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Catamaran Caldera Classic Cruise

Highlights
  • 5-hour catamaran cruise in Santorini
  • Swim at colorful Red Beach
  • Soak in natural volcanic hot springs
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Catamaran Caldera Classic Cruise
From US$166.44
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Day CruiseMost Popular
Our Day Cruise offers you a unique chance to admire Santorini's beauty, sailing along the deep blue waters of the island. Starting from the Red Beach for a swim, followed by sailing to the White Beach
US$166.44
Sunset Cruise
The Sunset Cruise will exploit your senses, not only because of the imposing beauty of the Caldera, while sailing the sea route from Red Beach, the White Beach, the Black Mountain and the Hot Springs,
US$166.44
Overview
On this 5-hour catamaran cruise, experience Santorini’s famous beauty the way it was meant to be seen — from the water! Swim and sun at the island’s vibrant Red Beach, and soak all your cares away in a natural volcanic hot spring. Santorini’s ancient caldera provides an epic backdrop for a fresh Grecian lunch served onboard, complete with unlimited wine and beer to help you on your way to total island bliss.
What to Expect
Sleep in if you like, and be ready for midmorning pickup at whatever destination suits your travel itinerary — your hotel, the airport, the cable car station, or Vylchada port. Climb aboard a comfy catamaran and set sail for a scenic cruise around Santorini’s naturally stunning highlights.

The first stop is the island’s distinctive Red Beach, where mineral deposits create a vivid palette of rust-colored rock and sand against the cool turquoise of the Aegean. Following a 20-minute swimming break here, continue on toward the Indian Rock landmark, a striking jagged cliff that resembles a face in profile.

When the catamaran reaches the caldera formed by the ancient eruption of Santorini, drop anchor and disembark for a swim in natural volcanic hot springs. Soak your troubles away in the shadow of the dormant volcano, and then climb back aboard for a freshly prepared lunch. Enjoy a generous spread of seafood, chicken fillet, and salads while also savoring unmatched volcano views. Top it off with unlimited beer, wine, and soft drinks served throughout the day.
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1 - 5 of 13 reviews

Reviewed today via mobile
GeorgeK made our trip! 👍🏽👍🏽👍🏽

We done the classic sunset tour with 16 people...both my wife and I were very impressed. We were picked up on time and greeted by GeorgeK who was absolutely brilliant. He was on time and very friendly. We went on the infinity catamaran, which was...More

Thank Paresh M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Our best on Santorini was our day on the water with Caldera Yachting

The excellent service began before we were on the boat with easy pickup from our hotel and transport to the marina. My wife and I booked a private traditional sailboat for the entire day (9am-9pm) which was a bit more expensive than we had planned...More

Thank Joe J
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Happy moments!!!

We had a great time. Unique views of the caldera and the different beaches. The swimming in the waters at the volcano and later at the place that we moored for eating very enjoyable. Recommend to anyone, excellent cruise and crew, skipper Lambros very professional.

Thank Mario C
Reviewed 19 July 2018 via mobile
Excellent

Just back from Caldera cruise. An excellent day, first class crew and great value. Would do again next time in Santorini.

Thank Brian G
Reviewed 16 July 2018 via mobile
Sunset Tour

We had literally the best afternoon and evening EVER! The crew on board Infinity were amazing, a real credit to the company. Catermeran was beautiful, what a boat! The food was amazing too. Overall, a truely amazing trip, thank you all.

Thank Sarah S
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