Jeanneau Leader 805

  • The Jeanneau Leader 805 is versatile motorboat with a perfect layout for water sports, sunbathing, or just relaxing. It has a nice table that converts to a sunbathing area. You can overnight in it, and it is very practical and safe: a perfect boat for rental.

    Technical specifications

    Model: Jeanneau Leader 805
    Type:
    Length: 7.49
    Beam: 2.95
    Draft: 0.7
    Displacement: 2355
    Motorboats: Volvo Penta
    Horse Power: 325
    Day by day capacity: 7

Destinations where you can hire a Jeanneau Leader 805

  • Yacht charter in Altea
  • <p>Visit Spain on a <strong>boat charter in Altea</strong> which is the perfect option for spending time on the beautiful Costa Blanca, in the sunny region of Alicante. The region extends from the coasts of the Mediterranean to the mountains in the north, which reach 800m in height. The privileged location between the mountains and the Mediterranean makes for excellent views wherever you go. In addition to the region’s breathtaking landscape, the town is also very picturesque, with its quaint narrow streets and its typical whitewashed houses. </p> <p>You could even visit the island of Mallorca or visit nearby cities such as Barcelona, Calpe, Jávea, Benidorm, Dénia or Torrevieja on the Costa Blanca when you charter one of our boats or yachts. Whether you choose to rent a yacht bareboat or skippered, you can choose where to sail and moor, you can decide to go diving and examine the marine life or visit certain marinas in your boat, the opportunities are endless. Why not visit the Balearic Islands and their marinas which will show you a slightly different aspect of Spain. </p> <h2>Ports</h2> <p>The main marina is located at the base of the town, and sheltered from prevailing winds and waves, with some fantastic facilities which will provide you with everything you need on your yacht charter in Altea. For yachters wanting to make the most of their boat hire, don’t miss out on visiting the town’s historic core, which is a true jewel of the Spanish Mediterranean. </p> <p>There are two marinas which offer a variety of services for yachters, including electricity, water, internet and cranes, so you’ll want for nothing on your holiday. The marinas give you perfect places to stop and relax if you want a break from your new marine life aboard your motor yacht. </p> <h2>Sailing routes</h2> <p>Explore the Costa Blanca and Alicante’s coast on your holiday in the Mediterranean. Some destinations you can travel to on your holiday include Calpe and Benidorm or even perhaps Barcelona, popular first-class tourist destinations for enjoying the sun and sandy beaches and fantastic local nightlife. You can also moor your boat in the marinas in Jávea or Dénia, where you can set sail to the Balearic Islands and Barcelona. However, if you prefer the privacy of a more secluded location, you can also moor your yacht in one of the coast’s many private bays and coves. The views and calmness of anchoring your boat in a cove make sailing an even more pleasant and non-stressful experience, which is why we highly recommend it. </p> <p>It’s a common pastime for the locals to go out early in the morning and make the most of the morning breeze on a little sailing trip. It’s for this reason that from April to October you can often see many sailboats arriving in the city’s harbour from the Balearic Islands and other destinations on the Levante coast. The pleasant sea temperatures and excellent conditions make the Costa Blanca the perfect destination for those who enjoy water sports such as diving, water skiing and kayaking. There are also many places where you could rent a power boat for the day or afternoon in order to explore more of the marine life and landscape if your crewed or bareboat catamaran or motor yacht is too large to investigate the less accessible areas of Costa Blanca. </p> <p>There are many activities for visitors; street shows, bars, restaurants, and cuisine that are renowned throughout Spain. Its historic core retains the quaint and traditional ambience of a typical coastal town, and has a variety of things to do, at any point during the day. Taking one of our crewed or bareboat catamarans or yachts on holiday on the Costa Blanca gives you the fantastic opportunity to visit local towns like Jávea, Torrevieja and Benidorm or even Mallorca where you can get even more delights whilst on holiday. </p> <h2>Beaches and coves</h2> <p>This coastal Spanish town is also the perfect place for relaxing on your sailing holidays. You can anchor your boat in many spectacular coves along the Altea coast, such as Barreta Cove and Solcida Cove, where you’ll feel as if you’re in paradise. There are also many pretty pebble beaches. </p> <p>One of the advantages of pebble beaches is that they offer impressive views and are not usually filled with the typical holiday crowds, even in the popular month of August. Cap Negret Beach, is also worth visiting, as it large, at 2km long and although it is located a little further from the town, it offers unparalleled views of the sea. </p> <h2>Gastronomy</h2> <p>Altea and the rest of the Levante coast is also well known for its local cuisine, which is mainly composed of vegetables, fresh fish and shellfish and always accompanied with a side dish of sweet soupy rice. Arroz a banda, a typical rice dish with fish and paella are some of the most famous dishes and are prepared with expertise. Also don’t forget to try the typical sea urchin and prawns and the other Mediterranean style dishes. </p> <p>Don’t miss out on the chance to choose your preferred boat and route, speak with your skipper to choose the best one. The east coast of Spain experiences pleasant weather from spring to autumn, with high temperatures and warm breezes, perfect for boat hire. Discover this Mediterranean paradise through a yacht charter in Altea and enjoy the sailing holiday of a lifetime. </p>

