Boat tour in Lisbon - 4 Hours

RNAAT 784/2017

Come with your friends or family.
Try our boat tours in Lisbon in complete privacy and security.
Varied programs according to your wishes and to your measure.
Get to know and photograph the riverside forts of Lisbon while enjoying our Welcome Drink, and take a dip while listening to your favorite soundtrack.
Who knows ..., maybe you can still see and photograph the dolphins in the Tagus!
You can bring your own consumables or relax and we'll take care of it for you. Varied options, from Sushi to fresh seafood salads.
Book your tour now and enjoy life with all the comfort, privacy and security.
Our programs comply with all safety and health standards.

per adult from

$559

NZD

Duration

4 hours

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  • What's included :
    • Alcoholic Beverages - Wellcome Drink offer! Also available for sale and consumption on site.
    • Restroom on board
    • Snacks - Offer of appetizers.
    • Music
    What's excluded :
    • This is a typical itinerary for this product

      Pass By: Praca do Comercio (Terreiro do Paco), Avenida Infante Dom Henrique 1C, Lisbon 1100-053 Portugal

      Praça do Comércio, formerly Terreiro do Paço, is a downtown Lisbon square located next to the Tagus River, in the area that was the site of the palace of the kings of Portugal for about two centuries.
      In 1511, King D. Manuel I moved his residence from Castelo de São Jorge to this place by the river. Paço da Ribeira, as well as its 70,000-volume library, were destroyed by the 1755 earthquake. In the reconstruction, coordinated by Eugénio dos Santos, the square became the fundamental element of the Marquis of Pombal plan.

      Pass By: 25 de Abril Bridge, Praca 25 de Abril Almada, Lisbon 1950-358 Portugal

      The 25 de Abril Bridge is a railroad suspension bridge over the Tagus River that connects the city of Lisbon (north bank) to the city of Almada (south bank), in Portugal. The bridge crosses the Tagus estuary in the final and narrower part - the so-called Tagus bottleneck.
      The bridge is 2,277 meters long. With a free span of 1,013 meters, the 25 de Abril Bridge is the 33rd largest suspension bridge in the world.
      When sailing under the 25 de Abril Bridge, ask for a wish!

      Pass By: MAAT - Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology, Avenida Brasilia Central Tejo, Lisbon 1300-598 Portugal

      The Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology (MAAT) is a contemporary art museum in Lisbon, Portugal that crosses three areas in a space for debate, discovery, critical thinking and international dialogue. It is located in the area of ​​Belém, next to the Tagus river, in lands conquered by Lisbon to the Tagus river, at the end of the 19th century, in one of the most historic areas of the city.
      Come and photograph it, try new perspectives!

      Pass By: Padrao dos Descobrimentos Avenida Brasilia Belem, Lisbon 1400-038 Portugal

      The Monument to the Discoveries or Monument to the Navigators,
       located in Belém, it stands out on the right bank of the Tagus River. The original monument, created in perishable materials, was erected in 1940 on the occasion of the Portuguese World Exhibition, to honor the historical figures involved in the Portuguese Discoveries.
      The current replica, in concrete and stone, is later, having been inaugurated in 1960.

      Pass By: Torre de Belem, Avenida Brasilia - Belem, Lisbon 1400-038 Portugal

      The Torre de Belém, officially Torre de São Vicente, is a fortification located in the parish of Belém, on the right bank of the Tagus River, where the beach of Belém once existed,
      Originally under the invocation of São Vicente de Zaragoza, patron of the city of Lisbon, designated in the 16th century by the name of Baluarte de São Vicente alongside Belém and by Baluarte do Restelo, this fortification was part of the defensive plan of the Tagus river bar designed to D. João II (1481-95), integrated on the right bank of the river by the Baluarte de Cascais and, on the left, by the Baluarte da Caparica.
      The structure would only begin in 1514, under the reign of Manuel I of Portugal (1495-1521), having been completed in 1520.

      Take the opportunity to register one of the most beautiful Portuguese monuments from a unique perspective!

      Pass By: Forte de Sao Bruno de Caxias, Avenida Marginal Caxias, Oeiras 2760-145 Portugal

      The São Bruno Fort (from Caxias) is located in Caxias, at the confluence of the Barcarena stream with the Tagus Estuary.
      It was erected by order of the War Council of D. João IV (1640-1656), under the supervision of D. António Luís de Meneses (1596-1675), 3rd count of Cantanhede, as Governor of Arms of Praça de Cascais.
      Completed in 1647, it was part of the first line of maritime and river fortifications, erected at the time between Cabo da Roca and Torre de Belém, to defend the city of Lisbon.

      Come and see the story from a different perspective!

      Pass By: Forte de São João das Maias, 2780 Oeiras, Portugal

      The São João das Maias Fort, also referred to as Oeiras Fort or Maias Fort, is located on the right bank of the Tagus Estuary, at the eastern end of the Santo Amaro Beach cove, in the village of Oeiras.
      It was built in the context of the War of Restoration of Portuguese independence, part of the 1st line of fortifications (sea and river) of Barra do Tejo erected at the time, which stretched from Cabo da Roca to Torre de Belém, to defend the city of Lisbon .

