How do you keep the boats clean and free from germs?
- We limit the number of passengers on transportation buses and boats
- Hand sanitizer is provided at check-in and during your excursion
- Boats are disinfected before, between, and after each excursion
How do you keep the masks, snorkels, fins and belts clean and free from germs?
- Gear is be cleaned before, between, and after each excursion
- There will be an adequate supply of equipment for each guest
What should I bring with me?
- Beach towel
- Can bring own tumbler
What is provided on my excursion?
- Personal flotation device
- Food (type of food depends on excursion)
- Water, sodas, local beer, rum punch
How early should I be at the pick up location?
Pickup time depends on your location. If you are unsure, please contact the office for your pickup time. email@example.com or call us at 649.231.7275 or 649.231.7274
What types of sea life might I see when snorkeling?
You’ll see a variety of tropical fish, as well as the possibility to see dolphins, nurse sharks, lemon sharks, reef sharks, spotted eagle rays, cownose stingrays, lobsters, conch and tropical corals.
Can I stay on the boat instead of snorkeling?
Absolutely. If you don’t feel like snorkeling, you can stay on the boat, chat with the crew and enjoy some refreshments!
What if I have last minute questions?
You can reach out to the office 649.231.7275 or 649.231.7274. We do our best to answer, but during busy departure times we are sometimes busy checking in guests.
Will my boat have a slide?
All of our single and double deck catamarans have slides! The only boat in our fleet that does not have a slide is our luxury day yacht.
Will there be shade on the boat?
Yes! Being in the sun all day can be a lot, especially on the extra warm days. All of our boats are built to provide shade for those looking for it. There is always the option to bask in the sun if that is your preference, but every boat in our fleet from the catamarans to our luxury day yacht has both.
Do I need to know how to swim to go on an excursion?
No. Everyone is provided a flotation device that can be used for snorkeling and swimming. If you don’t feel comfortable swimming with that, you are always welcome to stay on the boat until we get to an island stop. Once there, you can go into the water if you wish up to your comfort level.
Are there age requirements for the excursions?
This depends on the excursion. Our half day and Dream Day snorkeling tours are open to all ages. Sea to Sand is open to kids 16 and older unless it is booked as a private tour. Our adults only Shipwreck tour is available to everyone 18 and older (legal drinking age in TCI). If you have any questions please reach our to our friendly office staff.
How big is the barrier reef?
The barrier reef that hugs the North coast of the Turks and Caicos Islands is 340 miles long. It is the third largest barrier reef in the world and protects Grace Bay Beach from larger waves.