bay of Cala Bonita around midday. Greeted by tenders from Motonáutica, who offer a tender and charter service in Ibiza, with Sunseeker and Cala Bonita staff on board, everyone was anchored safely for the day ahead of water-sport fun! Guests were given the opportunity to ride Venom Design Jet Skis, Lampuga Jet Boards and SeaBobs. Some guests also ventured to shore to sunbathe and enjoy cocktails on the rustic beach of Cala Bonita. Later that evening guests let their inner inner hippie reign free with an Ibiza Bohemian night for dinner, complete with live band and fire dancers.

Sunseekers on route to Ibiza

After a night on anchor, carefully watched by our Sunseeker Team, the Sunseeker Cruise headed round the past the north of the island to arrive on the west of the island in the stunning bay of Cala Tarida.

Once anchored, Sunseekers were amazed by a fly-board performance, including personal delivery of champagne and strawberries by fly-board too. They were then serenaded by private saxophone performances on each boat while sipping their champagne in the sun.

Fly-board performances wowed the guests during the third day of the cruise

After a day relaxing, guests then headed back on shore for the final night party! With an amazing DJ vocalist, accompanied by saxophone and night time fly board performance complete with LED lights and fireworks, surrounded by Sunseekers – the night sure went off with a bang!

The following morning, most guests headed with the Sunseeker team for a relaxing cruise and day spent at the idyllic Formentera. After  a day of diving into crystal clear turquoise waters and  basking in the sun, it was time to cruise back home to Mallorca.

Even at night time, the Sunseekers were the stars of the sea

The Sunseeker team would like to thank all those who attended, especially our partners: MTU, Simrad, Leica, Blue Marine Foundation, Lampuga, FrinsaPeters and May, Paradigm, Castell Miquel, Chase Distillery, SeaBob and Venom Design Jet Skis.

The lead boat, Predator 82 ‘SEA HORSE OF LONDON’ in the stunning waters of Formentera

We are already looking forward to next year!

For any more information please contact us on the below details:

Sunseeker Mallorca |Port Adriano, Local 2, El Toro s/n, 07180, Calvia, Mallorca, Spain |+34 971 234 513 | [email protected] |

Sunseeker Mallorca | Puerto Portals, Local 55, 07181, Mallorca, Spain |+34 971 676 395| [email protected] |

Sunseeker Mallorca | Sa Fonteta 10, Local 8, 07660 Cala D´or | +34 971 538 783 [email protected] |

Sunseeker Ibiza | Marina Botafoch, Local 310, 07800 Ibiza, Spain |+34 971 191 622 | |

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