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  • Yacht charter in Benalmadena
  • <p><strong>Boats charter in Benalmadena</strong> is the ideal way to experience the true beauty of Spain, the Costa del Sol and the province of Andalucía. Its sunny beaches and gentle ocean breezes, coupled with the rich history of the area, make this resort a very popular sailing tourist destination today. </p> <p>On your boat charter holiday in Benalmádena you’ll have the chance to appreciate the town set in the hills and boasting the authenticity and charm of traditional Spanish towns with quaint, narrow streets and chocolate box houses. </p> <p>Benalmádena is a sunny destination, with long hot and sunny days, throughout most of the year. Average temperatures are about 18ºC, although from March to October they exceed 25ºC and is therefore cooler and more pleasant than central Spain. These unbeatable conditions make the town a first class tourist destination throughout the year and a pleasant place for boat hire in Benalmádena. Why not take one of our skippered catamaran or motor boat charters and explore amazing destinations along the shores of Andalucía such as Puerto Marina, Puerto Banús or the gorgeous Playa Arroyo de la miel. </p> <p>Start your boat rental holiday on your sailboat in Benalmádena’s marina and from here discover all that the coast of Andalucía has to offer, from stunning beaches to lively entertainment. The town is one of Málaga province’s most sought after destinations by both Spanish and foreign tourists. Andalucía really offers some of the best boat rental experiences on the Mediterranean, so take your skippered or bareboat yacht charter in Benalmadena and explore the shoreline! </p> <p>If you charter a boat in Benalmádena, you will notice that the city is split into two zones. In the coastal zone you’ll find most of the town’s hotels, bars and restaurants, and of course Benalmádena marina. This is the most tourist focused area, but despite this there are numerous excellent attractions, such as the many seafood restaurants on the beach promenade where you can try fried, fresh fish, skewered sardines or a typical Mediterranean salad. In the centre of Benalmádena you can visit the little street markets and historic monuments. </p> <h2>Ports</h2> <p>Málaga province has numerous marinas available where you can moor your boat; Málaga city marina and Marbella marina each have space for over 300 pleasure craft, including mega yachts, and have additional services available, such as supermarkets and a launderette. </p> <h2>Sailing routes in Benalmadena</h2> <p>Sailing conditions in Benalmádena are calm, allowing even sailing novices to navigate down the Costa del Sol. You also have the benefit of always having your holiday home with you, and thus being able to unwind, wherever you are. Nearby towns and cities to Benalmádena include Marbella, Torremolinos, Fuengirola, Mijas, Estepona and Málaga. Málaga is home to Playa Arroyo de la miel, a pretty beach, filled with everything you could need such as entertainment and restaurants. </p> <p>These are all great places to visit when you hire a boat in Benalmádena, and just a short distance from Benalmádena by boat. Marbella is extremely well known for its ridiculously fun nightlife, why not visit the Andalucía on a stag weekend or hen party and have the time of your life before you’re married! </p> <p>Cádiz and Portugal, to the west, and Almería, to the east are also popular sailing routes for those who wish to explore and enjoy the Iberian Peninsula. </p> <h2>Historic monuments</h2> <p>The historic Moorish conquests and the previous Christian influence on the region have created a diverse culture, in Benalmádena as well as in surrounding villages. If you’re passionate about history you can see relics of the Arabic era, such as the Torre Quebrada watchtower. This tower, built by the Moors is 7 metres tall and is still mostly intact, despite being over 500 years old. </p> <p>If you want to see some amazing views, take the Arroyo de la Miel cable car to the top of the 771 metre tall Monte Calamorro, where you can see panoramic views over Benalmádena and the Mediterranean Sea. </p> <p>The city is also known for its exciting nightlife, and in recent years has become one of the region’s most popular destinations for going out. </p> <p>With over 1,000 moorings, excellent facilities, and an international atmosphere, it is one of the best marinas in the Mediterranean. Puerto Marina, has been voted the “Best Marina in the World” on numerous occasions and will provide you with all you need during your yacht charter in Benalmádena. The marina is full of life both day and night, with a great variety of attractions. It has many different bars and restaurants, modern shopping centres, as well as a diving school. It is also well known for its Sea Life centre, which houses over 2000 marine species, many originating from South America, including dolphins, sea lions and penguins. Another fantastic marina you should visit for some delicious food and drink is Puerto Banús, located south west along the coast from Benalmádena. </p> <p>So rent one of our yacht charters and gain access to great beaches, major tourist attractions, a wonderful climate, and a well-equipped marina which explain why a yacht charter in Benalmádena is rapidly becoming one of Spain’s premier yacht charter holiday destinations. Why not explore and visit the nearby towns and islands of Marbella, Torremolinos, Fuengirola, Mijas, Estepona and Málaga? Choose to charter a yacht in Benalmádena and enjoy the beauty of southern Spain and the Costa del Sol! </p>

