The perfect morning cruise on a Lagoon Catamaran

Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours in Santa Catarina

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Start your day in Lisbon in a completely different way: take your breakfast / brunch with a sailor aboard a super-comfortable catamaran.Indulge yourself with a complete menu: bread, cakes, yogurts, cheeses, sausages, fruits, cereals, hot and cold drinks ... in a varied selection so that you can all get your ideal meal.While enjoying your meal, we will sail along the river for you to know the wonderful view of Lisbon from the river and its most emblematic riverside monuments.The ideal opportunity to share experiences with a local, enjoy the sights and a perfect meal.It will be a perfect start to the day!
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStarting pointPass By: Docas de Santo Amaro, Lisbon, Lisbon District, Central PortugalThe tour will sail from Doca de Santo Amaro, in Lisbon, right next to the 25 de Abril bridge.Completed in 1966, this suspension Bridge, was named after the dictator Salazar, and its name was changed after the revolution of April 25.Pass By: Torre de Belem, Lisbon, Lisbon District, Central PortugalWe will pass next to the Maat museum, this is the opportunety for you to know the river perspective of this new Lisbon point of attractionPass By: MAAT - Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Lisbon, Lisbon District, Central PortugalThis monument evokes Portugal's overseas expansion, synthesizes a glorious past and symbolizes the grandeur of the work of Infante D. Henrique the founder of the discoveries.Pass By: Padrao dos Descobrimentos, Lisbon, Lisbon District, Central PortugalBuilt in 1515 as a fortress to guard the entrance to Lisbon´s harbor, for the sailors it was the last sight of their homeland.At this point we will stop for a few moments, and head further for the south bank of the river.Pass By: Torre de Belem, Lisbon, Lisbon District, Central PortugalWe will go up the river on its right bank until Cristo Rei. The idea of the construction of the Monument to Cristo Rei comes in 1934, during a visit to Brazil by the then Cardinal Patriarch of Lisbon, D. Manuel Gonçalves Cerejeira.In total, about 40 thousand tons of concrete were used. After being built, it was carved by hand in a work of minutia, developed more than a hundred meters from the ground.Pass By: Santuario Nacional de Cristo Rei, Almada, Setubal District, AlentejoAnd we end in Doca de Santo AmaroPass By: 25 de Abril Bridge, Lisbon, Lisbon District, Central Portugal

What’s included

  • Breakfast - Brunch buffet with hot and cold drinks
  • Life Jackets
  • Insurance

What’s not included

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