Latchi Boat Trip (Cyprus Mini Cruises) is a family-owned business founded by our Grandfather Captain ‘Giangos’ in 1982.
Our boats use state-of-the-art equipment, whilst still maintaining their charm and elegance. Nafsika II has been modernised as the years progress so that now she is the envy of the entire Latchi boat trip cruising fleet. Our Captains’ and staff are highly trained in all aspects of crew and passenger safety and first aid. We have the latest safety equipment installed on all of our boats. You can relax safe in the knowledge that you are in good hands.
We’re looking forward to welcoming you aboard on Nafsika II or on Koulla. You’ll have fantastic day, no matter which boat your sail on.
Hello, we’re your Nafsika II captains’ Phillip and Theo (‘the good looking one‘). We’ve been sailing for years along the Akamas Coastline. We can tell you about the famous people that have lived (and loved) this region since antiquity. Don’t be shy. Whatever you want to know, please just ask us.
We cruise two to three times per day. Morning from 10.30, afternoon Cruises from 4pm, and Sunset Cruises. All direct from Latchi Harbour. You’ll enjoy a relaxing and interesting cruise along the Akamas Peninsula. We’ll stop in the famous Blue Lagoon where you can swim and relax in the amazing azure blue water. It’s not very deep, has a sandy bottom and, is wonderfully warm. If you’re not the best swimmer, don’t worry. We have lifevests and floation aids freely available on every trip.
Included on both Nafsika II and Koulla is a terrific traditional Cypriot BBQ. Including Pork or Chicken, Salad, Wine and/or Juice. Additional alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are available for an extra charge. If you have any specific dietry needs, please let us know before we depart and we’ll do our best to cater for you. Both our boats are fully insured. Your safety is paramount!
Everyone can feel seasick from time-to-time. If you think you are prone to feeling unwell on a boat there are a few things you can do to help. First, Look up and out from the boat; seasickness is mostly an imbalance in your sensory perception. If you’re feeling queezy, have a coke. Don’t try to read.