Approx. 7 hoursStart time
The cruise departs at 10:00am. Please arrive for boarding at 9:30am.
Approx. 7 hours
Make your way to the Marina and look for the Albatros Catamaran. The Marina is located in the hotel zone, km 3.5.Ending Point
Visit Isla Mujeres which offers excellent shopping opportunities and soak up more sun on one of the beautiful beaches.
Ceviche (a seafood dish) will be served on board along with a packed salad bar with breaded fish, chicken, tacos and rice. Alongside this enjoy an open bar with lots of different local alcoholic and soft drinks.
Boarding for your Catamaran Cruise to Isla Mujeres starts at 9:30am for a departure from the Marina Albatros at 10:00am. Enjoy the blue water of the Caribbean Sea as you sail towards Isla Mujeres. Your vessel for the day is the magnificent Albatros Catamaran which can accommodate up to 30 people.
Mid Morning you will stop to enjoy some snorkeling at El Farito Reef and experience the colorful coral and fish. You will be provided with all equipment you need.
In the afternoon, the catamaran arrives at Isla Mujeres. Your time on the island is at leisure and you will have around 3 hours for exploring, shopping or sunbathing.
After your visit to Isla Mujeres hop back on board the boat and enjoy a lunch of fish, chicken, pizza, rice and salad with complimentary alcohol and soft drinks.
Sail back across the Caribbean Sea and arrive back to the Marina at around 5:00pm.
The local activity operator's offices are open From 9:00am - 6:00pm, from Monday to Friday.For weekend activities please make sure you call on Friday
Bring extra money for the Port and Reef and Tax and anything you want to buy at Isla Mujeres. Cocktails are not included in the price.
This tour will not run when weather conditions are not suitable.
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