6. Rhodes: Catamaran Cruise with Meal, Snacks & Swim Stops
The largest catamaran in the entire Dodecanese!
Designed by the esteemed Shuttleworth Design in England and fully refit in 2021, providing you with your state-of-the-art sailing experience for the summer. Whether you sit on the comfortable and shaded sofas around the dining tables aft or the elegant side benches, whether you lie on the spacious decks enjoying the sun or - the best seat in the house - the trampolines just above the sea, feel like an authentic movie star!
Relaxed seating is also provided indoors in the air-conditioned lounge, by our fully equipped bar! Dive safely, with the fabulous bow swimming ladder with the underwater platform, swim in the most beautiful beaches of the island and then enjoy your refreshing shower on board, an experience no other yacht can offer.
Discover Rhodes Island with the luxurious and majestic 70' Pegasos Catamaran. Embark on the cruise you deserve and create unforgettable memories partying, sunbathing, dining and relaxing whilst sailing along the mesmerizing coasts of Rhodes and enjoy swimming in the crystal clear waters of the world-famous beaches. Let our professional and experienced crew take you on the highlight of your vacation!
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this product
Stop At: Tsambika Beach, Greece
Tsambika beach is long and broad with fine, golden sand and dozens of colourful little flags marking out the various eating establishments and beach sports centers. Tsambika is one of the most beautiful beaches on Rhodes.
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Stop At: Anthony Quinn Bay, Faliraki Greece
This lovely inlet and beach sits adjacent to the already listed Ladiko Beach. It is where several scenes were filmed for the "Guns of Navarone" motion film, which featured the actor Antony Quinn, hence its name.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Afandou Beach, Afandou 851 03 Greece
Endless in length and very wide beach, with sand and fine pebbles. One of the longest beaches of the island with crystal clear waters. The same beach at its beginning is called Traounou or Traganou coast, in the middle it is called Afandou beach and at its edge, Plaka.
Duration: 45 minutes