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Barbados Shipwreck Snorkel Excursion Reviews

Barbados Shipwreck Snorkel cruise excursion
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Snorkel through multiple shipwrecks dating back through WWI and WWII. Covered in marine life, these wrecks are prime examples of reef diversity, and they rest only a few feet below the surface.
Member Image jcqangel
1 review
Feb 2014

The 4x4 was disappointing..it was just a long tour of the island on tarred road. The shipwreck snorkel was great and the speedboat to the site was exciting. Not enough time on the beach.

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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image Dan2k11
1 review
Mar 2013
We found Black Pearl Party Cruises online and booked an 11-3 voyage aboard the Jolly Roger. We were supposed to have two snorkel stops, one with turtles and one over a sunken ship but because the water on the north side of the island was choppy, the turtle potion was not possible on that day. The trip included booze, soft drinks and lunch. We really enjoyed the ride and the opportunity to "walk the plank" and use the rope swing. The food was great and he drinks were stiff. Snorkeling over a real ship wreck was super cool and our kids really enjoyed that experience.
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Provider: Jolly Roger
Member Image Devilaw
3 reviews
Mar 2013
This was all a part of one package, sea turtles and shipwreck snorkeling. The snorkeling was fantastic, however we only had about 20 minutes at the wreck, far to short of a time. We then were taken to a beach for about an hour where we were supplied unlimited rum punch. The beach was beautiful, however we would have rather spent more time snorkeling.
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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image mvlulu
1 review
Feb 2013
Same excursion as the turtle swim. Lots of fun.
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Provider: Celebrity Cruises

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