CRUISE: Sunseeker Mallorca ventured to the idyllic island of Menorca on the 2017 Sunseeker Mallorca Owners’ Cruise

This year the annual Sunseeker Mallorca cruise headed from the stunning island of Mallorca to the unspoiled beautiful island of Menorca. With 15 Sunseekers and almost 100 guests the cruise was an epic adventure from one island to the other.

The Sunseeker Mallorca Cruise 2017

The 19th July kicked off the Sunseeker Mallorca Cruise with celebratory canapés and drinks reception at the Sunseeker Mallorca office in Port Adriano. The guests were entertained by  DJ Toni Rios on the saxophone while they enjoyed delicious traditional Spanish canapés and drinks supplied by one of Sunseeker Mallorca neighbouring restaurants Vino Del Mar. The night was a hit with guests and a great way to set the moral for the cruise ahead!

The Sunseeker San Remo just outside of Mallorca

Thursday began with an early start to set of from Mallorca to cruise to the first point of call – the beautiful bay of Cala Algaiarens, Menorca!

After arriving at the bay, guests enjoyed picnics supplied by Salgar Catering Menorca on board their boats delivered to them by tender service for lunch. While all of the Sunseekers were anchored up, the bay was a buzzing hub filled with water toys. At leisure guests were able to play with their own toys which included jet skis, tenders and even an inflatable Unicorn, as well using the very popular Seabobs supplied by Seabob especially for the Sunseeker Mallorca cruise.

Everyone had so much fun on the Seabobs – here clients circle the Sunseeker 86 Yacht with the speedy toys

The cruise then continued to the picturesque port of Cuitadella for dinner. All of the Sunseekers convoyed in to the port where onlookers were amazed by their beauty and also by the amount of Sunseekers there were. After mooring up along side each other, guests then headed to S’amarador for dinner. S’amarador specialises in fish and shellfish dishes, all of their lobster and majority of the fish served there were fished in Menorca using traditional fishing techniques giving guests a real authentic dinner.

The beautiful port of Ciutadella

All Sunseekers then headed off together from Cuitadella to Cala Binisafua creating the most stunning fleet heading across the sea. Andrew Thomas, Sales Manager for Sunseeker Mallorca commented, ‘It is truly the most amazing feeling to be part of the Sunseeker family, especially when they all come together for events like this. It really does show why people fall in love with boating and Sunseeker’

The Sunseeker fleet!

After arriving in Cala Binisafua, Sunseekers then anchored up and were tendered to shore for lunch at the beautiful sea front restaurant Club Nautico Binisafua. The quaint blue restaurant severed a delectable lunch to satisfy clients before they went back to their boats for the next activity!

Guests were then able to have an afternoon of playing with new and exciting water toys supplied by H20 Leisure Group LTD. Guests were able to try out a range of toys including Jet Surfs, Jobe inflatables, Jet Skis and Power jets. Everyone had a spectacular afternoon indulging in experiencing new water toys.

Guests enjoying the toys in front of a Sunseeker 68 Predator and a Sunseeker 73 Manhattan

When the fun-filled afternoon came to an end, all Sunseekers headed to the main city of Menorca, the Port of Mahon. Here the Sunseeker Mallorca cruise filled a floating pontoon in the middle of the port adding an extra touch of glam to the bay. Once moored the Sunseeker Mallorca cruise was then ready to party!

The closing party took place at the magnificent “La Mola Fortaleza”. The night started with a tour around the spectacular grounds of the fort, which amazed guests every step of the way. All of the guests were then lead up to the terrace of the fort which over looked the gorgeous bay for sundowers. Furthermore guests were then out-standed by a traditional Menorquin Horse Show, which they watched from the terrace over in to the grounds of the fort.

The stunning view across Mahon from the fort

Dinner then took place within the tunnels of fort, creating a really unique experience. Guests were treated to a delicious show cooking BBQ and Paella catered for by Salgar Catering Menorca followed by giant profiteroles and other tempting desserts. The evening then continued on into the night with the very talented DJ and live performer Alan Alvarez setting the vibes for everyone to be dancing the night away.

After a night full of partying, all of the Sunseekers met for a final goodbye in the morning before everyone setting off on their own pathways.

The Sunseeker Predator 68 MKII cutting through waves

Thank you to all of the partners involved within the event, it would not have been the same without your help, also thank you to Katagi Blau Restaurant and Castell Miguel for their wine supply. Also a very special thank you to Axopar, who partnered with us throughout the whole cruise as our tender service.

Sunseeker Mallorca would also like to say a massive thank you everyone who attended the cruise and made it so unforgettable! It was the most amazing event filled with laughter and enchantment.

For more information on the event or Sunseeker Mallorca please do not hesitate to contact us on the below details:

Sunseeker Mallorca | Port Adriano | Local 2 | El Toro s/n | Calvia 07180 | Mallorca | Spain | +34 971 234 513 | www.sunseeker-mallorca.es | info@sunseeker-mallorca.es

Sunseeker Mallorca | Local 55 | Puerto Portals | Mallorca | 07181 | Portals Nous | Spain | +34 971 676 395 | www.sunseeker-mallorca.es | info@sunseeker-mallorca.es

Sunseeker Mallorca | Sa Fonteta 10 | Local 8 | 07660 | Cala D´or |+34 971 538 783 | www.sunseeker-mallorca.es | info@sunseeker-mallorca.es

 

 

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