canadagal Posted November 21, 2006 #1 Share Posted November 21, 2006 From searching the net I am guessing that the Hal snorkel shore excursion to St. John is on the same boat that was previously named the Leylon Sneed, a 115 ft. replica of a Chesapeake Bay Oyster Boat. For those of you that have taken the Hal excursion or been on the Leylon Sneed to Trunk Bay how difficult was it to get off the boat once it was anchored offshore at the beach. I have read reports that you have 3 choices, jump off the back of the boat into the water, climb down a ladder into the water or they will take you in a dinghy to the beach if you do not care to get wet. My friend is not that agile and after looking at pictures of the boat it looks really high from the water line and the ladders look really steep. I wanted to know how one would get into the dinghy.......surely not by climbing down the same ladders. That would mean that really young kids and seniors might not get on shore or in the water. Any info on this shore excursion and boat would be really appreciated as no where does it mention how to get off of the boat once it is moored. Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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