A Perfect Choice for Couples and Solo Travelers

Embarking on a catamaran cruise doesn’t always mean renting the entire boat. For couples and solo travelers, booking a double cabin on a shared catamaran offers a unique and enriching experience. This option not only makes the journey more affordable but also opens up opportunities to meet like-minded individuals from around the world. Here’s why booking a double cabin on a shared catamaran is an excellent choice for those traveling in pairs or alone.

Diverse Group Dynamics

Our catamarans cater to various group sizes, from small families to larger groups of friends. This versatility ensures that whether it’s a family reunion, a getaway with friends, or even special occasions like father-daughter/son trips, the experience is intimate and personalized.

Economical and Practical

Cost-Effective: Booking a double cabin is a fraction of the cost compared to chartering the entire catamaran. This makes it an economical choice for couples and solo travelers who want to experience the luxury of a catamaran cruise without the hefty price tag.

No Need for a Large Group: For those who can’t gather a group for a full boat rental or prefer not to, booking a cabin offers the perfect solution. It eliminates the need to coordinate with a larger group while still providing the full catamaran experience.

Social and Cultural Exchange

Meet New People: One of the most exciting aspects of booking a double cabin is the opportunity to meet fellow travelers. This setting fosters a unique social environment where individuals from different parts of the world can share experiences and stories.

Cultural Diversity: Travelers come with their own backgrounds and cultures, making each cruise a melting pot of experiences. This diversity contributes to a richer, more fulfilling travel experience, as guests learn from each other and form new friendships.

Shared Cruise Group type

When joining a shared cruise, you are normally booking one double cabin of the the catamaran that in total accommodate up to eight (8) people in 4 double cabins. Each private cabin comes with a private bathroom. In addition, the catamaran has 2 single cabins to accommodate your Captain and Chef.

CABIN BOOKING

Consider joining a “shared group” and embark on a voyage by booking one or more double cabins and share the catamaran with other like-minded couples, individuals or smaller groups who share you passion.

Shared Experiences and Adventures
Group Activities: Participating in activities like snorkeling, kiteboarding, or exploring local islands becomes more fun in a group setting. It’s an opportunity to bond over shared interests and create memorable adventures together.

Dining and Socializing: Meals on board turn into lively social events, where guests can enjoy group dinners and engage in fascinating conversations, enhancing the dining experience.

Personal Space with a Community Feel
Privacy When Needed: While social interaction is a key part of the experience, couples and solo travelers still have their private cabin as a personal retreat. This balance ensures that guests can socialize when they want to and have privacy when they need it.

Community Atmosphere: The communal areas of the catamaran, like the deck and dining area, provide spaces where guests can come together, share experiences, and enjoy the journey as a community.

Diverse Itineraries and Experiences
Varied Interests and Preferences: With a mix of people on board, the itinerary can become more diverse, catering to a range of interests. This variety ensures that the cruise offers something for everyone, from tranquil sunsets to adventurous water sports.

Booking a double cabin on a shared catamaran is an excellent choice for couples and solo travelers looking for an adventure that combines luxury, affordability, and social interaction. It’s not just a journey across the sea; it’s an opportunity to connect with others, share experiences, and create lasting memories.

FAQ: Shared Group Type

What does a shared cruise means?

A shared cruise allows you to book just one or more cabins on a catamaran, sharing the rest of the space with other passengers. It’s ideal if you don’t have a large group or want to meet new people. Even on a shared cruise, each cabin has a private bathroom, and there are many spaces to relax privately.

How do you manage the dynamics of shared cruises, especially when individuals who don't know each other have to share the same space?

Since 2013, we’ve been running shared cruises without any problems. Here’s why. A lot of people consider this travel option, fewer people seriously contemplate taking it, and even fewer become genuinely excited about it. It’s among this excited group that only a handful make the decision to book. That’s when things truly get interesting.

When you book, it means you share certain attitudes and ideas about life and travel, even if you’re from different parts of the world or different age groups. People who go through the whole booking process usually have a lot in common, so they get along really well, unless someone books a trip that’s not really what they wanted. People who don’t mesh well usually look for different types of holidays.

Every guest (solo or couple) gets their own room and bathroom. There are shared areas on the boat, in the back, on the front and sometimes on the fly bridge of the catamaran, in addition the kite and wing spots are wast at your doorstep, and even more when we get on land. It’s just like other trips where you have your own room but also eat and spend time with other people.

This type of trip is especially great for couples or small groups because they get to meet new people and hear their stories. Often, people who meet on our cruises end up going on more trips together in the future. So, when you book a shared cruise with us, you’re sure to be in good company with others who love adventure and kiteboarding, but you’ll also have your own personal space.

Can I book as a single traveller?

Solo travelers are welcome to book a double cabin on a shared cruise and enjoy a full cabin to themselves. If booking is not for peak season weeks, we can offer a price reduction from the cabin price.

Sometimes we can also assist in finding a cabin-mate for you. If this is your preference, please let us know and we can try matching you with other individuals who share the same preference.

If you’re considering booking a solo trip, please send us an email at info@kiteboarding-cruise.com.

Can non-sportive person join the cruise?

Yes. While most of our guests are avid kiteboarders, you do not have to participate in the sport to join our trips. Non-kiteboarders are welcome and we ensure there’s plenty of enjoyment to be had onboard for everyone, regardless of their interest in kiteboarding.