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After receiving an overwhelming interest in the Atlantic Rally Cruisers (ARC) this year, we decided to plan a transatlantic crossing of our own, a bit different to how we usually sail. Prepare to embark on an extraordinary maritime adventure as we invite you to join us on our Transatlantic Crossing aboard the exquisite Bali 5.4 catamaran. This voyage offers an unparalleled blend of luxury and adventure unlike anything we have offered before at Sail Racing Academy.
Our journey begins from the stunning shores of Las Palmas, Spain. As you step aboard the Bali 5.4, you’ll be enveloped in an atmosphere of adventure and comfort, and please note that you may be sharing rooms with fellow crew members, enhancing the sense of camaraderie and adventure. This remarkable catamaran has been meticulously designed to redefine luxury travel at sea. Join us for an unforgettable journey where luxury and adventure converge on the Bali 5.4.
Though Sail Racing Academy is all for everyone enjoying themselves, safety remains our top priority.
*** Please be aware that the dates listed are subject to change.
The crew will meet the boat in Las Palmas, Gran Canaria and will disembark in Martinique, Caribbean. The nearest airport to Las Palmas is the Gran Canaria Airport which is about a half hour drive to Las Palmas. The Martinique airport is Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport (FRF).
All travel to and from the airports is not covered by the race price.
We will depart Las Palmas on 15th November 2024.
Bali 5.4 is a 2022 54ft Catamaran typically used for luxury charters, making it the nicest opportunity Sail Racing Academy has ever been able to offer. With spacious cabins, en suites, and air con, Bali 5.4 offers a comfortable way to participate in the challenging transatlantic crossing.
Arrival. You will then have three days of boat preparation, training, and familiarisation of the boat and your fellow crewmates. Please bear in mind that most of the boats on the dock will be taking part in the same activity of repairs, last-minute enhancements, provisioning, and tweaks. We are no different so please expect the first day to be hard work.
There is the possibility the boat could stop in Cape Verde. We will update everyone who has booked once we have confirmation.
Expected to arrive in Martinique the 10th Dec 2024.