1. Boating Cruise Vacation for 6 Person in Venice, Italy
  2. Boating Cruise Vacation for 6 Person in Venice, Italy
  3. Boating Cruise Vacation for 6 Person in Venice, Italy

Boating Cruise Vacation for 6 Person in Venice, Italy

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Visit and know the historical and culture of Venice, Italy! Book a Boating Vacation for 3-7 nights aboard 32' Canal Boat for 6 person. For around $1,930 USD per night and minimum booking of 3 nights, you can have an unforgettable days in Venice! Check several suggested routes below: Rates: • $1,930 USD per night (3 nights minimum) What is included in the rates? • Rental of the boat and its onboard equipment • A fully equipped kitchen • Towels and linen for all passengers • A boat handling demonstration prior to departure • Technical support • On-board maps and visitor information • Passage through locks What is not included in the rates? • Optional vacation extras • Boat damage waiver • Running costs (diesel, gas, engine wear and tear) - charged by the engine hour • Travel to and from the base(s) • Waterside services if you use them (i.e. moorings where a charge is applicable, pump-out if needed, water, etc) • Cancellation plan & any travel/personal insurance • Food and drink What You Can Expect: The waters of Veneto, Italy, are like two different sisters. Venice bustles with glitz and the action doesn’t stop. But there’s a quieter sister waiting to welcome you on river cruises in Italy, and she’s just as beautiful. Laid-back isles and seaside canals invite quiet times. Rivers thread inland to intriguing cities and towns, rounding out your vacation as you explore and relax! History More than 120 islands are ensconced within the beautiful Venetian Lagoon. Sand bars and barrier beaches protect the shallow waters from the open Adriatic, creating the largest wetlands in the entire Mediterranean and one of Europe’s richest habitats for birds and other marine life. Checking out a Veneto Italy map shows that Venice is more than just a premiere city. It’s a much larger area collectively designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. As you head north up the coast from Venice, you enter the Friuli region of Northeast Italy. This area is less traveled. On the way, you pass the Sile, Piave, Livenza and Stella rivers. Each is distinct in character, playing host to wetlands, woodlands and sandy beaches. The little cousins of the Venetian Lagoon create an idyllic setting, one that makes you want to linger and enjoy! Venice and Friuli Canal Perfect Boating Region Nature Lovers Nature trails around the lochs inspire you to go trekking amidst the pines. You might observe crossbill, redstart, tree pipit, golden eagles, peregrines and songbirds. Red deer and fox also live along the Caledonian Canal. To get off your sore feet, go horseback riding at Drumnadrochit! Fishing Picture yourself amidst Loch Ness surrounded with majestic mountains as you fish for the elusive salmon, or perhaps for the fighting Ferrox trout! Pike, charr and other fish lurk beneath the waters of the Caledonian Canal. Break out the rod on angling vacations in Scotland! History & Heritage Venice is a treasure trove of history and heritage! Include time for it in your history vacations, and then cruise to Murano for its glassware, Burano for its lace and Jesolo for its Villa Saccagnana. Tour Villa Pisani on the lovely Brenta Riviera! Swimming Relax in the warm sunshine on the golden beaches of Adriatic resorts! Take a dip in the sea to cool off or enjoy a refreshing swim in a pool! The waters of the Friuli region are particularly inviting for lagoon swimming. Grado should top your list! Golf First-rate golf clubs abound in Veneto, inspiring golf weekends on your canal boat cruises in Venice! Tee off at the Golf Club Villa Condulmer near Casale! It's a super 18-hole course set on a palatial estate! The course at Grado is one of Italy's best! Gastronomy Venice has its very own Italian gastronomy! Try rixoto de gäo (rice with fish), pasta e faxioi (bean soup with noodles), polenta e schie (fresh shrimp over white polenta) or fegato ala venesiana (chopped liver and onions). Of course, there's always pizza! NEW - Enjoy fantastic culinary experience by taking a cooking class with our partner Acquolina, a perfect way to taste a piece of the Italian cuisine & way of life! Route Suggestions To help you get an idea of how far you can travel in the time you have, here's a selection of routes to and from our bases in this region. You dont have to stop at all the places listed or follow the route exactly. So long as you return your boat to your end base by the date you've booked - you're free to enjoy your cruise however you like. For a comfortable pace, allowing you time to regularly stop and explore, we'd recommend an average of 2 - 4 hours cruising each day. Casale Return via Venice The magic of Italy enchants you, growing stronger by the moment! You guide your floating villa past Venice, taking in the impressive sight of St. Mark’s Square, and then you venture off to the Venetian islands where the pace is subdued and time seems to slow. A Venice river cruise on the Sile embodies the best of all worlds! • 10 hr(s) of cruising • 100.00 km • 2 locks • 3 nights Waterways • Casale • Murano • Burano • San Erasmo • Venice • Casale Casale Return via Venice & Chioggia & Jesolo You cruise down the River Sile, and an awe-inspiring sight captivates you. Islands spangle the blue waters north of Venice, beckoning you to visit Murano and Burano. Soon you’re tied up at a dock and dining on fresh seafood in an osteria (café/bar). You lift a glass of vino, knowing you’re having the time of your life on a canal boat in Italy! • 22 hr(s) of cruising • 140.00 km • 2 locks • 7 nights Waterways • Casale • Treviso-Casier • Torcello • Murano • Burano • San Erasmo • Venice • Chioggia • Jesolo • Casale Casale Return via Venice & Stra (Padua) Palatial villas line the manicured shores of the Brenta Riviera near Stra, presenting an ever-changing view of where Italy’s rich and famous dwell in luxury. You tour the Villa Pisani and your jaw drops! But you’re not done