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We'll be on the Caribbean Princess in early June and are looking for a Catamaran tour to Stingray city.  It doesn't look like there is one through the ship excursions so I'm wondering if anyone can recommend a couple private companies that they've used.  I'm sure there is probably already a post on this topic somewhere but not having much luck finding anything.

 

Appreciate it! 

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Red Sail Sports does catamaran trips to Stingray City.  They are pricey but their boats are very nice.  

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I can save you lots of time looking.  Book with Stingraysailing.com    We have been on their catamaran at least 6 or 7 times.  They only take half the number of passengers that their boat holds.  They have very high-quality equipment.  Great day every time!!!

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we used Stingray Sailing as well back in May.  Great time with Capt. Chip.  He is born and raised local so no large corporations skimming money.  nice boat and not crowded at all.

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Is Stingray Sailing close to Cruise port? There will be 6-8 of us....a lot for taxi ride

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23 hours ago, Tigergal31 said:

Is Stingray Sailing close to Cruise port? There will be 6-8 of us....a lot for taxi ride

they will pick you up at the port, then it is about a 10-15 minute drive to the marina, depending if he has any stops along the way to pick up other, non-cruising, passengers.

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As bstel said, they provide transportation to the marina where their catamaran is located.  We just returned from our tour with them last week.  This is probably the 10th time we've used them.  Fabulous every time! Their boat is beautiful with lots of space.  You will be glad you used them when you see all of the crowded boats at the sand bar.  Encourage everyone to go - even if they are unsure about actually swimming with the rays.  Chip will feed them and they get very close to the boat.  The water is crystal clear so the rays are easy to see.   If everyone arrives on time for the tour, you will have about 1 1/2 hours to enjoy beautiful 7 Mile Beach.  They will drop you off and it is very easy to grab a shuttle back to the pier.  PERFECT DAY!!!

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