Two-hour cruise with snacks and refreshments
Sailing off at a leisurely pace into Grand Bay’s spectacular sunset aboard a magnificent catamaran while you sit back and relax with a refreshing cocktail from the bar has to be one of the finest ways to end the day or begin your night. Sunsets here on the north-west coast of Mauritius are legendary, and the best way to experience one is from the ocean. Large pods of dolphins, looking for rest and shelter for their young ones, are often spotted at that time of day.
Our sunset cruises allow you to take in the full splendor of historical Grand Bay and take you as far as Gunner’s Quoin and its spectacular sea cliffs from where you get excellent views of the other northern isles and of the central mountain chain of Mauritius.
Our catamarans, with their large open seating areas on deck and at the front and rear, are uniquely designed for sunset viewing, photograph taking and socializing. They also have a bar facility, a top-of-the-line stereo system, and a tasteful music collection.
Tasty tropical snacks and a wide selection of drinks (complimentary selected cocktail, wine, beer, soft drinks, tea, and coffee) are served throughout the cruise.
This cruise is available as a private charter and can be customized to your wishes.
16h30: Arrive at the Grand Bay Public Beach for registration
16h45: Boarding and pre-departure briefing by your Captain
17h00: Sail past Fort Malarctic, Cap Malheureux and other important historical sites on your way towards Gunner’s Quoin and its spectacular sea cliffs, from where you will be able to witness an explosion of colours as the sun disappear slowly over the horizon. Delicious snacks and refreshments are served throughout the cruise.
18h45: Return to Grand Bay
A selection of canapés and snacks:
Canapés (tuna, shrimp, smoked marlin)
FREE from the bar:
Wine (white, rosé)
Rates on a private basis:
Private catamaran hire: Rs 14000
Appetizers and drinks: Rs 850 per adult, 500 per child
Sparkling wine: Rs 2000 per bottle
French Champagne: Rs 4500 per bottle
What to bring:
We recommend a camera, binoculars, and a light sweater if cruising in off-season weather.