Yacht getaway on the Guadalquivir River, Seville
From: 39,00 €
During this experience, when you embarks, the crew will give you some glasses in 3D, where there is a video with aerial images of Seville of 3 minutes duration. Once visualized, we start engines and start sailing and during the navigation, we give a tasting of first quality and rebujito Iberian pork sausage. The customers can consume drinks on board since we have a bar service too.
- Food tasting (ham, pork loin, chorizo and sausage).
- Typical Spanish drink (rebujito).
- 39 €/each
Seville is the capital of the Andalucia region, in the south of Spain. It is famous for its flamenco dance, particularly in its Triana district. The main iconic sites include the complex of adorned castles of the Alcázar, built during the Moorish Almohad Empire, and the Plaza de los Toros de la Maestranza, from the 18th century. In Seville’s Gothic cathedral is the tomb of Christopher Columbus and a minaret transformed into a bell tower, the Giraldo.
The character of the Guadalquivir has prevailed to this day. Today, it is a river that is enjoyed as few in the world, that is walked as if it were a monumental street, probably the most important street in Seville. More and more visitors come to Seville via the Guadalquivir. You have the opportunity to be one of them, enjoying this yacht ride through its waters.
*The maximum capacity of the yacht is for 12 people.
Description of the Yacht
The boat has a lounge divided into 2 areas with comfortable seats, air conditioning, heating, piped music, Italian-designed bar, ladies’ bathroom and men’s bathroom, impressive upper terrace with sofas, stern deck, huge bow with seats, professional crew (captain and sailor), led lighting throughout the boat, etc..
Rules of use:
- It is not allowed to enter the boat with heels.
- Pets are not allowed.
- The boat cannot be accessed with food or drink.
- The company reserves the right of admission.
- All minors must be accompanied by a legal guardian.
- Underage drinking is not allowed.
- All customers must maintain minimum standards of civility.