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Idle-vice is a chris craft sportsman sedan and extremely rare to find in Europe.

She was designed before wwii, but construction was stopped for the war and started again only in 1950.

Idle-vice left the factory in 1953 and worked the great lakes in the USA for over 60 years until the owners of the Santiago brought her to Portugal to enjoy the tagus river and the sights of Lisbon seen from the sea and from the estuary, the way all the travellers saw Lisbon before air travel

Idle vice seats a maximum of four people

Tour to Cascais

(1h50 - 2h00)

Leave Oeiras Marina that sits at the mouth of the Tagus river and head west along the “Lisbon Riviera” beaches towards Estoril and Cascais. Key points of interest include :

  • Carcavelos Sea Forte
  • The Riviera Beaches
  • 1890´s Bone Hospital on the Sea
  • Former Dictator Salazar´s Summer Forte and Private Beach
  • Estoril Casino
  • Coastline of WWII spies
  • Famous Bay of Cascais
  • Boca do Inferno (“Mouth of hell”) blow hole

Tour to Lisbon

(2h00 - 2h50)

Leave Oeiras Marina and head East up the Tagus River past all the places of Maritime history and see old Lisbon from the River. Key points of Interest will include :

  • Bugio Light House – the official gateway to the Tagus river and sea port
  • River Forte of Giribalta in Paço de Arcos
  • River Forte of São Bruno in Caxias
  • The Champalimaud Foundation for the Unknown
  • The Praia de Descobrimentos
  • Torre de Belem
  • Discoveries Monument (With Jeronimos Nataional Monastary behind)
  • Museum of Electricity
  • Medieval River Docks
  • Pass under the 25th of April Suspension Bridge, under the watch of the Christo Rei Monument
  • Past the working Lisbon Sea Port for Containers
  • Stop in front of old central Lisbon, Praça de Comércio
  • Up to Alfama and Campo de Cebolas and return

Drop off choice either back in Oeiras or in Belém


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