Enjoy sunset views from the picturesque Ammoudi Bay during golden hour, under the town of Oia, on our iconic sunset cruise line.
Join us for an unforgettable water adventure on a modern catamaran yacht as we cruise along the stunning caldera cliffs of Santorini. Our 5-hour sunset catamaran small-group cruise offers breathtaking views of the island and the glistening waters of the Aegean Sea.
Experience the beauty of Santorini as we visit some of its most iconic beaches, including the Red Beach, White Beach, and Mesa Pigadia beaches. And for an extra special treat, dip in the warm volcanic springs where you can feel the unique mix of warm and cold water due to the island’s volcanic history.
As you take in the beautiful scenery and soak up the sun, our onboard team will prepare a mouthwatering full Greek meal featuring BBQ chicken, pan-fried fish fillets, and complimentary Greek wine and beer. We’ll enjoy our delicious lunch in a secluded bay of the Santorini lagoon or at the volcano.
Our sunset cruise is the perfect way to end your day in Santorini as we watch the sun go down and the sky transform into a stunning array of colors. So join us and experience the magic of Santorini from the comfort of our modern catamaran yacht.
Finish your day by taking a photo of the sun setting in Santorini with your phone or camera.
A maximum of 18 guests plus the crew is allowed on board, ensuring a relaxing and relaxed experience.
After the tour, our air-conditioned shuttle bus will carry you back to your hotel or Airbnb, allowing you to relax after a memorable evening on Santorini’s Aegean waters.
Private Catamaran Cruise
Wonderful private cruise of the caldera. Great food and lots of flexibility on what to ascertain and where to sail. It’s really best for a luxury honeymoon cruise, Private group, or family. The day tour departs at 10:30 am, the sunset tour departs at 3:30 pm. Both tours last 5 hours. Be prepared to be insanely pampered. If the above tour is fully booked – from June to September.
Small-Group Catamaran Cruise
Sunset Cruise in Santorini with Greek Meal and Drinks (2:45 pm departure) or Day Cruise (9:45 am departure). Awesome cruise around the volcano, staring up at the cliffs of the caldera. You stop at a couple of beaches for swimming and snorkeling, then swim within the hot springs near the volcano, eat an enormous lunch or dinner, and eventually enjoy the Santorini Sunset from the cliffs below Oia.
Are you ready for your sunset cruise in Santorini?
- Onboard a sleek catamaran yacht, enjoy a sunset cruise around Santorini.
- Santorini’s Red and White Beaches are within easy reach.
- Swim in the warm springs on a secluded bay of the Santorini volcano, or take a volcanic bath.
- Fish fillets, bbq chicken fillets, salads, pasta, rolls, spreads, and complimentary Greek wine and beer are all part of the rich Greek lunch.
- While sightseeing from the sea, catch breathtaking panoramas of picturesque Santorini.
- Round-trip transportation from all Santorini hotels and Airbnb is included in the price.
Confirmation will be received at the time of booking. Not wheelchair accessible. Near public transportation. Not recommended for pregnant travelers.
No heart problems or other serious medical conditions. Most travelers can participate. There will be a maximum of 16 people on this tour/activity.
- Alcoholic Beverages
- Bottled water
- Use of Snorkeling equipment
- Restroom on board
- Air-conditioned vehicle
Besides, You may enjoy the Cooking Class in Santorini!
All Fees and Taxes
This is a small group catamaran tour with a maximum capacity of 16 passengers (plus crew members).
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