Carrossa is launching its brand of five-star style on the ocean after adding its own luxury yacht to the holiday options. 

Situated in the north east of Mallorca, near the historic town of Artà, the five-star resort, with just 75 luxurious rooms and suites, opened in May 2018 and has proved an attractive new destination for those looking to discover an authentic Mallorcan experience in fabulous surroundings.

And now, those stunning beaches, beautiful bays and secluded coves, which can only be accessed from the idyllic Mediteranean Sea, can be explored and enjoyed aboard the Carrossa II – in trademark Carrossa luxury.

Under the guidance of a fully-qualified, experienced captain, who can tailor the voyage to suit the group’s requests, up to six guests at a time can add a day at sea to their holiday from June to September on the 10m vessel.

Berthed just 15 minutes away, in Colonia de Sant Pere, the Greenline Neo Hard Top is for the exclusive use of Carrossa guests and offers an unforgettable holiday experience – with exclusive drinks, catering, fruit and sandwiches all provided.

The Luxury Yacht Package (starting from €1,155 per person) is a seven-night stay, which entitles guests to their choice of room category, a half-board stay and a one-day trip at sea.

Peter Hamacher, director of sales and marketing for owners Hamacher Resorts, said: “It’s an exciting development and we are sure it will prove to be a popular addition for our guests to enjoy Carrossa’s five-star luxury at sea.”

Back on land, Carrossa is home to a stunning 1,500m2 state-of-the-art wellness centre, built and designed to the highest specification, with saunas, steam bath, ice fountain, and a wide selection of massage, beauty and special treatments, as well as a high-tech gym.

The former manor ground gardens of Carrossa are also home to an inviting heated outdoor panoramic infinity pool and deck. Carrossa’s fine cuisine offers a range of sophisticated international and local dishes in the fine-dining Restaurant Carrossa, or an extensive choice of dishes in the more informal Bistro Badia, both of which deliver panoramic views from the terrace.