Rio Boat Tour

Your Rio boat tour will begin as you depart from the 1920s Yacht Club in Rio de Janeiro’s Urca Harbor. In full view of the city’s classic sites: Christ the Redeemer and Sugarloaf Mountain, we will sail across the bay towards the prominent suburb of Niteroi, so that we can get the best view of Copacabana and Ipanema Beach as well as get a close up look at Brazil’s most famous architect, Niemeyer’s, masterpiece museum.

Continuing our journey, we have the option to visit the Cagarras Archipelago, just one hour from mooring. This archipelago is formed by five islands and is home to wild seabirds, such as seagulls and frigates as well as other local wildlife such as dolphins and tropical fish. During certain parts of the year, visitors may have the luck to see humpback whales passing as they make their annual migration from the South Pole to the Abrolhos Archipelago off the Northern coast of the state of Bahia. We will then journey back to drop you off on shore so that you can continue enjoying your Rio trip on land. Click here for more Bromelia Rio tours!

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Approximately  2 Hours 


  • sailing tour on a 12m [40ft] Valero sail boat
  • local professional english speaking capital

note: Private sailing tours are also available for up to 6 hours & can include an on-board homemade bbq lunch. Contact us directly for information.



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