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Nassau Speed Boat Excursion Reviews

Nassau Speed Boat cruise excursion
Overall Rating
Take your seat aboard the speed boat and feel the exhilaration as you zip along the coastline admiring the scenic views and crystal clear water.
Member Image robergee
1 review
Jan 2014

It was a short excusion and a very good fun for the value. Bring something to hold your sunglasses if you go there otherwise, you will have to buy the strap that they sell for 5$

It's a yellow speed boat that can accomodate around 28 people well strapped and ready to get very wet. The Captain was very fun and he definitely wanted us to have a good trip. The boat can do 90 degrees turn and it swerve at the last minute and all people are getting a wave on the face each time!

It doesn't hurt, don't worry. This activity can be done with kids and they will remember this a long time! I would repeat the experience anytime :)

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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image helandkel
1 review
Not Rated
Jan 2014

Nassau – Three of us took a self-drive powerboat trip and three went Atlantis. I would highly recommend the powerboat as it was the highlight of the trip. It was just so much fun. We booked direct with the company, as it was less than half price than booking it with NCL. We paid $160 for three for one boat whereas it would have been $360 with NCL – bargain. It is exactly the same trip, you meet at Fat Tuesday’s in Nassau if you book direct or with the ship and you make your own way back to the ship whatever way you book. The boats are for two or three if kids or adults under a certain weight. We went in a convoy of four boats, two of us booked direct, two with the ship. It was amazing.
The Atlantis trip was OK – they went to see the fish. Didn’t say too much about it but enjoyed it.

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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line

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