suggested itinerary - 1 week
DAY 1 | Check-in In Troia
Area and boat briefing. Provisioning. Relaxing and get used to the boat.
DAY 2 | Tour to see Dolphins
Soft tour within Sado River till find river estuary. Spend the early morning to see dolphins and get a place to anchor and have a relaxed day.
DAY 3 | Sailing to Sesimbra | 11 NM
"On August 15, 1201 was granted to the inhabitants of Sesimbra the Charter of Foral, regal document of Sancho I of Portugal implementing the rights and duties. It was the reign of King Dinis, sixth king of Portugal, who created the Ribeira de Varzim Sesimbra, a small fishing village by the sea. The village has grown and became village in the Age of Discovery. Sesimbra has become an important port of shipbuilding and ship supplies.
Sesimbra is currently one of the main fishing port, with fresh fish in all restaurants that is something to enjoy."
DAY 4 | Sailing to Cascais | 25 NM
Atlantic Ocean navigation. Heading 250º and after cape Espichel, 330º. You will then have the last 20nm to Cascais. Spend the night at the marina or anchored at Cascais bay.
"Renowned for its splendid white sand beach, the numerous shops and charming shopping streets and its cosmopolitanism, the fishing village of Cascais has reinvented itself and became a refined resort by the sea and one of the finest destinations in the area Lisbon.
Cascais was once an elegant summer retreat of the Portuguese monarchy during the nineteenth century and a haven for European royalty during the Second World War thanks to the neutral status of the country."
DAY 5| Sailing to Lisboa | 11 NM
Atlantic Ocean navigation. Heading 250º and after cape Espichel, 330º. You will then have the last 25nm back to Lisboa. Spend the night and the next day to know Lisbon.
DAY 7 | Sailing to Troia | 40 NM
Return to Tróia. All day navegation. Spend the night at Troia marina