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Cordillera Cay’s 3-1 Adventure

Quick Details

Users Ages: All Ages

Hour Glass Duration: 3 hours

Clock Check in: 15 minutes prior to Tour Time

Cruise Ship Tour Time: 4pm-7pm Sep-March, 4:30pm-7:30pm, April-August

Map Marker Location: M-20 Villa Marina Yacht Harbor

Tag What to Bring: A great attitude and the love of the aquatic life, Reef Safe sunscreen, Towel, Swimwear, Cash.

Info *Due To Covid-19 Guidelines capacity may vary.

Adult (13 & Up)
$70
Child (4-12)
$60
Infant (0-3)
$40
Private Charter
$1800
Private Charter: Please Call For Options And Details.

Enjoy Snorkeling, Beach Time & a Sunset on our Sailing Catamaran

If your vacation days are running out and you want to experience all that our aquatic world has to offer, then the 3-in-1 catamaran getaway tour is for you! Snorkeling, beach exploration, and an amazing Caribbean sunset viewed from our sailing catamaran are the perfect highlights of any Puerto Rico vacation.

Enjoy an afternoon tour to the white sandy beaches of Icacos island, where you can enjoy swimming in pristine waters or snorkel at the shallow reefs off the shore of this uninhabited cay. Then it’s anchors aweigh as we embark on a lovely sail in search of a stunning Caribbean sunset at sea. Our guests can enjoy views of the towering mountains of El Yunque National Rainforest, Cabo San Juan Light House, plus the twinkling lights of the Spanish Virgin Islands at dusk.

Sail Inclusions

  • Food: Due to Covid-19 Guidelines we will be offering pre-packaged light snacks
  • Drinks: Unlimited water, sodas, fruit juice, local beer, and tropical rum beverages
  • Gear: Quality snorkeling gear & flotation devices. We will be disinfecting all snorkel equipment following each use, but we encourage guests to bring their own snorkel gear when possible.

Important Info

  • Destinations are at the captain’s discretion and may change depending on weather and sea conditions
  • Please contact us at (787) 860-7327 if you have questions or concerns