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For the price this was a good boat trip sprouts the island of Porec plus of course being able to see fish from the glass bottom of the boat. We were able to see loads of fish and close to the bottom of the reef....More
It was perfectly fine. We went with our two young children in de morning at 10.30. And we almost had the boat for ourselves mid August. We first went to open sea, that's a 25 min ride. On the way we saw a lot of...More
The glass bottom boat is actually a semi-submarine, 18 metres long with two parts, the ship’s deck and a glazed cabin hull that goes two metres below sea level.
The ship’s deck contains wooden benches, seats with soft cushions and a toilet for guests while...More
The trip lasts an hour and is advertised as a glass bottomed boat trip. After sailing out of the harbour for 15 minutes we circled the same buoy for 30 minutes, whilst half of the passengers spent 15 minutes each in the glass bottomed section...More
My son and I love this boat! You can go down under the water so you see the fish from the side, not just on top. There were three varieties of fish (I forget their names in Croatian) swimming in the water, and I noticed...More
When boarding I asked a member of staff what we were likely to see
"Silver fish and Black fish" was the answer!
There was no information or commentary and essentially you pop outside the harbour and circle whilst a bucket of bread is slowly deposited...More
Nice crew and good English speakers. We were disappointed with the whole 1hour on the boat. There was a lack of fish and the fish that were there were only there because the crew were feeding them!
They also told there were two locations for...More
Having been on the semi submarine tour in Rovinj our kids were desperate to do another submarine trip. It is fair to say the 2 were poles apart in quality and experience. The semi submarine (the red small submarines you will see in almost every...More