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    Galleon Dinner Cruise

    Galleon Dinner Cruise

    Savour an intimate candle-lit dinner while you enjoy the magic of Venice – exploring the fascinating canals and the Lagoon, and passing some of the latter’s most famous islands – aboard the magnificent Venetian Galleon.

    The Galleon will be waiting for you at the Venice docks, in front of the Naval Museum, welcoming you with a cocktail served at your table. The sensuality of candle light, the elegantly set tables, the attentive yet discreet service and the fascination and enchantment of a vessel from a by-gone era will complete an unforgettable dinner in the seductive nocturnal atmosphere of the Venetian Lagoon.

    At dusk, the Galleon will slowly edge away from the dockside, heading towards the northern inner part of the Lagoon and its mysterious canals, with the smallest islands coming into view one after another.

    While you enjoy the chef’s specialities, you will pass by the islands of Le Vignole, Sant’Erasmo and San Francesco del Deserto, with its particular religious attraction, before continuing on to enjoy a panoramic view of Burano (with its characteristic coloured houses), Torcello, Mazzorbo and Murano, the latter being known all over the world for the artwork of its master glassmakers. Navigating close to the Venetian Arsenal, the Galleon will reach the small islands of Santa Maria delle Grazie and San Giorgio with an array of lights reflected in the water, adding to the seductive and captivating atmosphere.

    Finally, the Galleon makes its way towards Venice. While you sail along the Giudecca Canal, you will have a stunning view of St Mark’s Basin, along with its historic palaces and prestigious hotels.

    Once you have arrived back, disembarking opposite the Naval Museum and looking towards Venice once more, it will be time to say goodbye to the Galleon – feeling that you have given your stay in Venice a further touch of magic.


    • There are two price categories; category I corresponds to tables situated on the main deck (with large windows), while category II corresponds to tables located in the bow or stern (more private but with limited visibility to the outside).
    • The menu may change.
    • The journey may be modified depending on weather conditions.


    image Galleon Dinner Cruise / Jolly Roger