Come on board the Venetian Galleon for a tasty candlelight dinner while sailing among the quiet water of Venice and its lagoon. A 3 hours cruise to discover the typical Venetian flavors and the charm of the islands: tasting the delicate dishes carefully cooked by the Chef on board, the slow sailing of the galleon will offer you a breathtaking seascape of the islands of the Venetian lagoon.
Leaving the dock of Venice, you will slowly sail towards the north part of the lagoon hugging the coast of Mazzorbo, with its cypress row, and of Burano, island with the characteristic colored houses, to head again towards Murano, famous all over the world for the masterpieces of the glassblower, recognizable by the furnaces that you can see in the islands where, if you take a closer look, you will see through the windows the flames of burning fires.
Dinner on board will continue with a panoramic tour in Saint Mark’s basin during which you will see, among all the wonders, the Redeemer Church, the basilica Santa Maria Della Salute, Punta della Dogana and, in front of the unique seascape of Venice and Saint Mark’s square, that you will admire from a privileged point of view on board the Venetian Galleon, dessert will be served.
At the time of booking, clients are required to indicate the position of the table chosen (prow, stern, or main deck) and to specify any food allergy or intolerance.
Clients are required to choose between two options:
- the main deck with panoramic windows so guests will have a wonderful view of the lagoon (during winter the galleon is covered and has heating whereas in the summer there will not be a rigid covering structure, so the galleon is open. In case of rain/bad weather, there is a covering structure).
- the prow and stern area (in the prow there are just 2 small portholes on the top and you can not see outside, in the stern, where there is the kitchen, there are small windows. In the prow and in the stern area tables are laid for 4 so couples reserving only for 2 could be seated with other couples. Tables are big enough to allow each couple to have their own privacy).