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In&unda de Sea

Sailing A perfect way to see the island “at least from a distance” is by sail boat. Sailors get a fantastic view of the island’s coastal topography and sailing is an everyday activity in Barbados. For leisure or in competition few things are as relaxing as gliding across the ocean.

sAiLinG FoR LEisuRE Who could blame you for wanting to spend the afternoon cruising on the Bajan blue. Luckily Barbados has a wide variety of casual or party Catamarans for you to enjoy a perfect sunrise, a stunning sunset or a breezy summer afternoon. Step aboard, cruise down the coast, take a swim then enjoy light refreshments or devour an all-inclusive Bajan buffet. Sit back, relax and enjoy the glide. CATAMARAn CRuisEs

TiAMi Did someone say Tiami? baby, aptly named the “Spirit of Barbados” is said to be the sprit of luxury on the high seas and “100% Bajan Bliss”, guaranteed. Sail over calm waters, enjoy a delicious 5-Star lunch,

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feel the cool ocean breezes away. With not one, not Tiami is an obvious choice. EL TiGRE Take a relaxing 3 or 5 hour tour down the West coast on this 60ft beauty. The friendly and experienced crew will take you on a boat ride through heaven, and swim with the friendly turtles. CoMPETiTiVE sAiLinG Competitive racing occurs almost every month on Island but the January Mount Gay Rum Regatta is the feature of the racing season. This round Barbados race has been an island tradition since 1936, started amoung trading schooners, “Just For Bragging rights “. Of course today bragging rights are still one of the top prizes and participants come from all over the world to get in on this action. This regatta is jam packed with action, fun, after parties and the famous Mount Gay Rum.

A QUICKIE ON THE BEACH

The island has countless beaches for you to enjoy and explore but take note: as they indicate strong currents, rough waters and bigger waves on that day. block to protect your skin. sometimes found on the beach (usually marked with red paint) they carry a small fruit similar to a crab apple – Do noT touch or eat this fruit! it is poisonous! In fact even standing under this tree during the rain can be hazardous as dripping rain from the tree can blister the skin and eyes. behind.

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