Discover the charm and history of San Juan Bay aboard our topsail schooner replica, the Amazing Grace! Day and sunset sails are available.
*Transportation not Included*
Be Your Own Captain!
Driver Must have a valid Drivers License upon check-in
Transportation not included
Our most complete tour for those explorers who would like to glimpse into San Juan’s captivating history, have an adventure in the waters of the harbor at the helm of your own boat and stop to taste Puerto Rico world renowned flavors!
Your tour will depart from San Juan Bay Marina in Old San Juan after a short safety briefing. You will take the helm of a brand new 13′ inflatable boat that you will get to operate during the entire tour. The group initially will appreciate Condado, and the Puerto Rico Convention Center. After a short stop where the guide will point out these areas on interest, the fleet will cruise along the southern shores of the Islet towards the Historic District. On your way, there Old San Juan will rise in front of you in the distance and you will appreciate Fort San Cristobal, the largest fort built by the Spaniards in all the Americas, the cruise ship ports as well as the green mountains to the south and the Rainforest to the southeast. Along the way, you will feel the warm Caribbean breeze and may spot some of the local fauna.
Once again, the group will reconvene to learn about the landmarks in the historic district: The San Juan Wall, Governor’s Mansion and the most famous fort in Puerto Rico, Fort San Felipe del Morro. The perfect spot to take unique pictures.
From here your guide will navigate towards the picturesque town of Cataño, famous for its having the largest rum distillery in the World: Bacardi. Here you will be able to see some of the locals Puerto Rico’s fish markets and Cataño waterfront.
The last leg of your tour will take by the most active commercial piers in the Caribbean, where you will observe San Juan commercial district, and Hato Rey through an eco-friendly water channel within a mangrove vegetation area, house of iguanas, birds and local fauna.