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Power Rafting by Out Island Charters

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Philipsburg, St Martin / St Maarten
About Power Rafting by Out Island Charters
The hottest new adventure on St. Maarten / St. Martin. Power Rafting is an amazing way to see St. Maarten and the surrounding island of Anguilla is by hopping on one of our all day power rafting trips. Imagine you and some close friends zipping through the turquoise waters of the Caribbean, visiting secret locations that look like something from a post card. The rafts are fast, fun, and very safe. On the power rafting trips, our fun and knowlegable guides take you to visit three locations in one day: Creole Rock, Tintamarre and Pinel. In addition to food and drinks, this tour also includes some of the world's best snorkeling and beach lounging.
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teddy091 wrote a review Jan 2020
Milwaukee, Wisconsin11 contributions3 helpful votes
Booked this excursion through Celebrity Cruise line in December of 2019. Captain Trevor and First Mate Robert were extremely knowledgeable and professional. We have been to St. Martin several times, but have never had such a thorough historical and contemporary explanation of the island. It was obvious he loved his island home as he spoke. The part I most enjoyed was that the ride was exciting, yet not hard on the back. Trevor's experience was clear as he accelerated until he hit the crest of the wave and then experly throttled back just a bit as we came down to a soft landing. We booked this excursion months in advance. I had some unexpected surgery shortly before we left, which required some temporary mild physical restrictions. Trevor carefully lowered me down over the pontoons so that I was still able to particiate in the activities. Robert was very attentive to all the passengers in the water as they swam and snorkled. They both took pride in their care and concern for the passengers and the safety and cleanliness of their vessel.
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Date of experience: December 2019
paul201843 wrote a review Aug 2019
New York City, New York15 contributions1 helpful vote
Booked this excursion on board the MSC Seaside. Trevor and Robert were simply awesome. Their knowledge of both the Dutch and French sides was excellent. The tour was very informative. The snorkeling location was not bad at all. The last stop at Mullet bay was great and only got better with Robert serving all sorts of beverages (including an excellent rum punch) off the floating bar. Highly recommended.
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Date of experience: August 2019
Lee S wrote a review Jul 2019
Broomfield, Colorado53 contributions12 helpful votes
Have been out with these folks (mostly Trevor) three times but sadly they now have age restrictions on their snorkeling tour. We were really looking forward to going out again in April but now seeing restrictions on Royal Caribbean that will prevent us from going again. The other operators just aren't as good (including the Out Islands cat).
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Date of experience: August 2018
Bradph wrote a review Jun 2019
Nederland, Texas3 contributions2 helpful votes
Great Excursion. Trevor and Robert were very professional and polite. Snorkeling was good. Beach at mullet gay was great!
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Date of experience: June 2019
jribbing wrote a review Apr 2019
Shelby Township, MI17 contributions16 helpful votes
The best part of our cruise! Captain Trevor and First Mate Robert were great. The trip started with a fun boat ride into the French side of the island. Trevor pointed out a lot of interesting things along the way. We got to the Creole Rock area for some great snorkeling. Friends of ours went on another excursion and went to an artificial reef and hardly saw any fish at all - we saw hundreds if not thousands. After snorkeling we boated over to Mullet Bay Beach. It's hard to pick what was better the water or the sand. We floated in the bay and Robert brought out the floating bar to keep everyone hydrated and happy. After that we went back to the port. Robert opened the engines up a few times which was fun too. We went with our teenaged daughter. We wore just our bathing suits and snorkled with the life jackets on board. I can't say enough about how much we enjoyed this. It was worth every penny!
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Date of experience: April 2019