Observatorio Seaworld en las Gran Caimán: espectáculo con naufragio y alimentación de peces

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George Town, Grand Cayman

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1 hora (aprox.)
Entrada para dispositivos móviles
Idiomas disponibles: Inglés

Descripción general

Aborde un semi-submarino para descubrir el espectacular mundo submarino de Gran Caimán gracias esta excursión de una hora de duración. Vea el Cali y el Balboa, dos naufragios dramáticos, y visite el Arrecife Cheeseburger, donde verá a un buzo alimentar a las muchas variedades de peces tropicales. Escuche la narración informativa y entretenida de su guía a bordo del Observatorio Seaworld de última generación, el cual permite admirar vistas panorámicas de la vida marina sin mojarse.
  •  Disfrute de vistas submarinas a bordo del Gran Caimán Seaworld Observatory
  • Explora Cheeseburger Reef y mira un espectáculo de alimentación de peces
  • Aprende la historia de Gran Caimán a través de dos famosos naufragios
Diríjase al muelle en el corazón de George Town, donde abordarás el Observatorio Seaworld. Siéntese junto a una de las muchas ventanas para tener una vista clara del mundo submarino. 
Visite Cali, una goleta de acero que data de 1900, que encalló en 1944 a solo 90 m (100 yardas) de la costa de Gran Caimán. Continúe hacia el Arrecife Cheeseburger, donde un buzo saltará de la nave hacia el agua para alimentar a los peces. Preste atención a su ventana mientras los bancos de amigables peces tropicales envuelven al buzo. Prepare sus cámaras para hacer fotos de cerca de la gran variedad de fauna marina de las Islas Caimán. 
El Seaworld Observer viajará al sitio del Balboa, un carguero que naufragó en 1932. Este barco de 115 m (375 pies) se hizo pedazos en el fondo del océano por la fuerza de las olas durante uno de los peores huracanes en la historia de la isla. Partes de George Town fueron reconstruidas después de la tormenta utilizando madera recuperada del naufragio. 
Después de una hora de admirar el paisaje marino de Gran Caimán, regresará al muelle en George Town y desembarcará.

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Joseph B
, mar 2018

This excursion was very enjoyable and laid back. We boarded the boat about 45 minutes after arriving at the meeting place. We both enjoyed seeing the ship wrecks, as well as the feeding of the fish. This is a glass bottom boat for fish obervation.

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peteryates
, jun 2017

Booked this trip as an alternative to the water bus where you look a TV monitors. I reckon this is much better. Boarding the boat was easy but then you have to climb backwards down a steep ladder so it is not suitable for anybody with mobility difficulties. However, once downstairs you are in a comfortable area with a long padded bench down the middle. As there were few other passengers on our trip we were easily able to swing our legs from one side of the bench to the other so we could look out of both sides of the submarine and catch sight of more of the fish. The name of the attraction is accurate. You see 2 shipwrecks which are mildly interesting and then a crew member gets out in the water in a wet suit and feeds the fish right next to the windows, so you get a chance to see them close up. There are some very colourful small fish, but don't expect to see anything large. I didn't realise it at the time, but when we were sitting in a bar overlooking the harbour, I noticed that the boat does not go more than a couple of hundred yards from the quay. In this area, the reef is pretty poor and the constant churning of the water by large cruise ships also makes the water cloudy and limits visability from the sub. We saw 1 turtle briefly and some small rays. Overall it's a worthwhile and interesting trip lasting about 1.5 hours. Some of our party felt rather motion sick by the end of the trip, as the sub tends to roll a bit, particularly when close to the wall of the quay, so be warned.

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Cecilia S
, may 2017

I and 3 others booked a tour and had expectations of seeing the beautiful Caribbean underwater via the observatory ship. We basically motored around the reef just adjacent the pier. The Observatory folks were nice enough but gave me credit for the cancellation of 2 people of our group in the most confusion refund process ever! I finallly figured out what we were charged once I got back home and could look at my credit card account! I don't feel like this excursion is a good example of what the Caribbean has to offer. I also feel like we were charged a big amount of money for what we experienced! Do't recommend this tour to anyone.

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Roger H
, feb 2017

Motored around close to shore in a congested area, not very exciting

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Scott G
, ago 2016

Very informative. Neat views.

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Adelita C A
, jul 2016

Really enjoyed this experience of seeing and being under the clear water in Cayman. Something we wouldn't have experienced otherwise since we do t scuba dive. Loved it.

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Robert T
, mar 2016

The tour was excellent. The sub made a circuit that lasted about 50 minutes. Nice selection of critters in view and saw a couple of sunken reef/ ships. Great tour guide and ship crew. Knowledgeable and friendly.
Only hassle was the time zone- boat vs. local time so we almost missed our slot time and the requirement to have a printed voucher despite that is says electronic voucher is accepted.

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Penny D
, nov 2015

very interesting and beautiful,the staff was very friendly

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D William B
, sep 2015

Nice cruise, good guide, wonderful reefs! View of sunken ship amazing, also really enjoyed the diver feeding the fish!

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Eric G
, jun 2015

My wife and I thought it was a good thing to do, and we would recommend this to others if we know that they are coming to your area.


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