Bonnie Lass Charters are based in Port de Sóller where the mountains meet the sea at the heart of the stunning UNESCO Sierra Tramuntana Mountain range.
The northwest Tramuntana coastline of Mallorca offers the most wonderful possibilities for sailing, swimming and snorkelling in aquamarine waters, paddle boarding, exploring caves and beautiful deserted bays. Our crew can show you the secrets this wonderful island has to hold.
Full Day Charters
7-hour Excursion - Private and Shared Tours
Our 7-hour excursion is the perfect way to immerse yourself in this beautiful landscape. We offer shared or private excursions, with a stop for lunch at one of the iconic coastal restaurants or a hamper or BBQ aboard. Perfect for family days out on the water.
Join us aboard one of our stunning boats to experience the sun setting over the Mediterranean Sea. Our 2-hour trip allows time for swimming and paddle boarding, or just simply relax and soak up the ambience with a crisp glass of wine in your hand. “Like a fingerprint, every sunset is unique”!
This iconic peninsula is only accessible by boat or a long hike! The southern route to Sa Foradada includes swimming into the hidden blue lagoon at Es Guiy and the pretty bay of Cala Deia. The rustic restaurant here, perched up on the rocks is famous for its delicious paella cooked over an open fire!
Sa Costera is a true hidden treasure. Only accessible by boat, this stunning bay offers crystal clear water for snorkelling. Ashore are the fascinating ruins of a Victorian hydroelectric plant and just a skip and a hop up the coast you will find Cala Tuent where you can enjoy a well-deserved lunch stop at the fabulous (Es Vergeret restaurant).
SES CAMBRES ANOTHER WORLD!
Ses Cambres is just a 15-minute boat ride from Port de Soller but feels like another world! Explore the awesome honeycomb cave by paddleboard - or your captain will happily take you by dinghy! Mallorca offers a fascinating network of cave systems and this one, once home to the now endangered Mediterranean Monk seals, is truly worth a look!