Frequently Asked Questions

Welcome onboard Captain Marko Cruises! Trust us! We are the Real Thing!

Step 1 – You can book online, at any of the high street tour shops, from our sales stands in Ayia Napa harbor or call us directly.

Step 2 – Book online, complete the booking form that can be found on the Booking page or alternatively click on the ‘Book’ button found on each cruise page. Please fill out all the necessary fields in our booking form as they are needed by our insurance company and the authorities.

Credit cards are accepted payment methods.

Our boats have a carrying capacity of 150 passengers for CPT MARKO and 40 passengers for Captain Morgan however, a normal cruise day is more or less around half the capacity.

The boat is inspected yearly by the Deputy Ministry of Shipping and is issued a yearly safety certificate.

We guide the cruise in English, German and Russian.

Yes, we do have both for adults and children. If you cannot swim or you are not a strong swimmer, we put a life jacket on you for you and you get into the water under the constant supervision from our crew.

Yes, you can do, however, the boat is exempted from providing facilities for people with disabilities.

Definitely, children love swimming, jumping off the top deck and snorkeling.

Yes, why not? Enjoy the cruise, get in the water and swim with your baby.

None besides paying for your drinks at the bar or buying optional lunch.

Mask, fins & snorkel: we provide the mask and snorkel. When booking, tell us your shoe size, so we can make ready fins for you. You can always bring your own

Towel: bring your towel.

Clothing: casual long sleeve top is a good idea while on board.

Rash guards: excellent sun protection, more reliable than sunscreen as you don’t have to reapply.

Sunscreen: highly recommended, but it must be 100% biodegradable

Hat: a hat is always a good idea when on the ocean

Sunglasses: sunglasses are also very useful in the tropical glare

Camera: is of course a great way to capture the magic

Yes, we sail 7 days a week.

Yes as long as it’s foldable, we also have a baby changing station if you need it.

Yes, we do spot dolphins and turtles from time to time but not very often.

As a general rule, most people do not get seasick while onboard. However, if you are prone to suffer seasickness, we advise you to buy seasickness tablets. It is advisable to take these at least 30 minutes before the cruise.

Yes, provided you booked the optional transfer, we will contact you by email the afternoon before your tour to confirm room details and pick-up time.
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