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We don't have a lot of time (9-2 in port), and would like to do this either in Nassau or St. Marten...we have a longer day in St Marten, I think until 6? (We are trying to get into Godfreys group in St Thomas).
we took the glass bottom boat tour in Nassau in June 2004 we really did not like it at all in fact we ended up getting an onboard credit to use on a future cruise for the pruchase price - they describe the boat so it seems that the whole bottom or at least a good portion of it will be see through not at all - you are on a regular two deck boat and one you reach the site you go down to the very bottom or the "viewing room" which consists of 6 or 8 small rectangular windows on the floor we did not see hardly any fish all the was was a sandy ocean bottom and the viewing windows were dingy they had lots of algae on them. I would check with your ruise co. and see if this tour in St. Martin is any better!
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