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Sailing Greece (Test activity)
Unnamed Road, Agia 400 03, Greece.
Group 5 hours
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Sailing Greece (Test activity)

Unnamed Road, Agia 400 03, Greece. Group 5 hours

Experience Santorini’s beauty, hot springs and beaches on a 5-hour catamaran cruise. Select a daytime or sunset cruise, and sail around the island and caldera (flooded volcanic crater) on a deluxe catamaran. Stop to bathe in the Nea Kameni springs; swim, snorkel or unwind at beaches; and enjoy unlimited Santorini wine and Greek beer, plus a Greek meal prepared on board. On the evening cruise, be treated to awe-inspiring sunset views. A cruise is essential when you visit Santorini, and with numbers limited to 16, this offers a small-group experience.<br>     5-hour Santorini caldera cruise including a full Greek meal prepared on board, Soak up the sun and sights as you cruise around Santorini on a luxury, brand new catamaran Dip into the relaxing hot springs by Nea Kameni volcano Visit the White Beach and Red Beach for a spot of swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing See the caldera under the glow of a legendary Santorini sunset, if option selected Choose from a daytime or sunset cruise, with numbers limited to 16 to ensure a more intimate experience<br>     Then, travel to the jetty for your 5-hour cruise. Meet your professional skipper and crew, and find a comfortable spot on the deluxe modern catamaran. Then, sit back and admire Santorini’s caldera and sugar-cube clifftop houses as your vessel pulls away from dock. Relax and enjoy the sea breezes, and take snaps of the views as your catamaran cuts through the waves of the Aegean Sea. After a short sail across the south part of the island, stop at the Red Beach. Pause here and enjoy time to swim, snorkel or simply sunbathe on the decks.Then, drop anchor at the hot springs beside Nea Kameni, Santorini’s ancient volcano. Step ashore and submerge yourself in the warm pools, whose waters are thought to have medicinal powers. Back aboard, cruise along the coast to Santorini’s southern beaches. Head for the White Beach, and, if you wish, leave the boat to swim in the crystal waters. If you fancy checking out the undersea life, use the supplied snorkeling equipment and set off in search of colorful fish and other underwater sights. Afterward, return to deck for a delicious lunch or dinner, depending on the cruise time you’ve chosen. Roughly 30 minutes later, start out on your return journey. If you’ve chosen the sunset cruise, soak up the sight of one of Santorini’s magical sunsets. Lastly, dock back at the jetty and finish your tour with a hotel drop-off. Please note: the stop at the Red and/or White Beach may be changed to a different beach, depending on your experienced catamaran skipper’s judgement of weather and sea conditions on the day of your cruise. In every swimming stop opportunity, the catamaran boat anchors off the beaches in deep waters as the vessel is not able to dock on the actual beaches in shallow waters.<br>     Inclusions Hotel pickup and drop-off Professional Greek skipper Unlimited drinks (wine, beer, sodas and water) Use of snorkel equipment Full Greek lunch or dinner Hot springs entrance fee Beach Towels Restrooms / Changing room <br>     Lunch / Dinner menu: Fish fillet (light fried) Grilled chicken fillets Grilled shrimps Pasta with tomato sauce and basil Salads Appetizers (tzatziki, spreads) Bread <br>     Exclusions Gratuities (optional) •Cable car tickets for cruise ship travelers (6.00 Euros per person, per ride). <br>     Additional info Confirmation will be received at time of booking Please bring your bathing suit and sun screen. Towels are provided on board, optionally you can bring your own as well. Vegetarian dishes are available on board such as pasta, salads and bread. Please see full food menu on the inclusions section. Hotel pick-ups will be done to the closest accessible areas; parts of Santorini are in a slope and can't be accessed by vehicles A minimum of 2 people per booking is required.

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