Oceanbeat Daytime Catamaran
Setting off at 11:00, you will sail towards Cala Bassa, head to see a secret cave and then cruise to Cala Conta on the south-west coast of the island to see the incredible beauty of this strip of divine beaches.
You will stop a couple of times for a swim or to snorkel - great pit stops for splashing around in crystal-clear waters - whilst you work up your hunger for lunch. Or you can simply sunbathe on the deck and top up your tan.
A delicious menu full of local and healthy food awaits you on board. You will be treated to a home made paella made right before your eyes - a spectacle in itself. Served with lovely salad, there's fresh fruit after for dessert too.
For those that want to learn the secrets of how to make perfect paella and sangria, you can watch whilst both are being prepared to get a masterclass giving you some top preparation tips.
Soft Balearic tunes and music from the '80s will get you in the mood whilst your thirst will be kept quenched throughout the trip starting with a welcome glass of Prosecco to toast the voyage. Soft drinks and water are freely available. Other drinks and drink packs for beer and also long drinks and mojitos can be pre-purchased here or on board.
You will be back by mid afternoon giving you plenty of time to return to where you are staying and prepare for your night.
Available: from May to 27 September 2018
Meeting point: in front of Kiosk Bar at San Antonio's port (near the roundabout with the egg)
Departure time: 11:00 (Check-in: 10:30)
Returns time: 15:00
Duration of the excursion: approx. 4 hours
Price includes: welcome drink, healthy and local lunch and fresh fruit, soft drinks and water
Languages spoken: Spanish, English, German
Minimum age requirement: 1
Children aged 1 to 3: free
Children aged 4 to 16: 50% discount
Maximum participants per trip: 70
The following dates are already fully booked: 17.06, 21.06, 12.07.
May: 23, 30
June: 10, 14, 24, 28
July: 1, 5, 8, 15, 19, 22, 26, 29
August and September: every Thursday and Sunday
Client should advise if they are vegetarian.
Clients cannot bring their own food and drinks on board.
In unfavourable sailing conditions you will be taken instead to Cala Salada and the unspoilt Islas Margaritas in the north of the island. Both experiences are pure gold.
Recommendations: sun cream, sun hat, sun glasses, swimwear, towel, camera, a jacket or cardigan and if you get sick at sea get yourself some Biodraminas, the local Spanish brand for sea and travel sickness from one of the local pharmacy shops (always indicated with a green cross).
Cancellation policy: If you cancel more than 48 hours in advance of your chosen date, you will be fully refunded. In case of bad weather conditions, the activity can either be rescheduled or refunded.