Spanish Paella & champagne on board
Champagne on board
The captain will welcome you to your ship; Get on board, walk the deck, the corridors and the stern to find the best place during your boat trip along the coast of Barcelona. You will find the table prepared with a typical local seafood paella (or vegetables if you wish) accompanied by a bottle of cava made in an exclusive ecological winery in the Mediterranean (awarded with the prize for the best cava in Spain).
Enjoy with friends, turn up the music and leave the city aside to immerse yourself in the Mediterranean with all its flavors and colors.
Location and duration
- 2 hours
- Fees & Taxes
- Courtesy drink
- Professional Skipper
Choose your boat
Rent your Barefoot sailboat in Barcelona or surroundings and enjoy our barefoot sailing.
Rent your Sunseeker yacht in Costa Brava and enjoy our yacht trip.
Rent your Azimut yacht in Palma de Mallorca and enjoy our yacht trip.
Catamaran Sail District
Rent your catamaran Sail District in Barcelona or surroundings. Enjoy our catamaran trip.
Catamaran Bali 4.8
Rent your Bali 4.8 catamaran in Barcelona or surroundings and and have your celebration on board.
Heartbeat of Life
Rent your Heartbeat Of Life yacht in Barcelona or surroundingsand enjoy our yacht trip.
Rent your Ocean Barcelona yacht in Barcelona or surroundings and enjoy our yacht ride.
Add your extras
Minimum for two people!
Traditional Spanish aperitif
Chips, Spanish Olives, Spanish Cheese, Bread crackers
Spanish premium delights
Table of Iberian Sausages, Table of cheese, bread sticks, nuts
Chips, Spanish Olives, Traditional Spanish Tortilla, Cheese Selection
Traditional chickpea hummus, Guacamole, Carrot sticks, Nachos
Butter croissants, Donuts, Mix of Sweet Pastry
Chips, Olives, Salty snacks, Mini Montaditos & Croissants, Mini Wraps, Mini Sweet Croissants
Tell us what you eat and we will tell you what you are
Portion of olives
Selection of authentic local olives
4 portions of Spanish tortilla
Original flavor Mexican nachos
Table of Iberic Ham & Cheese (for 2 persons)
Fresh made Birthday cake
Chocolate cake or Lemon Pie (with candles)
Seasonal fruit mix
Traditional spanish seafood paella
Drink first, think later!
Local product. Taste the most traditional and fresh appetizer drink
Six local and fresh beer pack
Authentic catalan sparkling wine
Fresh and delicious champagne bottle
Moët & Chandon
Moët & Chandon champagne bottle
The best flavors from local catalan winery
Red wine from Rioja
Soft drinks pack
Two cokes, two orange soda and two lemon soda
Johnny Walker Black Label whisky bottle
Glenrothes Select whisky bottle
Seagram's gin bottle
Hendricks gin bottle
Grey Goose vodka bottle
Mojito drink bottle. Rhum, lemon & mint.
The best flavors from local catalan winery
Accessories on board
Just play. Have fun. Enjoy the game.
Paddle Surf table
1 paddle surf table rental
15 minutes of adrenaline! Banana boat experience (minim 4 pax)
Day rental of one water toy (fun shapes: flamingo, pizza and more!)
30 minutes of water ski experience
30 minutes of wakeboard
Goggles, snorkel and flipper
Rental of cotton towel
Rental of polaroid camara (20 pics)
Services on board
Don't forget to take care of yourself
Private fishing instructor on board and fishing kit. Discover the Mediterranean sea!
Half Day extra crew hire
Extra Crew (full day)
Full Day extra crew hire
Hire a private chef for a lunch or dinner.
2 hours of private photographer. 60 pictures for you!
1 hour of relax surrounded by the sea
2 hours of cocktail workshop. Which is your favorite drink?
Private tour guide on board
2 hours with a professional tour guide, discover the best stories from the sea!
For groups of more than 11 or for special petitions, contact us
Check your itinerary
Port Marina Vela:
Your adventure begins in the heart of Barcelona, at an exclusive port in an unbeatable spot, the ideal place to take in Barcelona’s unique history and architecture. Jump on board, get settled in and marvel at the exclusive Mediterranean appetizers we’ve prepared for you. Pop a bottle of ice-cold bubbly and dig into these gourmet delights. Straight ahead you’ll see the imposing Montjuic Mountain. At 173m, this was the stronghold from which to control and defend the city. Montjuic means “Jewish Mountain” and during the Middle Ages was a significant location not only for the Jewish community in Catalonia but in the whole of the Western Mediterranean. While you gaze at the views, the boat heads out to open water. From here, thousands of different shapes and architectural forms reveal the city’s secrets.
Barcelona From the Sea:
After taking in the natural grandeur of Montjuic Mountain, look a bit further down. On one side you’ll see the cruise ship port, one of the most important in Europe and a base for Mediterranean trips. On the other, a mass of enormous cranes signals the city’s commercial port. We’re sailing into the Mediterranean, as you can tell from the gentle breeze and the salt in the air. Observe the sun glistening on the water and curved form of the W Hotel, bathed in rays of light. We continue and you catch sight of the first beach, Sant Sebastià, at the foot of W Hotel. It stretches out for miles, linking the sea with the modernist city of Barcelona. At this point, you’ll see the old fishing village of Barceloneta too. With its little houses, right on the coast, this spot is truly unique.
Enjoy a Bite to Eat on Board:
Now we’re heading out to sea on our fantastic Barcelona boat trip, it’s time to relax, enjoy your champagne and gourmet snacks, and admire the city from our Sail District. To your right, Montjuic with its mountain-top fortress, along with the grandiose cruise docks and the commercial port that keeps the city stocked with goods. To your left, you’ll see W Hotel, opened in 2009 and designed by the Spanish architect, Ricardo Bofill. From W Hotel, kilometers of sands stretch out along Barceloneta District, the neighborhood that’s home to Sant Sebastià, Sant Miquel and Barceloneta beaches. Barceloneta district is characterized by its triangular shape. And do you know what? It was created to accommodate people from the La Ribera quarter who’d lost their homes.
The Very Best Sunset:
We continue to discover Barcelona’s secrets from our Sail District. Check out the city’s design, with the streets in a grid pattern of perpendicular lines, creating countless different squares of buildings. This urban makeover, called the Cerdá Plan, took place in 1860 and shaped the modern-day neighborhood of Eixample. Trace the Barcelona skyline and you’ll soon find Gaudí’s gem and icon of the city: La Sagrada Familia. As the sun sets, you’ll see the spectacular evening light glistening on the waves and on the two large towers that look out to sea, dominating the Barcelona skyline. Pour yourself a glass of champagne, try our traditional cheeses and relax as we take in Barcelona from the sea. Your skipper is there with everything you might need.