Route from  Fernando de Noronha to Rio de Janeiro


Cruising along the Brazilian cost visiting islands, rivers, forest and tropical villages .

  • Ilha Grande and Paraty

  • Ilhabela

  • Marau

  • Arraial do Cabo

  • Abrolhos

The trade wind along the eastern Brazilian coast blows constant throughout the entire year, which is why Brazil is witnessing a growing popularity in sailing and water sports. Because the east-coast region benefits from the hot, year round, tropical climate, life takes place on the sandy, Brazilian beaches. The azure blue water and an average temperature of 27° Celsius (81° Fahrenheit) invite you to swim, snorkel, and dive.

Brazil is both large in area as well as in population. It is the fifth biggest country in the World and with 200 million inhabitants; Brazil is the most populated country in South America. Brazil is adjacent to the Atlantic Ocean and shares its borders with every South American country besides Chile and Ecuador. The country’s name derives from the Portuguese word “Brasa’’ which means “glow,” referring to Brazil’s wood trees and their color. During the Colonial period, this wood was widely found in the wilderness along the Atlantic coast, providing an important commercial product for the region, because it was used for dyeing fabrics. Brazil has an area of 8.5 million kilometers, the currency is called the “Real” and the official language is Portuguese. Due to the high rate of immigration, there are also a number of minority languages spoken in Brazil. Many Brazilians speak English, German, Italian, Japanese and Spanish. The southeast coastal regions of Brazil are the most densely populated areas, where the São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro metropolitan-regions are dominated by the coffee plantation landscape. With its 62 national parks, Brazil is the most species-rich country in the world. However, due to the deforestation of the Brazilian Rainforest, these animals and plant species are increasingly at risk.

  • Accommodation in double cabin or single bunk 

  • Water and wine during the meals

  • Skipper

  • Tender

  • Outboard Motor

  • Sheets

  • Towels

  • Final cleaning

  • Galley


  • Harbor mooring fees ( except at boarding or disembarking )

  • Customs and Immigration fees

  • Beers, soft drinks, spirits

  • Flights

  • Transfer from/to port

  • Meals out board

  • Satellite phone for personal use

  • Bath towels

  • Fuel


The weather can be cold , don't forget to bring warm cloths including gloves and hats.



We do have cats on board and they are part of the crew . if you have allergy or do not like cats let us know .


 From €150/day 

x person

January/February 2021

Itinerary and dates can be adjusted to your dates. 

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