FleetiT in atlantic
Atlantication 2.0: Madeira and Azores.
Onсe upon a time ancient Greek geographers sailed past islands in the Atlantic Ocean near Africa. They were so excited by the landscapes, that they called this part of our planet – the blessed land – Macronesia.

We will go to explore a small part of this archipelago – Madeira and Azores – but the most exciting.

Let`s get the Portuguese spirit of 7 islands. Sail past thousands of volcanoes and come very close to several of them.

Here the pacification mode is turn automatically. A humid climate grows unique flora and fauna that will surround us on every centimeter of all islands. If you are lucky, you will see bullfinches in the cedar forest, or ginger lily on a pineapple farm.

Photos from #atlanticnewyear2019 to get the feeling of how it looks like in the ocean.
Adventure dates
15 – 29, February 2020
We begin on Madeira, sailing west to Azores, and farther through the islands.
14 days sailing
Our flotilla will sail through the waters of Atlantic ocean: Azores and Madeira archipelagos.
5 Atlantic islands
Seven islands of two legendary archipelagos: Azores and Madeira.
€1800
The price includes yacht charter, skippers work, cleaning, towels and bed linens. Per crew member.
the map
Here is how our sailing trip route looks like for some one who might look at us from the very top of the world.
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HOW MUCH DOES IT COST:
€1800
Included:
- yacht rental;
- skippers work;
- cleaning and bed linens.
In addition you'll need to pay for:
- flight to Madeira and from Sao Miguel, ~250 euros for roundtrip;
- food and drinks onboard will be prepared by ourselves. It usually takes 50 – 100 euros per week to buy all the products;
- all onshore activities, excursions, bars usually take up to 300 euros per week in this region.
- port fees and fuel for the yacht will take 50 – 100 euros per week.
- upon check-in to the yacht the 500 euros security deposit is being kept by the charter company. They will return the deposit upon the check-out.
BOOK THE FLIGHT
We start and finish this adventure in different spots, be careful while choosing the flight.
Arrival — MADEIRA
Our expedition yacht will wait for you on island Madeira on 15 th of February, 2020 till 9 PM. Please keep in mind that you will spend at least one hour to get to us from the airport.
Departure — SAO MIGUEL
This part of adventure will end on island Sao Miguel, on 29 th of February, 2020 at 9 AM. Please keep in mind that logistics from the ship to the airport will take more than one hour.
THE CREW
The ones who are going to share the adventure!


Captain: Nikolay.
In the sea: 31 country || 10000 nm.
Essential in travel: adventures, find things that are not on the map or in travel guides.

Entrepreneur. Founder at Fleetit.

«I travel and I know things».




Captain: Yegor.
In the sea: 10000 nautical miles.
Essential in travel: Planing navigation in advance.
YACHTS
Our Fleet
Natatores (2012)
Length: 64 feet
Crew: 10 + captain

Why choose this ADVENTURE?
Look at our detailed plan
Let's Rock & Roll
DAY 1
Madeira.
This is the oldest resort in the Europe. In the era of great geographical discoveries, Madeira was quiet haven for sailors. The island itself is simply a huge mountain forest with flowers and a sea breeze. But, here we are not for long. We equip all the provisions and go on a journey through the waves. A separate little life begins. For several days around us there is only the silence of the ocean, the smell of fresh fish and sincere conversations.
Days 2–4
Ocean.
Passage from Madeira to Santa Maria will last for at least two days. We will have enough time to enjoy the views of Atlantic, get some fresh tuna, talk some nice talks. Most likely we would get to Santa Maria as new people, those who learned about the ocean power and beauty.
Дни 5–6
Santa Maria
We moor in the marina and go on a date with the island, which is almost 5 million years old. It is called yellow — here the sun reigns in any part of the island. With this place once fell in love Christopher Columbus. We walk along the streets of the village where he lived and explored the island. Here you want to look at the rocky shores and green velvet plains so long. But we swim further along the azure ocean water.
Days 7–8
Terceira.
Cruise ships often stop here. But our journey is more wild and close to nature. Therefore, we go to fluffy palm trees, glistening lakes and volcanoes. In the depths of the island everything is like on another planet. Secret waterfalls attract us to plunge into the cool water. And the breath of an extinct volcano is calling to go down to the crater. We return to the town to see the decorated houses as in Disney cartoons. On the way to the marine — the sounds of the surf at natural pools with stone sun loungers.
Days 10–11
Fayal.
An island where the locals are volcanoes. Lunar landscapes by the ocean take us into a fantastic film. There is black sand under the feet, and beech trees around. We pass through open-air hydrangea greenhouses. By the way, the island is called blue — precisely because of hydrangeas of all shades of this color. Here we are at the cape — the highest point on the island. Below us are lagoons of the color of the sky. And in front are the other 3 islands of the archipelago. There are many yachts on the water. Fayal is like a mecca for lovers of yachting travel.
Days 13–14
Sao Miguel.
The largest island of the archipelago is waiting for us to show its lakes the colors of the sky, secret waterfalls and villages in the mountains. Perhaps we will even meet the Azores shepherd dog. The architecture of small towns takes us to a film about a Portuguese family. Flower trees and gazebos in the garden. When we see an island from a yacht, it may seem that this is just a cut off piece of biscuit cake. Stone cakes and green velvet sprinkles.
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