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Enjoy the unforgettable sailing Moments among friends in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Charter the 45 feet "Sagarana" Sailboat for up to 15 person. Rate starts at R$2,500 per day. Rate: • R$2,500 per day Includes: • Water • Fruit salad • Fuel • Skipper What You Can Expect: Sailing experience in rio de janeiro for those who want more of the sea! Tour in Itaipu On this boat trip we will go through the sights of Guanabara Bay and Sugar Loaf and will follow the oceanic beaches of Niterói to the beach of Itaipu where diving, service aboard the restaurants and the sunset make all the difference. Guanabara's Bay (2 hours minimum) The boat ride in the tranquil sea of Guanabara Bay reminds us of the historical importance of Rio de Janeiro to Brazil with landscapes with the face of the carioca. Praia do Flamengo, Botafogo Beach, Urca, Rio-Niterói Bridge and beaches of Adam and Eve make this tour a great option for those who want to enjoy calm waters, eat, drink and of course, have fun! Cagarras Archipelago (4 hours minimum) The appointment of Natural Monument of the Cagarras Archipelago created as a unit of Conservation of Integral Protection already summarizes the importance of this ecological paradise. Seagulls, Frigates, Hawks, Egrets and Biguás decorate the sky while dolphins, fish, starfish and turtles in the sea make fun in diving. Tourist points included: Guanabara Bay, Sugar Loaf, Red Beach, Leme, Copacabana and Ipanema. Paquetá The way to get to Paquetá is worth the ride! Sailing through the Guanabara Bay and seeing Rio de Janeiro from this charming island where time is relative, or seems not to pass, makes us feel different. As it is forbidden to drive cars, ride buggies and rent bicycles are some of the island's options, as well as the famous shrimp risotto from the Yacht Club Paquetá Ilha Grande Bay This is one of the options with overnight stay on board or in inn with interaction with nature, waterfalls, restaurants and in the evening, the starry sky! In Big Island Bay we have many options. A generous amount of islands that add up to 365 and many possibilities of overnight with sheltered waters, a difficult amount to see on another Brazilian coast with some of the beaches considered the most beautiful in the country! Inclusive experiences • Basics of sailing • Anchoring • Meteorology • Purchase of sailboats and the nautical market • Negotiations with the tide, ripples and wind • Rizo (decrease sail area) • Corricar • Overnight and cook on board • Teamwork • View of the stars with sky map • Stand up paddling • Snorkeling • Use of support boat • Rationing of energy and water Routing opportunities • Rasa Island • Pai and Mother Island • Girl Island • Maricás Islands • Cagarras Archipelago • Tijucas Islands What To Expect Onboard: The Sagarana is an MB45 boat considered by some specialists the best boat ever built in Brazil. By combining sailing performance and great comfort, it was a blue ribbon in the main regattas of the Brazilian coast, besides having in the project curriculum until around the world. The boat designed by Judel & Vrolich has capacity to receive 15 people sailing during the day and 7 for the night. With its 45 feet, the Sagarana has a refrigerator, full kitchen, air conditioning, boiler, inverter, diving equipment, stand-up board, boat with engine and modern electronic navigation equipment. It is safety and fun on a calm sailing trip. The name Sagarana did not sink easily. He almost called himself Gota, an inspired idea from the movie Samsara, where he asks himself "how do you make a drop never dry?" Despite having 'put it on the sea' as a symbolic answer, it could be confused with the name of a disease. In this way, the name of the boat was born even from Guimarães Rosa's book. First, it was going to be "Third Margin", title of a text of the writer, but it would be complicated to speak in the Radio of communication. Third Margin, Third Margin in the listening !!! Thus was born Sagarana, more sonorous, is a neologism created by Guimaraes of a mixture between two radicals of different languages: "saga" and "frog". The first one has Hungarian origin that means "heroic song" or "legend". The second word has Tupi origin and means "in the way" or "in the manner of." Like the book, the name of the boat would mean "in a heroic or legendary way." 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.
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