2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2019
Ok so Barbados...it looks so so so sketchy but honestly we walked in to town (20 min walk or so) and everyone was incredibly friendly. We walked to the Boatyard beach club which could use some more signage to make it easier to find from ... Read More
Ok so Barbados...it looks so so so sketchy but honestly we walked in to town (20 min walk or so) and everyone was incredibly friendly. We walked to the Boatyard beach club which could use some more signage to make it easier to find from the road but beyond that was a good deal- $25 got you a drink, a chair and an umbrella on a beautiful clean beach with various water trampolines and swing rope you could use and a ride back to cruise dock. It also included a boat ride/snorkel out to see turtles but honestly- in less you get there right when they open the chances are your name will not be called before you have to head back to ship. Kind of a bummer there but still an enjoyable day. You can buy food and drinks there- pricey for just burgers and chicken strips but expected. They do allow vendors on beach but they were not in your face and took no for an answer politely and easily. We never felt like it was bothersome. Some of the beach clubs next door seemed to have more of a problem controlling that issue. Also beach club next door had jet ski rides and tubing but once you have on a Boatyard wrist band- you are not allowed to use those or they will throw you out. Boatyard has insurance policy- jet ski and tube places apparently do not. And it shows- they looked dangerous at the speeds they were going. Luckily Boatyard had a very clear designated swim area that those boats could not access so I felt safe swimming. Good day all in all. Read Less

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