yet! When you boat in Italy, your vacation travels can include fabulous Venice with its myriad historic sites, chic shops and 5-star Michelin-rated restaurants! • 16 hr(s) of cruising • 200.00 km • 10 locks • 7 nights Waterways • Casale • Treviso-Casier • Torcello • Murano • Burano • San Erasmo • Venice • Oriago • Dolo • Stra • Padua • Casale Casale to Precenicco Threading the gentle rivers north of the islands in the Venetian Lagoon ushers you into an oasis of golden beaches where seagulls glide above the blue Mediterranean. You realise that a boat cruise in Italy can be so many things, and you’re happy for a laid-back vacation spent swimming, sunbathing, playing golf and enjoying the many amenities of Jesolo, Caorle and Bibione! • 30 hr(s) of cruising • 220.00 km • 2 locks • 7 nights Waterways • Casale • Jesolo • Caorle • Bibione • Lignano • Precenicco Must See in Venice and Friuli, Italy Venice Venice. A jewel of history and architecture. Experience one of the most beautiful place in the world, famous for its festivals and sailing along its numerous canals. Take a stroll downtown and discover the a plethora of gorgeous monuments. Don't forget your camera, you won't be able to put it down. Treviso-Casier Discover Treviso, an old medieval town where you can appreciate a good reprieve. Stop here to discover wonderfully winding streets, and then meander your way to a good restaurant where you can taste local specialties based on the radicchio, the red salad. Note: Treviso is not accessible by boat but can easily be reached by bike or taxi from Casier. Casale-sul-Sile Casale-Sul-Sile is a beautiful town aside Treviso that you may access by bicycle or car. Visit here the great natural park of Sile River and its marvelous landscapes ; a perfect mix between silence and beauty. Torcello Torcello is a welcoming island that used to be very important and populated in the past. Now, it is a peaceful island with beautiful monument to visit, such as the great basilica Santa Maria Assunta. Come here to find beauty and quietness. Burano In Burano, discover the painted houses made in an artistic mosaic style. You will also enjoy visiting the lace museums and manufactures. Don't forget to taste the Buraneo biscuit, irresistible, buttery little treat that is a staple on this island. San Erasmo San Erasmo is a peaceful and shining island, perfect for cycling. Along your ride, discover the Torre Massimiliana, an old stronghold built by Napoleon to defend the lagoon. Rest here along the unique beach of the lagoon, which is marvelous. A part of Venice's wine is made here. Why not taste it? Murano Murano is a wonderful city to visit. Come and appreciate the charming basilica Santi Maria e Donato, built in the seventh century. Stay a little to discover the particular local and colored architecture. You should stay here tonight: the canal banks are just marvelous during the night. Chioggia Chioggia is a small island also called 'Small Venice' because of its similarities. Discover this picturesque town and its all pedestrian town centre, where you will find numerous good restaurants with local specialities based on fresh fish. Oriago Oriago is the first town of the Brenta Canal from Venice to Padova. Discover here a particular building, the villa Pisani Malcontenta, designed by Andrea Palladio as a summary of the Palladian Style. Dolo Come to Dolo and discover its marvelous historical center with restored watermills, where small shops are selling food specialties. Have a walk along the pedestrian area, where there are many restaurants. You will also see old Venetian villas that you may visit. Stra Have a walk in the beautiful Stra, especially along the canal where you will see beautiful Venetian villas. The city is known for its villa Pisani La Nazionale, which is a national monument. 168 rooms are fully painted by Venetian famous artists, immersed into a big garden with monumental stables and a natural maze and a vast pool originally built in 1721 by the Venetian Doge Alvise Pisani. In the past, Napoleon lived here. Padua Come in Padova, a shining and verdant city, and discover San Antonio Cathedral, built in the 13th century in honor of the presence of Saint Antony. Have a walk across the Prato della Valle, a magnificent pedestrian round square close to an open air museum with all ancient sculpture adorning the water canals of the square. Jesolo Jesolo is one of the Italy's few unpretentious tourist resorts, humming with shops selling buckets and spades, neon arcades and crazy golf courses. The long beach is a firecracker of fun with events, games, sports, colours and lights and the prominade is a paradise for shopping fans, with small artisan workshops and large boutiques on what is allegedly Europe's longest pedestrianised shopping area. Caorle Travel to Caorle and chill out in its beautiful all pedestrian town center and its numerous painted houses and good restaurants. Here, you will have the great chance to walk along the lagoon and admire the wonderful landscapes. Concordia Sagittaria Concordia Sagittaria is a UNESCO World Heritage site and home to a feast of roman treasures and artifact – not least the amazing mosaic uncovered and on display near the center of town. Concordia makes for a pleasant and worthwhile detour with a lovely collection of good restaurants in the pedestrian area close to the moorings. Portogruaro 3 km from Concordia Sagittaria, and reachable by bike, Portogruaro is a charming town, with a big pedestrian area full of shops, bars and restaurants. You'll also enjoy the watermills, which have been fully restored and are in working order, and the traditional 'osteria' (typical venetian bars). And for those interested in the local history, don't miss the fascinating roman archeological museum. Bibione Bibione is a large seaside resort, and also a welcoming and nice medieval town to walk in. In front of the mooring, you will find restaurants and bars. A good occasion to have a relaxing walk along the shore. Lignano Famous as one of the best summer destinations in Italy for fun and entertainment, Lignano is packed with good facilities and amusements. Enjoy a day on the beach or