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Come! Sail away with us on a memorable voyage.You will board our authentic Brigantine Thalassa at the picturesque old port of Fira.We will set sail for the small port of the volcano. When we arrive your guide will lead you up to the rim of the...more
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We were picked up from our apartment and took right to the port where we were on the boat in moments, it was a very clean wooden boat that looked absolutely stunning upon getting there we were greeted by the staff who were all really...More
This is a must go tour! We took the thalassa ship! The crew was fantastic and the guide was top! Not crowded so you have space for relax and enjoy!! Visit to the vulcano, swimming in the hot springs, dinner on board (very good meal),...More
What a wonderful experience we had on this trip...everything was perfect,the crew the guide Christina was so knowledge and so enthusiastic,the lunch the sax player,we couldn’t fault a thing.A small hiccup when the Captain went to anchor for the hot springs swimming the mooring had...More
I booked this cruise after reading online reviews and am so happy we did. We took our 8 year old son and he was engaged the whole time. He loved climbing up the volcano and learning about it. He loved swimming in the sea and...More
My family and friends thoroughly enjoyed this trip. We loved the walk to the volcano, the swimming and the food. Made even more magical with the sounds of George Michael being played by the saxophonist. My only recommendation is for drinks to be provided for...More
We had so much fun on this tour! We were worried because the guy at our hotel said it wasn’t anything special and we should do the catamaran instead. We had already paid for this and decided to go anyways. What an amazing day! You...More
This was not a bad sunset dinner cruise. My family and I enjoyed it. But it could have easily been better. Here's the pluses and minuses.
Pluses; nice boat that's not a catamaran, happy and pleasant hostess/cruise director, good tour of the volcano with knowledgeable...More
I booked the cruise after a friend recommendation, and it was amazing as she said.
I like it that the ship is medium size, intimate and yet have private space for everybody.
The food was ok, the guidance were very good, all the information about...More
This boat cruise was EVERYTHING that I had hoped for! I rented out the private boat for my pre-wedding event, and my guests had an absolute blast. It was the perfect way to swim in the amazingly blue waters of Santorini (jumping off the boat...More
I think that this depends on where you are staying and which cruise you do. We stayed in Perissa (on the other side of the island) and did the sunset cruise and we were picked up at 1:00. I do suggest that you communicate... More
I think that this depends on where you are staying and which cruise you do. We stayed in Perissa (on the other side of the island) and did the sunset cruise and we were picked up at 1:00. I do suggest that you communicate with the company the day before your cruise. All of the cruise line actually contracts with other transportation companies for transport. Sometimes they have been known to get mixed up and miss people. Hope this helps. Enjoy your cruise.
Short answer is no. Long answer is definitely not. Here's the reasons. 1)Long surface swim. You still have to propel yourself approximately 100 to 150 yard to get to the spring. The noodles will keep you afloat, but makes it... More
Short answer is no. Long answer is definitely not. Here's the reasons. 1)Long surface swim. You still have to propel yourself approximately 100 to 150 yard to get to the spring. The noodles will keep you afloat, but makes it harder to move forward in the water because now you have to propel yourself and the swimming noodle. 2)Deep water. If you don't swim and get separated from your noodle, you will drown and die. 3)Don't expect a rescue. I did not see any dinghies in the water to rescue people having trouble. Also there may be over 100 people around you. The boat crew cannot keep an eye on that many people. 4) You won't enjoy it. While it's a highly hyped part of the cruise, it really is not THAT big of a deal. There's only a couple of degrees difference between the spring water and the surrounding water. If they hadn't told me about the "warm water " spring, I wouldn't have noticed it. I enjoyed the swim more than the spring. My wife and in-laws don't swim and didn't go in, and they had a blast on board the boat, doing things that they enjoyed more. So, to sum it up, yes do the cruise, it was fun. If you don't swim, skip the spring.
The rate without transportation is 70€ per person and including transportation 80€ per person. We are happy to inform you that we do have availability for the next two days! Please contact us through email for... More
The rate without transportation is 70€ per person and including transportation 80€ per person. We are happy to inform you that we do have availability for the next two days! Please contact us through email for more informations! You will find our email address right here on our Trip Advisor page!