Afternoon Boat - Snorkeler
The afternoon boat accommodates divers, snorkelers, and trainees
Explore some of the more remote areas around Culebra (e.g. Carlos Rosario or Luis Peña Island which is only accessible by boat). You will be exiting the boat into deep water; therefore, Culebra Divers requires that you be a comfortable swimmer (without assistance) prior to signing up for one of our guided snorkel boat tours. We are sorry but we do not give swimming lessons.
The site(s) will be chosen according to weather and sea conditions. Our goal is to have you snorkel in calm protected water so you can fully enjoy watching the life on the busy reefs. On board we’ll have plenty of water and snacks (please exercise caution if you have any food allergies). Wear a bathing suit, towel, and reef safe sunscreen – we’ll provide the rest! We have towels and reef-safe sunscreen for purchase in our dive shop if you forget yours!
The boat departs the dock at 2:00PM (your arrival time 1:30PM) and returns at approximately 4-4:30PM. In order to avoid schedule conflicts impacting your tour (or that of others on the boat), we ask that you not book flights immediately post the tour. Return times are not guaranteed.
- 1-2 locations*
*A 1-location snorkel tour typically occurs when our afternoon boat includes divers
Kids 6-12 yrs old: For safety and liability purposes we require a parent/guardian per child (not including our staff) on board. The parent/guardian will supervise the child at all times both in and out of the water and is required to stay with the child (children cannot be left unattended on the boat or in the water).
Unable to find a boat snorkel tour time that works with your schedule? Please contact our friends at Bright Paddle for more opportunities to visit our reefs and try stand-up paddleboards along with your snorkel tour! Tell them Culebra Divers sent you.
Participants booking for multiple people, please forward these links to them as well.
For riders or snorkelers: Rider/Snorkeler Waiver