Red Sunset Tour
cruise starts from Ammoudi port
at 14:30 and sails below Caldera.
First stop: Hot Springs area for swimming and snorkeling. Sails past Aspronisi, Ancient lighthouse, Indian rock, Black Mountain.
Second stop: Red Beach area for swimming and snorkeling.
Third stop: White Beach area for swimming, snorkeling and for the barbeque on board.
Fourth stop: Below the picturesque village of Oia to watch the sunset.
Final stop: Tour ends at Ammoudi or port.
INCLUDED IN THE PRICE
Round trip transfers from your accommodation/ hotel/ villa (or the nearby accessible point) and back with minibus.
Greek menu prepared on the spot (Greek salad, grilled chicken and pork skewers, roasted vegetables, stuffed vine leaves, vegetarian meal)
Drinks (soft drinks, white Santorinian wine, water)
Snorkeling equipment and floating devices (ask the crew)
Map with extensive info on the landmarks and destinations (ask the crew)
Music on board.
Blanket (ask the crew/ to be returned to the crew).
English speaking crew/ Safety briefing on board.
WC & possibility to wash your body off with clear water (ask the crew).
Leaflet with safety instructions in en/ fr/ es/ ch/ kr (ask the crew).
Chewing gum for travel sickness( ask the crew).
need to bring towels and warm /dry clothes
*According to Greek law, all yachts and boats in Greece cannot moor directly on the beach. Sunset Oia has selected the best points for swimming and snorkeling, the closest possible from the beach.
*Please note the name of your accommodation/hotel/villa at the comments section, and any other special request about your reservation.
*Please provide your contact details(or the contact details of your host). A day before the cruise, you receive the pick up confirmation.
*Passengers have to remove their shoes, before embarkation.
*Bring a photo of your passport or ID card.
*Hot Springs: It is good to know that catamarans/ yachts stop 50 m away from the warm yellowish water of the Hot Springs. The temperature in the Hot Springs is around 4 °C warmer than the clear water. Guests swim securely close to the volcano.