Sail the Clear Blue Waters Of Jamaica On A Catamaran Cruise
Jamaica is known around the world as one of the most beautiful vacation destinations anywhere. This amazing little island in the Caribbean Sea is full of fun and exciting things to see and do and one of the best ways to experience a taste of Jamaica is by taking a tour along the shores in a catamaran sailboat.
Jamaica is a magical island that most visitors never want to leave once they have arrived. The swaying palm trees, warm tropical breeze and idyllic beaches make Jamaica a true island paradise. There is so much to do in Jamaica that it can often be a little bit overwhelming for visitors who just want to take in as much as they possibly can.
But a great way to start a vacation in Jamaica is by taking a cruise in one of the many catamaran tour boats that are available on the island.
One of the best catamaran cruise companies is Chukka Caribbean. This company offers a unique and exciting cruise on a sixty-five foot long and twenty-five foot wide catamaran as well as a guided climbing tour up Dunn's River Falls. Guests are given the opportunity to snorkel and explore the beautiful reefs during the sailing tour and climb the six hundred foot high falls at Dunn's River.
Another great sailing tour in Jamaica is the Montego Bay Catamaran Adventure. This tour is guided by seasoned sailing veterans who are very knowledgeable and share with their guests lots of fascinating information about the beautiful coral and marine life in the Caribbean.
Arguably the most popular catamaran sailing tour in Jamaica is the Lovers' Rock Catamaran Cruise. This incredible two-and-a-half hour deluxe cruise is ideal for couples and features delicious appetizers and exotic cocktails all on board a beautiful catamaran that departs just before sunset.
Guests enjoy soothing Jamaican music and stunning natural beauty all around them as they watch the sun slowly dip below the horizon.
You don't have to take a catamaran sailing tour to enjoy the amazing and eclectic island of Jamaica. But if you do you can rest assure that it will be one of the most memorable parts of your Jamaican island experience.