Malaga Boat Trip | Malaga Sunset Boat Trip

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Details

Price

Price

13 €

Duration

Duration​

1 Hour(s)

Languages

Languages

Spanish, English

Meeting Point

Where

Muelle Uno, Malaga

Schedules

Schedules​

19:00h

Price

13 €

Duration

1 Hour(s)

Languages

Spanish, English

Meeting Point

Schedules

19:00h

Overview

Are you planning a visit to Malaga and looking for a rewarding experience on Malaga’s coastlines? Then come and join us on Malaga Boat Trip for the perfect blend of relaxation, adventure, and splendid views. Whether you are a nature enthusiast, a photography lover, or simply seeking a peaceful escape, our boat trip will ensure your comfort and enjoyment throughout the journey.

1. Detailed Program

Our Malaga Boat Trip begins at the port of Malaga, specifically at Muelle Uno, where you will be warmly welcomed on board our comfortable and well-equipped catamaran. We offer various departure times, such as 14:00 and 19:00, giving you the flexibility to select a time that suits your schedule. To ensure precise departure time and availability on your desired day, we recommend contacting us in advance. Whether you prefer an adventurous afternoon or a relaxed evening, we have options available to cater to your preferences.

As you sail along the coast of Malaga, you will have the opportunity to witness the stunning vistas of Malaga’s golden beaches and majestic cliffs. In addition, we offer you a glass of vermouth on the first trip of the day. We highly recommend bringing your camera to capture the beauty of the Mediterranean Sea against the backdrop of the stunning Spanish coastline.

2. Why should I join the Malaga Boat Trip | Malaga Sunset Boat Trip?

Malaga, located on the stunning Costa del Sol in southern Spain, boasts a coastline renowned for its natural beauty. With pristine beaches, crystal-clear waters, and rugged cliffs, this region is a true heaven for sea lovers. Our Malaga Boat Trip offers you the opportunity to explore this picturesque coastline from a unique perspective.

Your safety is our top priority. Our catamarans are meticulously maintained and equipped with all the necessary safety features. Our experienced crew members are well-versed in emergency protocols and are always ready to assist you at any time. So sit back, relax, and enjoy your boat trip knowing that you are in capable and secure hands.

3. What is included in Malaga Boat Trip | Malaga Sunset Boat Trip?

  • – A 1-hour Catamaran trip along the coast of Malaga
  • – Stunning City Views from the Sea
  • – A glass of vermouth (on the first trip of the day)

4. Important information

We advise guests to read the following information carefully before joining our boat trip:

  • – Children from 0 to 3 years old are free
  • – Children from 4 to 12 years old: 9 €
  • – People from 13 to 64 years old: 13 €
  • – Seniors of +65 years old: 11 €
  • – The price may vary depending on the season.
  • – If you do not book online, it is mandatory to call, text, or send us an e-mail to get a confirmation.
  • Be present at the scheduled meeting point 30 minutes prior to departure.
  • – Our team retains the authority to change the boat without prior notice.

5. Prepare for the activity

  • – Dress comfortably.
  • – From approximately October to April, it is advisable to wear warm clothes.
  • – If you are unsure about the possibility of experiencing seasickness, consider taking a motion sickness pill or chewing gum.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Are catamaran cruises suitable for children and families?

Yes, catamaran cruises are family-friendly and suitable for children. Malaga Boat Trip welcomes families on board and provides safety measures for kids. However, it’s advisable to check with the tour operator beforehand regarding special considerations for children.

2. What should I bring on the Malaga Boat Trip?

It’s recommended to bring sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses, a towel, swimwear, and a camera to capture the beautiful moments. Additionally, bring any personal items you may need, such as medication or extra clothing.

3. Are food and drinks provided during the catamaran cruise?

During the Catamaran cruise, food is not provided. However, if you book the first trip of the day, you will be treated to a free glass of vermouth on board.

4. Is it necessary to have prior sailing experience to go on a Catamaran cruise?

No, prior sailing experience is not necessary. Catamaran cruises in Malaga are designed to provide a relaxing and enjoyable experience for everyone, regardless of their sailing knowledge or skills. Professional crew members will be on board to navigate the catamaran and ensure your safety.

5. What happens in case of bad weather?

In the event of bad weather, catamaran cruises may be rescheduled or canceled for safety reasons. It’s always a good idea to contact the tour operator before your scheduled departure to confirm the status of the cruise and any alternative arrangements.

6. What can I expect during the Malaga Boat trip?

During a Catamaran cruise in Malaga, you can expect a leisurely sail along the stunning coastline, taking in panoramic views of the sea and the city. You’ll have the opportunity to relax on the deck and indulge in delicious onboard refreshments.

7. What should I do if I start experiencing seasickness during the Malaga Boat trip?

Not everyone experiences seasickness while traveling on a boat, but if you do feel seasick during a catamaran cruise, there are several things you can try. First of all, it’s crucial to inform the crew members about your seasickness. They can provide additional assistance or suggestions to make you more comfortable. For instance, you can try relaxation techniques such as deep breathing, meditation, or listening to calming music to distract your mind and reduce the anxiety associated with seasickness. In addition, it is recommended to find a stable spot on the boat. Moving towards the middle of the catamaran where there is less motion can help stabilize your senses and reduce nausea. Another method to reorient your senses and alleviate the sensation of motion is to focus on the horizon or a fixed point on the shore. It is also important that you stay hydrated throughout the Malaga Boat trip as dehydration can worsen seasickness symptoms.

Meeting Point

Muelle Uno, Malaga

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Malaga Boat Trip; Some people laying and relaxing at the white catamaran floating on the sea in Malaga, Spain during sunny summer day.

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