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Catamaran Sail and Snorkel Tour in Cozumel

  • Two-stop snorkel and sailing tour from Cozumel
  • Travel by catamaran for a smoother ride
  • Snacks plus beer, rum punch, tequila, and soft drinks are included
Catamaran Sail and Snorkel Tour in Cozumel
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The FE catamaran is 43' long and 24' wide. The one and only real sailing catamaran for sail and snorkel trips in Cozumel. Snorkeling, music, drinks, snacks and more!
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The FE catamaran is 43' long and 24' wide. The one and only real sailing catamaran for sail and snorkel trips in Cozumel. Snorkeling, music, drinks, snacks and more!
Cruise to Cozumel’s vibrant coral reefs on a sailing and snorkeling tour that explores two snorkel sites. Travel on a comfortable catamaran that’s equipped with fresh-water showers and stairs for easy water access. Enjoy free-flowing beer, rum punch, soft drinks, and snacks as you sail Cozumel’s gorgeous coastline.
What to Expect
Make your way to a centrally located meeting point in Cozumel and then board a spacious 43-foot (13 meter) sailing catamaran with a covered deck and spots for sunbathing.

Find a comfortable place to lounge in the sun or shade, enjoying views across the Caribbean Sea while the captain steers toward the first snorkel stop of the day. The boat’s ergonomic stairs make it easy to get in and out of the water, and there’s colorful marine life to see during the guided, 45-minute snorkel.

Continue to a second location on Cozumel’s coral reef to get a different glimpse of undersea life; the barrier reef that lines the coast is the second largest in the world. After the second 45-minute snorkel stop, just enjoy some music, sip a cool drink, and relax on deck as you cruise back to the dock.
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1 - 5 of 25 reviews

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Could Not Have Had More Fun

We snorkeled with Fernando, Jorge, and Andres two days ago and it was amazing. I've only snorkeled once before, I'm a horrible swimmer, and I get a little nervous in the water. One of our group was even more afraid than me. Fernando encouraged us...More

5  Thank Katie B
Reviewed 1 week ago
Don't understand the negatives at top. This was an amazing and fun experience.

Cozumel is a pretty neat spot. Cruise ships dock there, and droves of cruise passengers head off in large packs to consume en masse what Cozumel has to offer. Sometimes you want to get off the beaten path, to take a road less travelled. This...More

2  Thank JasonDinAlt4
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Terrible Snorkeling & Rude Staff

Booking our excursion for 9 of us with Susan was great. She was nice & helpful. Fernando, our guide was super rude!! I could not believe how rude he was. We slowly made our way out with little to no breeze, baking in the sun...More

5  Thank Shelley W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Beautiful Water for "OK" Excursion

First off...the crew was wonderful. Polite, full of information regarding safety, etc. We got off to a late start this day. The sailing was not so much. You trolled out to your snorkeling spot, about 20 min. Snorkeling in the first spot was great. Lots...More

3  Thank dugey4
Reviewed 9 July 2018 via mobile

What a day we had on Vamanos!! We met Ron at the marina by following his very specific directions prior to arrival. We were an hour early but Ron was happy to see us! As we began to set out, the boat staff told us...More

1  Thank Jodi A
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17 August 2018|
Response from baileystudio |
Nov 22 12-5
18 July 2018|
Response from JasonDinAlt4 | Reviewed this property |
The speaker on board can't physically get too loud :D Other boats were pumping music much louder than ours.
6 June 2018|
Response from Morgan R | Reviewed this property |
No, just a couple hours. It says in the discription