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Frequently Asked Questions
You can book a tour with us by clicking on the “Book Now” button located on each page and following the directions provided by Peek, our booking software. We are also available by phone if you prefer to give us a call to book.
For all charters, we provide a bottle of water, ice, snorkeling equipment, and life vests for both kids and adults. Any charter that goes to Stingray City also includes food for feeding the stingrays, while the Bio Bay Tour includes wetsuits for everyone. Finally, the reef fishing charter includes all necessary fishing gear as well as bait and tackle.
If you have your own transportation and you prefer to drive to the meeting point, you can meet us at Cayman Island Yacht Club, West Bay Road, Dock D1 next to the Bacaro Restaurant.
Sure thing! There is a Hard Rock Cafe only a few minutes walk from the cruise terminal, and we will meet you there. To get to this meeting point, come out of the cruise terminal and turn right at the sidewalk. The Hard Rock Cafe will then be on the waterfront on your left. Please keep in mind that we can only transport up to seven passengers.
Of course! You’re welcome to bring your own snacks and drinks on board, if you wish.
Absolutely. Each of our boat charters are private and completely customizable, meaning that you can spend as little or as much time in each spot as you wish.
We provide masks and fins for anyone who wishes to snorkel. However, if you have your own gear — especially a well-fitting mask — we recommend you bring it along.
We offer pick-ups for up to seven people in Seven Mile Beach, George Town, and West Bay. If your hotel or condo is located in any of these areas, we will be happy to transport you!
Yes, the boat has a marine toilet. The Cayman Island Yacht Club offers restroom facilities as well.
Yes, but please drink responsibly.
Yes! We will train you on the do’s and don’ts of interacting with the stingrays to ensure that you have a safe and enjoyable time.
Absolutely! They are harmless and will not sting you. Feel free to swirl the water around with your hands and feet, or hop in and go snorkeling. We simply ask that you do not stand in the shallow water, as doing so can harm the marine life living on the ocean floor. For this reason, we provide float noodles.
Sure! Although there are some restrictions on what you can keep, you are permitted to take home any fish that fit these guidelines (we will provide these on the tour).
Yes! We encourage you to bring your camera in order to capture its otherworldly atmosphere.