Catamaran Sailing in Goa
Known as the Rome of the East, Goa is the smallest state of India. Cerulean water that is ideal for Catamaran Boat sailing surrounds this boating destination. Catamaran boats are famous for their colorful banana-shaped hulls. They are designed in order to work without the use of dagger boards. Because of their uniquely shaped hulls, Catamaran boats can operate in the sea without any kind of obstruction.
Catamaran sailing in Goa is perfect for locals as well as tourists who want to enjoy the beautiful Goan waters. Take a break from your usual day to day activities. Experienced Atlantis Watersports’ personnel will accompany you as you try one of the most exciting yet relaxing water activities in Goa.
Sailing Trip in Goa
Enjoy sailing in Goa with your friends and family. Have fun in the sea like never before with these magnificent boats. This sailing experience with Atlantis Watersports’ is available for children as young as five years, provided they are accompanied by an adult. This boat ride for an adult costs Rs.1500, while children get to enjoy this ride for as little as Rs.700 (Ages 5 to 10).
Book a sailing session with Atlantis Watersports today and enjoy what could turn out to be the most fun 20 minutes of your life. Whether you are an adult or a kid, you will surely enjoy Catamaran Boat sailing.
|DEPARTURE LOCATION||Calangute – Baga|
|ACTIVITY TIME||10:00 am to 05:00pm|
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|Month of Operation||October to May|
|Pick up - Drop||Can be provided at an Additional Cost.|
|Environmental Tip||Please help us save the Ocean from pollution and beach litter|
What is catamaran sailing?
Catamaran is a type of boat (or occasionally ship) consisting of two hulls joined by a frame. Catamarans can be sail or motor-powered. The word catamaran comes from the Tamil language, in which the word kattumaram means “logs bound together”. The catamaran was the invention of the paravas, a fishing community in the southern coast of Tamilnadu, India.
In later times, catamarans (also known as cat boats) have been used for fishing and transport in the coastal waters of New England and New York. Around the turn of the 19th century they were adapted for racing. Today the main use of the catamaran is for day sailing and leisure cruises.
How is it different from normal sail boats or monohull sailing boats?
catamarans don’t really heel over. This makes the entire sailing experience different; the motion of the boat is different, you have to trim the sails differently, and pay attention to other factors that you might not be used to. In light wind and upwind sailing conditions, it can be harder to make headway. When the wind is strong, because the boat doesn’t seem to “react” to the wind, it can be more challenging to tell when you are overpowered and need to reef. In heavy weather (which most casual sailors tend to avoid) a catamaran can be a liability, though with the proper training they can be handled safely. When the conditions are right, catamarans are sweet sailing, smooth performing, and comfortable, so it’s no surprise that more and more of them are appearing in the world’s best sailing destinations
How safe is catamaran sailing?
It is extremely safe as there will be an instructor to guide you throughout the sail.
Is there any age limit for this activity?
Yes, Participants above 8 years of age can enjoy this activity.
Where is the reporting location for this activity?
The reporting location for this activity is Baga beach.
Is there any weight limit for this activity?
Participants who weigh more than 100 kilos will not be able to enjoy this activity.
What is the duration of this activity?
The duration for this activity is 30 minutes
Does this include pick up/drop?
No, we don’t provide pick up/ drop facilities for this package.
What is the payment option available to me if i want to book this package?
Payment can be made by the online payment gateway. You can either do it directly on our website or you can request for a manual online payment link. Options are available for a list of credit / debit cards and net banking are also available on our payment link.