Sun, sea and Sportscruisers

Itinerary: Sun, sea and Sportscruisers.

Details: Arrive in Puerto Colón accompanied by your Club Paradiso co-ordinator and be handed the keys to your luxury yacht. Take some time to be shown around the vessel and make yourself at home in this exceptional holiday accommodation. Take in the peaceful, sun-kissed surroundings and hear the gentle clinking of the masts in the dock as you sit back and relax on the sun deck, looking out to sea.

On your first full day, investigate the local area – visit the local beach, ‘La Pinta’ with its glorious white sands, safe bathing and mountain views to die for. Explore the various shopping options that attract hundreds of visitors every year, or try out some water sports such as scuba-diving and surfing.

Later in your stay, let your Club Paradiso co-ordinator arrange for a fully-qualified skipper to take you out on a trip to explore the crystal clear waters that lap Tenerife’s striking coastline. The dramatic cliffs of Los Gigantes and the wonderful sunsets over La Gomera are just a couple of the sights that will enchant you – and you’ll have plenty of opportunity to spot the resident whales and dolphins in their natural habitat. The beauty of having your own private boat means that you get to choose where you go and what you do, all at a pace that suits you.

Take a trip along Tenerife’s rugged coastline to a secluded beach or simply unwind on the lavish deck with a glass of chilled champagne. Or how about a visit to Tenerife’s neighbouring island of La Gomera? Home to lush green forests and a UNESCO biosphere reserve, the island is the ultimate rural retreat.

Summary: Sail off into the sunset with this privileged way of holidaying.

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