Pirates of the Caribbean have nothing on this adventure that takes you to where they filmed the movie! Captain Presley Pinder skims across the waters of the Bahamas in his 23' boat to Sandy Cay; where the water is crystal clear, the beaches are powder sand and and the blues range from iridescent turquoise to stunning... Don't forget to bring some fruit to feed the iguanas!
Bundle together with a car rental from Annie's Car Rental and receive a special discount - ask today for your discount code.
Departing from Stella Maris Marina at 8:00 am (or a little later by request), this 30 minute trip will take you across some of the most wonderful waters in the Bahamas to the site of the filming of Pirates of the Caribbean where stunning waters meet stunning beaches and iguanas roam free. Look out for Osprey nests and wading birds.
Bring your own lunch to eat either on the boat or beach.
Return to Stella Maris Marina at approximately 3:00 pm, contingent on how you feel!
DURATION: This full day trip starts at 8 am - or as you wish - and ends at approximately 3:00 pm.
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF PASSENGERS: 5
LEVEL OF PHYSICAL FITNESS NEEDED: Must be at least a moderate swimmer.
MINIMUM AGE: Although life jackets are provided, participants must be able to swim.
WHERE TO MEET: Meeting at Stella Maris Marina.
PICK UP: If you require a pickup by taxi, this can be arranged through our transportation section. Please simply go to Transportation section.
WHAT TO BRING: Snorkel, mask and fins (can be purchased or rented from any of the resorts or Seafarer Marine Store in Salt Pond, Under the Sun in Hamilton's), suntan lotion, swimming costume, hat, towel, lunch and beverages - oh, and some fruit to feed the Iguanas - they love lettuce! Recommended to bring: waterproof bag, waterproof camera, insect repellent.
NOTE: Shade on the boat is minimal so ensure that you are covered up and don't get burnt!
ABOUT THE TOUR OPERATOR: Brought up knowing the land and waters of Long Island, Captain Presley Pinder is passionate about the island that is his home. Renowned throughout Long Island for helping others, he personifies Long Islanders' sense of giving back and is currently spearheading the efforts to build a youth vocational training center at Miller's on Long Island.