Last year in June, on a beautiful summer day, we invited some of our friends to have a trip to Formentera with us. The invitation was quite unspectacular, because we just called them to say, please be at the Marina Santa Eulalia tomorrow morning at 11am and bring your swimwear. Pretty interesting that no one have asked anymore explanation and they trusted us. The next day all of them turn up on time at the meeting point (Cafe Sidney Sta. Eulalia – great breakfast btw.).
After a quick chat we all went to the mooring of the boat. A beautiful Sunseeker Apache in perfect condition was waiting for us. Everyone was absolutely impressed about what was going on, because some of our friend hardly never have been on a beautiful boat or on any boat what so ever.
Then we started our day trip to Formetera. In approx. 45 minutes we reached our first place to anchor: the bay next to „Es Palmador“. Crystal clear blue waters and a white sandy beaches, only 50meters away from where we were. Yes and we did it we all jumped happily into the fresh, turquoise water. What an experience! Some of us swam over to the beach, which definitely is a must. These beaches are unique in Europe. If you imagine, you are just about 2,5 hours away from London city!
Back on the yacht, the amazingly friendly skipper opened our bottle of champagne which we drunk accompanied by the perfect soundtrack of Daft Punk.
This day on a boat was such an unforgettable experience for all of us, together with your best friends at the most beautiful spot in Euros, having fun on a adorable yacht with good music.. hey, what else you need?
We’ve enjoyed the entire day on different bays at the island of Formetera, had lunch at “El Tiburon“ and we were laughing so much. We will never forget this day. Thanks to the team of Inyachts Ibiza, Alma and Mia for the amazing organisation of this trip. We felt that we were not just a number – we were treated like friends. Thank you for that.
Thanks for the amazing pictures to Dino from Studio Mr. Smith, Ibiza
1963 Jack Newington acquires a cluster of disused gravel pits by the River Nene, transforming them into Oundle Marina. 1967 Launch of the first Fairline, a 19’ river cruiser.