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Lunch and Snorkel Sail in Barbados

Highlights
  • 4-hour Barbados cruise with lunch
  • Sail into Carlisle Bay and Payne’s Bay, stopping twice to snorkel
  • Walk the plank, dance the conga line or join a pirate wedding aboard the Jolly Roger!
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Lunch and Snorkel Sail in Barbados
From US$87.00
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Lunch and Snorkel Sail in Barbados
From US$87.00
Overview
Swim with turtles and snorkel over shipwrecks on this half-day cruise in Barbados. Set sail aboard the ‘Jolly Roger’ schooner and enjoy activities such as plank walking, conga dancing and rope swinging; visit Carlisle Bay and Payne’s Bay for swimming and snorkeling opportunities; and tuck into a delicious, barbecue buffet complete with unlimited drinks from the onboard bar.
What to Expect
Begin with a mid-morning pickup from your Barbados hotel, and then travel to the port in a climate-controlled vehicle. Meet the skipper and crew, and then climb aboard the Jolly Roger, your vessel for the next four hours.
Find yourself a comfortable spot on the top sun deck or in one of the shaded areas, and relax as you cruise out onto the Caribbean Sea. Make your first stop at Carlisle Bay, a marine park where you’ll be able to swim and snorkel over several impressive shipwrecks.
Continue to Payne’s Bay on the west coast, where you’ll have the opportunity to feed tropical fish and swim with sea turtles. Then, dry off on deck and take part in fun onboard games such as conga dancing, plank walking and rope swinging.
When the time comes, tuck into a delicious barbecue lunch. Feast on your choice of grilled tuna, baked chicken or sirloin steak with macaroni pie, vegetable rice, salad, corn, coleslaw, garlic bread and steamed vegetables — all of which is cooked to order. You’ll also enjoy unlimited drinks from the onboard bar, including rum punch to get you in the mood for the conga line and pirate wedding.
Your tour concludes with a drop-off back at your hotel.
Reviews (37)
1 - 5 of 9 reviews
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
What a Blast! Don't miss this one.

Lived this journey on the Jolly Roger. The crew was so helpful right from the dock. First we went snorkeling in an area with the sea turtles. They were swimming all around me. Then we loaded back in the boat for a ride across the...More

1  Thank 889elsier
Reviewed 25 December 2018
Fun day on the water

We did this as part of an excursion through the cruise lines. Fun atmosphere, lots of good music, plenty to drink. The snorkeling is good, but will be crowded as lots of snorkel tours show up to the same place at the same time to...More

Date of experience: December 2018
Thank mtchevalier
Reviewed 17 September 2018
Was OK, but wouldn't do it again

I have been on many party cruises and when we stayed in Barbados the last time went on a much better cruise. The staff was very nice and friendly. But my biggest issues were that we didn't leave on time, which delayed our time getting...More

Date of experience: September 2018
1  Thank Lisa Z
Reviewed 2 September 2018 via mobile
Excellent day out

Great fun, good food and endless drink. Crew were great and at each swim stop they had guys in the water as life gaurds and helped make sure everyone was safe.

Thank dave a
Reviewed 11 August 2018
Fun fun fun on the Bajan sea

I had done the Jolly Roger years ago and had a brilliant time. So I suggested a group of us did this for my dad’s birthday as we were all on holiday. The staff were absolutely brilliant. Romario our driver and another Romario the captain...More

Date of experience: July 2018
1  Thank Godsgloriousworld
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ebonygrover19
24 July 2018|
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There was an expedia desk at my resort so I booked that way and about 30-40 can fit comfortable on boat.
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