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Sculpture Snorkel and Powerboat Sightseeing Tour in Grenada

Highlights
  • Rigid inflatable boat offers a fast, safe ride around Grenada
  • Snorkel in the Underwater Sculpture Park using provided equipment
  • Informative commentary on Grenada's culture, history, and wildlife
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Sculpture Snorkel and Powerboat Sightseeing Tour in Grenada
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10am Grenada Powerboat TourMost Popular
Explore Grenada's West Coast on a fun powerboat tour. Have a guided snorkel in the Underwater Sculpture Park with the award-winning team that worked with the artists and helped put the statues there.
From US$75.00
1:30pm Grenada Powerboat Tour
Explore Grenada's West Coast on a fun powerboat tour. Have a guided snorkel in the Underwater Sculpture Park with the award-winning team that worked with the artists and helped put the statues there.
From US$75.00
Overview
Explore Grenada's West Coast on this comprehensive tour via speedboat. Cover tons of ground in a short time, which lets you make the most of your precious vacation. Get views and photo ops of the coast while visiting Morne Rouge Bay and the Underwater Sculpture Park. A guide will teach you about the island's rich underwater world along the way.
What to Expect
Show up at your departure point ready for epic views and a fast, smooth ride. Step aboard a rigid inflatable boat (RIB), which is fast and agile, allowing you to cover lots of territory in just a short time. 

Head first for Moliniere Bay to explore the Underwater Sculpture Park, where you'll descend the boat's ladder for easy snorkel access to the park. See the works of British sculptor Jason deCaires Taylor and a number of other artists, and the varied marine life the sculptures attract. A guide will accompany the group in the water the whole time to ensure your safety and comfort. 

Move on to Morne Rouge Bay, where you'll learn about Grenada's active underwater volcanoes and wildlife. Then, zip over to St. George's to cruise through the Lagoon and Carenage. Listen to your guide's commentary about the early explorers that settled from Europe and the sunken cruise ship that is now the biggest dive wreck in the Caribbean.
Reviews (51)
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Reviewed yesterday
Much Fun on (and under) the Water

I am a very novice snorkeler, but have wanted to view the Underwater Sculpture Park for years. Thanks to a strong social media presence, I found I could book a seat with Grenada Seafaris even though it was just myself! The powerboat was comfortable to...More

1  Thank Kim O
Zan_C2014, Manager at Grenada Seafaris, responded to this reviewResponded today

Hi Kim and thanks so much for your great review of your time with us. Kimmie is a wonderful guide both in and out of the water and he will be thrilled that you had a wonderful time. He is especially happy when he has...More

Reviewed 1 week ago
Best boat tour in Grenada

Spent an incredible morning with Kimmy and Howard on their powerboat! There were several beginner snorkelers on board and Kimmy was a fantastic teacher, so they all felt comfortable and had a great time. Howard supplied us with fins, vests, and snorkeling masks thatwere in...More

Thank Paige P
Zan_C2014, Manager at Grenada Seafaris, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Paige thanks so much for your wonderful comments. I've passed them on to Kimmy and to Howard. Kimmy absolutely loves the marine environment as is super thrilled when he can introduce it to new and nervous snorkellers. We are all committed to ensuring guests have...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Snorkeling and sightseeing

Had a great time today snorkeling and touring the west coast. Kimmy was a very informative guide. It was nice to learn about the history of Grenada!More

Thank Kellyn W
Zan_C2014, Manager at Grenada Seafaris, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Kimmy is a fabulous guide and is super thrilled when folk have remembered him enough from the adventure to write about him. Many people do think we offer snorkeing but as you mention we do offer loads of information about Grenada too. Thank you for...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Awesome !!

Had an absolutely brilliant day out with these guys. Recommend 100% Fantastic boat and fantastic hosts Amazing sculptures, well worth a visit. Kimmie & Howard were so patient with a couple of our group who were struggling to get to grips with the snorkeling (my...More

Thank DaveJ2075
Zan_C2014, Manager at Grenada Seafaris, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you so much for your great review of your adventure with us. Howard and Kimmie are thrilled you both had a great time. We always think our most special days are when we have had folk who are a little nervous or new to...More

Reviewed 13 September 2018 via mobile
Super & informative trip

Howard and Kimmie were great hosts - telling us all about the marine environments that we were exploring, (including picking up other people’s litter from the ocean - explaining the risk to sea life that it poses). I do have to say a special thank...More

Thank Christine B
Zan_C2014, Manager at Grenada Seafaris, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Thank you for your comments and while we hate that it seems to be a regular occurrence we are totally committed to ocean preservation and we will try our very best to clear up any floating litter when we see it. Kimmie is thrilled your...More

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virgo313
17 October 2018|
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Response from Zan_C2014 | Property representative |
Meeting point is inside the cruise liner terminal and from there it is probably a 3 minute walk to the boat :-)
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Cat-Sails
15 October 2018|
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Response from Zan_C2014 | Property representative |
Great question. We have 2 reasons why we always encourage folk to book really early in their holiday rather than at the last minute. 1) So that that if we have to reschedule due to poor conditions (very rare) there is time... More
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