Welcome to my second home (21 feet sailing boat)! We will begin with an explanation about basic aspects of sailing, so that you can relax and feel comfortable on board afterwards. We will depart from San Fernando port in direction of the Buenos Aires skyline. Navigating you will discover a new view of Buenos Aires that will be engraved in your mind forever. We will sail for about 3 hours. During the trip, you will see San Isidro, Vicente Lopez and Nuñez. Once you feel ready, you will take the helm and sail along the coast. You can also take a bath in the river (from October to March) and enjoy appetizers on board. The experience ends at Nuñez in Buenos Aires city. Flexible schedule: in case that the schedule does not fit with your plans don't hesitate ask, we'll find a solution! This experience can be booked privately. Private group price starts at USD 150. The final price will be determined by the number of people in your group. Ideal option if you're looking for something more exclusive with family and friends. Don´t hesitate ask me!
I am the first generation of Sailor in the family. I have lived in San Isidro all my life, where the coast is bathed by the magic Rio de La Plata Walking along its coast on foot I was enchanted by those plastic helmets, a mast and a piece of cloth that make us move through the water without noise and pollution. Then, in 2011 I bought my first boat and I want to share it with you.
Snack Meat / veggie empanadas
Drink Water & soft drink My own Craft Beer (homemade)
We'll sail from San Fernando Port to Buenos Aires. During the trip you will get a different view of San Isidro, Vicente Lopez and Nuñez. On our way back to San Fernando, you will be able to appreciate the sunset behind Buenos Aires. The experience ends at Nuñez in Buenos Aires city.
Bring a bathing suit, comfortable clothing, shoes, a hat, a coat, sunscreen, and sunglasses.
The minimum age to participate is 18 years. Bring a bathing suit, comfortable clothing, shoes, a hat, a coat, sunscreen, and sunglasses. This experience is subject to weather and navigation conditions