Travel Directions

Roteiros Recomendados para passeios de barco no Rio de Janeiro.


Only with us you can go from Rio de Janeiro to Búzios by sea or by land. Going by land are 185 miles away and the trip takes an average of 3 hours. Even traveling by car to Angra or Búzios you have the option of embarking at the local marina and visiting the most famous beaches, islands and neighboring towns of the region.

But the cool thing about traveling by sea is to personalize the route, visiting more pristine paradises and practically deserted beaches, and it is still more tranquil to spend more time in the coolest places, stopping for lunch on some island or diving in a must-see point. With a few days' sleep on the boat, it is easy to draw the script that pleases you most with the captain.

The distances from Rio de Janeiro to Búzios are 80 nautical miles and from Rio de Janeiro to Angra are 70 nautical miles. A Sailboat will spend to travel from Porto Angra dos Reis to Porto Rio de Janeiro at an average speed of 9 km / h or 5 knots about 10 Hours. A boat takes to go from the Port of Rio de Janeiro to Porto Angra dos Reis at an average speed of 38 knots or 70 km / h 4 hours and a half.

The information on speed and time spent on the routes informed here are only estimates, because depending on the type and purpose of the boat, the weight of its load and the power of the engines, the developed speed may be higher or lower. Please note that the time spent on the course has been calculated without taking into account any stops that are very common on trips at sea. Other factors that hamper absolute accuracy in calculating the time spent on a trip in any ocean on the planet are weather conditions, winds, currents, etc.

The resort has 365 islands and the best thing to do is to go to the South Zone Supermarket inside the Pirate Mall to stock up with food and drinks before going. The shortest route is by the coast. In addition to the faster travel, the possibility of breaking a little of the monotony of the crossing with beautiful landscapes that a little distance from the coast allowed us to see.

Since its founding, pirate ships and slave traders have been habitual visitors in the buzianas waters, today boats of the world pass through its waters and anchor (anclan) in their coves, to the delight of its owners and others like you and I, who admire boats or Has this romantic envy of the adventurers, who live across the seas.

Búzios is the best sailing streak in Brazil and one of the best in America, the region's winds favor the sport. Practicam all classes And many international sailors and Brazilian Olympic champions train in their waters.

The navigation in Búzios can be divided in two, to the north of the peninsula and to the south of her. To the north in the cove where the beaches are, João Fernandinho and João Fernandes, Azeda and Azedinha, Beaches, Bones, Armação, of the corner, Virgins, Turtle, Manguinhos and Rasa, the navigation is calm. With winds of up to 15 knots the marolas do not exceed 50 to 60 cm, both Northeast and East as Southwest.

To the south of the peninsula, where are Praia Brava, Oho de Boi, Oven, Foca, Ferradura, Ferradurinha, Geribá, Tucuns, Zé Gonçalves and Caravelas is open sea and with wind above the 10 knots the navigation made uncomfortable, mainly with Northeast and Leste, with waves of more than 1 meter. With 15 knots the waves pass from 1.5 meters to 2 meters, with 20 knots or more, I have seen waves from 3 to 4 meters. With frequent waves sometimes from 6 to 9 seconds, it becomes unbearable any navigation, with south and southwest winds the navigation in open sea is much more comfortable.

It is necessary to be very careful also with the diverse slabs submerged in all the peninsula, duly marked in the nautical chart. They can anchor in all the beaches respecting the distances of 100 m or 200 m depending on the beach, consult the Captainship of Cabo Frio, another link for meteorological consultation Forecast for the Maritime Rim of the State of Rio de Janeiro.