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Nuovo Consorzio Marittimo Ogliastra

Santa Maria Navarrese, Italy
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About Nuovo Consorzio Marittimo Ogliastra
Nuovo Consorzio Marittimo Ogliastra organizes daily trips along Baunei's coast - Orosei Gulf. The departure is both from Arbatax and Santa Maria Navarrese (Ogliastra). We offer several route depending on the period. It is possible to stop and swim in Cala Mariolu, Cala Biriola, Cala Sisine and Cala Luna. Indeed, it is possibile to get to the Bue Marino and the Fico caves. During the cruise, it will be possibile to visit Pedralonga, the Grotta dei Colombi, the natural ports of Portu Quau and Portu Pedrosu and Cala Goloritze.
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Katherine B wrote a review Sep 2019
4 contributions1 helpful vote
We booked the trip a day in advance. The staff were great but the tannoy for English speakers wasn’t overly clear, and didn’t go into as much information as for Italian speakers. The beaches are beautiful but are busy as the boat arrives at the same time as others. Grotta del Fico was good to see. The boat was well maintained and staff were very helpful. Overall it was a good trip to do to see this part of the island.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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SmileyKay wrote a review Jul 2019
Cluj-Napoca, Romania1,408 contributions377 helpful votes
We went on a tour with "Il Corsaro I" boat.The captain and personnel were kind and making jokes with the tourists, telling funny legends/stories about the beaches we passed by and even surprised us at the end of the trip with Sangria made on board.The only drawbacks: the lady who was supposed to translate every info the captain was telling us in Italian did a rather poor job translating on an average 15- 20%. Luckily we know a bit of Italian and enjoyed the humour in the stories, but if we did not, we would have certainly been frustrated by not receiving even half or a summary of the information. Another aspect, bring a beach umbrella with you otherwise you will melt under the hot sun! In Mariolu beach you can rent umbrellas for 3 eur/piece, but on the other beaches not.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Jesper-Denmark wrote a review Jul 2019
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Very Nice english speaking personel. Ok boat. Visit BEATIFUL BEACHES and amazing caves. Tons of photo ops. Bonus: SCUBA for beginners at a very fair Price. This trip is a must 😎🌞. PS. Bring water, swimming shoes and mask/snorcle.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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jenjacoby wrote a review Jul 2019
Rome, Italy5 contributions3 helpful votes
We booked the Red Line which was supposed to include three beaches and two caves. In fact the boat did not stop at the Fico cave, I do not know why and we were not told in advance. Then at the end you had to choose between the third beach or the Bue Marine cave. For the cave you had to pay another 10 euros a person for the tour. Again this was also not indicated in advance- neither on the website nor the brochure. My number one tip would be to bring an umbrella for the sun. The beaches have almost no shade and what little there is someone is already sitting there. This was not told to us in advance and my daughter and I were dieing out in the sun after awhile. Again that would be good info for their website. If I went here again, I would consider renting a boat instead of doing this tour. That way you can make your own schedule.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Paul J wrote a review Jul 2018
37 contributions14 helpful votes
We got our tickets from the tourist office in Arbatax. The tourist office is the best we found. The guy there is a native English speaker and gave us lots of advice. Anyway, we paid for the green line, fortunately, because the red line was over flowing. We didn't know but you need to get you tickets on the day of travel from the tourist office. On the grenn line, we had at least more space on the boat than those on the red and more time to spend on fewer beaches than being stuck on a boat. The journey there was reasonable, visiting as we went along. The journey back was a long slog back to Arbatax - many sleep. Of the whole trip, the beaches were fantastic. Take a mask of you go! Clear blue waters. Compared to other parts of Sardinia, this area is less touristic so you are space on the beaches unlike others in the north where you put you towel down right next to your neighbour. Anyway, this was the best trip out of all our holiday! Lots of memories, at least on an SD card in my phone! Thank you!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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