Surf and Turf
Combine a boat trip with a land tour all in one day for the ultimate USVI experience. You will be submerged in the whole Caribbean atmosphere with a guided land tour to waters filled with sea life, a hike to a lookout with unforgettable views, drives through forest lined roads and white sandy secluded beaches. Get to a chance to see the islands from the water as well with a stop to snorkel, paddleboard, kayak, or just lounge on the rafts aboard our 48' motor yacht. Or jump on board our Round town Picnic boat for a 2 hour harbor excursion or a trip out to Hassel Island to see the historic sites. Then do more exploring by land in one of our tour vehicles. Hikes, beach stops, great views, secluded beaches... Your day, your way!
What the Tours Include:
Water, Snacks, Mixed Drinks,
Towels, Beach Chairs, Cooler,
Snorkeling Equipment, Paddleboards.
(Watersports Equipment supplied may vary depending on elected activities)
What To Bring:
Hat, Sunglasses, Sunscreen, Bathing Suit, Camera, Good Shoes if Hiking.
What To Add:
Cake or dessert for Birthday/Anniversary ($35)
Grilled Lunch on Land Tour Options:
Hamburgers and Hotdogs ($65)
Tacos (Shrimp, Pulled Chicken or Pulled Pork) ($100)
What are the boat excursions like?
Adventure Awaits Yacht
Adventure Awaits is a 48' Motor Yacht. You can choose to do a morning sunrise tour or a sunset tour. We can head out to an island only accessible by boat where you can jump off and explore the beautiful sea life or maybe even a sunken boat. There are bathrooms on board and a great mix of sun and shade. There are also large lounge rafts, paddleboards, and snorkeling equipment available for use.
Round Town Picnic Boat
Round Town Picnic Boat is a round boat that can comfortably seat 6 guests. It has a large table in the middle that the group is seated around, allowing for easy group interaction. This is not a "swim stop" type of boat. The Captain will take you around the harbor where you can enjoy the sites from the water. Another option is to make a stop at Hassel Island where you can disembarked and explore the historical buildings. If interested, there is even a hike up to the top of Hassel Island