Enjoy the scenic splendor of St. Vincent by sea, sailing along the coastline, stopping to snorkel, and then visiting one of the sets where "Pirates of the Caribbean" was filmed.
Board your boat right at the pier and begin cruising along the picturesque leeward coast of St. Vincent. Along the way, you'll see British-built Fort Charlotte perched on a ridge 600 feet above sea level and the Bat Cave, an opening in the volcanic shoreline that's inhabited by thousands of bats. The black-sand beaches are further evidence of St. Vincent's volcanic past and quite the sight, as lush vegetation and sheer cliffs typically provide the backdrop.
Depending on the condition and clarity of the water, the captain will anchor off one of the island's most beautiful beaches. Here, if you choose, you can enjoy approximately an hour and a half snorkeling through the turquoise waters, which are teeming with colorful, tropical fish. You're also free to comb the beach, sunbathe or simply relax in the shade. If you gaze out toward the horizon, there's a possibility that you may see humpback, pilot or sperm whales, or even pods of frolicking dolphins, all of which frequent these waters year-round.
Later, you'll stop at Wallilabou Bay, which served as the fictional location of Port Royal in the movie "Pirates of the Caribbean" and its sequels. Many of the original sets still remain, and you may well recognize them. Afterwards, you'll sail back down St. Vincent's spectacular leeward coast and return to the pier.
Please note: This tour includes moderate activity, mainly at the guests' discretion. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and those with mobility concerns are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Swim wear; a cover-up; sun cap; sunglasses; sunscreen; a towel from the ship; and flat, comfortable shoes or aqua socks are recommended. Fins are not provided but guests are welcome to bring their own. Dependent upon prevailing weather and sea conditions, guests may not be able to disembark at Wallilabou Bay. Those who participate in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.