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EU Commission new guidelines regarding tourism

EU Commission new guidelines regarding tourism

The Balearic Government has expressed its satisfaction with the decision taken yesterday by the EU Commission to create new guidelines in order to reactivate tourism this summer. The proposal submitted by the Commission is to gradually reopen EU borders in three...

An update on Spanish chartering – Monday, May 11th

An update on Spanish chartering – Monday, May 11th

Today, May 11th, parts of Spain, including the Balearic Islands, have entered Phase 1 of the plan for transition to a new normal (PTNN). The good news is that yachts, including charter vessels, are now allowed to cruise around each separate island in the Balearics, up...

The New Normal!

The New Normal!

The Association of Nautical Clubs of the Balearic Islands have just released the video below, promoting nautical activity in the islands. We think it is wonderful and look forward to welcoming you back to our beautiful islands soon!  ...

See you soon Mallorca!

See you soon Mallorca!

The Consell de Mallorca has released the third video in the campaign "See you Soon Mallorca". #NosVemosProntoMallorca, #BisbaldMallorca, #SeeYouSoonMallorca, #FinsAviatMallorca, #OnSeVoitBientotMajorque. View the video on the links below and we look forward to...

Beginning of Good News for Spanish Yachting Sector

Beginning of Good News for Spanish Yachting Sector

The Spanish Central Government has now issued new legislation relating to the gradual lifting of the general lockdown limitations. Basically, it consists of 4 phases; 0 – 3 and is principally aimed at defining movement of individuals. However, thanks to ANEN (National...

Yacht surveys in Mallorca – update 14 April

We have today been advised that the surveyors we use for the Spanish survey, MCA surveys and Maltese surveys are all back at work today. If you need a survey now to obtain your Spanish charter licence, please contact us and we will arrange it for you with the relevant...

Temporary Import – UPDATE 08.04.20

TEMPORARY IMPORT Further to our update last week regarding yachts under Temporary Import which are close to their 18 month time limit, we can now confirm that we have received written confirmation from Customs issuing an extension period of 10 working days after the...

See you soon Mallorca!

See you soon Mallorca!

A new campaign has been launched by the Council of Mallorca's tourism department, conveying social and positive messages regarding Covid-19. We look forward to welcoming everyone back to our beautiful island soon! Click here to watch the video and keep dreaming!

Dolphins in Palma!

Dolphins in Palma!

A few weeks ago, dolphins returned to the canals of Venice and this morning, a pod of dolphins were spotted in the Bay of Palma. They have also been seen in Port Soller in the north of the island. Have a look at the full report and videos here

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