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Sailing aboard the magnificent Sea Cloud Spirit La Gomera Lanzarotte

Capacity: 136

Meet whales and dolphins in their natural habitat: The marine mammals love the food-rich waters off La Gomera.
Leave the Canaries’ hustle and bustle behind: pine forests and quaint villages on the pristine Canary Island of El Hierro.
The pinnacles of a World Natural Heritage Site: meter-high lava tongues and bizarre rock formations in the Teide National Park.
Fascinating natural contrasts: the lush green cloud forest of Garajonay and Lanzarote's black lava deserts.
A renowned lecturer accompanies the trip and entertains with exciting talks and stories about the destination.

Sailing aboard the magnificent Sea Cloud Spirit La Gomera Lanzarotte

18 March, 2023 to 25 March, 2023
Prices

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Category E Superior cabins, outside
£ 4579 GBP pp
Category E Superior cabins, outside
These outside cabins on both sides of the cabin deck are the epitome of cosiness on board the SEA CLOUD SPIRIT. This is where you can retreat, switch off and relax while enjoying the unique luxurious ambience for which our private yachts are famous. Here too, tradition and the future of travel on board a modern tall ship meets in the elegant interior. 16-19 m² (172-205 sq. ft.) min. two large portholes bathroom with shower double bed 180 cm x 200 cm (Split King) (two separate mattresses) wardrobe small sitting area with table dressing table WiFi TV hair dryer telephone coffee machine minibar safe
Category D De luxe cabins, outside
£ 5285 GBP pp
Category D De luxe cabins, outside
The large portholes give our De-Luxe outside cabins on the cabin deck a special maritime flair. Together with their elegant yacht ambience, these living spaces emphasise the certainty of being on an extraordinary journey with an extraordinary ship. Precious materials and the stylish design give the spacious cabins a cosy atmosphere. And of course this cabin category is also characterised by the combination of the long SEA CLOUD tradition with the modern interpretation of classic elegance. 17-21 m² (183-226 sq. ft.) min. two large portholes bathroom with shower double bed 180 cm x 200 cm (Split King) (two separate mattresses) wardrobe small sitting area with table dressing table WiFi TV hair dryer telephone coffee machine minibar safe
Category C De luxe lido cabins, outside
£ 6025 GBP pp
Category C De luxe lido cabins, outside
The large outside cabins of this category on the lidodeck combine the comfort and personal atmosphere of a five-star hotel room with the maritime, elegant cosiness that only the SEA CLOUD SPIRIT offers. The high panoramic windows can be opened – you can therefore immediately feel the special spirit of a sea voyage aboard the SEA CLOUD SPIRIT in your cabin. Of course, these panoramic windows also offer a wonderful view of the sea at any time of day. 15-18 m² (161-194 sq. ft.) panoramic window that opens bathroom with shower double bed consisting of two single beds 90 cm x 200 cm (Twin XL) each wardrobe small sitting area (chair with table) dressing table WiFi TV hair dryer telephone coffee machine minibar safe
Category B Junior suites with balcony
£ 7119 GBP pp
Category B Junior suites with balcony
Junior suites are also characterised by the elegant interpretation of the SEA CLOUD’s classic design and are designed with love for detail. Their generous character is further enhanced by the fact that they are flooded with light thanks to the panorama windows. Those who are still not satisfied with the view outside the window can enjoy the proximity of the sea from the spacious balcony. These cabins are a must for people who love the sea and above all fresh air. The simple elegance of the classic modern interior corresponds in gentle tension with the maritime atmosphere on board our new ship. 19-22 m² (205-237 sq. ft.) balcony 6 m² (65 sq. ft.) panorama window bathroom with bathtub double bed 180 cm x 200 cm (Split King) (two separate mattresses) walk-in wardrobe sitting area (sofa) dressing table WiFi TV hair dryer telephone coffee machine minibar safe
Category A Suites with balcony
£ 8159 GBP pp
Category A Suites with balcony
The SEA CLOUD spirit is reflected in the ambience of the suites on the panorama deck. Her noble design combines with the spaciousness of the room to create an exclusive living environment. The idea of the suite is the modern interpretation of a tradition from the time when the ship owners themselves lived on board and had the best cabins furnished for themselves. The feeling of being the centre of the endless expanse of the ocean is reinforced by the unique perspective through the large panoramic windows overlooking the sea. Experiencing the sea is meant literally here – on the large balcony, sailing becomes a private pleasure. 26 m² (280 sq. ft.) balcony 8 m² (86 sq. ft.) panorama window bathroom with bathtub and additional shower, separate WC double bed 180 cm x 210 cm (Split California) (two separate mattresses) walk-in wardrobe sofa landscape with table & additional sofa bed (135 cm x 200 cm, Full XL) dressing table WiFi TV hair dryer telephone coffee machine minibar safe
25 March, 2023 to 01 April, 2023
Prices

Prices quoted here are often dependent on currency fluctuations. Please check with (01432 507450 or info@small-cruise-ships.com) for the very latest price, which may well be cheaper than the one advertised here.

