Although the weather and temperatures in the Balearics permit sailing and making the most of the sea throughout the entire year, the summer season has officially come to an end and Marina Port de Mallorca and Marina Palma Cuarentena have decided to mark this occasion with a barbecue for clients and friends to swap the most memorable moments and stories experienced during the summer season.
The leisure zone in Marina Port de Mallorca played host to more than 100 people including clients, collaborators and friends, to savour the traditional roast suckling pig that is always a firm favourite, accompanied by music and with a raffle of various packs of marina merchandising and two meals at a restaurant on the Paseo Marítimo adding further to the fun of the afternoon.
Meanwhile, at Marina Palma Cuarentena, the area chosen to hold their barbecue was El Martillo, where staff, crew, collaborators and friends turned up to enjoy burgers surrounded by a setting of stunning boats.
Both marinas are already well-known for the activities they put on for their clients during the year to help build a community of friends, and so it therefore comes as no surprise that all boats that stay at the port during the season will have been there at the same time as one or several of these enjoyable get-togethers.
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