Winter calm has come in the Mediterranean. Yachts are in ports or docks, but, according to the laws of nature, what departs from one place, arrive in another. Summer has moved to another hemisphere. Major yachting events also have moved to the other side of the world. Southeast Asia, Australia, the Caribbean are the main areas of yachting activity in winter. If you want to enjoy warm breezes, golden tan, and beautiful yachts, this is the place for you.
At the end of December, there are several interesting events that may interest yachts and sea lovers.
One is the Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race, which will take place from December 26, 2021, to January 2, 2022. An ideal chance to get extraordinary emotions, witness a grand race and celebrate the new year on a new continent. No regular annual yachting event in the world attracts such huge media coverage as does the start on Sydney Harbour.
SAINT BARTH, CARRIBEAN
Another interesting event is St Barth’s New Year’s Eve Regatta & CelebrationsA small island near Anguilla invites you to take part in the pre-New Year regatta and then celebrate the New Year in one of the restaurants that organise the celebration.
PALMA DE MALLORCA
Meanwhile, the Balearic Islands are preparing to celebrate the New Year as well. A holiday that gives mood and good luck for the whole next year. And if Christmas is traditionally celebrated in a family setting, the New Year with friends in a place where you can have fun and get maximum pleasure. Have you already chosen how and where you will celebrate New Year eve? We will be happy to offer you several alternatives. For example, at here you can find various luxury offers.
Another alternative is the Son Amar gala dinner show. Great show with the best artists and singers + delicious menu + beautiful place with history. You can find out the options and prices here
But wherever you are in the New Year, do not forget to eat 12 grapes under the chimes. In Spain, it is believed that New Year’s grapes bring good luck and drive away evil spirits.
Please remember that the Balearic Islands actually have restaurant restrictions. If you select a place to celebrate that is licensed with 50 guest seats inside, you will need a vaccination certificate, a certificate of post-illness antibodies, or a fresh PCR or antigen test.
We wish you great winter holidays!