take a walk along the river Tagliamento, with its crystal light blue water and pristine white sand which is carried by the river from the Carnia Alps. Precenicco Precenicco is a nice a welcoming town. Come in and discover its medieval town center, with its numerous restaurants and bars. Marano-Lagunare Marano Lagunare is a typical fisherman old town with a nice a restored millenary tower leading the skyline. You will find a nice fish market downtown. Discover here the particular Isola delle Conchiglie, a small island characterized by swampy vegetation and with a fish restaurant. This place is famous for the large presence of nice shells to catch! Aquileia Aquileia is a city full of archaeological areas. Moor here to have a walk among the numerous ancient ruins and discover its history and its great roman past. Grado Grado is joined to the mainland by a narrow strip of land, and has a graceful Venetian style historic town center. Here, you will have the chance to wander through the alleyways and squares flanked by picturesquely cluttered fishermen's houses... What To Expect Onboard: The spacious central saloon is equipped with a radio/CD player. The kitchen/galley has a stove, sink, and electric refrigerator. • Boat Size: 9.80 m x 3.70 m • 1 cabin with double bed and en-suite bath • 1 cabin with two single beds and separate bath • Settees in saloon becomes 2 additional single beds Interior and Saloon • The spacious central saloon is equipped with a radio/CD player. • The kitchen/galley has a stove, sink, and electric refrigerator. Cabins and Bathrooms • The aft (rear) cabin has a comfortable double bed perfect for Mom and Dad. • Two single beds occupy the forward cabin, making it great for children. • 2 settees in the saloon convert to 2 full-size single beds. • Two bathrooms and showers are convenient. Sundeck and Exterior • The rear sundeck is a great feature of this boat. • The second steering station provides superb visibility for the skipper. • There's access to the saloon from the sundeck, enhancing flow-through in the interior. • The onboard electrical system runs on 12-volt DC power. • The Lake Star is equipped with an efficient and reliable diesel engine. Features • Fridge - 90 L • Oven / Grill • Hob • Flat Screen DVD Player • CD / Radio player • Heater • Cigar Lighter Plug (12V) • Internal Steering Position • External Steering Position • Sundeck • Toilets Type - Manual Technical • Water Tank: 600 L • Draft: 1.00 m • Max. Headroom: 2.38 m • Length: 9.80 m • Fuel Tank: 200 L • Engine Type: Diesel • Width: 3.70 m • Height above waterline: 2.80m Additional Services: Vacation Extras We offer a range of optional extras to make you holiday more relaxing, comfortable and fun. You can add them to your initial booking, or you can add them on any time afterwards. You can even purchase them at the base when you arrive. Extras Package - A bundle of our top extras • Engine hours charge - which covers diesel to power the engine and onboard heating, gas for cooking and engine wear and tear. This is otherwise charged locally at the end of your vacation. • Non-refundable Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) - to signifacantly reduce the refundable damage deposit (and thus your liability) which is collected locally before your start your vacation. • Boat cleaning - so you don't have to spend your evening cleaning the boat. Just bag up your trash and wash the dishes. • Rental of one bike - ideal to collect your morning bread or for exploring the coutryside to discover the countryside Barbecues • Available in one size only and is suitable for up to 8 people. Groceries • Sundowner Pack • Starter Pack Please note: Grocery Packs must be ordered at least 7 days in advance of your departure date, otherwise availability cannot be guaranteed. Bike Rental Please note: Bikes are not available to rent in Scotland, but our base team can put you in touch with local rental companies should you wish to explore the Highlands on two wheels. Early Boarding and Late Check Out Early Boarding enables you to collect your boat between 11am - 12pm, or from 2pm on the first day (instead of 4pm). Late Check-out means you can return your boat by 12pm on the last day (instead of 9am). Please note: Owing to operational constraints, it sometimes may not be possible to offer this service. Deck Cushions Why not rent a pack of deck cushions for extra comfort while you cruise? They also double up as sunbathing matresses! Ecological Cleaning Pack Help us preserve the waterways for future enjoyment by purchasing a pack of eco-friendly cleaning products which come in a ecological cotton bag. The pack includes: Ecological disinfectant spray, ecological kitchen spray, washing-up liquid, sponge, box of matches. Cleaning Service After a relaxing vacation, you probably don’t want to spend your last evening cleaning the boat. So why not pre-book our cleaning service and let us take care of the final clean of your boat. Then all you have to do is wash the dishes and bag up your trash. For details about the condition your boat should be returned in, Special Occasion Gift Basket If you are celebrating a special birthday or occasion, you can pre-order one of our beautifully presented gift baskets, full of local delicacies and regional specialities. It will be waiting for you on board when you arrive Bring your Dog! A boating adventure is the perfect kind of vacation to take your four-legged friend on. A maximum of two dogs are welcome on board each boat. A pet cleaning supplement applies. Parking If you are traveling to your start base by car, you can add parking onto your booking as an optional extra. Most bases have on-site parking. Some offer parking in a secure compound and a few of our bases offer undercover parking too. Car Transfers If you are doing a one-way cruise (i.e. returning your boat to a different base), we can transfer your car from your departure base to your end base. Please note: Car transfers are available for a charge, must be pre-booked before departure and are subject to availability Compulsory Costs • Engine Hours • Boat Damage Protection • Lock Fees • One-way supplement • Mooring Fees

