Follow the path of the spectacular full moon in this exclusive private yacht cruise around the beauties of Parga. Charmed by the celestial beauty of a full moon we dive in the emerald waters of the Ionian Sea to capture it in a vain effort to hold it in our palm.
20:00pm, by appointment
During our cruise we will tour around the beauties of Parga’s surroundings by night. Mediaeval castles, gorgeous beaches, moonlit seas and rocks offer a spectacular night cruise for you to enjoy with your beloved ones.
When passing by at Aphrodite’s Cave you should definitely try a nocturnal swim. Swimming in the turquoise waters lit by the underlights of Karina Motor Yacht while listening to sax’s greatest hits is a truly transcendental experience – one that will surely remain unforgettable.
Upon request we can also arrange for you a 6 persons dinner or a buffet for 10 persons to be served on board. Please contact us beforehand to set up the menu. Read more about the menu on board Karina Motor Yacht.
During your 4-hour circular private cruise to Parga you will experience:
We depart from Parga’s port late at night. We need to know the exact time of departure from the previous day, the latest, so we can prepare the vessel for travel. Please keep in mind that it is in the discretionary power of the captain to alter the itinerary, according to the prevailing weather conditions at the time.
Captain Paris and the crew are trained professionals with decade-long experience in seamanship. Your travel is guaranteed to be safe and problem-free under all conditions.
Please note that the final price depends upon the extra services requested.
This private yacht cruise is offered only around the dates of each full moon, with limited availability. Book your tour now.
Did you know?
Each full moon has its own special name…
We will begin our cruise, while waiting for the moon to rise, from the spectacular Parga Bay. On one side of the settlement stands the Venetian Castle and on the other the Napoleonic Castle. The island of Panagia. In the entrance of Parga, with its charming little chapel on it seems like embracing the whole of Parga. And as they are lit they offer a wonderful view to the traveller.
The above picture is complemented by the two adjacent beaches of Parga. The vast cosmopolitan Valtos Beach, with its numerous visiting luxury yachts; and the Kryoneri Beach, where the scattered sea rocks try to hold off the fleeting waves.
We now let the moon lead us to Monolithos. A lone rock away from the shore with the peculiar chapel of St. Nikolas on it, who in the Greek tradition is the protector of sailors. The lone rock, constantly hit by the waves and offering shelter to restless seabirds, will turn into a majestic view when the rays of the full moon light it up in the darkness of the surrounding sea.