      Pass By: Forte da Nossa Senhora de Porto Salvo, Av. Marginal 13A, Paco de Arcos, Oeiras 2770-210 Portugal

      It is a small maritime fort, of Baroque style, designed to reinforce the defense of the Tagus river bar, assisting the defense provided by the São Julião da Barra Fort. It has an organic irregular pentagonal shape (adapted to the terrain), in different levels.

      In the context of the War of Restoration of Portuguese independence, it was rebuilt on the initiative of D. António Luís de Menezes (1596-1675), 3rd Count of Cantanhede, and his works were completed in 1649.

      Enjoy the history seen from the river!

      Pass By: Fortaleza de Sao Juliao Da Barra, Avenida Marginal 2780, Carcavelos 2775-604 Portugal

      The Fort of São Julião da Barra originally had, in conjunction with the Fort of São Lourenço do Bugio, with whom it cooperated, the function of controlling the entry and exit of vessels in the Tagus bar and access to the port of Lisbon. it from a new perspective!

      Pass By: Forte de Santo Amaro do Areeiro, 2780 Oeiras, Portugal

      The Santo Amaro do Areeiro Fort, also known as Santo Amaro Fort on the Oeiras River, Forte Velho or Areeiro Fort, is located in a dominant position, next to Praia da Lage.

      This fort was built in the context of the Portuguese Restoration of Independence war, as determined by the War Council of D. João IV (1640-56), in order to reinforce the defense of the Tagus Estuary, assisting the defense provided by Fort of São Julião da Barra.
      The works started in 1647, under the direction of the Governor of Arms of Cascais, D. António Luís de Meneses, 3rd count of Cantanhede, having been completed in 1659.

      Register the history of the Tagus River!

      Pass By: Forte de Santo Antonio da Barra, Av. Marginal 73, Cascais 2765-618 Portugal

      The Santo António da Barra Fort (also known as Santo António do Estoril Fort, Forte Velho or Salazar Fort) is located overlooking the sea, in the parish of Estoril, in the village of São João do Estoril.
      Its structure dates back to the time of the Philippine Dynasty, when Philip I commissioned the military engineer and Neapolitan architect, Br. Giovanni Vicenzo Casale, to develop a plan for Cascais and a map from the coast to São Julião da Barra. Among the monarch's concerns was the improvement of the defensive system of the Lisbon bar (1586), an area through which the Duke of Alba's campaign to seize the Portuguese capital and throne, and the threat of English and Dutch corsairs. D. Filipe I therefore intended to prevent access to Lisbon by the river and eventual landings on the coast line between São Julião da Barra and Cascais.
      the king received a correspondence from Casale, on February 16, 1591, informing him that the Fort of Santo António da Barra is ready to receive people and artillery.

      Pass By: Farol do Bugio, Oeiras Portugal

      The Fort of São Lourenço do Bugio originally had, together with the Fort of São Julião da Barra, with whom it cooperated, the function of controlling the entry and exit of vessels in the Tagus bar and access to the port of Lisbon. it from a new perspective!

      Pass By: Santuario Nacional de Cristo Rei, Praceta do Cristo Rei 27A Não é localizado em Lisboa e sim em Almada, Almada 2800-058 Portugal

      The National Sanctuary of Cristo Rei is located at an altitude of 133 meters above the level of the Tagus, being constituted by a portico designed by the architect António Lino, with 75 meters of height, surmounted by the statue of the Most Holy Redeemer with open arms facing the city ​​of Lisbon, 28 meters high, by the Portuguese sculptor Francisco Franco de Sousa.
      The first stone of the monument's construction was laid on December 18, 1949, after the end of the war. It was opened on May 17, 1959.

    • Departure Point :
      Santo Amaro Recreation dock, Alcântara, 1300 Lisbon, Portugal
      Departure Time :
      Suppliers and travelers coordinate start times within the given time periods. 1/13/2020 - 12/9/2021
      Monday - Sunday:05:30 AM - 11:30 PM
      Return Detail :
      Returns to original departure point
      Hotel Pickup :
      • Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of booking, subject to availability
      • Infants must sit on laps
      • Service animals allowed
      • Near public transportation
      • Stroller accessible
      • Wheelchair accessible
      • Most travelers can participate
      • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
      • This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If it’s canceled because the minimum isn’t met, you’ll be offered a different date/experience or a full refund
      • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
      • Face masks required for travelers in public areas
      • Face masks required for guides in public areas
      • Face masks provided for travelers
      • Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff
      • Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
      • Gear/equipment sanitized between use
      • Guides required to regularly wash hands
      • Regular temperature checks for staff
      • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
    • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
    • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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    Fitness Req.

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    Group Size

    10

    Organised by Lazy Lisbon Cruises

    Activity ID: V-120507P3

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