Beneteau Flyer 7.7 Spacedeck

  • The Beneteau Flyer 7.7 Spacedeck is very distinguishable due to the exceptional and pragmatic design and layout of the motorboat. This model was designed to carry up to 10 passengers for a day trip out on the open seas. The Flyer 7.7 gives you a unique driving perspective whilst also being very safe and stable during navigation. This boat is characterized by its dynamism and agility with its "Air Step" hull which was produced using the latest technology.

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    Model: Beneteau Flyer 7.7 Spacedeck
    Type:
    Length: 7.64
    Beam: 2.66
    Draft: 0.35
    Displacement: 2100
    Motorboats: SUZUKI / 2x150 TGX-ZGX
    Horse Power: 300
    Day by day capacity: 10

Destinations where you can hire a Beneteau Flyer 7.7 Spacedeck

  • Yacht charter in Tarragona
  • <p>Is there anything better to do than <strong>yacht charter in Tarragona</strong>, going on holiday and visiting the famous Costa Daurada? Explore this famous region while navigating through calm and translucent sea, enjoying the mild climate and letting yourself be seduced by the rich Catalan culture and the warmth of the people. </p> <p>Just a few cities maintain an inheritance comparable to that of Tarragona. Besides her myriad of Roman ruins, which were declared a World Heritage by the UNESCO, Tarragona also behests a historical legacy from the Middle Ages, as well as fantastic architecture with designs that are native to the Tarragona region from the modernism of the early 20th century.</p> <p>However, it would be unfair to reduce Tarragona just to her historic inheritance. Her varied gastronomy, the popular festivities and the fascinating villages– which you could get to know by renting a boat – complete the region. The city lies in the north east of Spain and is highly recommended for vacations with the family. </p> <p>Set sail in this Catalan province of Spain in 2016 and rent a boat in Tarragona and experience a wonderful time on your very own yacht charter sailing vacation in Spain. Make the most of your yacht or boat rental and go sailing around the Costa of Spain, spend your days sailing to bays or a new port every day, you can even go fishing if you so wish. Make sure you sail around the local area of Catalonia and its coast so you go sailing to wonderful destinations such as Bonmont, Ebre, Barcelona, Ebro, Cambrils, Ametlla, Calafell, Torredembarra and many more sailing locations in Catalonia and also Spain. So rent a yacht with aBoatTime for an amazing time sailing on a yacht charter – don’t miss out! </p> <h2>What to do in Tarragona</h2> <p>There are many attractions awaiting the visitors in the beautiful city of Tarragona. Yet, if we had to choose just one, it would have to be without a doubt the Roman ruins.</p> <p>Even though the tourist agencies already have marked the “indispensable” ruins with an “X”, it is almost impossible to not see any Roman history, since you can run into evidence at every corner, whether it be a column, an arch or some statue from the 2nd century. Most of the architectural ruins are from this period when Tarragona was flourishing at its highest point. </p> <p>Guided by your own curiosity, you will find yourselves at the most impressive Roman remains, the amphitheater that hugs the edge of Tarragona. Constructed at the end of the 2nd century and with a capacity for 14,000 spectators, all kinds of events took place, from gladiator fights to persecutions of Christians.</p> <p>Going up from here to the upper part of the city, you will find the Roman Circus, which is considered as one of the best preserved archaeological sites in the West. You can examine the Praetorium which is connected by underground passageways to the provincial forum. You can also tour the Theatre and the great walls, which one-third (1,100 meters) still remains to this day, and finally to other remaining sites, which date from the Middle Ages.</p> <p>The routes are appropriate for everybody and each one is worth going on. You should also go down to the old part of the city, where there are many sites of Middle Age history – with obligatory stops in the gothic cathedral Santa María and in the Carrer dels Çavallers – until we reach the crowded Plaça de la Font, where you can find the town hall and where the most popular festivals of the city take place.</p> <p>Another possible route is passing through the Rambla Nova, created in 1854, where the most important buildings of the modern day city are located. This long avenue ends at the Balcony of the Mediterranean, from here you can see the best views of the sea and of El Miracle.</p> <p>Finally, you must not miss the chance to walk around El Serallo, the fishing district of the city. Apart from serving the best seafood in the city, you can also find one of the most important harbours of the Mediterranean in this district. You should not worry about anything when you are about to rent a boat in Tarragona as you can get everything you need in the city.</p> <p>Nevertheless, like we already have said, the capital of the Costa Daurada has a lot more to offer. Do you like parties? 12 kilometers west of the city is Salou which has some of the best nightlife and atmosphere throughout Catalonia. If you want your children to have even more fun on this break, you can take them to the amusement park of Port Aventura, it is the most popular amusement park in Spain. Do you want to fall in love with the region? Rent a boat in Club Nàutic in the delightful region of Cambrils. With all kinds of services, easy access and a capacity to moor 426 ships, from 8 to 25 metres long, there are numerous options to rent. ABoatTime’s vessels can be found here and one could visit the surrounding coastal villages – Calafell, Torredembarra or Altafulla, and witness their unique beauty. </p> <h2>The Coastline</h2> <p>The beaches of the Costa Daurada are characterized by their fine, golden sand which is where the name comes from. Their calm and crystal clear waters allow you to walk, relax and swim without any risk of dangerous waves. The administration worked for years on the care and the preservation of the landscape, an effort, which can be annually recognized by the high number of Blue Flags which flaunt this region.</p> <h3>Roca Plana</h3> <p>This is one of the most beautiful and more reclusive beaches in Tarragona. Access by car is forbidden, which allows the beach to have a pure and wild appearance which is still preserved today. </p> <h3>Santes Creus</h3> <p>Located in L’Ametlla, this beach is in pristine condition and is near the Torrent del Pi with very little urbanization. Already a unique experience, Santes Creus beach also gives you the chance to swim with red tuna. </p> <h3>Gastronomy</h3> <p>Just like the rest of Spain, the gastronomy is a key component of the Tarragona’s culture. The famous diet of the region mainly contains seafood, especially prawns from San Carlos de la Rápita, crustaceans from Cambrils and eels from the Ebro Delta.</p> <p>There is a significant variety of typical dishes in Tarragona, pataco (a stew of snails, potatoes, tuna, almonds, garlic and parsley), cod croquetas and black rice with squid are just a few that stand out. These and other dishes are combined in thousands of different ways with tasty vegetables from local farms in the province.</p> <p>Also, the wine lovers are lucky, because there are many vineyards located inland. There you can find five of the most recommendable names: Tarragona, Conca de Barberá, Penedés, Priorato and Terra Alta.</p> <p>Set sail in Tarragona in this beautiful port town in Spain on board one of aBoatTime’s luxury yachts or perhaps even a catamaran with or without a skipper on a bareboat or crewed boat. Enjoy a sailing vacation in Tarragona on a yacht charter in the Mediterranean and end 2016 on a high by touring the Spanish coastline by sailing to great places such as Menorca, Formentera, Ibiza, Mallorca, the Balearic Islands, Barcelona and many more places on the Costa Brava. Find yourself a new port or beach every day and fall in love with Tarragona, don’t miss out on the holiday of a lifetime!</p>

