I went on the yacht with my boyfriend and we really enjoyed it. I think the yacht took about 30 mins to arrive at La Roqueta, passing by some of the celebrity homes on the coastline (an echo of the yacht Acarey which I would also recommend) and it stopped so we could see a rock climber / cliff diver which was really cool. Before debarking at La Roqueta, we got to see La Virgen under the water through the glass bottom and also the older version which now sits on a rock above water and then we saw a diver feed lots of colourful fish via his mouth! The beach itself was beautiful, the sea nearly arrives at your feet and it´s a beautiful colour. Seating on the beach with an umbrella was a set price of 50 pesos (we were given 3 seats) or alternatively you can just sit in the sand or in the restaurants themselves. It was 60 pesos for Ceviche Acapulqueño and 100 pesos for pescado empanizado in the 2nd restaurant with the blue umbrellas, which were both lovely and cheaper than what I´ve seen on other beaches which came as a surprise. We had brought our own cooler with a 6-pack of beer which was ideal for the 2 of us. Just remember to bring some change as both the rock climber/diver and the diver who fed the fish live on tips, , and also the public bathrooms/changing rooms charge 5 pesos each turn - the restaurants do not have their own bathrooms. Also worth noting that we were offered 1 hour of scuba diving with the fishes for 100 pesos on the yacht but for 50 pesos by a man just as we stepped off the boat though unfortunately we couldn´t do it as I had an ear infection at the time :( There were lockers available so you can keep your bags safe while you go scuba diving/on the banana boat/swimming. The commentary on the yacht itself was a laugh and overall we really enjoyed ourselves... give it a try!