After pickup at your resort near Grace Bay Beach, you'll be shuttled to your fully-equipped catamaran. This comfortable boat has padded loungers for sun-lovers and shade-seekers, as well as a built-in diving board and water slide. Upon departure from the marina, the boat will glide out to the barrier reef for some of the best snorkeling in the Turks and Caicos islands. Experienced swimmers and snorkelers can suit up in the provided mask, snorkel, and fins and dive right in, while novice snorkelers can ask the crew for guidance. You'll see vibrant coral, colorful tropical fish and maybe even sea turtles.
Climb back on board the boat for some complimentary beer, water, soda and the local favorite: rum punch. Your next stop is the conch grounds, where your crew will scare up some mollusks to prepare fresh conch ceviche onboard your boat. The boat will sail for some of the area's more remote islands, including Half Moon Bay, Little Water Cay (also known as Iguana Island), Pine Cay and Fort George Island. You'll relax on many soft white sand beaches on these island stops.
At lunch time, your captain will anchor the boat at one of the small islands where you can swim, snorkel and lounge as the crew prepares a delicious barbecue lunch to eat alfresco. You'll enjoy ribs, chicken, corn, potatoes, conch salad and dessert while you bury your toes in the sand. Even though island time seems to move a little slower, before you know it, your full-day cruise will be over and you'll be dropped back at your Grace Bay hotel.