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  • Yacht charter in Menorca
  • <p>Known by the locals as “the white and blue island”, Menorca enjoys around 300 days of sun a year. A bareboat or crewed <strong>yacht charter in Menorca</strong> is arguably the perfect place for sailing holidays. The origin of the name, comes from Minorica which means the smaller island of Majorca. The weather conditions of Menorca are ideal for yacht charter throughout the year. Its average temperature of 19ºC means that the temperature is warm even in the winter. If you’d like to you could even visit nearby islands like Ibiza, Formentera and Majorca and the other Balearics and traditional port towns and cities like Mahon or Ciutadella on one of our yachts or maybe a catamaran. This all adds together with the Mediterranean to create an amazing sailing holiday where you can enjoy sailing your own boat or yacht and fall in love with the surrounding islands and beaches. </p> <p>Why not rent one of the Jeanneau yachts either skippered, crewed or bareboat for example for your yacht charter sailing holiday in Menorca whilst visiting some fantastic destinations like; Mahon (Mahón), Formentera, Majorca, Ibiza and the other smaller Balearic Islands for any length of time that you wish! Sail around this idyllic area of the Mediterranean as you visit any port you want or any of the islands or beaches that you wish to relax on during your time on a chartered yacht in Menoca! </p> <h2>Ports</h2> <p>There are many ports in Menorca to moor your yacht, boat or catamaran in during your sailing holiday. Some of our favourite marinas that you could visit on our yachts are: </p> <ul> <li> Marina Menorca: </li> <p>Located in Mahón, this port has 550 moorings for boats with lengths between 5 and 25 meters. It also has a variety of services to meet the needs of all its customers during your stay on your yacht and whilst you take a break from sailing around the Balearic Islands. </p> <Li> Club Náutico de Ciutadella: </li> <p>This port has 60 berths for boats with a maximum length of 18 meters and a draft of 2 to 6.5 meters. </p> <Li> Darsena Deportiva Cala'n Bosch: </li> <p> This marina has a total of 274 berths and the capacity to accommodate ships with a maximum length of 14 meters. </p> <Li> Port Mahón - Ribera del puerto: </li> <p> This port, located in Mahón, has a total of 240 berths for boats up to 18 meters in length, as well as various services for customers . </p> <Li> Club Maritime Mahón: </li> <p> This club has been built to house 150 boats at the same time with a maximum length of 40 meters and draft of 1-13 m. </p> </ul> <h2>What to do in Menorca</h2> <p>The island was rewarded as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1993 thanks to its biosphere and the conservation of its historical heritage. The nature on this island is unique, protecting both plants and animals from extinction. Its Mediterranean style forests, its rocky cliffs and turquoise sea are just some of the idyllic areas this Spanish island has to offer. If you want to get to know the whole island then it is easy as it is split into different sections: from the capital, Mahón, to the old capital. If you decide to visit Menorca with a yacht charter, you will be able to enjoy a huge amount of cultural activities, lots of fun and paradisiac beaches. </p> <p>With a crewed or bareboat yacht charter in Menorca, you will be able to enter into the little bays and coves to swim and go diving, enjoy Mediterranean cuisine with rich food and drink on board your boat or in one of the numerous bars the island offers you on the water’s edge. Can you imagine a better, more deserving way to spend your holidays? </p> <p>A yacht charter holiday in Menorca is the stuff of dreams. On the island there is an abundance of orchids and wildflowers, offering their most impressive show during the spring. For the most of the summer many festivals and parties are celebrated in the small towns in which you will find a mix of local traditions from the 14th century with concerts and theatrical performances of the highest quality, putting on something for everyone’s different tastes.