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Cooper Island Sail & Snorkel

Price: $127.00
Cooper Island Sail and Snorkel
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Cooper Island is a small unspoiled island that lies about five miles across the Sir Francis Drake Channel from Tortola. Here you'll find white sandy beaches, no roads, and exotic plants such as bougainvillea, frangipani, yucca, and orchids. A few guest houses and a beach club offer visitors a relaxing vacation away from the hustle and bustle of modern-day life.

For many years, the protected mooring field fringed by a white beach, Instagram-perfect palm trees, and a friendly resort have been a complete favorite among "yachties."

The Cooper Island Beach Club restaurant is probably the islands' most eco-friendly establishment. Its solar panels provide 75% of the venue's electricity, so you can enjoy the best rum cocktail and culinary creations while drinking in unforgettable ocean views from the open-air restaurant (at your own expense).

Another reason why this island hits the spot every time with day sail guests is its three world-class snorkel spots: Cistern Point, Little Carvel Rock and Fallen Jerusalem. All snorkel gear is provided including vests available in children's sizes.

Shore Excursion Size
Standard
Shore Excursion Type
Scenic, Water/Beach
Shore Excursion Duration
6+ Hours
Activity Level
Easy
Shore Excursion Leaves From
An approximately 1 to 4 minute walk from the cruise ship. (Full details will be provided in your electronic ticket upon confirmation.)
Food/Beverage Provided
Water and a complimentary rum punch is included.
Recommended Dress
We recommend wearing comfortable, seasonal clothing over your swimsuit. A hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen is suggested.
Restrictions
Guests need to be able to get on and off the vessel from a dock, or in and out of a small boat when necessary.