Koutsomitis, Kounoupa & Red Rock ''max 12 persons''
Brunch: Cheese and cold cuts platter
Lunch: Shrimp spaghetti, Salad & Dessert
Drinks: Bottled Wine, Beers & Refreshments
Towels, Snorkelling Gear, Back Pack, WC & Shower Facilities, Music, Waterproof phone case , Use of GoPro camera , Sun Awning, Map with extensive info on the landmarks and destinations
Captain, Sailor, Crew & Fuel
Daily Trip Info
Be in a GROUP up to 12 Passengers
Departure Time : 11:00 am
Return Time : 18:00
Daily Trip Schedule
We commence our journey at 11am and our first stop is the island of St. Kyriaki with the island of Kounoupa being the final destination. During the trop you are provided with towels, water, refreshments and beer. Estimated time of arrival is 12 (noon) and we stay there until 13.30. At 13.00 we serve you the first light meal which consists of a cheese and cold cuts platter, local rusks (traditional crackers), jam, and dried fruit accompanied by bottled wine, beer and refreshments.
Next stop is the Koutsomitis island with 13.40 being the estimated time of arrival, staying there until 15.00. Here you will cherish the crystal-clear emerald waters by exploring every corner of the island by using the snorkelling gear that is provided for free by the crew. Our yacht is also equipped with a tender (additional boat) which is used to safely transfer you and your personal belongings to the beach.
Our next stop is the island of St. Fokas with an estimated time of arrival at 15.20, staying there until 16.00. A short stop is enough to have a change of scenery and enjoy the picturesque beach, which is considered as the best sandy beach that you will find in Astypalea.
Last stop the Red Cliff with an estimated time of arrival at 16.15, staying there until 17.30. A unique historical site where submarines used to hide away during the Second World War. Crystal-clear waters, caves and boulders for diving. While you are exploring the surrounding area, our crew is preparing your meal that consists of shrimp spaghetti and salad accompanied by bottled wine, beer, refreshments and of course dessert.