</p> <h2>What to see in Menorca</h2> <p>The island offers a complete cultural experience, from “el Santuario de la Virgen del Monte Toro” to the “Basilica de Santa Maria de Ciutadella” and finally the archeological sites of prehistoric towns in Trepuco and Talati. Additionally, you can’t miss out on the pyramid at Punta Nati or the windmills such as the one at Dalt de Sant Lluis. If you like handmade things and markets, then Menorca is your ideal destination. The old town offers many stalls and artisan shops where you can buy beautiful souvenirs during your yacht charter in Menorca. </p> <h2>Beaches and Coves</h2> <ul><li>Cala Macarella</li><p>This cove (Cala means cove), along with Turqueta, is one of the most well known in Menorca. It has marvellous views, calm blue waters thanks to the tall cliffs that surround them, covered in leafy pines. All in all, this special and natural environment is best explored from the water, however, there is a somewhat untrodden path for getting there by land. </p> <li>Cala Turqueta</li><p> This cove is very close to Macarella and is very similar to Cala Macarella. Turqueta is a postcard destination you should not leave off your list. Ideally you should visit both, which is easily done if you charter a yacht in Menorca. </p> <li>Cala Galdana</li> <p>This cove is found to the south of Menorca. It also has a family friendly atmosphere and has a crystal clear piece of ocean, perfect for swimming in. It has white sand and an abundance of vegetation. In this cove you will be able to practice a number of water sports, such as kayaking or riding pedalos and if you decide to spend a little time on the beach, you can also have a go at paragliding. </p> <li>Cala Mitjana</li><p> Close to Galdana, you will find this cove to be untouched and typically Menorcan. From your boat you will be able to enjoy beautiful views surrounded by vegetation. However, if what you search is a more exclusive space then this beach is the place for you as it is one of Menorca’s best beaches with much less people and much calmer sea.</p> <li>Cala Pregonda</li><p> This cove is very different from the rest due to its red colour and a surrounding that makes the people on it feel as though they are on the surface of Mars. The contrast is accompanied by extremely calm waters and this cove is best accessed by boat as it is a long distance from anywhere by foot.</p></ul> <h2>Natural Parks </h2> <Ul> <li> Cabrera Archipelago: </li> <p> Located south of Menorca, this park has both land and marine zones. It was declared a national park in 1991, and is known for its marina. </p> <Li> Cabrera Archipelago: </li> <p> Declared a park in 1988, it has a great international importance for its wetlands, home to several animal and plant species. </p> <Li> Mondragó: </li> <p> It was declared a park in 1992. This area is noted for its scenery, and is a unique park after centuries of farming and ranching and covers 766 hectares. </p> <Li> s'Albufera des Grau: </li> <p> Located near Mahón, is the most important park in Menorca. This place has a variety of landscapes, each with a different degree of human intervention, such as wetlands, agricultural land, forests, and characteristic coasts. </p> <Li>Sa Dragonera: </li> <p> Formed by Pantaleu and Mitjana islets and the island of Sa Dragonera, this natural park has 274 hectares of stunning land, characterized by its spectacular number of species on both land and in the sea. </p></ul> <h2>Gastronomy</h2> <p>Menorca’s gastronomy was born from the contributions of the different civilizations that throughout the centuries have lived on the island. Making this cuisine full of surprises and contrasts, mirroring Menorca’s landscape. Menorca contributed to the world culinary establishment with mayonnaise, and in turn has known to adapt elements of other cuisines into its own. The medieval gastronomies, both Islamic and Catalan as well as the French, are the ones that left the biggest legacy to the recipes that have made Menorca famous. </p> <p>A bareboat or skippered yacht charter in Menorca will submerge you in the great splendour of the Mediterranean, offering you a wide variety of isolated beaches, magnificent coastal landscapes, a rich cultural heritage and the chance to visit great places like Majorca, Ibiza and the other Balearic Islands. Don’t miss this opportunity and discover this treasure in the best way. </p>

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Divide the cost of the yacht by the number of passengers, and you'll find in most cases, that it's cheaper than an equivalent week long stay in a hotel.
Drop anchor in a quiet cove, and enjoy wonderful evenings and the tranquility of the cove, allowing you to avoid the typical holiday crowds.
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