On day 2 most of us woke up to our long awaited shangri-la, aka 9:30am where all our yachts were already sailing in open waters towards the islands of the La Maddalena archipelago. Way better than yesterday’s start.
We didn’t miss a beat to finally feel the winds at our back and the sun on our faces:
Our on-board hostess, chef, and new friend Casey prepared us this magic for breakfast:
We then stopped for a brief swim in the clear blue waters and everyone got to try out their floaties. Then it was already time for lunch:
By early afternoon we docked in the old town of Cala Gavetta, which dates back to the eighteenth century and rises to the south of the island with beautiful views of Palau.
Whether stretching our legs, parking up at a cafe, or jumping on a scooter, this city is not the place to have anything particular in mind “to do.” We just kicked back at a few cafés and watched the city go by before having dinner at Zeus Faber.
At night we then changed our outfits for a “Dockside Disco” themed party outside in the city center; but the group decided to make their own party back at our yachts where we threw down a yacht vs yacht dance off as they were parked right next to each other.
Can’t have enough opportunities for group photos:
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- At time of posting in Cala Gavetta, it was 26 °C - Humidity: 73% | Wind Speed: 23km/hr | Cloud Cover: clear