Excursion that starts and ends at the RCNGC Base Port, making a stopover at the RCNGC Base Port.
finish the navigation of the first day in the Port of Mogán (or another nearby port),
depending on marina availability).
During the first day, we sailed along the coast of the eastern face, south and southwest
of the island, admiring the variety of landscapes that characterize it: mountains, hills and plains,
beaches of black sand and golden sand, passing through places of scientific interest, - such as Roque
of Gando - protected landscapes, such as the Agüimes mountains, rugged ravines, and a
the western face of the island, large cliffs and cliffs, with a view of the sea.
natural caves sculpted by the action of the sea, already on the coast of Mogán, in whose port
We will dock to rest and enjoy a pleasant evening in the idyllic Port of Mogán,
with dinner at one of the marina restaurants.
The next day, we climbed along the western face of the island, discovering small
coves, steep cliffs and vertical walls that impress the senses, achieving the
coast of Agaete with its ravines and natural swimming pools, sailing along the north coast of Agaete.
Island, that shows us multiple places, natural swimming pools and marine towns, corners with
as much charm as the previous ones. We finish the crossing leaving behind the beach of Las Palmas.
Quarries, that of El Confital and La Isleta, -peninsula to the northwest of Gran Canaria together with the rest of
the island through the Isthmus of Guanarteme, and reaching the RCNGC base port.
Includes: Meals of crossing, (based on sandwiches and pulguitas varied, cold appetizers and
drinks: soft drinks, beer and/or bottle of champagne, wine or vermouth), dinner, stay at the
sailboat and breakfast in Puerto de Mogán.
In addition, captain, sailor/translator guide, safety equipment, insurance, final cleaning.
Possibility of snorkeling with anchorage.
*Extra (for all trips and excursions):
-Photographer who will accompany during the excursion or crossing, elaborating a beautiful
reporting and delivering an album (physical or pendriver)