Captain is not included.
Trip may require hiring additional qualified personnel.
6 guests
Powerboats, Pontoons, & RIBs
Canal Boat


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Features & Details

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Cabin
  • Toilet
  • Wheel steering
  • Bow Thrusters
  • Inboard Engine
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Single Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Head

Approximate Location

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The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

0% refund up to 30 days prior.

Additional Terms & Information

If You Cancel Your Holiday Cancellation Terms: To cancel a reservation, the Renter should notify the Company in writing. Period before departure in which you notify the Company and Cancellation Penalty: More than 70 days prior to departure date: Deposit is non-refundable Between 70 and 43 days prior to departure date: 45% of the total holiday cost is non-refundable Between 42 and 15 days prior to departure date: 60% of the total holiday cost is non-refundable Between 14 days and departure date: 100% of the total holiday cost is non-refundable If You Change Your Booking If, after our confirmation invoice has been issued, you wish to change your travel arrangements in any way, for example your chosen departure date (in the same season only), destination or boat, we will do our utmost to make these changes but it may not always be possible. Any request for changes to be made must be in writing from the lead name or your travel agent.  The price of your holiday may increase or decrease to reflect the changes requested by you. You will be asked to pay an administration charge of US$140 (more than 70 days prior to departure) or US$250 (between 70 and 15 days prior to departure) per booking amendment and any further cost we incur in making this alteration and any increase in the cost of your trip. Please note that no changes or rescheduling are permitted less than 14 days prior to departure. Please check whether your holiday insurance will cover any changes or increased costs resulting from a change. You should be aware that these costs could increase the closer to the departure date that changes are made and you should contact us as soon as possible.

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