Experience a perfect mix of speed, sightseeing, and information as you speed from bay to bay. Learn about Grenada's history, culture, and animals. Explore the World's first Underwater Sculpture Park on a guided snorkel with the team that worked with the artists and helped to develop the park and discover unique life-sized sculptures in among the reefs. Travel with a small group in this guided 2.5-hour tour and enjoy the scenery of Grenada's picturesque West Coast like Moliniere Bay, St George's, and Morne Rouge Bay.
Your adventure begins on a custom-built powerboat RIB, designed specifically for fast but safe sightseeing and snorkeling. Powered by two 250hp engines the boat is fast, light, agile with no pounding the seas like normal boats. The ride is amazing, very dry, extremely smooth and most importantly fun. There are unique seats for a perfect view, a ladder for convenient access to and from the water, a cooler of bottled drinking water and all the latest safety and snorkel equipment.After boarding the boat head north to Moliniere Bay to explore the World's First Underwater Sculpture Park on a guided snorkel with the team that worked with the artists and helped put the sculptures underwater. Positioned in clear and shallow water, enjoy the wonderful relationship between the art of British sculptor Jason De Caires Taylor and a number of other artists, and the teeming marine life the sculptures attract. The crew will ensure you have the best snorkel instruction and a guide will be in the water with you at all times to make sure you don't miss a thing. After the snorkel, visit Morne Rouge Bay to learn about Grenada's active underwater volcanoes and Grenada's wildlife. Then zip to St George's and cruise through the picturesque Lagoon and Carenage and hear about the Capital, voted the prettiest in the Caribbean, the early explorers that settled from Europe and see some of the remaining damage caused by a devastating hurricane in 2004. Finally, hear a fascinating story about how a cruise ship burst into flames while anchored outside St Georges and sank just off the town leaving the biggest dive wreck in the Caribbean before the last zoom back to the starting point.