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At 9h, the boat leaves the marina and heads to sea with a pleasant musical atmosphere on board.
During the trip several animations will be proposed. If you're lucky, you can spot some dolphins and feats your camera lenses! You will also attend a traditional fishing session.
On the Island of Flamingos, you will have enough time to swim and tan. At noon, a delightful lunch will be offered to you in a lovely setting. The menu includes: Tunisian salad, brick Tunisian couscous, grilled fish, cola, mint tea, fruits of the season.
After lunch you can either attend a session animation or return to the shore
At 14h you return feeling elated and the sounds of cheer fill the air as you arrive at the tourist port of Houmet Souk.
Cap Bon stretches from Nabeul for 140 km north of the country in the middle of the Mediterranean, towards Sicily. The landscape is an alternation of plains and plateaus, villages, beaches and coves. The fertile region is covered with vines that produce the famous Kelibia Muscat, fruit trees and cereals
You can discover a Tunisia a little more authentic than elsewhere, quieter and less geared towards tourism. Cap Bon is easily visited in a day by car.
It is a garrison boat of the 2nd World War which made a route from Libya to Tunisia, it is about 40m long, a third of which is silted up. It rests on a bottom of 20m maximum. Electric aircraft cables, gas masks and telecommunications equipment are found on board aircraft engines. It is 4.3MN from the club about 10mn.
There are some pretty porcelains, many military equipment, many discoveries are still to be made on this wreck.
The fauna is composed of liches, corbs, and some not shy groupers who are even quite curious, hermit crabs, and many nudibranchs.