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  • Yacht charter in Málaga
  • <p><strong>Boats rental in Málaga</strong> is a great opportunity to enjoy a fantastic holiday. If you choose to go on one of our boat charters in Málaga, part of the province Andalusia, you will visit the Costa del Sol which is renowned for its gorgeous beaches. The pleasant climate is perfect for enjoying a boat or yacht rental holiday in Málaga: breezes from the Mediterranean Sea keep summer temperatures lower and more comfortable than in other inland parts of Andalusia, while the mountains in Málaga form a barrier which protects the area from the colder weather during winter.</p> <p>You could use your boat rental in order to visit neighbouring towns on one of your boat trips, such as Marbella, Nerja, Fuengirola, Torremolinas, Sotogrande and Estepona. Taking a catamaran to Marbella and mooring in its marina is a brilliant idea for one of our skippered charters as you could use our yacht hire as a party boat. A catamaran in Marbella would be ideal for both stag parties and also hen parties. During your time on one of aBoatTime’s skippered charters, you could visit the luxurious Puerto Banús. Puerto Banús is a beautiful marina for the rich and famous, where Rolls Royces are a common sight, but the area is beautiful and the port offers some of the best bars and restaurants on the Costa del Sol. </p> <p>The calm waters of the Mediterranean Sea provide safe anchorages, so during your boat rental in Málaga you can dive headfirst into the exciting life on land without worrying about your boat rental. Due to its spectacular landscapes and charming little villages, yacht hire in Málaga is the perfect choice for an unforgettable sailing experience along the famous Costa del Sol. The stunning, sandy beaches and calm seas make Málaga one of the most popular and visited regions in the Mediterranean area for boat charters. </p> <h2>What to see in Málaga</h2> <p>Boat rental in Málaga allows you to enjoy plenty of cultural events and festivals hosted in the city and other towns nearby, throughout the year. Some of the most famous festivals you can witness when you are sailing include the religious processions at Easter, which have been declared a celebration of International Tourist Interest; May Crosses; the Night of San Juan, and the Málaga Festival of Spanish Cinema. </p> <h2>Beaches and coves</h2> <p>Costa del Sol is more than 160 km long which you can sail along during your boat rental in Málaga. Málaga has 14 coastal towns that you can visit whilst on one of your boat trips where it is possible to go to some of the most hidden enclaves. Here you can find some areas that are only accessible if you rent a boat and sail along the coast. These areas have been shielded from most tourists are have a sense of untouched beauty about them. Both the Eastern and the Western areas of the province have such spectacular shores that they have made Costa del Sol a popular destination all over the world. </p> <h3>El Pino Cove</h3> <p>In this small cove intimacy is guaranteed, since its access by land is very steep and slippery and tricky to get to on foot. Boat hire in Málaga allows you to visit these more secluded areas where you can find small paradises formed by rolled, rocky edges and dark sand because you have complete control of you charter on your holiday. </p> <h3>De la Mora Cove</h3> <p>The legend says that there is a ghost of a Moroccan woman of noble birth that is still searching for her Christian husband during the sunsets, hopefully you don’t meet her! You will be able to find this mystical cove on the coast of Benalmádena where there aren’t many other tourists either. </p> <h3>Ancha</h3> <p>It has more than 2 km of beach where you walk if you get tired of being on the sea. In addition, it is very peaceful and has all the necessary services (showers, changing rooms and bars) for the comfort of its visitors. </p> <h3>Calahonda</h3> <p>It is quite peaceful throughout the entire summer and its waters are crystal clear. On top of that, it is quit shallow and therefore ideal for children to play in. </p> <h2>Gastronomy</h2> <p>Málaga is not just sun and beach however, it is also a huge opportunity to lose yourself in a multitude of Mediterranean flavours. If you rent a boat in Málaga you will find a ridiculous array of gastronomic wonders. Fried anchovies and mullets or baked crayfish are just a few examples of what awaits your taste buds. </p> <p>Whether you want to relax on the wonderful shores or to explore the rich culture of the region and visit nearby towns and ports like Formentera, Benalmádena, Sotogrande, Marbella, Nerja, Estepona or Fuengirola. So if you charter a boat in Málaga, we guarantee that you will enjoy the sailing holiday of a lifetime. </p>

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Why choose aBoatTime?

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.
Organise your trip at your own pace, to suit you and your family and friends.
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