This semi-private, luxury catamaran cruise in Santorini, Greece is the ultimate route to relaxation. Starting from Vlychada and reaching the numerous beaches of Santorini along the way, the lobster and champagne luxury catamaran cruise offered five-star services, savoir-faire sunbathing opportunities, and stunning sunset spectacles, just to name a few.
While you can opt for a daytime scavenger, I decided to embark on the sunset experience because of its obvious beauty. This five-hour unique sailing experience here in Santorini, Greece was enjoyed by myself and 10 others (no overcrowding on board this yacht!). We found time to relax on deck, dance on deck, and dine on deck, all in the presence of the amazing white-washed views of Santorini’s personality.
To say that the vibes were simply spectacular would be an understatement. I found moments of inspiration, moments of romance, moments of elation and excitement, and moments of calm and tranquillity, all within the time of departure through to time to destination. It was amazing.
Because of its duration, we were all offered a five-star dining experience to pair with our celebratory and inclusive champagne. I personally opted for the sushi, however, other members indulged in lobster, salmon caviar, oysters, and sea bass. The options on the menu were simply to die for.
After the tour was complete, included in the price was a roundtrip transfer back to my mainstay. Once I arrived back to my bedroom, I couldn’t help but lay on my pillow, eyes to the ceiling, and reminisce in awe of the experience. I was relaxed, inspired, and excited for more, all in the same flow of feeling.
While I’ve been blessed to enjoy a number of spectacular experiences here in Santorini, I’d have to place this luxury catamaran cruise right at the top. It’s an experience to remember and one you won’t soon forget.
Double the enjoyment if you have a loved one to enjoy the moment with. Highly recommended if so. It may just take your relationship to new heights. Is it something in the air here in Santorini? Maybe, just maybe…