Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Key West Island T’ing: Sail, Snorkel and Kayak Adventure. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
This was a great sail. I didn't get to do snorkeling on this adventure because of the previous days storm. I was given an upgrade to a tour that included parasail and jet skis in place of snorkel. The kayaking around the mangrove island was fun, even had a shark swim right by in the shallow waters. The jet skis were fun. It was too windy to go parasailing that day, so it was scheduled for the next day. This tour is through Sebago, and they were excellent to deal with. They were very accommodating. Beth, Steve and Bob on the boat were great! The food was really good as well.
We had a great time! Great weather, lots of sun, very informative captain. great food. Would go second time!
We had a wonderful time! Our hosts Tim and Morgan were awesome! Would definitely recommend!
If or when we return to Key West, we will absolutely book another adventure. Had a great time, the crew was fantastic and will recommend to others.
I took my family of 6 on board the Pelican, a 20 man catamaran. Tim, the captain, and Casey, the first mate were extremely competent, knowledgeable, instructive, and solicitous. They were really fun to be around. Great times, snorkeling and kayaking, food and drinks - wonderful family memories!
i was upgraded to the Power Adventure due to too few people on the Ting Island one. It was awesome! I had the time of my life, so much fun. Captain Eric, crew Jim, Steve and Chico were professional and engaging. Great, great time. I highly recomend this fun day on the Atlantic!
wonderful trip, even though the water was fairly rough and visibility was not great with the snorkeling, the kayaking was great! Staff and crew were wonderful, well worth the trip! Only suggestion was that they had a wonderful breakfast for us, none of us knew that was to be served and had already eaten.... hate for food to go to waste.
My friend and I are so glad we made the Island T'ing happen. So worth it. Good food (delish guac), drinks and of course the water. Getting to see a ship wreck while snorkeling was incredible. We weren’t the best in kayaks but we sure made the most of it.
You even get to lounge around the nets in the catamaran.
One word to describe my day...BLISS!
We had an absolutely had grand time on this adventure. We would recommend to anyone of most any age.
I took my family of 4 on this excursion. All of us had a fantastic time. The great service, friendly crew, adventurous activities, and a few little surprises make this outing a very memorable day!
The crew were very helpful and informative as well as nice to talk to. Beautiful boat, great food and good price. It was very windy, so the itinerary was changed a bit, but it was still fun. Got to see a pod of dolphins.
The company Viator provided, Seabago was a great choice. The tour was excellent especially the crew, Emile and Matt. We were well cared for and enjoyed the entire 6 1/2 hour tour.
Linda and Steve
Do not book this tour in advance even tho it only runs 3 days a week and may sell out. Book the day before so you know what the weather conditions will be like. If there is a storm the day before, know that visibility will be GREATLY reduced due to the currents disturbing the coral reef ocean floor. The sail out to the reef was an extremely cold and choppy ride. Many were not prepared and were freezing.
If you are a weak swimmer or have never snorkeled before, only go if the conditions are excellent. Only 25 of the passengers went snorkeling due to the literally 10 to 15 foot waves around the boat at the snorkel site. All of them returned to the boat within 10 minutes due to the high waves and lack of visibility.
Also the kayaking was pretty lame. You only paddle along the coast of the mangrove, not very far from the boat, less than 5 minute continuous paddle. In fact, the kayak guide just sends you back on your own to the boat and waits for the next group to paddle out to her - that's how close it is.