1. New Year's Eve on Bavaria 46 Cruiser Sailboat Between the Gulf of Palermo and The Egadi Islands!
  2. New Year's Eve on Bavaria 46 Cruiser Sailboat Between the Gulf of Palermo and The Egadi Islands!
  3. New Year's Eve on Bavaria 46 Cruiser Sailboat Between the Gulf of Palermo and The Egadi Islands!

New Year's Eve on Bavaria 46 Cruiser Sailboat Between the Gulf of Palermo and The Egadi Islands!

Celebrate the arrival of the New Year at sea, on a sailing boat and in good company! Reserve now! Book the Bavaria Cruiser "Annù" for up to 18 people for dates December 30, 31, January 1, 2, 3, 2021. Rates starting from €410 per day. Rates: • Full Day: €410 What You Can Expect: We will be sailing aboard our beautiful 46 foot long Bavaria Cruiser "Annù" that can take up to 18 people for day cruise and sleep up to 8 people. This sailboat lay out 4 spacious cabins with 3 bathrooms, 8 beds plus skipper. The Cruise - December 30, 31 of 2020 to January 1, 2, 3 of 2021 A "Scuola di Vela & Vacanza" cruise aimed at all those who love the sea and sailing and who want to celebrate the arrival of the new year in a different way, away from noisy parties, "forced" celebrations and crowds of squares. We are not in the Caribbean but in any case in a land that even in winter offers us very mild and pleasant temperatures that will allow us to spend a sparkling cruise sailing between the Gulf of Palermo and the Egadi Islands, without excluding an out of season dive! Itinerary: • Wednesday 30 December Arrival of the participants by 6.00 pm at the nautical base of Marina di Acquasanta in Palermo, assignment of the cabins and arrangement of the luggage, welcome cocktail and then off, all to do the shopping for the provisions of galley and New Year's Eve dinner. In the evening, weather permitting, we will be able to leave the berth from the Marina and spend our first night of cruising at anchor in the Mondello bay where we will prepare a dinner on board to begin to get to know and become familiar with our new cruise companions. • Thursday 31 December When we wake up, after breakfast, we will sail anchor to begin our navigation, which will see us pass by the various locations of the Gulf of Palermo starting from Capo Gallo and then via, via, the Isola delle Femmine, Punta Raisi, Terrasini and then we will head to Castellammare del Golfo, where we will approach for the Riserva dello Zingaro and we will leave again for lunch in Scopello, under the famous Faraglioni. In the afternoon, with a short navigation, we will reach San Vito Lo Capo, where we will moor in the well-equipped Marina Sanvitese and after a sumptuous and well-deserved aperitif on board, we will start the preparation of the dinner that we will enjoy, in the cockpit, outdoors under the stars., • Friday 1 January Calmly, when we wake up, we will say goodbye to San Vito Lo Capo, its Caribbean beach and Monte Monaco and ........., as they say "those who sail on the first of the year, sail all year round" ! Not quite so, but we adapt it to our needs! However, with a nice and auspicious sailing under the coast of Mount Erice, we will enter the Marine Park of the Egadi Islands, heading to the island of Levanzo where we will moor in the small port for a short visit to the very characteristic village. Lunch on board in the bay in front of Levanzo and the more courageous can take a dip in the sea. In the afternoon, we will sail to the island of Favignana where we will moor in the port and it will be possible to go ashore for a coffee or a cannoli in one of the colorful bars in the center of the island. • Saturday 2 January In the early hours of the morning, weather permitting, your skipper will give you a little surprise! He will leave the moorings from the port of Favignana and give his crew the opportunity to have breakfast in a truly special setting, Cala Grande! A bay where the colors of the seabed vary from blue, to green, to turquoise, in a frame of typically Mediterranean coast and vegetation even in winter. After breakfast, we will take a long sail in the direction of San Vito Lo Capo, during which all the crew will be able to collaborate in the maneuvers on board, according to the wintch and the adjustment of the sails and during which whoever wants to, can try the real steering of the boat, according to the helm. For lunch time, we will reach Cala del Saraceno, before San Vito Lo Capo, where we will give anchor for the stop at anchor. In the afternoon, still sailing along the Riserva dello Zingaro, we will reach Castellammare del Golfo, a town which, with its stairways overlooking the sea, with its square-terrace from which you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Gulf of Palermo, still retains all the characteristics of a seaside village and after having moored in the center of the town, we can go ashore for an ice cream, a granita or an aperitif. In the evening we can decide to dine in one of the restaurants or pizzerias (with fair prices) on the seafront or by boat. with its square-terrace from which you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Gulf of Palermo, it still retains all the characteristics of a seaside village and after having moored in the center of the town, we can go ashore for an ice cream, a granita or an aperitif. In the evening we can decide to dine in one of the restaurants or pizzerias (with fair prices) on the seafront or by boat. with its square-terrace from which you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Gulf of Palermo, it still retains all the characteristics of a seaside village and after having moored in the center of the town, we can go ashore for an ice cream, a granita or an aperitif. In the evening we can decide to dine in one of the restaurants or pizzerias (with fair prices) on the seafront or by boat. • Sunday 3 January When we wake up, we will resume navigation back to the nautical base of Palermo, heading towards Punta Raisi and if we are lucky, we will meet our friends Delfini, who almost always accompany us in this stretch of sea, as if to want us console from our melancholy for the return to reality in our daily "routine". Back at the nautical base of Palermo Marina di Acquasanta, the disembarkation of the participants, exchange of addresses, telephone numbers and greetings, hoping to see you soon on board, with our team. If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.

