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Half-Day Catamaran Cruise of Santorini

From US$118,30
  • Sailing in a catamaran means a more stable, comfortable ride 
  • See parts of the coast that can only be reached by boat 
  • Swim and snorkel at some of Santorini’s most famous places 
Half-Day Catamaran Cruise of Santorini
From US$118,30
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A 5 hour cruise from 10:30 to 15:30
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A 5 hour cruise from 15:30 to 20:30
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Full of hidden coves and snorkeling spots, Santorini’s gorgeous coastline is best seen from the water. This catamaran cruise takes you to a series of beaches and landmarks that can only be reached by boat, with time to soak in the island’s volcanic hot springs, too. Plus, with two tour times to choose from and round-trip transport, food, and snorkeling gear all included, this tour is extremely convenient for any traveler wanting to add it to their itinerary.
What to Expect
Choose between a daytime tour or a sunset tour, and then meet a driver at your hotel for transfer to Vlychada Marina.

Find a comfortable place on deck while the crew raises the sails, and set out across the Aegean Sea toward Red Beach, whose high cliffs and sand are a brilliant hue. Next, continue to White Beach for a swimming and snorkeling break, slipping into the water with views of the pale coastal cliffs.

Keep your camera out as you sail past Indian Rock and the Venetian Lighthouse, and then navigate right into Santorini's broad volcanic caldera. Pause to swim in a natural hot springs, and check out views to Oia and Therasia Island.

If you opt for a daytime tour, nibble on a full spread of snacks; the sunset tour features a full barbecue dinner with drinks. This tour concludes with return transfer to your hotel.
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Reviewed 2 days ago
You've tried the rest, now try the best

There are so many boat trips and cruises to choose from in Santorini - but this is the best - and heres why: Small groups means it is a pleasant experience and people get to know each other Plenty of space, not over crowed One...More

1  Thank CorinneLW
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile
The Greek Soul

Our AirBnB host, Theoni, recommended the sunset cruise as a true Santorini experience. We were lucky enough to reserve two spots for the next day. One huge plus is the shuttle to and from the marina for no extra cost. We were a group of...More

1  Thank DalinianWings
Reviewed 4 days ago
kind staff, good food and great landscapes

We had a pleasant cruise. The staff (zoe, jordan and captain pantelis) was really kind to us and willing us to have a good time. My daughter was a little see sick so the captain would let here nearby him to distract her from this...More

Thank vdblt1
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Don’t be deceived by the good reviews

We booked a half day sunset food and drink inclusive tour through a third party company. To say the least he sold the tour very well and at a “discounted price.” Firstly the tour states that there will be swimming and snorkelling time available at...More

1  Thank Tanya G
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fun island tour

We spent our last day in Santorini doing a boat tour around the island. The crew on the boat was great, very friendly and accommodating. It was intimate with a relatively small group. The food was great. Peter was very friendly, and helped make our...More

2  Thank rickykauser
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15 April 2018|
Response from Marv E | Reviewed this property |
The section near the caldera is actually swimmable but still cold. I've seen folks swim but the cruise members would actually caution you about the water if its too cold. If you take the sunset cruise, the lower the chance... More