Isla Mujeres Catamaran Day Trip

Catamaran sailing to Isla Mujeres

Enjoy a spectacular day on the water on board a catamaran sail boat from Cancun, Mexico. Snorkel on a wonderful Caribbean reef then go to the island of Isla Mujeres to explore, have lunch, shop…then try out the spinnaker on the way home.┬áThis tour has it all! Great fun for a day on the water and on the beach for the whole family!

 

 

Read Trina’s Trip Report on the Catamaran to Isla Mujeres.

Includes:

  • Bilingual tour guides
  • snorkel equipment
  • life jackets
  • new souvenir snorkel tube
  • certified snorkel guide
  • open bar on board the trimaran both ways
  • spinnaker (weather permitting)
  • buffet lunch
  • free time on the island with hammocks and lounge chairs

Check tour availability and prices here

Info:

  • $10 USD Sea Life Conservation / Dock Fee must be paid at boarding.
  • Activities on Isla Mujeres are subject to weather conditions.
  • Snorkeling activity is optional; you can choose to stay on the boat instead
  • Children under 5 are free.

Itinerary:

  • Check in at marina by 9:30am, at Cancun Bay Resort Marina KM 3.5 (next to Temptation Resort)
  • Snorkeling on the reef for 45 minutes
  • 1 hour free time on the island for shopping / exploring the island.
  • Full buffet lunch that includes pasta, fish, chicken, beef, salads, rice, beans, dessert (drinks not included – open bar only on the Trimaran).
  • Parayo beach club where you can pet a shark, relax on the beach in hammocks & lounge chairs or swim in the ocean.
  • On the way back to Cancun we’ll anchor and everyone can try the spinnaker (weather permitting). Open bar also included.
  • Arrive back to the marina 5:00pm – 5:30pm.
  • Transportation is not included. You can take the public bus to the marina at KM 3.5 next to Temptation Resort. Cancun Bus video
  • If you are staying in the Riviera Maya, we can add on round trip transportation for $15 per person (see shopping cart).

Pack for this tour:

Sunscreen & SFP lip balm, sun glasses, swimsuit, towel, walking clothes on Isla Mujeres, camera and a hat.

Disclaimer:

Snorkeling is not for everyone. You should not snorkel if you have any of the following: Heart condition, pace maker, asthma, poor circulation or high blood pressure. You CAN snorkel, but at your own risk.

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