Category E Superior cabins, outside
£ 4579 GBP pp
Category E Superior cabins, outside
These outside cabins on both sides of the cabin deck are the epitome of cosiness on board the SEA CLOUD SPIRIT. This is where you can retreat, switch off and relax while enjoying the unique luxurious ambience for which our private yachts are famous. Here too, tradition and the future of travel on board a modern tall ship meets in the elegant interior. 16-19 m² (172-205 sq. ft.) min. two large portholes bathroom with shower double bed 180 cm x 200 cm (Split King) (two separate mattresses) wardrobe small sitting area with table dressing table WiFi TV hair dryer telephone coffee machine minibar safe
Category D De luxe cabins, outside
£ 5285 GBP pp
Category D De luxe cabins, outside
The large portholes give our De-Luxe outside cabins on the cabin deck a special maritime flair. Together with their elegant yacht ambience, these living spaces emphasise the certainty of being on an extraordinary journey with an extraordinary ship. Precious materials and the stylish design give the spacious cabins a cosy atmosphere. And of course this cabin category is also characterised by the combination of the long SEA CLOUD tradition with the modern interpretation of classic elegance. 17-21 m² (183-226 sq. ft.) min. two large portholes bathroom with shower double bed 180 cm x 200 cm (Split King) (two separate mattresses) wardrobe small sitting area with table dressing table WiFi TV hair dryer telephone coffee machine minibar safe
Category C De luxe lido cabins, outside
£ 6025 GBP pp
Category C De luxe lido cabins, outside
The large outside cabins of this category on the lidodeck combine the comfort and personal atmosphere of a five-star hotel room with the maritime, elegant cosiness that only the SEA CLOUD SPIRIT offers. The high panoramic windows can be opened – you can therefore immediately feel the special spirit of a sea voyage aboard the SEA CLOUD SPIRIT in your cabin. Of course, these panoramic windows also offer a wonderful view of the sea at any time of day. 15-18 m² (161-194 sq. ft.) panoramic window that opens bathroom with shower double bed consisting of two single beds 90 cm x 200 cm (Twin XL) each wardrobe small sitting area (chair with table) dressing table WiFi TV hair dryer telephone coffee machine minibar safe
Category B Junior suites with balcony
£ 7119 GBP pp
Category B Junior suites with balcony
Junior suites are also characterised by the elegant interpretation of the SEA CLOUD’s classic design and are designed with love for detail. Their generous character is further enhanced by the fact that they are flooded with light thanks to the panorama windows. Those who are still not satisfied with the view outside the window can enjoy the proximity of the sea from the spacious balcony. These cabins are a must for people who love the sea and above all fresh air. The simple elegance of the classic modern interior corresponds in gentle tension with the maritime atmosphere on board our new ship. 19-22 m² (205-237 sq. ft.) balcony 6 m² (65 sq. ft.) panorama window bathroom with bathtub double bed 180 cm x 200 cm (Split King) (two separate mattresses) walk-in wardrobe sitting area (sofa) dressing table WiFi TV hair dryer telephone coffee machine minibar safe
Category A Suites with balcony
£ 8159 GBP pp
Category A Suites with balcony
The SEA CLOUD spirit is reflected in the ambience of the suites on the panorama deck. Her noble design combines with the spaciousness of the room to create an exclusive living environment. The idea of the suite is the modern interpretation of a tradition from the time when the ship owners themselves lived on board and had the best cabins furnished for themselves. The feeling of being the centre of the endless expanse of the ocean is reinforced by the unique perspective through the large panoramic windows overlooking the sea. Experiencing the sea is meant literally here – on the large balcony, sailing becomes a private pleasure. 26 m² (280 sq. ft.) balcony 8 m² (86 sq. ft.) panorama window bathroom with bathtub and additional shower, separate WC double bed 180 cm x 210 cm (Split California) (two separate mattresses) walk-in wardrobe sofa landscape with table & additional sofa bed (135 cm x 200 cm, Full XL) dressing table WiFi TV hair dryer telephone coffee machine minibar safe
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Day 1 Las Palmas/Gran Canaria
Departure 22.00 With its black volcano almost 2,000 meters (6,561 foot) high and endless white beaches along the coastline, the island of Gran Canaria displays a huge variety of landscapes. A "continent in miniature" with rugged rock formations, dense pine forests, dry valleys and reservoirs in the interior, lush vegetation in the north, shimmering dune landscapes in the south and weirdly shaped cliffs in the west. Almost half the island has been registered by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve. The capital, Las Palmas, is no less colorful, with its port and history stretching back 500 years. The showpiece of this historic old town is the magnificent Santa Ana Cathedral.
