Enjoy the beautiful waters from above and below. View coral formations and a variety of marine life as you snorkel the reefs of Grand Bahama Island. Then sit back and relax to the sound of the wind in the sails as you cruise the Lucaya shores.
Note: Participants must be at least 10 years of age. Lemonade or fruit punch and all gear/instructions are provided. Please bring sunscreen and a towel.
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2 of 2(100%)customers would recommend this to a friend.
We went in Sept. 2012, we are a couple in our 40's. We really enjoyed ourselves on this tour and would do it again. The crew and captain were very friendly and informative. They had lemonade and water free on the boat and snacks to purchase. You are definitely hungry and thirsty after snorkeling for 2 hrs. When we arrived at our snorkeling destination they threw out dog food which really brought in the fish for close up viewing. The reef was beautiful too. No sharks seen! so if your leery of them they weren't around. I would recommend this a thousand times over...
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Review 2 for Sail & Snorkel Tour
I traveled with:Other
Cruise Date Month:October
Cruise Date Year:2011
Favorite port:Nassau, Bahamas
I want to go here next:Hawaii
Date:October 10, 2011
fun but could have been better
The three staff members on the Sail & Snorkel tour were funny and entertaining, but they didn't know how to sail! Being a sailor, I had to give them pointers (but not until they officially asked for help... I didn't want to step on their toes.) We only sailed on the way back to the dock, we motored on the way out to the reef. They took us out to a reef on open water, not in a wind-protected area. The water was very choppy, which made treading water difficult even with the inflatable snorkel vest. Thank god they had noodles for extra flotation. My boyfriend had a miserable time due to the water being so rough- he could not get a seal on his mask so he just treaded water for 45 minutes. The crew did their best to entertain, but there was no instruction or educational info given. You definitely need to know how to swim and should probably have snorkeled before.