Enjoy this fantastic Gran Canaria half-day cruise on an accessible catamaran. Experience the Atlantic Ocean and see the amazing landscapes that it offers from a different perspective. This itinerary is a perfect combo of relax, fun and adventure!
The itinerary starts from Puerto Rico’s port cruising close to the coastline of the South West of Gran Canaria with its amazing views and beautiful weather. Secondly, the catamaran will take you to Port of Mogan, the beautiful fishing village, known locally as “Little Venice”. Then you will see the volcanic bay of “El Perchel” and/or Anfi del Mar or Tauro. The cruise includes refresh drinks, food, speedboat ride and swimming and snorkeling stop. From boarding to the luxurious sundeck, interior salon and toilet – the catamaran is created to be easily accessible for wheelchair users. In addition, visitors can enjoy an optional live music session on board and some discounted watersports during the stops.
This catamaran is 100% accessible for people with physical disabilities: it features a boarding bridge, toilet facilites, and adapted access to both front deck, back deck and inside salon.
The cruise is available morning time 10.00 to 14.00 during Winter or 09.15 to 13.15 during Summer or in the afternoon 14:30 to 18:30 from June to October. Furthermore, a morning cruise with live music is available on Friday.
Meeting point: Puerto Base, Puerto Rico, Gran Canaria
Starting time: Winter: 10.00, Summer: 09.15 or 14:30 from June to October
Duration: 4 hours
No penalty if cancelling at least 14 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure
50 percent fee if you cancel between 7 and 14 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure
100 percent fee if you cancel within 7 day(s) of the scheduled departure
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