Sunset Fishing Trip with Dinner and Drinks
Hop on a fishing trip in Southern Santorini, filled with breathtaking views of the island’s shores. Enjoy the sea life around you and learn how to catch fish with this all-inclusive ship tour!
This sea trip has a total duration of 5.5 hours and can host up to 10 participants per group. There will also be an experienced live tour guide aboard, fit for English, Greek, and Arabic speakers.
Should you entertain a fishing day, the starting point for your expedition is at the harbor of Vlychada. Observe as the ship crew pulls the previous-day shrimp nets inside, showing last night’s catch!
You will sail past the famous Red Beach, White Beach, and Black Beach, all offering uniquely stunning coast views, or enjoy jaw-dropping landscapes, such as the Indian face Rock. Between the sightseeing, you may anchor and dive in the Aegean sea or even snorkel around the ocean life.
Furthermore, you will have the chance to listen to Greek traditional music while on board, or grab a rod and keep fishing! The usual catch is Rockfish and Breams, possibly even a Barracuda. The crew can provide you with lines and bait, so ask them to supply you with the necessary equipment. Also, you may help in the kitchen preparation before the dinner is served (the crew can make vegetarian and kids meals upon prior request). Finally, enjoy a fully-fledged dinner and an open bar for unlimited local drinks. As you return to your starting point, you might have a glimpse of the Santorini sunset as well.
The trip may provide you with snorkeling equipment, more fishing equipment and live bait, clean towels, necessary first aid equipment, plus full insurance for the duration of the trip.
The crew will need your passport or ID card to let you in on this brief cruise, but they also suggest you have a casual pair of shoes, a sun hat, a jacket, and a swimsuit.
Lastly, children wanting to attempt fishing can only do so with help from their parents or an adult. The captain may also assist parents and kids on how to properly use a rod and bait. Please ask before you touch fish? some may be dangerous.