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Motonave Leonardo Davinci

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Porto Castellammare del Golfo, 91014, San Vito lo Capo, Sicily Italy
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B8047FDjuliab wrote a review Aug 2018
Cape Town7 contributions6 helpful votes
Boat was overcrowded and my family had nowhere to sit for half of the journey. This means we didn’t get a table when lunch was served and was not handed any of the wine or water that was on offer. Would have to have been over 100 people on-board which did not make for a pleasant day out. Stops were very short and we spent more time on the boat than off. Not catered for english speaking travellers.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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LandYDenmark wrote a review Aug 2018
Auning, Denmark73 contributions16 helpful votes
Not what we expected. The boat was old and tired, the crew were kind of in a hurry, the program was chaotic, the food was boring. We did Castellammare-San Vito, stopping at Lo Zingaro and then Scopello at the return. That was ok, but spending four hours in San Vito? Having lunch at 15:30?? We found this very weird and inconvenient: We were hungry while in San Vito, and then eating right before sailing back was a challenge for our bellies. Anyway, it was more or less ok, but not what we expected.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Iain Y wrote a review Jul 2018
Portsmouth, United Kingdom34 contributions16 helpful votes
This is not a negative review (but anything starting with those words will raise some hackles, I'm sure...). By way of context, you should know that we took this trip on a very busy Saturday in July. As a consequence, the boat was packed to the gunnels with enthusiastic and vociferous Italians hell-bent on having a good time and making sure their joy was heard along the coast from Trapani to Palermo. It was a splendid sound indeed (and we were welcomed right in), but if you had peace, tranquillity or romantic intimacy in mind for your Egadi experiece, consider shelling out a few more shekels for one of the smaller boats. Arrival time at Favignana- coincided perfectly with that spot where restaurants are almost but not quite open and are just starting contrast you with their 'dish of the day's chalk boards. Departure time : coincided with the moment about 30 minutes after you found the perfect restaurant, serving your dream dish in an eye-wateringly picturesque location. No matter... Food was included, as was swimming from the boat. Both were good enough, but be aware as others have commented) that the swimming (especially in a crowded boat) is something of a conveyer belt experience (queue for the gangplank, give it your best swallow dive, fight the current to the side ladder, haul yourself aboard : repeat.) Actually- it's more fun than that sounds, but nervous swimmers might want to give it a swerve- the current shouldn't be disrespected. The boat's crew were vigilant and professional throughiut, it should be added. The food caused much merriment with our new-found Italian friends who kept sort of apologising for it to us between swigs of the 'take no prisoners' white wine. Frankly the simple pasta dish was a darn sight tastier than many an atrocity served up in an English trattoria over the years. It filled hole (and it broke the ice conversationally). A few more things to watch- the sea can get a bit choppy at times which might be an issue if you took full advantage of the gallon of wine they brought you with lunch. Also be aware that the bar can run out of water, so bring your own because hydration really matters on a day like this. Look- I know this all sounds picky, and I try not to write negative reviews. Let's get some perspective- €40 gets you a full day on the sea with beautiful scenery, a range of things to do, enough food and wine to keep you satisfied and the chance to laugh with complete strangers whose native tongue majesty most mundane of phrases sound like poetry. There are far worse things to do with your Saturday.....
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Date of experience: July 2018
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NATWITTESAELE wrote a review Aug 2017
Maldegem, Belgium27 contributions7 helpful votes
Nice day-excursion on 24th July from Castellamare to San Vito lo Capo. Friendly and nice staff, decent food ... We even got reduction on the beach club in San Vito. Overall a very nice day
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Merryhouse wrote a review Jul 2017
Covo, Italy38 contributions36 helpful votes
Went on Favignana tour.Spent more time on the boat than anything else. In the end we spent just 2 hours in Favignana in the town and in two hours u can do nothing as it's not enough to visit the island. Should have got a boat from Trapani and stayed on Favignana all day and rented scooters or bikes and came back when I wanted. Left Castellammare with Da Vinci at 6.30am and got back at 8pm. Wasted a whole day. Not their fault though though as I knew the itinerary beforehand.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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