Beach time, snorkeling, shopping, and an open bar — indulge yourself on this sailing cruise to Isla Mujeres from Cancun. Feel the Caribbean sun on your skin and snorkel at a reef location teeming with marine life. At Isla Mujeres, enjoy a buffet lunch at a beach club, and then hit the local streets to shop for bargains and souvenirs. Weather permitting, finish your sail with a thrilling ride on the spinnaker.
Sailing cruise to Isla Mujeres from Cancun
Snorkel at a top destination near coral formations
Have as many drinks from the open bar on board
Enjoy attentive service from the crew
Visit shops in Isla Mujeres and purchase one-of-a-kind handicrafts and souvenirs
A spectacular sailing day awaits you in Cancun. In the morning, make your way to Playa Tortugas and board your boat.
On board, watch how the water color changes from dark blue to turquoise as you cruise into the clear waters of the bay between Cancun and Isla Mujeres (Island of Women). Feel the sea spray and warm sun, as you sip refreshing drinks from the open bar.
Stop at a top snorkeling and diving site, in one of the world’s largest reefs, and hop into the water to swim alongside coral formations and colorful fish.
Then, dock at Isla Mujeres and settle in at a beach club for a delicious buffet lunch. Walk off your meal with a leisurely exploration of the artisan shops in town, which offer wares ranging from souvenirs to gold and silver jewelry.
Set voyage back to the marina in Cancun. If the weather allows, end the day on a high note with a ride on the spinnaker.
Purchased this half day excursion to celebrate my daughter's birthday as she loves to sail. That was far from it...the sails NEVER went up, the snorkeling lasted five minutes and we were placed on a over crowded boat and the outing lasted almost 10 hours. First of three stops was to snorkel. The guild had disappeared with a small group before everyone got into the water. No problem we thought, we both know how to swim, snorkel and even have diving experience. After just five minutes in the water, the captain keeps yelling at us, "hold onto the rope" followed by waving motions from him for us to return to the boat???? He moves the boat to where the other people had gone and there we sit waiting for them. Next stop was down town Isla Mujeres, dropped off to do what ever we wanted for THREE hours. Here you either rent a golf cart ($35) or have a taxi ($45) to drive over the island and there really isn't anything to see. Back on board we head to another part of the Island for buffet lunch and again told the stay here would be another THREE hours. It was so over crowded here and again nothing to do after lunch. The pool was not appealing as there were so many people and kids with diapers on. We headed to the small beach area only to be stopped by the life guard, "life vests must be worn pass this point"????? Once again for an additional charge, you could pay to "swim with the dolphins". What a huge disappointment!!! False advertisement: it clearly shows a catamaran sailing.
We had a very good time. It’s a long day but a good price for a gorgeous boat ride, a little snorkeling and a nice buffet. There is also a swimming pool near the buffet that is free to use and you can swim with dolphins for an added cost. No spinnaker rides while we were there.
We loved every minute of our day! We were surprised to discover there was a continental breakfast included with coffee and yummy baked goods and fruit. The catamaran was spacious and crew was very heplful. Snorkeling was great and the guides made the best of the windy day. The public beach at Isla Mujeres was so beautiful and we were able to rent beach chairs and an umbrella for a very affordable price. There were also women offering massages in cute little beach front huts for a really great price ($25-$40 USD/hour), but I had just gotten one at our hotel the day before for more, drat! After our two hours at the public beach we got back on the boat to go over the Dolphin Discovery area. We did not pay extra for this but it was still really fun to watch the dolphins do tricks. The food and drinks were exceptional and included in the cost and it was lovely to enjoy the pool and the sun for a few more hours. I was disappointed we didn't get to do the Spinnaker on the way home, but the day was still amazing! Great value for such a long day and so much free food included!
This was the best way to discover Cancúns islands. We had been staying in Cancun for a couple days and had enjoyed the ocean from our hotel beach. I was blown away with the view from our room, but did know it could be so much more.
We arrived at the dock at 9:30. We were then offered an upgraded package, which I would highly recommend, it offered a smaller boat and more private experience. Once we boarded around 10:15, I quickly realized how beautiful the Gulf of Mexico is. I can not stress enough how beautiful and clear it was. The crew was very attentive and helpful. Lunch took place on an area dedicated to their tours. After lunch I feel asleep in a hammock while my husband enjoyed the ocean, so relaxing. Next we sailed around the island and got dropped off at an area where you could purchase souvenirs or swim. Lastly the dropped the anchor and we did a sail swingfor strong swimmers.
Great tour highly recommend!!
This was the highlight of my 5 days in Cancun! The guides were so great and fun to be around. It was smooth sailing and such a great time. Make sure to bring cash pesos to tip and purchase photos if you're interested! I didn't realize so I used the ATM at the pier. Lunch was delicious and I especially enjoyed relaxing in the hammocks afterwards!
OMG!! This was so much fun!! I would recommend this company to every person that visits! The boat was spacious and the crew was excellent. They were very nice and did a great job of communicating with everyone. The food for lunch was great! I wouldn’t change a thing about this trip.
If you only do one thing in Cancun when your on vacation! This is a must do and with this tour group.. the boat wasn't over packed the staff were amazing!! They are safety conscience at all times, but let you have fun. This was my wife's first time snorkeling and she was a little scared. She freaked when she got in the water and the guide had her hold onto the ring and she was fine. She had a great time and the staff saved the day. We got to eat traditional Mexican food on the Island and it was really good. The beach at the restaurant is beautiful. After lunch you can go grab a hammock with a cool beverage. The entire time beverages are being served, so you will not get thirsty. Water, Beer and mixed drinks. Bring your bio-degradable sun block for this trip as its expensive on the dock. Isla Muhares is beautiful! Make sure you see the other side of the island, there are incredible beaches and views. We rented a golf cart for 1 hour for 60.00, it was close and we made it but I wouldn't recommend it. We didn't stop but once..if your late you get charged another hour. The trip back to Cancun was a ton of fun, I got to do the spinnaker ride which was a blast. I hung on for a good 5 minutes. I didn't mind tipping these guys well. They work hard and did a awesome job, I have not laughed like that in a very long time.