Explore the Cordillera Cays Nature Reserve aboard our 32-foot sailing catamaran, Getaway. Wade in knee-deep, crystal clear waters, sunbathe on stunning beaches and spot tropical marine life.
Culebra Power Boat Snorkeling & Beach Tour
Ages: 6 and up
Duration: 6.5 hours
Check in: 30 minutes prior to tour
Tour Time: 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Amenities Aboard: Shaded Cabin, Cushion Seats, Private Restroom, Premium Sound System, Easy Access Ladder for Snorkeling and Swimming, Floating Mat, and Fresh Water Shower
Location: M-21 Villa Marina Yacht Harbor
Parking: Free Street Parking Available
What to Bring: A great attitude and the love of the aquatic life, Reef Safe sunscreen, Towel, Swimwear, Cash.
Food: House made food, made fresh daily!
- Public Sail
- Person Up to 40 People
- Private Charter
- Private Charter Includes 40 People
Food: Deli Style Buffet Lunch, Assorted Cold Cut, Assorted Cheeses. Gourmet Tuna, Chicken, Bean and Pasta Salads. Fresh Seasonal Fruit & Vegetable Trays. Fresh Local Bread and Chips.
Drinks: Unlimited water, soda, & fruit juices ALL DAY! Tropical Rum Beverages are served during & after lunch.
Gear: Quality snorkeling gear and flotation devices. We disinfect all snorkel equipment following each use, but we encourage guests to bring their own snorkel gear when possible.
Set Sail on our Culebra Tours
Beat the crowds to Culebra Island on our custom Newton power boat, where you can enjoy a less crowded, more comfortable environment compared to other operators in our area that can carry up to 80 passengers.
Come and GETAWAY to the gem island of Culebra, where snorkeling and beach exploration is unlike anywhere else in the world. We first visit one of Culebra’s beautiful reefs and moor for about an hour over a living coral reef. Here, you have the opportunity to snorkel over the reef and view numerous tropical fish, sea turtles, and live coral formations.
Depending on the weather and sea conditions, our captain may take you to Luis Peña, Carlos Rosario, Melones, or Punta Soldado. We then move on to our beach stop. Our main destination is the world-famous Flamenco Beach (rated among the world’s top 10 beaches).
Please note flamenco beach is not guaranteed as our beach stop. Occasionally, due to sea conditions and your safety, we may choose Playa Tortuga on Culebrita Cay or another beautiful beach that’s best to enjoy for the rest of the afternoon. Guests can swim, walk along the white sand beach, or just relax and sunbathe at their own leisure.
- This snorkeling beach trip travels by high-speed boat in open waters and is not appropriate for pregnant women, those with recent surgeries, back injuries, and children under six.
- For your safety, destinations are at the captain’s discretion and may change depending on weather and sea conditions. IF THE CROSSING TO CULEBRA IS NOT APPROPRIATE, WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO HEAD TO BETTER-PROTECTED ALTERNATIVE REEFS, BEACHES, ISLANDS AND CAYS, WHICH INCLUDE VIEQUES, DIABLOS, LOBOS, ICACOS, TORTUGA, AND PALOMINO.
- All of our Vessels require a Minimum amount of passengers to operate.
- Please contact us at (787) 860-7327 if you have questions or concerns
Where is Villa Marina Yacht Harbor located?
Villa Marina Yacht Harbor is located at Sardinera beach in the municipality of Fajardo, on Puerto Rico’s northeastern coast. Our vessel is waiting for you at M-21 Villa Marina Yacht Harbor. The trip by car from metro San Juan can take from 45 minutes to an hour, depending on traffic conditions.
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The most important thing to bring is a great attitude and a fun spirit. We also highly recommend beach towels, sunglasses, camera to capture the fun, and any snacks you may want onboard. We recommend that you wear a bathing suit under light clothing and bring dry clothes for the ride home. We also provide all Snorkeling equipment including Mask, Snorkel, Fins and flotation devices.
We will be disinfecting all snorkel equipment following each use, but we encourage guests to bring their own snorkel gear when possible. We would like remind our guests that these environmentally-sensitive areas, while protected, are still exposed to many threats. In an effort to conserve and protect them we encourage you to use long sleeve performance shirts or “rash guards” as well as ball caps or hats for sun protection rather than sunblock. Read why here.