Dígame - The Mallorca Guide

Saturday 21 May 2011
Tailored Sailing Options

Sailing the stunning hidden coves and bays of the Balearics is now simpler than ever. Whether you are a group on a budget that wants to sail to ibiza on a private skippered yacht or an experienced sailor that wants to charter a yacht with the family and sail around Mallorca for a week, you can now get tailored proposals from up to 100 companies to choose from at the press of a button.

The acclaimed 48options.com website has been attracting thousands of customers from all over the world interested in renting yachts, catamarans, motor boats and schooners in the Balearics and beyond. Customers simply state what they are looking for on 48options.com and at the press of a button, send their request directly to a huge selection of yacht charter companies based in the Balearic islands that must reply with a tailored response within 48 hours.

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As a result of the site’s success, the service is already hugely popular and established in other destinations such as Greece and the Greek Islands, and this summer will see its expansion into the Caribbean and Croatia. 48options covers hundreds of sailing operators from big brand names such as Tui and Royal Yachting to lots of small independents ensuring you always get the very best offers direct.

48options.com is offered free of charge and is ideal for finding any type of boat rental; skippered yachts for first time yacht charterers, bareboat yachts for licensed enthusiasts, big motor sailers for corporate groups and more. The service connects you with companies covering all the islands - Mallorca, Ibiza, Menorca and Formentera and helps you find options for any budget, from fully crewed luxury options with a chef to economy options for a couple or mates.

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Get all the options direct from companies big and small before you decide. For more information on finding the perfect yacht charter.

 

 

 

 

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