Sailing in the Canary Islands

What’s the weather like?

It a perfect location for great sailing. In the winter months day time temperatures are in the low 20's, rising to the high 20's in July and August.

With its low humidity, neither to hot or cold as well as the north easterly trade winds we can offer some great atlantic sailing.

Great Sailing Canary Islands

The Canary Islands are not known as the land of eternal spring for nothing!

Great wildlife too!

More than a third of dolphin and whale either live in the Canarian waters, or pass through during the year. Resident are pilot whales, rise dolphins, bottle nose dolphins and sperm whales.

With pilot whales basking off Los Christians, dolphins joining our yachts to play and turtles swimming in El Pris while we anchor for lunch you will definitely see some great sea life during your sailing experience.

dolphins joining a winter sail

Sailing, motor cruising, power boating – the choice is yours

We offer the RYA Competent Crew, Day Skipper, Day Skipper Plus and Coastal Skipper courses on our sailing yachts every week of the year. Coastal Skipper Plus and Yachtmaster Preparation and exams are available every other week; and mile building twice a month so we certainly can fit in with you sailing needs.

Motor boat and powerboat courses are available on demand and are run at least 3 times a month - just email us for more details.

A group of friends enjoying doing a Day Skipper course with Annie

Don't just take our word for it - have a look at this great Yachting Monthly article.
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