Blue Caves | Ksigia | Shipwreck


One of the most beautiful
landscapes of the world

Navagio or Shipwreck , is an exposed cove, sometimes referred to as “Smugglers Cove”, on the coast of Zakynthos, in the Ionian Islands of Greece. Navagio Beach was originally known as Agios Georgios. On 2 October 1980, a freightliner, the MV Panagiotis, ran aground in the waters around Zakynthos Island on Navagio Beach during stormy weather and bad visibility. It has been rumored the ship was smuggling contraband such as cigarettes, wine and women. The ship was abandoned and still rests buried in the limestone gravel of the beach that now bears the nickname Shipwreck.


Special Stops

Blue Caves

The Blue Caves are one of the most popular and advertised attractions of the island.


There is no sand on this beach as Xigia is covered with beautiful white pebbles.

Makris Gialos

Makris Gialos beach has a sandy seashore and crystal waters, ideal for snorkeling.


One of the most known places and a symbol of Zakynthos is the Navagio beach.



Starting Point

All trips start from the port of Zakynthos


Maximum Capacity 10 pax + 2 Crew

Cruise Duration

5 - 7 hours

Trip Includes

Skipper, Fuel, Soft Drinks, Juices, Wine, Fresh Fruit. All additional requests can be arranged for extra charge.