Day 2 At Sea
Climbing the rigging, untying ropes, setting sails – today is all about sailing. Time to lean back and relax in the deck chair and watch the passionate crew hoisting the sails by hand.
Day 3 San Sebastián/La Gomera
Arrival 08.00, Departure 19.00 Many people consider La Gomera to be the most wildly romantic island in the Canaries. Rugged gorges, craggy hillsides, fertile valleys and evergreen cloud forests characterise the landscape. The Garajonay National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, embraces the whole central mountain area and is an unusual little spot. Ancient bay trees, heather bushes as high as trees and meter-high ferns form a cloud forest where treemoss hangs from the trees and mosses cling to gnarled branches – a truly mystical natural spectacle which has existed for millions of years.
Day 4 Puerto de la Estaca/El Hierro
Arrival 13.30, Departure 19.00 Volcanic activity has created a wildly romantic and varied natural landscape. A black lava desert and strange rock formations with oddly shaped, wind-defying juniper trees in the south, orchards, vineyards, fig and almond groves in the north, lush green meadows and pastures in the high plateaus, and perhaps the most beautiful pine forests in the archipelago. El Hierro, the smallest and newest of the Canary Islands, is almost completely edged with steeply sloping, rugged cliffs and the spray from the surging ocean. UNESCO has designated it a Biosphere Reserve.
Day 5 Santa Cruz/Tenerife
Arrival 09.00, Departure 19.00 Santa Cruz is the perfect starting point if you want to discover Tenerife's diverse mix of beach, nature, and avant-garde culture. The capital and port city in the northeast of the island is not only decked out with historic buildings but also features a lively art scene and spectacular modern architecture by Calatrava or Herzog, and De Meuron. Santa Cruz is also not far from other highlights in the north. For example, the lively colonial town of La Laguna, with its impressive mansions, or quaint Taganana in the Agana Landscape Park, which has retained the charm of an old mountain village.
Day 6 At sea
Enjoy fitness, cosmetics, massage or sun and sea with a good book in the deck chair. This day beneath full sails gives you all the options for your perfect personal wellness program.
Day 7 Arrecife/Lanzarote
Arrival 08.00, Departure 14.00 The "Island of Fire", a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, has been continually recreated by volcanic eruptions. A third of Lanzarote is a bizarre lunar landscape of barren, beige-grey lines of hills and "fire mountains". In sharp contrast to this are the snow white houses, golden beaches and sparse green vegetation. Its quaint wine-growing areas of La Geria have been declared an all-embracing art form by the Museum of Modern Art. The painter, sculptor and architect César Manrique understood art as the link between man and nature and made a vital contribution to the look of his island home through his artistic creations.
Day 8 Las Palmas/Gran Canaria
Arrival 07.00 With its black volcano almost 2,000 meters (6,561 foot) high and endless white beaches along the coastline, the island of Gran Canaria displays a huge variety of landscapes. A "continent in miniature" with rugged rock formations, dense pine forests, dry valleys and reservoirs in the interior, lush vegetation in the north, shimmering dune landscapes in the south and weirdly shaped cliffs in the west. Almost half the island has been registered by UNESCO as a Biosphere Reserve. The capital, Las Palmas, is no less colorful, with its port and history stretching back 500 years. The showpiece of this historic old town is the magnificent Santa Ana Cathedral.

Sea Cloud Spirit

Building a three-mast full-rigged ship with traditional rigging in the 21st century may seem a little unusual. For SEA CLOUD CRUISES it is a commitment to true passion for sailing. With her clear, classic line she follows the example of her elegant windjammer sisters, but goes completely new ways. An entire deck with balcony cabins, an exclusive wellness and SPA area, a fitness room with sea view, a bistro on deck as an evening alternative to “fine dining” in the restaurant – the youngest member of the SEA CLOUD family offers plenty of room for individuality in addition to genuine windjammer romance.

The SEA CLOUD SPIRIT combines traditional windjammer experience with 21st century comfort with up to 136 passengers.

Cabins
Even more comfort: of the 69 cabins from the owner suite to the superior outside cabin, almost half have balconies or windows to open.

Public areas
Spacious decks, a generous wellness and SPA area, fitness with sea view and much more: on board the SEA CLOUD SPIRIT, one does not only enjoy the freedom under sails.

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