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Itinerary
After hotel pickup, you will arrive at the docks in Bridgetown to board 'El Tigre,' a large schooner fit to carry 50, however we limit the tour to 36 in order to ensure space and comfort.

Upon arrival, take a seat in one of the shaded areas, or lie out in the sun as we pull away from the harbor and begin our journey down the west coast of Barbados.

Along the voyage, you will take in beautiful views of Barbados’ pristine coastline. Enjoy the warm ocean breeze as the catamaran glides on the water and sip on unlimited beverages like rum punch, beer, coffee, or juice.

The boat will make its way to the first snorkeling spot, jump in for a 45-minute snorkel where you’re likely to see sea turtles and other marine life swimming among the coral reef. Next, board the ship and make your way to a shipwreck that has become a thriving habitat for tropical fish. Jump in to view this lost-treasure and the creatures that now call it home for another 45-minute snorkel.

The catamaran will then make its way back to the docks in Bridgetown and you will be transported back to your hotel.
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El Tigre Catamaran Sailing Cruises
Overview

Cruise the west coast of Barbados for a day on a 60-foot (18-meter) catamaran. You’ll make two or three stops where you can dive in and experience life under the sea at premier snorkeling spots, including a shipwreck. Swim among the tropical fish, vibrant corals and possibly turtles and other marine life. Choose between either a three- or five-hour excursion. Unlimited drinks and a light breakfast are included, as well as lunch on the five-hour cruise.

Highlights
  • Catamaran cruise from Bridgetown
  • Sail along the beautiful west coast of Barbados
  • Swim with sea turtles in the warm waters of the Caribbean
  • Snorkel over a shipwreck
  • Unlimited drinks included
  • Choose either a 3-hour cruise or a 5-hour cruise that includes lunch
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile
Island Time

We had a great time taking the snorkel and lunch cruise. Mali and Maureen were excellent, our drinks were never empty and smiles never disappeared. Highly recommended!!

Thank Kristy L
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Fantastic catamaran cruise!

We’ve been on a few catamaran cruises on various islands across the Caribbean and this one ranks as one of the best! From the outset, the crew are friendly and make you feel at ease. My partner doesn’t enjoy snorkelling and wasn’t pressurised into doing...More

Thank barry1984UK
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
BEST CRUISE EVERRRR

This cruise was the highlight of my trip and I loved it from start to finish. The crew (especially Kemal ☺️) was amazing and ensured that everyone on board was having a good time and most importantly safe. It was my first time snorkeling and...More

Thank Muse M
Reviewed 1 week ago
Must do in Barbados!

This was the best thing my friend and I did on Barbados during our whole stay! There were two stops where you watch sea turtles, look at a coral reef, and a shipwreck, and the third stop was just for swimming at a really nice...More

1  Thank TerezaOlivia
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
The Best!

I've been on a few catamaran cruises before, some great and one that was so awful I vowed to never go on one again. Although none of these were in Barbados, I was still obviously very skeptical to book another. El Tigre was a wonderful...More

Thank 392meghanm
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Ritu M
17 September 2018|
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I think it depends on the person. They provide life jackets for those that aren’t strong swimmers.
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Tauruslb
14 September 2018|
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Hi, I would say no as the snorkels fit quite snug. Give them an email to see if there any larger masks available
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