200 Avenida Marina View, Fajardo, 00738, Puerto Rico
200 Avenida Marina View Fajardo PR
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Come Sail with us in Fajardo, Puerto Rico on the Salty Dog Catamaran
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Gilberto Garcia-Ceja said 4 years ago
Great experience, very fun adventure. Rafael and the rest of the crew made the trip a whole lot better. The food, drinks and snacks on the catamaran were good, and had plenty to eat well. Will definitely book with them again in the future. A must go if traveling Puerto Rico.
Sheena Hanscel said 4 years ago
Totally worth the price. The island we stopped at was beautiful and the lunch provided was good. The snorkeling location wasn't as exciting as I had hoped but still a lot of fun. The crew was amazing, fantastic service and the drinks provided were amazing. I would definitely recommend this and plan on doing this trip again when I come back to Puerto Rico
Allyssa Antunes said 4 years ago
Easy to find; Great snorkeling option; fun staff; Great lunch; Fun day out on the water; great for large groups!
Thomas BESSON said 4 years ago
Already went there twice (once with work colleagues and once with my parents who were visiting and 100% will go there again with other guests). The places they take you are breathtaking, the staff is kind and helpful, the cocktails and food are good and even the music is cool :) One of the best thing to do in PR for me, watch the sunburn though^^
maria said 4 years ago
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