The Caribbean Experience:
Sailing and Diving in Belize
With the abundance of marine life, beautiful breezes and friendly crew, it is understandable that so many travelers sail with us. From the deck of the Sailboat the sea is just a few feet away. Waves breaking on the reef form a shimmering white line visible as far as the eye can see.
Water colors range from transparent at the edge of the yacht to brilliant electric blues over sandy beaches to the deep turquoise of the patch reefs. The waters complete the picture for those searching for an outer island tropical adventure. Viewing underwater of 100 to 150 feet is common on the reef, where huge coral heads reach toward the surface.
The barrier reef is an endless mountain range of dramatic walls and undulating coral ridges blessed with calm waters and hundreds of coral pinnacles and patch coral heads. With fishing gear you can catch large fish while trolling, line-fish while at anchor or watch the crew spearfish.
Snorkeling gear for viewing tropical fish only inches away. Two paddle boards so you can visit the nearby islands covered with white sand and coco trees. A launch with motor to transport you to different areas for swimming and snorkeling.
During this seven day adventure you will visit the spectacular Rio Dulce Canyon, the Caribbean village of Livingston, Punta Manabique, the hot springs and, of course, the Barrier Reef in Belize. Many guests sail with us every year and we are highly recommended in several guide books.
So, Let's Go Sailing!
The Caribbean Experience:
Seven days and six nights Rio Dulce and the Belize Barrier Reef & Islands
Prices for our regular scheduled trips: check our sailing dates
Double: US$430.00 per person (one double bed for two people)
Boarding time is at 1:30 pm in Fronteras Guatemala at Restaurant Rio Bravo located on the Rio Dulce. We will set sail at 3:00 pm.
First night sunset dinner.
Next morning you sail into the spectacular Canyon of the Rio Dulce and on to the Caribbean village of Livingston. Visit Livingston 1-2 hours while our Captain prepares departure papers for Belize. We then sail out of Livingston for the Belize Islands, arriving at the Worlds 2nd Largest Barrier Reef to check into Belize Hunting Caye (visas not required). Enjoying the snorkeling while viewing tropical fish day and night, swimming and kayaking near Islands with white sandy beaches and coconut trees, sun bathing and relaxing while the crew work hard to make your sailing vacation an enjoyable one. Our Chef will prepare fresh seafood meals while in Belize. We have ample supply of fresh fruit and vegetables for those who do not eat seafood.
We offer the most adventurous way to see the Belize Barrier Reef! Our tours have been operating in Guatemala waters since 1990, sailing out every week. We are registered in Guatemala and Belize as a tourist boat and is highly recommended by the tourist board of Guatemala and many guidebooks. Our Sailing tours do more for less, so Let's Go Sailing and fulfill your dream vacation sailing with us in Paradise!
Prices for private charters:
US$650.00 per day, min. 6 days - 5 nights, max. 10 people
Price includes: Captain, sailor, chef, food, 4 double and two private cabins (pillows, bed sheets, blankets and towels), sleeping bags, snorkels, masks, fins and fishing gear, 2 paddle boards, CD stereo and 2 hammocks 2' above the water where you can touch the dolphins while sailing. Meet new friends and have lots of fun. Come sail away and make this adventure one of the best parts of your vacation!
Not included: Belize Park fee, exit and entrance fees in Guatemala and Belize ($55 per person) paid when boarding the boat.
Diving with dive master in Belize: Each Dive US$40 all included. (1-5 dives max.)
Bus to the Boat: Mini Van from Antigua that picks you up at your place and takes you to a public bus in the city which will take you to our sailboat in Rio Dulce, a safe and confrotable ride. Round Trip or One Way. (not included)
View the cruise contract (PDF, 204 KB)