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Grand Cayman Parasailing Excursion Reviews

Grand Cayman Parasailing cruise excursion
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Enjoy a bird's eye view of Grand Cayman on an aquatic parasailing adventure.
Member Image XxxHannaXxx
1 review
Mar 2014

Our second port the cruise ship went to was agenda atman. This was a beautiful place to go. However the ship wasnt able to dock up close, so everyone had to tender. The tender boats and sea were terrible that day. When on our way back, many people were not at the ship on time. Many people were confused with ship time and Grand Caymen time. When we arrived onto the Caymen Islands, it was beautiful. We caught a ride to seven mile beach for an excursion. As part of the Seven Mile Beach, there were many water sports. We did parasailing for $120.00 for 3 people to go up. Parasailing for the first time, was an amazing experience. The water was gorgeous and the ride was worth it. It was about a 15 minute ride. I would definitely recommend parasailing in Grand Caymen.

Read XxxHannaXxx's full Carnival Breeze cruise review
Provider: At Seven Mile Beach
Member Image rkb1970
1 review
Dec 2012
My son chose to do this with my husband. My husband and I have done this before and I didn't think too much of it. But my son LOVED every minute of it!
Read rkb1970's full Norwegian Pearl cruise review
Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image gcalli1
2 reviews
Feb 2012
We were parasailing through a company (I believe it was Discount Excursions) that is located very close to the pier -just about 2 blocks away. This was very convenient, and the price was far better than anything offered through the cruise lines. We had a great time!!! It was a beautiful day, and the views were stunning. With just a little Internet work, you can save about 50% by booking this yourself instead.
Read gcalli1's full Carnival Legend cruise review
Provider: Carnival Cruise Lines

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