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15 Nov

About Popai faliraki


Our passion and profession are the sea, boats and happy customers and friends!

Captain Taso was born in the village Kallithies (2km behind Faliraki) and grew up with sea
because his grandfather, father, and uncle have been fishermen their whole lives.


That’s what he had done in his early years too and still, he enjoys it whenever he has got time for it!

For 35 years already Captain Taso loves to show all the tourists the most beautiful bays and places of Rhodes.


He only started with a rebuilt fishing boat for a small number of persons but had to
change several times because of the huge demand of guests to participate in his cruises. There were are now with a new modern boat called Popai!

It’s 15m long, has a capacity of 47 guests, a toilet, two showers with sweet water, a bar, sundeck with sunbeds, adequate shade underneath

it and even equipment for snorkeling are provided onboard!


The most fun and opportunity to relax and forget about normal life is our 5-hour sea cruise where we stop at first at the well known Kallithea bay

with its historical and renovated spa in nothern direction and then Ladiko bay, Afandou caves (Traounou) and our last and longest stop at the famous

Anthony Quinn Bay in the south.


The longer stay over there is due to the delicious BBQ on board which provides souflakis (greek porc skewers), sausages, tzatziki, stunning
greek salad, garlic or normal bread, fruit plates, wine and souma (grape brandy) and the fascinating variety of species in the water!

Those who don ́t want to spend so much time on the boat, maybe appreciate our 3-hour sea cruise without BBQ and the northern located Kallithea bay but the three others.
Either way, we do not just stop over to show you the place and leave – we stay at least 30 minutes at each bay so that all passengers are able to capture all impressions and explore the
location with its breathtaking facets.

Please feel free to visit our page “Popai Daily Cruises” on Trip Advisor and read the comments and impartial opinions describing our cruises in a better way then we could do for ourselves…


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