Come and enjoy one of Puerto Rico’s gems, the island of Culebra, where snorkeling and beach exploration are unmatched. View tropical fish and other sea life, or lounge on the white sand beach.
Duration: 3 hours
Time: 4 p.m. or 4:30 p.m., depending on season
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.
- Food: Appetizers, shrimp cocktail, sandwich rolls, and a cheese, cracker, and grape platter
- Drinks: Unlimited water, sodas, fruit juice, local beer, sangria, and tropical rum beverages
- Gear: Quality snorkeling gear & flotation devices
- Destinations are at the captain’s discretion and may change depending on weather and sea conditions
- A $3 per person DRNA fee is required to be paid in cash on the day of your tour
- Please contact us at (787) 860-7327 if you have questions or concerns
- Our Location
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 ‘Getaway” Catamaran is waiting for you at Dock M-21. The trip by car from metro San Juan can take from 45 minutes to an hour depending on traffic conditions.
- Cancellation Policy
- 14 days prior to date of trip there will be no penalty and you will receive a full refund
- 13 days or less to date of trip: There will be a fee of 50% of your booking
We reserve the right to cancel a public sail if a minimum number of reservations are not received. Customers will be given a full refund in case of operator cancellation due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances.
All marine activities are subject to water conditions. Please call a day prior for an update on cancellations or change of destination due to water conditions as per the captain’s discretion. These decisions can be announced at check-in.
If we cancel a tour due to weather or sea conditions, you will not be charged. You will have the option to reschedule for the next available space. Our captains will make the final decision as to weather conditions. Remember, a few passing rain showers are normal in the tropics and rain is more likely in the center of the island and to the west. We monitor weather reports constantly, and especially the conditions on the east coast. Fajardo weather can differ greatly from the weather in San Juan or wherever you are located.
Please don’t make the mistake of deciding not to come if it’s raining where you are, as you will be charged if the trip goes out. If you have any questions about the weather conditions, please call us to be sure.
- What to Bring
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. (all gear is cleaned and sterilized before every trip )
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.