September 26- october 02. 2020

Welcome to sail with the Christian Radich in the Mediterranean. This is a unique change to sail a Tallship in the Mediterranean. It is late summer and the days are still warm. Check in is in Malaga during Saturday, September 26 and we sail towards  Cagliari, Sardinia the next morning. You are a trainee on board and you participate in the work with sails and ropes.

DEPARTURE Malaga 26. 09 2020 090
ARRIVAL Sardinia 02.10.2020 16:00
INCLUDED
Meals

Malaga

Malaga is known for sun and beautiful beaches. The city has a long history, it is actually one of the world’s oldest cities, founded in the 700’s. The Alcazaba fortress was built already in the 11th century. It is worth a visit. Picasso was born in Malaga, and you will find a Picasso museum here.

Sardinia

We recommend to stay herebefore you go home to explore this beautiful island, located between Spain and Italy. The ship will be moored in Cagliari, south on the island. Like so many other Mediterranean towns, Cagliari was also built around a fortress, the heart of the old town. Sardinia is known for having the clearest waters in the Mediterranean and you find long white beaches all over the island. It is easy to get around either by renting a car, by bike or by bus or train.

Malaga

You can take Direct flights from Oslo to Malaga.

Ship location in Malaga

Sardinia

Norwegian flies directly to Olbia, north of Sardinia, but only in summer. Another option is to fly Ryanair from Torp to Marseilles and take a ferry from there to Sardinia. You can also travel to Sardinia by boat from France (Marseilles) and from Italy's mainland, both from Genoa and Civitavecchia. Between the neighboring island of Corsica and Sardinia there are many ferries every day. There is also a ferry connection to Palermo and Trapani in Sicily.

Ship location in Sardinia