AVAILABLE from November 1st - March 31st WINTER SEASON 2023/24
- Adults: €70
- Children 6-12: €35
- Infants 0-5:€10
Due to popular demand, we have continued our 3 hour cruises operating throughout the autumn, winter and spring seasons.
We provide everything onboard for your safety and comfort to make your day at sea a truly memorable experience. The only things you need to bring with you are swimming costumes, towels, hats, sunglasses, plenty of suncream ... and a smile !
Choose from :
- 1230 - 1530 : Lunchtime cruise with buffet lunch
- 1600 - 1900 : Sunset cruise with buffet dinner
The skipper and 1st mate prepare a delicious buffet when we drop the anchor and complimentary champagne, wine, beer, soft drinks & bottled water are served throughout all cruises.
To check availability and reserve your seats on this Day Charter cruise, click here "Book Now!" and follow the booking instructions. To make a reservation, you only need to pay a 25% deposit, and the balance is payable to your skipper at the end of your cruise ... but only when you are completely satisfied ... that is always our promise to all our guests !
Please note: Our Day Charter cruises depart only when we have a minimum of 6 Adult Guests. If you have any questions before making your booking, please refer to our Frequently Asked Questions page here
PRIVATE CHARTERS also available. Charter the whole boat exclusively just for you, family & friends - please select from the drop down menu when making your booking
Please refer to our Terms & Conditions here
- Puerto Marina del Este
- Playa de Muerte
- Punta de la Mona
- Cerro Gordo
- Playa La Cantarrijan
- Playa la Canuelo
WELCOME ONBOARD ... with a chilled glass of champagne & fresh seasonal fruit & nibbles.
Make yourself comfortable, whilst the skipper gives everyone a comprehensive safety briefing and answers any questions.
We then set sail out of the marina and depending on weather & sea conditions, we usually pass the Punta de la Mona headland and sail westwards into the beautiful bay of La Herradura. The skipper points out local historic attractions including the site of a 16th Century shipping tragedy where 23 ships foundered, and the 12th Century stone watchtowers built along the coastline.
We continue around the Cerro Gordo headland to the beautiful natural beach at La Cantarrijan.
When the anchor drops for lunch, there is time to swim, snorkel, kayak and paddleboard.
If the wind and sea conditions determine, then the alternative route is to set sail eastwards past the historic town of Almunecar to Playa Iguana where we drop anchor for lunch.