Captain is included.
A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
Capacity
8 guests
Sailing
Cruising Monohull
ES

Owner:Enzo

Features & Details

Length
46ft
  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Cabin
  • Toilet
  • Wheel steering
  • Bow Thrusters
  • Inboard Engine
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Single Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Generator
  • Head

Approximate Location

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The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

Full refund up to 30 days prior.

Additional Terms & Information

Here are some Rules and "etiquette" to know for those who take part in the cruise on a sailing boat. • Do not get on board with shoes unless otherwise indicated, especially on boats with teak decks • You do not smoke indoors and if you smoke outside, if possible put yourself downwind. • The skipper is a guest, it is not mandatory to invite him to the restaurant, but if you do it is the responsibility of the passengers • On board accommodation: the cabins of a sailboat can be double or bunk and this means that if you are a couple you will be assigned a double cabin while if you are single you will share the cabin with another person of the same sex. • No pets, bulky luggage, weapons, rifles and / or diving daggers, AR diving equipment and drugs are allowed on board • In case of voluntary interruption by the guest, there is no refund • For adverse weather and sea conditions, the cruise program may undergo changes during navigation which will be evaluated at the sole discretion of the skipper-captain. Extras The Extra costs of a cruise-school-holiday on a sailing boat are included in the GALLEY (purchase of food for the crew), in the Moorings in ports or marinas if different from the port of embarkation and disembarkation and in the fuel consumption of the boat. These three "items" may involve a total extra expense of about 12, maximum € 15 per person per day while cooking and enjoying great drinks! • The gallery: It is by the crew. Before the departure of the cruise, we go shopping all together taking into account any food incompatibilities or allergies. If everyone agrees, a common fund is created with which to meet all expenses. • Moorings: the costs of moorings in ports or marinas are divided among all the crew members, but if you prefer to spend the night in the harbor under the stars… ..Zero cost! • Fuel Consumption: we are on a sailboat and fuel consumption is very low. Upon returning to the port, at the end of the cruise, refueling is refueled and the expense is divided between all the crew members. What to bring? Bring sunglasses, high protection sunscreen, rock shoes, hat, flip flops, multifunction sarong, a sweatshirt or fleece suit, a windproof waterproof jacket or jacket, a backpack for hiking, a waterproof case for mobile phones (which have a fatal attraction for the sea !!), two or three costumes and some T-shirts. For everything else, ask your skipper, he will be able to advise you! What not to bring? Rigid suitcases, umbrellas (bring bad luck), iron, long pants, sweaters, shirts and heavy jackets, high-heeled shoes and precious jewels Don't give up your holiday for seasickness, if you know it, you manage it! Seasickness in a boat it is caused by the waves and unexpected variations that our body is not yet used to accept. Mind you, I said "not yet". Nausea it is nothing more than an imbalance of the inner ear where organs entrusted to the control of balance are housed. Waving on a boat can overload the sensory activity of these organs which then send irregular signals to the brain. A question of habit then, attitude, except for rare chronic cases on which obviously I do not pronounce myself. Seasickness shouldn't be scary, just take small measures before our body gets used to it. Don't leave for this reason so it's really a waste of life lived. So if you think you are ill, follow these tips: • at breakfast it is better not to drink milk, liters of juice or eat donuts of cream. Better a lemon tea rather than dry biscuits. • during the day make small meals based on crackers, bread, rusks, bread sticks, anchovies for those who like them or pretzels. In short, don't stay on an empty stomach. • do not drink in hot weather dehydrates and weakens. So don't forget to always have a bottle of water on hand and drink it in small sips, not all in one gulp. • do not overeat at lunch, avoid too much fat and do not overdo it with alcohol • sucking on a piece of crystallized ginger is a very effective remedy. Like cocculus, marjoram and sesame seeds. Natural but effective remedies - do not get cold, so cover yourself before you feel it - as soon as you feel something wrong do not wait any longer, immediately eat something dry and lie down in the lowest and central point of the boat, possibly on your stomach closing the eyes. Try to relax, take a deep breath and try to sleep without thinking about anything. If you can't stay below decks, do the same thing out in the cockpit - being at the helm or chatting is distracting. Do it always and in any case immediately as soon as you feel the sensation, I repeat, do not wait beyond the first symptom. After it gets late. • don't be a hero. If you feel bad who cares, free yourself (downwind). The best have already tried it and no one is excluded. • Medical remedies and anything that can be used to rest assured there are, such as scopolamine, examine or travelgum. Antihistamine remedies obviously cause some dryness, drowsiness and visual disturbances. Each of these has principles that must be verified in the pharmacy, however, based on your state of health. Even the bracelet works for some, which must be placed a few centimeters above the wrist. In short, remember that it is just a matter of giving the body time to get used to it. After that, everything will be absolutely accessible and fun, even cooking while sailing at 40 ° inclines and with waves of two meters. Tried, it works!

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