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Sunset Sailing Catamaran Cruise in Santorini with BBQ and Drinks

  • See the Santorini coast in the afternoon light and at sunset
  • Soak at the volcanic hot springs and take a mud bath
  • Swim and snorkel at top Santorini beaches
Sunset Sailing Catamaran Cruise in Santorini with BBQ and Drinks
From US$ 108.83
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Sunset Sailing Catamaran Cruise in Santorini with BBQ and Drinks
From US$ 108.83

Cap off an afternoon exploring the island’s spectacular coast on a catamaran sailboat by watching the sun set into the Aegean Sea. This Santorini sunset cruise includes a barbecue of fresh Greek cuisine served alongside locally produced wine or ouzo, and you’ll navigate past the lighthouse, Aspronisi, Akrotiri, and the caldera, with swim stops at the hot springs and white- and red-sand beaches.

What to Expect

Meet a driver at your hotel for transfer to Oia’s Ammoudi Port, where you’ll board a catamaran. Find a comfortable spot on deck with a glass of Santorini wine, ouzo, or a soft drink.

Your first stop is near the caldera cliffs and volcano, where you’ll drop anchor and visit the natural hot springs for a quick soak and mud bath. Follow a course along the coast toward the historic Santorini lighthouse. Keep your camera ready as you pass a formation known as Indian Face Rock.

Next, draw alongside a white-sand beach for swimming and snorkeling, with a multi-course Greek barbecue dinner (pork souvlaki, Greek salad, tzatziki, and stuffed grape leaves) served on board with unlimited drinks. Next, head to a red-sand beach for another swim.

Watch a Santorini sunset before returning to your original departure point and being driven to your hotel.

Reviews (169)
1 - 5 of 83 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Beautiful day on the water

The weather was perfect. The crew was friendly. The food was delicious. We had a wonderful, relaxing day on the water. Highly recommend.

Thank Erinkbailey
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Great cruise with lovely crew

Was a beautiful day for the cruise the wind stopped us going around to the red sand beach as the sea was rough but that didn’t change the experience! Free flow wine and beer with a lovely barbecue to finish it off. The crew knew...More

Thank Hugo D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Relaxing and Beautiful Day Cruise

It was rather a very windy day when we did this tour, so the captain had to adjust the itinerary. However, we really enjoyed the cruise. To really appreciate Santorini, one has to see all its beauties from the land/shoreline and from the sea, so...More

Thank Jane4Jayne
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Booze Cruise (not a romantic cruise)

This tour did not meet our expectations. We believed this would be a romantic cruise with multiple stops ending with a beautiful Oia sunset. The catamaran arrived late so we did not start on time... The hot springs? Nothing hot about them. The white and...More

1  Thank MattD4110
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile
Day Cruise

My husband and I went on the Sunset Oia day cruise. Even though the weather was cooler, we really enjoyed this trip. It was clear that the staff cared about our safety and wanted everyone to enjoy their experience. They were very friendly! You don’t...More

1  Thank Julie H
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9 October 2018|
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Response from Odyssey781089 |
Hi, I think the reason is because November is their winter time. We were there in October and almost every shop was closed down for the season because of the cold weather. We were surprised we could go on a cruise in... More
6 October 2018|
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Response from E7066CArachelr | Reviewed this property |
They have life vests
19 September 2018|
Response from Julie H | Reviewed this property |
We were picked up in Akrotiri which is quite far from the port.