Joined: 14 Feb 2005
Location: Cayman Islands
|Posted: Tue Feb 22, 2005 5:53 pm Post subject: Boat and Jet Ski Rental and Tours | Photos | Reviews | SAVE!|
|Explore the most beautiful waters in the Caribbean at your own pace. Relax and create your own exotic adventures with the intimacy of your own power boat, jet ski or wave runner.
Jet off on your own after a thorough briefing or tour with a professional guide. Either way you are assured of the most exciting, crowd free adventures to the most popular water accessible land and sea sites in Grand Cayman.
Go diving, sightseeing, fishing, have lunch or just drop anchor in a secluded cove and enjoy snacks and beverages from your ice chest.
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Water ski equipment is provided and the north sound is typically calm with a light chop, providing a safe and exhilarating playground for water ski enthusiasts. Drop anchor in the sound to rest, read, relax and enjoy your favorite pre-packed snacks and beverages; or cruise to Stingray City Sandbar and watch the antics or join in.
Choose from a small fleet of 18-20 foot boats, which are ideal for exploring Cayman?s tranquil near shore waters and sounds. Pick your choice of diving, snorkeling, fishing or skiing equipment - ready for you when you pick up your boat so you can custom tailor your adventure to suit your individual interests.
All boats are equipped with radios, phones, depth finders, compass, dry and wet storage areas and whatever additional gear or equipment you request for the day. Just bring towels, sunscreen, ice and your favorite snacks and beverages.
Rent a boat or jet ski or take a guided tour with 8 people maximum. Absolutely no crowds on this customer service oriented tour!
Rum Point and Kaibo are only a few minutes away from Stingray City Sandbar by boat so you can cruise right up, drop anchor and wade to shore.
For the ultimate private Stingray City adventure, bring a box of frozen squid and enjoy this world class dive/snorkel site at your own leisurely pace, devoid of any distractions, crowds and restrictions.
Moore Marine offers free pickup from Seven Mile Beach and George Town or they will deliver your boat or jet ski to the location nearest you, depending on where you want to spend your day.
Escape the hustle and bustle of Seven Mile Beach and jet ski in remote tranquil areas or even to Stingray City. Moore Marine provides you with maps and easy directions to all of the best watersport areas around Grand Cayman.
Spending a day on Cayman's clear tranquil waters with the privacy and freedom of your own boat or jet ski is an experience like no other. The possibilities are as endless as your imagination as you are provided with plenty of suggestions, along with maps and easy to follow directions.
Depending on the weather, Moore Marine will suggest a particular area of the island and deliver your boat or jet ski to the nearest departure location. Weather permitting, the North Sound provides the broadest selection of activities and you have a choice of departure points for this area from Seven Mile Beach to Rum Point.
Prior to departure, a complete safety and navigational briefing is given to assure you of a safe and easy boating experience. Even novice boaters will delight in the ease of navigating Caymans well marked channels and easy to find water attractions. In most cases, even a compass is unnecessary, as you can clearly spot Rum Point, Stingray City, Stingray City Sandbar, Kaibo, and all the most popular attractions with the aid of your easy to read map, provided at no extra charge.
While Grand Cayman offers some of the easiest and convenient navigatable waters, I do not recommend this activity to anyone who has not operated a boat for at least 100 hours. By simply using common sense and following a few simple rules like not drinking excessively and keeping a lookout for any navigational hazards, exploring the water attractions of Grand Cayman in the intimacy of your own boat will provide one of the most outstanding and memorable experiences of your vacation.
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Joe Stebbins, Editor
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