Sailing-Classics Atlantic Voyages

Canary Islands - Tenerife

The sailing area of the Canary Islands, especially against the backdrop of Tenerife, offers sailors a fascinating adventure. The constant trade winds, mild temperatures and the impressive coastal landscape create ideal conditions for unforgettable cruises. From Tenerife, you can explore the diverse coastline, pass majestic cliffs and head for hidden bays. With a mixture of relaxed sailing, shore excursions and culinary delights, the sailing area of the Canary Islands, especially around Tenerife, promises an incomparable maritime experience.

Arrival & Departure

Most international flights land at Tenerife South Airport, which is closer to the tourist areas. Several airlines offer direct flights or connecting flights from Germany to Tenerife. Frequent providers include Condor, Lufthansa, Eurowings and Ryanair.
Alternatively, you can sail with the RHEA on the “small” Atlantic crossing from Malaga to Tenerife and combine the voyages.

WIND & Weather

In November, Tenerife offers pleasant conditions for sailors with average air temperatures of 18 to 24 degrees Celsius and moderate trade winds. The coastal landscapes along the north and south coasts offer a wide variety of sailing routes. Occasional rain showers can occur, but do not usually affect sailing significantly.


Tenerife, the largest of the Canary Islands, delights with numerous highlights. The Teide National Park with Spain’s highest mountain offers breathtaking volcanic landscapes. The historic San Cristóbal de La Laguna impresses as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Anaga Mountains entice visitors with their wild mountain landscapes and picturesque villages, while the mountain village of Masca offers spectacular views. The capital Santa Cruz de Tenerife offers a lively mix of architecture and culture. The waters around Tenerife are known for their diversity of marine life, especially for the opportunity to spot whales and dolphins.
There is no international airport on La Gomera, which means that the island is still pleasantly quiet. La Gomera has lush green vegetation and is particularly popular with hikers. The island is covered with winding roads, along which many small villages can be found. Very good marina in the east. Tip: Explore the evergreen interior of the island in a rental car and make a stop at the church “Ermita de San Isidro” – great view from there over the Atlantic Ocean.

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