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Catamaran Circumnavigation Cruise

Duration: Full Day

catamaran circumnavigation cruise

Come along and let the gentle Caribbean breezes gently caress your hair as you embark on a nautical adventure like you never imagined possible! Let our amazing Circumnavigation tour take you all around the wonderful uninhabited islands that surround Antigua and enjoy a day of pure bliss amidst the most unspoilt settings

We pick you up right from your hotel between 8am and 10pm and from there on follows an incredible aquatic journey that will take you on a paradisiacal discovery unlike anything you could have ever experienced. Whether you hop aboard from a beach or a dinghy, our cruises are easy to join as we stop by at your hotel at the start of each journey.

Enjoy some gentle morning cruising aboard one of Antigua´s fastest catamarans as it gently glides down through the sparkly waters of the narrow Bird´s Island Channel. This open cruising experience will take us all the way into the Atlantic Ocean as we sail towards the uninhabited shores of Green Island.

Once there, at what will be our first destination; we land at Green Island for 2 and half hours of non-stop fun and extreme relaxation. Upon disembarking the island will welcome you with the opportunity of exploring around its deserted shores or just lay back and soak up some warm rays at one of its pure white beaches. Take the time to do some pleasurable swimming and snorkelling in these clear blue waters or just chill out on the deck as the warm tropical breezes gently caress you.

A succulent Caribbean lunch will follow and it will be served buffet style so that you can take your pick and choose what you fancy or whatever your appetite desires. The feast will consist of Creole Chicken, Fish, Rice and Peas, Macaroni Pie with the accompaniment of fresh local vegetables and garlic bread awaiting you at the bar. Choose where to enjoy your meal and find yourself a quiet and cosy spot in which to sit and savour your food as you look out on the amazing sights and breathtaking views that surround you.

And after this filling Caribbean meal prepare to take sail again as we once more board our catamaran for the next part of our adventure. We will soon be sailing by Nelson´s Dockyard where our crew will also be pointing out landmarks and many other points of historical interest. This is the learning part of our trip where you will be shown much of the quaint historical heritage of Antigua.

We then continue headed west as we sail under the chute past Rendezvous Bay´s deserted peaks as we move towards our final routes before ending this fabulous cruise.

The last downwind leg will take you along the crystalline turquoise waters that are sheltered by the spectacular 2 mile- long Cades Reef. On board we will be serving refreshing drinks and rum punch as we go past these calm waters. This is the ideal place to unwind, be merry and drink up to the melodic rhythms of our live band. Dance around in the main deck or relax soaking up the last sunrays on the trampoline.

As the sun begins to set our boat will be sailing by the calm west coast so that you can take in the last spectacular views against the background of a multicolour Caribbean sky. Take the time to enjoy the last moments on our boat and make the most of the lively new friends you made until the very last minute when we finally drop you off back at your hotel.

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