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St. Lucia Adventures On The Sea

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For thrill-seeking adventurers, St. Lucia delivers day after magnificent day of pulse-racing activity, whether you're on the water, under the water or firmly on land. Explore them all here. From snorkeling and scuba to sailing, hiking, horseback riding and zip-lining, the fun never ends in our tropical island paradise. 

Can't decide if you want to explore on land or sea? Check out three of our favorite combination tours:

Deep Sea Fishing (Group or Charter)

The ‘Catch of the Day’ will become your thrill for the day! On this excursion you venture about 1 1/2 – 4 miles off-shore. The knowledgeable boat captains will take you to the area’s best fishing spots where you will likely catch Marlin, King Fish, Sail Fish, Yellow Fin Tuna, Wahoo, Dorado and Barracudas. Drinks, fresh fruit and snacks are included.

Dolphin & Whale Watching (Group or Charter)

This exciting tour takes you along the west coast of our island. As you travel along the calm waters of the Caribbean Sea, the sight of whales and dolphins in their natural habitat is a magical and unforgettable experience. Boats are often accompanied by dolphins playing in the boat’s wake. Drinks, fresh fruit and snacks are included.

The Romantic Sunset Cruise (Private)

Depart at 4:30 pm ( depending on the time of year) and set sail for a Romantic Sunset Cruise. Included is a captain, stewardess, open-bar, champagne for the sunset, fresh tropical fruit and snacks.

Half Day Sailing Charter

Sail southbound exploring the west coast of St. Lucia. Swim and snorkel at Anse Cochon and tour the beautiful inlet of Marigot Bay! Included is a captain, stewardess, open-bar, champagne, fresh tropical fruits and snacks.

Full Day Sailing Charter

We set sail down the breath taking west coast passing local fishing villages and stunning coast line to the town of Soufriere home to the majestic Pitons. Once we reach Soufriere you will be transferred by shuttle to the Botanical Gardens including the Toraille Falls and a walk in the Volcano or Sulphur Springs. There you can scrape up the sulphurous mud and cover yourself with it because it has tremendously therapeutic qualities and is the best thing known to man for an amazing complexion. However being sulphur it can smell a bit! After a tour of the plantation and taking in the manufacturing processes carried out on the farm, you are invited to a buffet lunch. On our return up the coast on the Catamaran we will stop at a protected reef and swimming area for a refreshing swim or snorkeling you will see some beautiful fish on the reef. We pass through Marigot Bay one of the Caribbean’s most beautiful bays and then it’s party time the rum punch is flowing and the crew get dancing as we party our way back to dock. What's Included; light Breakfast on board, Catamaran Sail, Botanical Gardens, local Buffet Lunch, Sulphur Springs Mud Bath or Volcano tour, Pitons, Drinks, Snorkeling, Marigot Bay

Endless Summer Boat Tour

This memorable full-day tour features stops at Anse Cochon for swimming and snorkeling, Fond Doux Estate or Morne Coubaril (both marvelous examples of working cocoa plantations), The Botanical Gardens including the Toraille Falls and a walk in the Volcano and Sulphur Springs. After lunch, it's back to the catamaran for a stop at Anse Cochon and perhaps a stop at Hurricane Hole at Marigot Bay, before returning to Rodney Bay.

Martinque Splendor

A day-cation within your vacation! Martinique Splendor offers an all inclusive, fast comfortable ride to the neighbouring French island of Martinique for a day of sun, fun, and shopping. Once you in Martinique, you have the option of a ½ tour guided tour of the main attractions in the capital Fort de France and 2 hours exploring by yourself, or you can venture for the full 21/2 hours shopping on your own. Flying Ray leaves for Martinique from the Rodney Bay Marina at 8:30am, and more often than not, during the channel crossing, dolphins can be seen frolicking in the ocean. Occasionally whales will surface too.