41 Cranchi

Faro , Algarve
# 4912
from $393.23 / 2 Hour

Entrez vos dates de voyage

We will take you to the best desert beaches and some of the best secret spots, while you enjoy all the luxury aboard our boats. Trips are in the Ria Formosa Natural Park with departure from Faro.

Ria Formosa Natural Park provides the most pleasant boat experience with the most beautiful views in Algarve and the best and large sheltered water plan to rest and to forget about your daily routine.

Included: 

  • Skipper
  • Hostess
  • Fuel at a slow cruising speed inside the Ria Formosa
  • Welcome Drink
  • Paddle Boards x2
  • Snorkelling equipment
  • Restroom on board


Exclusions

  • Tip or gratuity
  • Food & drinks

Food: You can bring your own food and drinks but be aware that cooking and red wine onboard are not allowed. Next to our office there are a couple of bars and restaurants where you can have a coffee or buy last minute food and drinks.

If you prefer, you can take you to have lunch at one of the islands or we can assist you with the catering, providing a menu from an external supplier so that you just have to get on board and have fun.

Please note:

Most travelers can participate

Not wheelchair accessible

Near public transportation

This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund

This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity

What to bring

Clothing

Bathing Suits, Beach Towels, Sunscreen and hats


Infos de bateau

Length
41
Passenger Capacity
10
Crew Capacity
2
Sleep Capacity
4
Year Built
2001
Fuel Capacity
350
Bed Count
2

Les aménagements

Snorkeling Gear
Yes
Ice, Soda, Water
Not Included
Food/Snacks
Not Included
Number of paddleboards
2
Paddleboards
Yes
Inflatable Extras
No
Boat type
Power
Fishing Gear
No
Tender
No
Local Cruising Fuel
Fuel is included at low speed inside Ria Formosa
Languages Spoken
English, Portuguese
Crew
Skipper & Hostess Included
Alcoholic Beverages
Not Included
Towels
Not included
Model
41 Cranchi
Boat category
Cruiser

Les prix

Full Day Charter (8 Hours)
$739.26
Half Day Charter (4 Hours)
$505.58
Sunset Charter (2 Hours)
$393.23
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Faro

The largest city in southern Portugal, Faro is an often-overlooked gem with a rich history, culture and wide array of tourist opportunities. Most travelers generally use the Faro International Airport as a gateway to southern Portugal, but visitors who spend time here experience a truly captivating city with an abundance of Portuguese charm and so much more to enjoy. By chartering a boat from here, you’ll have access to this incredible city along with the many fantastic destinations in the region.

A Different Taste of Algarve. Algarve is Portugal’s southern region and a tourist hub known for its countless seaside resorts and on the standard tourist track for both Americans and Europeans on summer holiday. Since most people just transit through the city, it is much calmer and gives you a more authentic taste of the area than some of the other holiday destinations in the region. It’s a local style city with plenty of open-air cafes, markets and charming old buildings that form the perfect backdrop for its lovely, mild summer weather.

Access the Hidden Beaches. The best beaches of Portugal can only be accessed one way and that is by boat. Not far from Faro’s marinas, you can unlock some of the most charming beaches in the country and more often than not, have your own private escape even in the height of tourist season! The best thing is to head to the Praia de Faro Beach and continue heading out on your adventure from there.

Get Ready for Some Mediterranean Fun. Faro offers a fun alternative to the more touristy beaches of both Portugal and Spain. Since the region is quieter, you can find much better spots for a little fishing, snorkeling, diving or just adventure. Heading along the coast, you discover some coves and inlets which make the perfect place for a little nap in the warm, Mediterranean sun.

A Taste of Portugal and So Much More. Faro is a mixing point of many cultures. Located close to Spain, Morocco and along the sailing routes of the Mediterranean, its cuisine offers a unique blend of local and international flavors. You can try the regional specialty Feijoada, a thick bean stew with bacon, pork and sausage and have a truly hearty meal or enjoy Cataplana which is a light clam dish with Moorish influences. With so many great ingredients, Faro is a food lover’s paradise and you’ll have access to it all when you charter a yacht and explore the best of what Portugal has to offer.

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