10. From Olbia: Dinghy Tour with Snorkeling to Tavolara Island
The Marine Protected Area of Tavolara-Punta Coda Cavallo extends south of the Gulf of Olbia, in north-eastern Sardinia. It starts from Capo Ceraso to San Teodoro and includes the two main islands of Tavolara and Molara, as well as a long series of islets and small rocks. With this half-day dinghy tour, you can admire the depths rich in life, thanks to the effect of the conservation measures of the marine reserve. Making at least three stops, you can relax aboard a comfortable dinghy, dive, swim and snorkel in complete safety, surrounded by a landscape full of islands, rocks, rocky coves and sandy bays, that allows you to propose different routes chosen according to the best weather conditions. Among the various possibilities, a stop under the imposing limestone cliff of Tavolara, where the light backdrop quickly descends to considerable depths, or a stop in the pools of the island of Molara, notes for the incredible clarity of the water that generates wonderful contrasts with the granite rocks and the vegetation of the island. Book now with family and friends, come and discover another island on the island! Itinerary: - Departure from Marina di Olbia - Stop at Capo Ceraso after half an hour of navigation, with the possibility of snorkeling - Stop at Tavolara Island - From Tavolara ten minutes of navigation to reach the Pools of Molara Island: clear water and rich in fish - Re-entry The itinerary may undergo changes according to the weather conditions and the decisions of the skipper Dinghy Bwa: - Length: 7.50 m - Width: 2.95 m - Approved for up to 24 seats - Engine Honda 250 hp - Fixed awning also in navigation - Mandatory equipment for navigation within 6 miles - Echo sounder/Gps Raymarine Dragonfly 5pro - Steel ladder at the stern - Usb socket for smartphone/tablet charging - 3 large lockers for storing backpacks and personal belongings - 5 life jackets for children (in addition to those provided as mandatory onboard equipment or 1 for each passenger boarded) - Snorkeling equipment (mask, snorkel, fins) - Paper guides on nature Equipment on board: - Life jackets: one for each person on board - Ring lifebuoy with floating top 30 m - 2 paddles - 1 fire extinguisher - 2 buoys - 2 burners hand red light - 2 red light parachute rockets - Regulatory lights - Sound signalling apparatus - Vhf apparatus - First aid kit "Tab. A"