Take to the seas on a private catamaran charter and experience the bliss of Cozumel's scenic coastline and crystal blue waters. To add more adventure to your day, choose an excursion that offers snorkeling and other activities as well!
Funny staff, provided beverages (water, soda, margaritas, beer). Snorkeling was nice, saw lots of fish. The private beach was very relaxing and had a lot of blown up rafts, beds, and chairs. Highly recommend!
This was a Catamaran ride with sail after snorkeling in the local protected marine park waters. Perfectly clear with many colorful fish and equipment provided. They were kind enough to do this even though most of the booked tourists did not show (only two of us couples). The boat captain and his director Fernando were well experienced, taught us safety, were friendly. Thanks guys!
We did the Fury catamaran and beach party with snorkeling. The snorkeling site was terrible and did not reflect what one expects to see in Cozumel. After 30 minutes in the water we made out way to the beach where they had paddleboards, kayaks and beach climbing apparatusus and trampolines. There were enough chairs on the beach for everyone and the beer and magaritas flowed non stop. Due to the poor snorkeling site I would choose an alternative dive location and excursion. The staff was excellent.
Nice catamaran ride with pleasant crew. Snorkeling was average. Clear water with not an abundance of marine life. Nice break on the beach following snorkeling. Complimentary margaritas with maybe a small amount of tequila in them.
Fury Catamaran trip was awesome and a great value at $68/person. It was 4.5 hours and included snorkeling and a breach break, including inflatable slides in the water to play on. Beer, sodas, and margaritas were all included in the tour price.
Fury Catamaran and Beach Break was tons of fun! The beach break kept our entire family busy and entertained and included all the fun in the cost. The snorkel gear was great and Angel's staff was very patient and taught my kids to snorkel.
Booked the catamaran, MV Morningstar. 12 of us on a boat that could easily have taken 70. Crew was awesome and we snorkeled some of the best reef in Cozumel and then stopped for lunch with fresh ceviche and guac. Relaxing, fun, and actually very affordable. Highly recommended. Only complaint was a little difficulty getting back to cruise ship port (getting a taxi), but minor compared to the great day.
Fury is the name of the excursion. Great boat ride. Drinks, music...not too loud. Clean bathroom on board. My little kids loved it. Stop to snorkel and we all did it. Then to the beach with loads of water blow ups to play on. They have life vests for the small kids.
Cozumel. Mexico – Had some time before and after the tour to shop and have lunch in town. We booked the Fury Catamaran. Took a half hour boat ride to the reef. Snorkeled for about 45 minutes then we went to their private beach for about an hour. Good tour, but we would have rather skipped it and do some more shopping on our own.
the food and drink plentiful. The crew members were polite and kept the excursion fun. The crew was very cognizant for the safety of the passengers while snorkeling and swimming. The catamaran was lovely and spacious and the scenery beautiful.
The Fury Catamaran Tour was great. We first went out to where we could snorkel then stopped at a beach break where they had inflatables in the water that you could jump on or slide down and some paddles boarding and kayaking. They had drinks on board which was awesome!
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