STN Yacht Charters
STN Yacht Charters

Bienvenido a las Islas Canarias! Great Choice of Boats! Great Choice of Bases!

The Canary Islands are a year round charter destination but are particularly popular from November through to March. Day time temperatures can reach the low 20Cs during this period, making this is a great escape for those enduring a northern European winter. And with breezy conditions almost guaranteed, as the Canary Islands sit in the trade wind belt, this is a great winter sailing destination

We have an unrivalled selection of monohulls and catamarans available for you to charter in the Canary Islands available from our bases on Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Tenerife

Choose one this years new boats for the ultimate charter experience. On a budget? Select a boat from our keenly priced economy fleet

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General Info for Yacht Charters in the Canary Islands

Currency - Euro

Electricity - 230V

Language - Spanish. English is spoken widely

Time Difference - UTC

Visa Requirements - The Canary Islands are Spanish and subject to the Visa policy of the Schengen Area [EU]. See the following link for EU Visa Regulations

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The combination of the influence of two meteorological phenomena, the trade winds and the Azores High mean that in spite its position close to the tropics, the Canaries are not too hot in summer, 21 - 29C, and pleasantly warm in winter, 15 - 20C. The NE trades, that once took Columbus to America, funnel through the islands creating what are known as wind acceleration zones and this means that even with fairly light prevailing winds there is still enough breeze for a great sail. Gales are infrequent and the islands are not affected by hurricanes.

Check out the climate of Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands here

Getting There

There are international airports located on the islands on Gran Canaria [LPA], Lanzarote [ACE] and Tenerife [TFS]. A second airport in the north of Tenerife [TFN] has domestic flights from mainland Spain

• Distance/Time to Charter Bases •

Gran Canaria [LPA]

Puerto Deportivo Pasito Blanco - 36km, 26 minutes by road
Muelle Deportivo de Las Palmas - 24km, 19 minutes by road

Lanzarote Airport [ACE]

Marina Lanzarote - 8km, 11 minutes by road

Tenerife South Airport [TFS]

Marina San Miguel - 11km, 8 minutes by road
Marina del Sur - 15km, 15 minutes by road
Puerto Deportivo de Radazul - 54km, 36 minutes by road
Marina Santa Cruz - 62km, 41 minutes by road

Tenerife Norte Airport [TFN]

Marina San Miguel - 72km, 51 minutes by road
Marina del Sur - 80km, 54 minutes by road
Puerto Deportivo de Radazul - 16km, 16 minutes by road
Marina Santa Cruz - 15km, 15 minutes by road

We can arrange transfers between the airport and your charter boat. Price on request