FAQ Frequently Asked Questions

 / FAQ Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we do have, ice cold drinks (Beer, Coca Cola….. with reasonable prices. Also coffee and tea can be served.

Our Main Station is at the Faliraki Harbour. You can find a guide to go there here.

We do have 2 pickup stations at the beach. The first is located under the Apollo Blue Hotel on the beach.

The other one is at the watersports station in front of Pegasus Hotel on the beach.

Unfortunately, it is not possible for us to make the pickup from different hotels.

If you are a group of 10 or more persons, we can organize a bus to transfer you to the Faliraki Harbour.


Fill in the booking Enquiry form for the cruise you prefer and we will put you on our list to save your place on the boat!

Please, after you receive our bank details at your email, please make your payment as soon as possible to avoid any disappointments.

If we haven’t received any payment (or an answer from you again)  your reservation will be cancelled automatically.

Please understand that without a deposit or a full payment your reservation will not be valid.


With our response to your enquiry, our bank details will be attached in the email,

in which we will write the amount of deposit or the total amount to transfer to our bank account.

When we receive your payment, we will send your digital ticket to your email.

If you are already here on your holidays and we still have place on the boat,

you can pay and get your ticket at one of our stations.


In the Main Station at the Faliraki Harbour, payment with credit card is possible.

At the Popai pick up stations on the beach only cash payment is possible.



If we cannot cruise because of the weather conditions, you can change your ticket to the next possible day,

or if that is not possible for you, of course, you get your money back.

100% refund when cancelling up to 72 hours before departure.
50% refund when cancelling up to 24 hours before departure.
No refund if you miss the tour for any reason!
100% refund in case of bad weather / sea conditions.

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