Catamaran 35

Guanacaste Province , Costa Rica
# 2194
from $85,00 / 4 Am Hour

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PRICE SHOWN PER PERSON The Lazy Lizard is a 35 ft catamaran that sails out of the Flamingo area. Daily tours and private charters available. Sunset Catamaran Cruise Max capacity of 35 passengers Your tour will start aboard our Catamaran at the Flamingo Marina giving us access to some of the most beautiful secluded beaches and snorkel locations in Costa Rica. There you will have the opportunity to experience marine wildlife such as: dolphins, whales, sea turtles, tropical fish, and manta rays. Sailing along the coastline will give you a completely different view of Costa Rica and our professional and friendly crew will make your experience on board a memorable one serving you refreshments throughout the cruise. You can take part in activities that are suitable for all ages, such as: guided snorkel tours, swimming, kayaking, and fishing. Soon after you meet the friendly crew of the “Lazy Lizard”, you step aboard the catamaran for the first time. It’s rock solid stable, roomy, and easy to walk around on. It may be your first time sailing, or you may be a yacht club regatta champion, but with good winds blowing, you realize, “this is gonna be a lot of fun”. With the quiet puttering of the engines, the “Lazy Lizard” pulls away from the dock and motors past the breakwater into the ocean. She is turned into the wind, and the huge mainsail is hoisted until it reaches up into the blue sky. Then the most magical thing happens… it becomes quiet! Your body begins to truly relax as you listen to the gentle sound of the water rushing past the bows. As the “Lazy Lizard” ghosts away from the shoreline, the wind freshens, fills the sails, and then the big catamaran really begins to fly. But the funny thing is even at speeds similar to a motorized boat, the boat is still stable, not rolling around, and is still easy to walk around the warm decks in your bare feet. With a cool drink in your hand, and gaining confidence by the minute, you decide to venture out of the shady protected area aft, and move up onto the sunny bows of the boat. Two large soft sunbathing trampolines await you, and in a flash you are lying on your belly watching the clear blue ocean water, rush under your new strange hammock. As you gaze down into the deep blue, the second magical moment of the day begins. Some dolphins have come to say hello, swim and play with the boat. One dolphin swims swiftly to the surface within inches of your reaching fingers, then turns onto her side to look you right in the eye. She’s just having a little fun. After dozing off for a little nap watching the beautiful white sails carving circles into the blue sky, you hear the anchor splash into the secluded cove’s waters. It’s time for snorkeling and sea kayaking! Things to Know ~ Departure Time: 2:00 p.m. ~ Pick up Time: 1:00 pm in Tamarindo ~ Return Time: Sunset (6:15 p.m.) ~ Tour Duration: Approximately 4 hours ~ What to Wear: Bathing suit or shorts ~ What to Bring: Hat, Towel, Sunscreen, Camera Included: The Sunset Cruise includes drinks, lunch, snorkeling equipment, kayaks and gorgeous sunsets. Not Included: Tips for crew * Transportation not provided for the J.W. Marriott guests Prices Adults: $85 Children under 11: $70 Inquire about private charters

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Cancellation Policy
30 Day Cancellation

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Lunch and Water Included

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Guanacaste Province

Guanacaste Province

Guanacaste Province located in northwestern Costa Rica shares a border the Pacific Ocean and is renowned for its beaches and incredibly biodiverse national parks. Home to Santa Rosa National Park which features over 250 species of birds, surfing sites and a dry, tropical forest. You can enjoy the endless beaches from Playa Blanca to Playa Hermosa, which are also popular for water sports and get a taste of the high life on the Papagayo Peninsula at one of the area’s fine luxury resorts. Whatever you are looking for, you can find it in the charming Guanacaste Province.

Charter a Course for Adventure. The most difficult thing about a trip to Guanacaste Province is choosing whether to spend your time on the water or on the land. Fortunately, with your own character you can do both! Setting sail south from Liberia, you can head down to the charming beaches and into Tamarindo. Tamarindo in Guanacaste most popular city and home to many great restaurants and exciting nightlife. It’s a great place to unwind after a day of adventuring in the ocean.

Explore Costa Rica’s Gold Coast. Guanacaste Province has been nicknamed Costa Rica’s Gold Coast. This is because the area is simply packed with gems. The beaches are just the beginning. Heading out from Playa Hermosa you can cross into the deeper waters of the Pacific and enjoy some of the most fabulous fishing in the world. Tuna, marlin, snapper, wahoo, dorado are just a few of fish that you can find around here. There’s no better way to experience the “Pura Vida” lifestyle of Costa Rica than by catching a few of these and throwing them on the barbecue!

Discover the Santa Rosa National Park. In a country full of world famous national parks, few compare to Santa Rosa. Here the dry, flat plains of the country meet tropical dry forest creating landscapes similar to the African savannas. The area is packed with great activities like kayaking, hiking and ziplining. From here, you can head over to Arenal Volcano. An amazing national park home to hot springs and so much to do!

Create Your Own Perfect Vacation. When you charter a boat from Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica you are setting the ideal groundwork for a perfect vacation. There’s so much to do and see here that the only limit you’ll really have is time. So, get a chance to experience it all in style with your own private charter.