RESTAURANT RESERVATIONS IN FORMENTERA/IBIZA
If you would like to go to a specific restaurant on a certain day, it is necessary to reserve a table. Currently in 2019, we are able to reserve tables for you at virtually all restaurants in Ibiza or Formentera including Moli de Sal, Juan y Andrea, Chezz Gerdi, Blue Marlin, Cotton Club, subject to availability at time of booking, except Beso Beach, which you need to pre-book and pay a deposit per person. It is also possible to eat on-board and we can organise various different options for on-board dining within the capabilities of the boat and the crew. An easy and recommend boat friendly option is sushi and we have a dedicated sushi partner that can provide fresh platters at a reasonable price. Of course there are also fresh salad and sandwich options available.
SUNSET IN IBIZA
Ibiza town is on the south-east side of the island and as you know, the sun sets in the west, so unless you are renting your boat from San Antonio, perhaps to end your day moored up outside Mambos, the true postcard sunset is not in Ibiza town. To get a good view of the sun setting on this side, we suggest clients returning to Ibiza town opt to watch the sunset near Cap des Falco, which offers a fantastic view of the sun setting, with a backdrop of the iconic island of Es Vedra. Please remember as the sun goes down, the waves often tend to pick up making the journey back to port a little bumpy. Handy sunset times 2019 can be found in our Lux Charters Ibiza blog.
When sleeping onboard your skipper will find the best spot that is sheltered from the wind. It is up to you whether you go ashore for dinner and discover the island that never sleeps, or stay aboard to enjoy the facilities and company of your friends. When it’s time to retire you will be lulled to sleep to the gentle rocking of the sea and wake on the water in a secluded little bay, with the morning light reflecting off the mediterranean sea.
If you plan to go out in Ibiza Town, you may choose to sleep in the marina, in which case the crew may sleep on-board or arrange a time to meet you in the morning. On larger boats there are crew quarters, usually for 2 to 3 crew members. With smaller boats, it is sometime necessary for the crew to need to sleep in one of the cabins, if there is not a dedicated crew cabin. This will limit the number of guests who can stay aboard.
For overnight/sleeping aboard charters, the number of guests is regulated by licensing and determined by the number of berths available for guests and crew. By day you can have up to 12 guests and there are many options for 6 and some 4 and 5 cabin options and there is even a 6 cabin yacht.