Barbados Pocket Guide

Small Cats Catamaran Sailing Cruises

Small Cats Catamaran Sailing Cruises, Barbados Pocket Guide

Small Cats Catamaran Sailing Cruises

The name Small Cats strongly suggests a more personalised cruise as this 30-ft catamaran focuses on the intimacy of it all. Carrying a maximum of twelve (12) people, their 30-foot catamaran sails daily and has more than enough space to accommodate those who want to sunbathe and even those who just want to stay in the shade.

 

Sailing from Bridgetown and then into Carisle Bay, Small Cats then heads along the unspoilt waters of the west coast where many restaurants and fancy homes can be seen littering the coastline.

 

3 Hour Snorkel Cruise

This 10:00 am - 3:00 pm cruise lets you swim with turtles and therefore provides ideal recreation for families with small children. Complimentary drinks, snorkeling gear and transportation from anywhere on Barbados' south or west coasts are all available.

 

5 Hour Lunch Cruise

Sailing starts at 10:00 am and goes until 3:00pm with a stop to snorkel and see the friendly sea turtles. A second stop in a peaceful bay allows you to snorkel in the vicinity of a shipwreck where one can find an abundance of tropical fish.

 

Complimentary drinks, lunch, snorkeling gear and transportation from anywhere on Barbados' south or west coast are included in their Lunch Cruises.

 

Private Charters

Private Charters are tailored to meet your needs. The choice is all yours as to what you want to do as you can choose from our Lunch, Sunset or Snorkel Cruise. Any kind of special occasion is not too big for them to accommodate.

 

If your accommodation is on Barbados' west coast we can collect you from the beach just outside your hotel or guesthouse providing weather conditions are favourable.

 

For further information on Small Cats Catamaran Sailing Cruises, click here or call them at (246) 421-6419.

 

Last modified on Wednesday, 15 February 2012 16:00

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