• A relaxing trip sailing along the southwest coast
  • Free Drinks and a luxurious menu included
  • Experience the sunset on board

Board the Aphrodite and be assured of the ultimate sailing experience available in Gran Canaria. Following your welcome glass of champagne that our friendly crew will have ready at your arrival, lay back and relax. Spend a precious afternoon of your holiday time surrounded by plush and luxurious furnishings; discovering the unseen treasures the southwest coastline has to offer: water cascading down the rugged rock faces and hidden caves that lie in wait as we approach an idyllic bay where we will stop to swim and experience the clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean. On the sumptuous loungers scattered around the deck of this Turkish Gulet, you will be able to enjoy the sun, followed by its beautiful twilight when the sun begins to set.

The menu contains grilled chicken and entrecote, local cheese specialties, tuna-tomato-salad, smoked salmon, tropical salad and canary potatoes in Mojo-sauce. In addition you have free choice of our large selection of wine, beer, softdrinks and water.


  • Trip starts at 3.30 pm in Puerto Rico and ends at sunset
  • Free transfer from Bahía Feliz, Anfi and the surroundings of Mogán and Taurito to Puerto Rico
  • Rate for adults: 69 Euro, kids (year 2-12): 40 Euro


  • Canarian cheeses
  • Tropical Salad
  • Tomato, tuna & onion salad
  • Grilled chicken
  • Grilled Entrecote
  • Canarian potatoes with Mojo sauce


  • Welcome glass of cava
  • white and red wine
  • beer
  • soft drinks
  • water

Available departures

  • Aphrodite Chill Out (3pm)

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    Cabin facilities:2 Cabins, 2 Toilets, Exterior dining area, Lounge

Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria

Gran Canaria is the little sister of Fuerteventura and Teneriffa. She lies about 200 kilometers off the Moroccan Coast in the Atlantic Ocean. Because of the broad biodiversity Gran Canaria is often referred to as the “Miniature-Continent”. As Teneriffa and Fuerteventure the island has its seeds in a volcanic eruption. The center of the island with the almost 2000 meters in height is the Pico de las Nieves, the “Top of the Snow”. Its name comes with the possibility of snowfall at the mountaintop on cold days. Otherwise the weather in Gran Canaria is mostly warm and sunny.

The northern parts of the island are much more humid then the southern island. Especially the inland is covered in thick forest and has a broad diversity of animals. The dry storm from the Sahara, called “Calima”, is a characteristic you can find in the south. All the way from Marokko the storm sometimes even brings a bit sand with it. Those special conditions lead to an average temperature of about 18-26° Celsius. This is why Gran Canaria is often called “Island of Eternal Spring”.

The island wins with its dreamy, miles long beaches in the south. Especially the huge dunes near Maspalomas are an attraction. You can even find an oasis there, called “La Chacra”. Just outside of Puerto Rico you can enjoy white sand, crystal-clear water and palm trees. Far in the west the coast offers some lonesome bays and hidden beaches you can only reach by boat or a long trip by foot. The eastern coast is especially interesting for windsurfers. Here the sea is a bit rougher and the wind blows constantly. Also the annual Surf-Worldchampionships take place in Pozo Izquierdo. The beach of the capital, Las Palmas, is a lively city beach with a promenade filled with cafés, bars and restaurants.

Apart from the beaches Gran Canaria has a lot more sightseeing spots to offer. For example the lovely seaside town Puerto Mogán. Often referred to as “Little Venice” because of its large number of canals. Also very interesting are the numerous barrier lakes in the inland. In Barranco de Guyadeque you can find ancient villages made of caves in the rocks. Some of those are even inhabited! When you like shopping, Las Palmas is the perfect place to be. The city also offers numerous museums such as the CAAM, Museum of Modern Art.

The history of Gran Canaria begins with the Gunaches, the native people of the Canary Islands. With boats made of cane they crossed the sea starting at the North African Coast. They lived on the island until the capture by the Spanish in the early 15th century. The Name “Gran Canaria” finds its seed in the Latin word for dog “Canis”. Allegedly the island was populated by wild dogs.

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  • 2 Cabins
  • 2 Toilets
  • Exterior dining area
  • Lounge

Watersport Activities

We offer a discount of 50% on all watersport activities. The offers can be booked directly during the boat excursion.

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