We have nothing against marinas and agree there are some gorgeous berths dotted across the globe, in fact one of our favourites is the beautiful Porto Montenegró in the Adriatic. But why stopover at a man-made location when there are so many beautiful natural anchorages you could enjoy?
With Integrel, reliance on shore power is a thing of the past. Our system can recharge your bank batteries by simply running your engine at idle, allowing you to enjoy that picturesque anchorage for as long as you like.
Here are some of our favourite anchorages:
Cala Mondrago – Majorca
A personal favourite of mine, I’ve had the pleasure of swimming in the clear warm sea of this twin beached cove. Situated on the SE corner of the island, Cala Mondrago is part of a protected National Park with a few restaurants ashore and lovely walk through the pine trees. It offers a good hold on a sandy bottom and great protection.
Afionas – Corfu
Further into the Mediterranean, Afionas is on the northwestern tip of the Greek island of Corfu. It provides a good hold on its sandy bottom, great protection and has a selection of supermarkets and restaurants onshore that are surprisingly quiet even in high season.
Anse du Colombier – St.Barts, Carribean
Situated on the northwestern tip of St.Barts, this beautiful bay remains extremely secluded mainly thanks to its previous owner, David Rockefeller, who upon building his residence there in 1957 stipulated in the bill of sale: that no road must serve these 27 hectares (67 acres). As a result, marine life thrives here including turtles. It offers great protection and has free mooring buoys.