The Best Boat Tours In The Cayman Islands

Located south of Cuba and northwest of Jamaica, the Caribbean’s beautiful Cayman islands offer a host of wonderful outdoor activities. Warm annual temperatures combined with a variety of aquatic wonders like coral reefs, stingray refuges, magical sunsets, and abundant marine life make the islands’ many boat tours very popular with tourists. Here are some of the Cayman’s best professional boating excursions to help you get the most out of your Cayman Island adventure.

Grand Cayman Catamaran Cruise

Based in Georgetown, this three-hour sailboat tour includes snorkeling and stingray interaction at Stingray Sandbar and Reef. All gear is included. Swim with friendly stingrays as you explore a whole new underwater world.

Point Blue Sailing

Point Blue’s highly qualified Captain Dean brings knowledge and extensive sailing experience to his charters. Choose between daytime, sunset, or dinner cruises. A flat hourly fee plus a variety of add-on water sports activities allows you to customize your experience.

Atlantis Submarine Cayman Islands

See the Caymans’ undersea wonders up close from the dry comfort of this luxury submarine tour. Atlantis descends to a 100-foot depth to allow tourists the chance to see beautiful reefs and marine wildlife swimming along the vessel. Choose between daytime or nighttime tours.

Sail with Friends – Cayman

Company proprietors Patrick and Alice have made a lifetime of sailing. Now they want to share their experiences with you. Offering several choices of full day (six hours) or half day (four hours) sailboat or powerboat tours, this duo emphasizes warm and personal service for every guest. Snorkeling and stingray visits are included, as is the gear and fish food.

Dexter’s Fantasea Tours

Dexter’s is touted as one of the best Stingray City tours. Personally chartered by Captain Dexter himself, this tour company offers door-to-door pickup and dropoff from several Grand Cayman vacation rentals. Snorkel among the beautiful reefs and then head over to Stingray City to feed and swim with its renowned underwater residents.

George’s Watersports

If you’re looking for a more “sporty” water experience, George’s offers a variety of different water activities to view the area’s natural treasures. Boating and fishing charters are available to rent, as are paddleboards and even bicycles. George’s also features a unique “bioluminescence tour” to see the natural underwater light phenomenon caused by millions of plankton.

Sea Elements

Want to see the island from a kayak? Sea Elements offers both boating and kayak tours for its guests. See the Cayman’s shallow and fragile mangrove forests, accessible only by kayak, or take one of the company’s moonlight kayak tours. You may even catch one of their periodic “mating glow worm” tours, which take place three days after each full moon.

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