Discover our fleet of boats to hire in Ibiza and Formentera carefully selected by our team especially for you. The islands of ibiza and Formentera hide secret places which can only be discovered on board any of our spectacular boats.See more
We can help you to sell your boat or to buy the boat of your dreams in Ibiza. As we have a large network of national and international contacts which help us to sell in addition to providing us with a wide range of second hand boats for you.See more
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Your boat will be serviced and cared for throughout the year
Our maintenance team will care for your boat throughout the whole year so that your only concern is to enjoy your investment. We can offer you cleaning, repair, painting and upholstery services, annual maintenance checks and individual sailing advice.Request for maintenance
Our team at Coral Marine offers an excellent and individualised service for superyachts in Ibiza and Formentera .We can get moorings for superyachts and offer consultations on national and international maritime issues in addition to meeting any other need that may arise.See more
Although summers are getting increasing longer, the time still comes when you have to say goodbye to it. The glitter and glamour of the Island over the summer gives way to a magical, hushed, mild and tranquil season.
Having a peaceful drink in one of the discos that stay open or enjoying live music in one of the venues in the town are just some of Ibiza’s hidden autumn pleasures.
Ibiza is special for being a luxury destination full of beautiful people, but the glamour of the island is fully compatible with family stays. Safe beaches for children, countless activities to keep them active and entertained, making them play a lead role in the sailing experience... These are just some of the reasons you’ll enjoy boating holidays.
For more than 10,000 years, man has used boats as a means of transport.
The first ones recorded were of carved tree trunks in the district of Paracas in the province of Pisco, on the south-central coast of Peru. The abundance of resources on the beaches gave rise to sedentism amongst the inhabitants, who went from gathering shellfish and molluscs to sailing to sea to fish for other species.