Syracuse Half-day
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Half day in a private boat from Syracuse

Half day boat trip in a dinghy, with a skipper, from Syracuse. Request to Book
  • Easy
  • Everyday
  • ITA - EN
  • Min: 1 Person
Offers details

This is your chance to spend a half day on a boat trip with an expert skipper who will safely guide you during your sailing experience.
Departing from the little port of Ognina, you will visit the Gulf of Asparano and the wonderful Arenella beach, where you can take a dip in the crystal clear waters. It's then time to visit the Protected Marine Area of Plemmirio, where you can go snorkelling or do some fishing on board. You will then sail south to the stunning Fontane Bianche bay of wonderful unspoilt inlets and caves, before arriving at the Marchesa beach. The final stop will be a little islet nearby, where you can take a dip, and with the help of the skipper, collect some seafood.

The dinghy is a 650 BWA with a 150hp Evinrude motor. On board you will find fresh fruit and water. The dinghy will be for your exclusive use and can host up to 8 people.

Boarding point: Porticciolo di Ognina (Syracuse).Hours: from 10.00 to 14.00 or from 15.00 to 19.00.

Included

Dinghy rental with skipper for half day. Water and fresh fruit. Fishing gear with electric reels. Snorkelling equipment. Fuel.

Not included

Everything that is not specified in the "included".

Equipment

The boat has all the permits required in order to be able to go snorkelling and fishing in the Protected Marine Areas of Syracuse.

How to reach us

Boarding takes place at the Porticciolo of Ognina (SR).

Booking terms and conditions

To make a reservation a prepayment of 20% of the total is required. The outstanding balance must be paid in cash on the day.

Terms of use

In the case of adverse weather conditions you will be able arrange another date based on your availability.

Cancellation policy

The amount paid at the time of booking is under no circumstances reimbursable.

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