If you're like many and have been hooked on Bravos Below Deck for the past few weeks, then you'll most likely have watched/been watching season 5 of Below Deck Mediterranean, filmed in Mallorca.
Captain Sandy is back on the 184-foot mega-yacht, "The Wellington" with a few regulars from previous seasons for a charter season.
The season is spent with guests chartering the boat around the beautiful, picturesque island of Mallorca stopping off at many private beaches and stunning towns.
The boat is based in Port Adriano, which is located in the small town of El Toro on the southwest coast of Mallorca. It is one of the most modern marinas in the Mediterranean which was re-modelled in 2012 by the famous architect Philippe Starck.
Due to the modern marina, Port Adriano is quite a high-end place with luxury shops and a great selection of restaurants.
The crew venture into Palma on their nights off to the great selection of restaurants, nightlife and bars it has to offer.
Throughout the series, the boat sails around the island with stop-offs at many locations including the towns of Deia and Soller.
The cost of chartering The Wellington starts from around £200,000 for a week - this excludes expenses such as all on-board food and beverages, fuel, docking fees and tax.
As with most superyachts, there are plenty of areas to enjoy whilst on charter.
The Wellington includes some of the below features:
You can take up to 12 guests on this yacht as it boats great accommodation options. There is a large master suite, VIP cabin and 2 x double and twin cabins.
You can catch all seasons of Below Deck Mediterranean via the Hayu app.