Bellaventuras del Caribe, LLC offers catamaran sailing excursions that include snorkeling and paddle boarding. Aboard our yachts, you discover the island from a unique perspective, reconnect with nature, and can admire a variety of coral, rays, turtles, and tropical fish. We encourage sailing using the wind power, through the wonderful Caribbean archipelago islands, cays and islets comprising the Spanish Virgin Island.
Be the protagonist of your own adventure in a unique, natural setting that’s recognized world-wide. Extend your private catamaran sail in Puerto Rico with our overnight option and live aboard the yacht for an unforgettable experience!
Our commitment to the professional development of our crew assures the comfort and safety of our guests. We offer great value to our visiting adventurers by providing well-maintained equipment and attentive customer service. The tour begins with a short safety briefing as we head out of the marina into the crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean. Our vessel features sturdy safety railings all around the boat and are US Coast Guard inspected and certified. Among many safety precautions, your Captain and crew will request that:
• Our guests refrain from walking with flippers, at any time, out of the water.
• When moving about the vessel to please hold on to railings.
• Avoid all contact with the coral reefs when snorkeling to prevent skin burn.
Note: Our plates and cups are biodegradable but it’s very important to make sure nothing falls overboard.
Trash in the ocean kills more than one million seabirds and 100,000 marine mammals and turtles each year. This is happening because our beaches are not clean and trash slowly moves into the ocean where sea animals mistake it for food and could be fatal.
Our business depends on a healthy environment to be successful. Our highest priority is the care and preservation of the reefs we explore and the beaches we visit. All of our tours are conducted in a manner that minimizes our impact on the environment. The sea life, flora and fauna that we encounter in our excursions are shared with our guests in an ethical, respectful manner – we strive to leave every beach, reef and trail that we explore, cleaner than when we found it. We teach proper snorkeling etiquette such as the importance of not walking on, or touching the coral reefs, which can harm the fragile underwater ecosystems.
“Beach Clean Up” on Icacos Island on August 8th, 2018, During the summertime Icacos, is one of the most popular areas to visit, and with the high traffic of boats and visitors, this means more trash and waste on this beautiful nature reserve. Nobody wants a beach with dirty water and garbage everywhere. We want our beaches to be luxurious and eye appealing. Not only is this important to the locals, but the tourist too!
If we don’t keep our beaches clean there will soon be many more endangered animals. Beach cleanups are very important, not only to save the marine life and to raise awareness of what is really polluting our oceans and beaches within our community.