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Deserted Island Catamaran Day Sail from Fajardo

Highlights
  • Catamaran cruise to Icacos Cay from Fajardo is a popular choice for families
  • Maximum value tour includes two snorkel/swim stops
  • Buffet lunch and onboard bar ensure your comfort throughout the trip
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Deserted Island Catamaran Day Sail from Fajardo
From US$87.00
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9:30am: Without TransportationMost Popular
Catamaran tour departing from Fajardo. This option does not include round-trip transportation.
From US$87.00
9:30am: With Transportation
Catamaran tour departing from Fajardo. This option includes round-trip transportation from San Juan hotels
From US$108.99
Overview
One seriously relaxing catamaran cruise packs in two snorkeling stops on this tour to Icacos Cay, an uninhabited nature reserve surrounded by the Caribbean Sea. An onboard bar, buffet lunch, snorkeling equipment, and upgrade for hotel pickup from San Juan create the ultimate day of fun in the sun, without taking you too far from Puerto Rico’s shores.
What to Expect
Begin your tour with hotel pickup from San Juan (if upgrade was selected at booking) or make your way to Puerto del Rey Marina to meet your guide and board your catamaran. Set sail past stunning coastline featuring views of El Yunque National Forest and untouched coastline en route to the uninhabited island of Cayo Icacos.

Spend free time swimming, snorkeling with the provided gear, and sunbathing on the private island reserve before enjoying a buffet lunch back on board that includes sandwiches, salads, and snacks. Beverages—like piña colades, rum punch, soft drinks, and juice—are also served. Then, continue to your second reef of the day for another round of snorkeling with chances to see animals like rays, octopi, and tropical fish. Return to your original departure point at the Puerto del Rey Marina or your San Juan hotel at the end of the tour.

Note: The exact route is weather dependent. Similar locations like Palominitos might be substituted for safety.
Reviews (105)
1 - 5 of 45 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago
The best day of our whole trip!

The catamaran trip that we took from Fajardo to Cayo Icacos was the highlight of our trip! First, the crew was amazing. Kayla, Michael, Raymond - and the Captain Arturo were so informative, helpful and most importantly fun! The drinks and lunch were something that...More

Thank jesscheesman
IrisGonzalezEIE, Manager at East Island Excursions, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Thank so much for your review! We’re happy to hear that you enjoyed your trip to Icacos and that our Captain and crew were helpful and fun. Can’t wait to have you back!

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Zatara Luxury!

We sailed on the Zatara to Iacacos in October 2018. There are two Iacacos trips, a regular one and a slightly more expensive one on the Zatara luxury catamaran. We are so glad we chose the Zatara. For slightly more money we got a truly...More

1  Thank MeghanMeghanMeghan
IrisGonzalezOwner, Owner at East Island Excursions, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Wow, we really couldn't have asked for a better review! It's so great to hear that everything from the crew to the facilities really made your trip fun and left you feeling impressed with what we're doing around here. Thanks so much for all your...More

Reviewed 11 October 2018 via mobile
Lovely crew on board!

The crew on board were excellent!! They made this trip perfect! Everything from the pickup to the cruise was on point! Special mention to Alexis who was amazing and ensured my time on board was great!

Thank AliSeaAhh
IrisGonzalezOwner, Owner at East Island Excursions, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Hearing that makes me so happy! It's great that the crew and the cruise made a good impression on you. I'll make sure Alexis gets your kind words. Hoping we get the chance to have you back very soon! All the best, Iris Gonzalez, Owner

Reviewed 21 September 2018 via mobile
It was definitely fun but

Should try and split it between a singles and married/together cruise. Just my advice. I can only interact with a bunch of married people for so long. Also, is kind of annoying seeing a bunch of single girls get on the other boat. 🤷‍♂️More

Thank Carlos P
IrisGonzalezOwner, Owner at East Island Excursions, responded to this reviewResponded 8 October 2018

Carlos, we'll keep that in mind. Our cruises are built for fun and exploring the beauty of the island, so we want to be able to include everyone in the fun. Hoping you'll do some more adventuring with us in the future! All the best,...More

Reviewed 6 September 2018
Great Day on the Catamaran!

My husband and I went on the Zatara catamaran trip to Caye Icacos last week. Our crew was amazing! Alexis, Christy and Wilmer were all top notch when it came to customer service. They were friendly, fun and cared about our safety. I believe we...More

4  Thank Rachel S
IrisGonzalezOwner, Owner at East Island Excursions, responded to this reviewResponded 9 October 2018

Rachel, thanks for coming to Icacos with us! It's great to hear you really enjoyed your excursion. I'm thrilled you were impressed with the tour and the views alike. Looking forward to more adventures in the future! All the best, Iris Gonzalez, Owner

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C9558STjamesb
17 November 2018|
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Response from InorOut | Reviewed this property |
Old San Juan is a Charm of a city. Lots of good restaurants with Puertorrican cuisine. Recommend Cayo Caribe Rest un condado área . Need to go In Taxi. Your ship will have first class dinning , so the difference will be in... More
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SomeTraveler85
28 October 2018|
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Response from Robert F | Reviewed this property |
One of the stops, when you do snorkeling is in open waters and it is deep. The other one is close to shore and you can walk to the island.
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Tonya C
6 September 2018|
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Response from Tim K | Reviewed this property |
The boat has a ladder that you climb down from the bow it drops u in about five feet of water depending on how close to shore they can get it gets shallow pretty quick the have life vests on board you could use
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