No, we will provide you with masks and snorkels, and fins. If you wish to bring your own, that's absolutely fine too!
Our cruise is designed for everyone, young and old. We recommend the snorkel activities for ages 4 and over, but infants and babies are welcome too - swimming vests are provided.
The boat can accommodate 20 guests. There may well be less than that on board for your cruise, but even with 20 people there is plenty of space for everyone :)
Your ticket includes the use of snorkel equipment, lunch and drinks* throughout the cruise.
*local wine, beer, soft drinks and water
Our boat, the Agios Nikolaos, is well-equipped for your day at sea. There is comfortable, cushioned seating on board, with a sunshade covering the entire deck. There is a toilet, too.
If the forecast for the day of your cruise is for bad weather (wind or rain) and the cruise is cancelled, we will offer you an alternative date, or a refund.
Yes, we offer a full refund if you cancel with more than 48 hours notice. Cancellations with 24-48 hours notice are eligible for a 50% refund. Cancellations with less than 24 hours notice are not eligible for refund.
If you’re sure that you want to book a cruise, but not sure exactly which day, no problem! Just click here!. You can contact us after you make your reservation if you want to reschedule it.
Yes we do - if you provide us with 48 hours notice of any allergies or special dietary requirements (for you or someone in your group), we will work with you to make sure you are all catered for on board.
Yes, in certain circumstances, we do! Contact us for further information.
We can arrange, for an extra charge, a transfer from your accommodation to Nidri port, if you wish (taxi or minibus for larger groups)
We are based in the port in the town of Nidri, on the east coast of Lefkada. Click here for a map showing our exact location.
The sea temperature can range from 17 degrees at the beginning of the season (May), and tends to warm up steadily throughout the summer to a high of 27 degrees in August and September.
Yes, but not the scary ones :) There have been very, very rare sightings of basking sharks, thresher sharks, and dogfish, none of which are considered dangerous to humans.
Yes, yes we do.