Almanac On Board

08039 Barcelona Spain
Sailboat gracefully gliding through the ocean waters near Almanac Barcelona

A unique way to live your Almanac experience: a day to enjoy the 37th edition of the America’s Cup regattas from the front line and the comfort of one of our most exclusive suites to end the day in an urban oasis. 

We offer a special experience so that our clients can enjoy a privileged view of the most expected sporting event of the year live from the sea. Be one of the 10 passengers to enjoy all the comforts of our hotel aboard.

Enjoy your suite experience both on land and sea, with all the luxury and exclusivity of our hotel aboard a sailboat: from the fragrance

of our master perfumer Jimmy Boyd to the flavors of our Michelin-Starred chef Rodrigo de la Calle. 

Sailboat gracefully gliding through the ocean waters near Almanac Barcelona
Man and woman enjoying orange juice on a sailboat near Almanac Barcelona

Almanac On Board

Live a true magic journey, enjoy exclusive views of the regatta from the front row and all the Almanac’s essence aboard. Our restaurant Virens by Rodrigo de la Calle will accompany you onboard to offer the best gastronomic experience, paired with excellent local wines and haute signature cocktails by Azimuth.  

End the day in one of our most emblematic suites, a true oasis for relaxation and urban luxury.

Book your place clicking here and get ready to experience the excitement of the America’s cup on board, from a privileged perspective. 

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