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where can cruise passengers find water sports?

Centennial
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where can cruise passengers find water sports?

Where can we sail hobie cats, wind surf, paddle board, kayak, water ski, etc.

Are there places to rent this equipment or resorts that offer day passes that include water sports?

Thanks.

Cedar Rapids, Iowa
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1. Re: where can cruise passengers find water sports?

If you decided to go to Negril for a day there are TONs of water sports on the beaches there. Day passes can run 80-100 dollars per person and depending how many people you have you could get transportation to Negril for cheaper. Also with a day pass to a resort it would not include any moterized water sports that would most likely be extra on top of the pass. Now with that said there are water sports in moBay. I dont think as much as Negril though. You can Parasail, Jetski ect....

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2. Re: where can cruise passengers find water sports?

If you go to Negril have the driver stop at the Treehouse. It does not charge guests but expects you to eat and drink there (still much cheaper than a day pass). In Montego Bay go to Doctor's Cave Beach or Cornwall Beach. They may not have all the watersports but should have enough to fill a day.

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3. Re: where can cruise passengers find water sports?

Aqua Sol beach is the closest to the port. They have para sailing, jet skis and a glass bottom boat-i think the paddle boats as well. I'm an old fan of COrnwall beach which recently reopened but not sure what water sports they offer. Be sure to eat at the Pork Pit while in Mobay!

PEACE!

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