Barbados Catamaran Tour Excursion Reviews
This was a catamaran, snorkeling with turtles and beach tour for 1/2 day. Catamaran ride was fine with rum punch included, snorkeling was not impressive at all and 1 hour beach stop was good. The staff was a lot of fun and entertaining.
Elegance Catamaran Cruise only take a maximum of 14 guests.Plenty of room everywhere and bathroom facilities downstairs. First we snorkeled and saw the ship wrecks and sea turtles. Once the snorkeling was finished - the bar was open - wine, beer, soda or mixed drinks.
Our favorite place was on the open bow, which had a tight knit trampoline-like material (not loose netting) with a drink in hand and the breeze in our face! Mid morning they served home made banana bread and Chex mix as snacks.
Then we set sail for a quiet bay to anchor and have a Bajan style lunch which was delicious! Flying fish, chicken, mac & cheese casserole, rice & beans, tossed salad, coleslaw, rolls and carrot cake for dessert.
This five hour catamaran cruise is $100.00 per adult, but well worth it to feel like you had your own private catamaran with a very competent crew!
One thing that the crew on this boat did wrong was let two young children run wild all day long without life jackets on. These kids were too young to be on this boat and their parents didn't watch them and did not care. Our lunch onboard was fantastic and the swim with the sea turtles was a highlight not to be missed.