We purchased our tickets for the Sagitarious at our hotel with the promise of a nice relaxing day with complimentary beer and food on board, this all sounded very reasonable at a cost of €45, and for an additional cost we could enjoy some jet ski's or para-gliding. We arrived well before 10am as instructed and as we waited to board the queue of people became larger and larger and it was evident that there was going to be a bit of squeeze on board, you could see people becoming anxious to get to the front on the queue so as to get one of the limited positions for sunbathing, as it turned out our group of 4 were one of the first to board and we went to the front of the boat and got ourselves settled while others were pouring on. It was around 10.30am when the boat cast off, by this time people were shuffling and manoeuvring into postiion in a futile effort to get comfortable. The journey out to sea and around the coast was beautiful and if you could manage to turn your back on the throng behind you the experience of the Sagitarious was very nice, that was however until the very cheesy, middle aged wannabe club 18/30 Dutch tour leader came on the microphone to annouce some pointless information only for the sole purpose of allowing him to chip in with yet another sexual innuendo. This guy was pure annoying and I expect he made the trip twice as uncomforable for most. With him and the over crowded aspect aside this was overall a fairly enjoyable trip and good value, the stop at Mogan to have a swim was the highlight.