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4.6 / 5
based on 4,279 reviews

Great food, refreshing swim stops and the perfect sunset view

This is a really great tour. First we stopped at Red Beach for a short swim stop to cool off while the staff prepared the barbecue. Lunch was delicious and you can help yourself to soft drinks, water, beer or wine all day (inclusive). I suggest eating a small snack before boarding the boat (we ate around 3.30pm). We had a longer swim stop during lunch and then sailed to the volcanic hot springs. Be aware that if you are pregnant or asthmatic you cannot do this swim stop because of the high sulfur content! Also, if you plan to swim, don’t wear a light coloured swimsuit as apparently the sulfur can stain. We finished off heading towards Oia and watching the sunset from the boat, then were dropped off at the Ammoudi harbour for the transfer back. Be prepared to spend around an hour in traffic if you visit in high season and aren’t staying in Oia. An alternative would be making an advance reservation at one of the restaurants in Ammoudi and making your own way back later.

Sun Set Sailing Tour in Santorini Reviewed by

So amazing, definitely a highlight of my trip to Santorini!

Everything about this trip was amazing! The staff were so lovely and professional.. always ready to lend a helping hand when able to. The boat was so clean and nice, and the staff were constantly cleaning throughout the trip of the day which was nice to see. Plenty of space for everyone to fit, not squishy or crowded at all, and plenty of space outside as well for tanning or sight seeing. The stop overs were awesome, snorkelling was definitely a favourite, got to see so many fish!! Lunch was amazing- I can't believe what a great lunch we got on the boat! We had skewers- the option of pork, chicken or veggie, along with greek salad, potato salad pita bread and dips. Such an amazing trip, great amount of time. Getting picked up from the accomodation was also very helpful- great bus, aircon, clean etc

The Santorini Catamaran Red Cruise with Meal & Drinks Reviewed by

A great way to see the volacano and the island of Santorini

Overall, this was a really good trip. The tour guide was very informative and helpful, but gave you plenty of time to explore things at your own pace. It's quite a long walk up to the top of the volcano, but the views from the top are pretty spectacular. The hot springs are a bit of a disappointment (and you have to jump off the boat and swim to them). The lunch stop at Thirassia was nice and it's worth the walk up to the top if you have the energy. The boat trip back was fairly relaxed and takes you past Oia and Thira on the way back to the port.

Volcanic Islands Cruise with Hot Springs Visit Reviewed by

Great views and experience, not a filling dinner

The sunset is great, the swimming is fun, but the food was not a meal. Either come having eaten or plan on getting food after. Also, there is water and soft drinks but the wine is cheap stuff from a box - not exactly screaming luxury. The boat is clean and the crew is friendly, but you’re really paying to not have a ton of people with you, which is nice.

Santorini: Luxury Sunset Cruise Reviewed by

Incredible food, fabulous crew, ideal day!

We were lucky to find we were the only guests on the boat. Particularly amazing as other boats we saw were packed. The food was absolutely incredible, with at least 7 different homemade greek dishes prepared on the boat. So delicious...we felt like royalty! Book with this provider - Brama Catamarans. A truly great experience from start to finish!

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