Coco Cay: wavy enough to boogie-board?

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My DS loves boogie-boarding & wants to bring his board (we're driving to port). Since Coco Cay's our only beach day, wondering how the waves are?

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IME if there is enuf wave to BB

there is too much wave to tender
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We've never seen waves on Coco Cay...very calm...barely a ripple! But, if it's windy enough to cause larger waves, the ship probably won't be able to tender there.