Turks and Caicos boat rental
Welcome to the so-called 'Beautiful by Nature' Turks and Caicos Islands, created with a pinch of beauty, paradise, and graced with calm and serenity. The Turks and Caicos Islands are 40 magnificent islands with high crystalline seas, whitewashed coastlines, and lavish landscapes. Just a few steps away from Miami, New York, Toronto, and London, the Turks and Caicos have easy access that makes this destination such an irresistible place. With such a dreamy place, many airlines have directed their interest and arranged direct flights, including British Airways, Delta Flights, Westjet, American Airlines, and Air Canada.
With such a strong asset of pristine water, blue beach, and beaming sun, the Turks and Caicos Islands have many exciting activities for an enjoyable adventure. Ranging from cultural entertainment to natural events and on-water offers, the Turks and Caicos Islands have many ways to capture your interest and heart. The turquoise water has deeply enchanted most of the previous holidaymakers in the Turks and Caicos Islands, ranging from five to fifteen days.
Why rent a boat on holiday in Turks and Caicos?
Rent a boat in Turks and Caicos, sail on splendid water, visit the most privatized and out of reach island and discover the many gifts of mother nature. Exclusively reachable by boat, the Turks and Caicos have distinctive holiday features with stunning reefs, coral gullies, mesmerizing caves, yellow and purse sea fans at the Leeward regions, and Providenciales.
From January to April, vacationers rent a boat on their holiday in Turks and Caicos to particularly admire from afar the humpback whales as they went through the Turks Head passage. A view filled with the majestic dance of whales and plunging landscape of the southern cays. Vacationers sail to the Smith's reef for deep visibility of the water and hunt for views of the infamous lionfish, colorful corals, sea slugs, and Eagle rays.
How much is speed boat rental in Turks and Caicos?
If you feel like venturing out for more adventure, opt for a speed boat rental in Turks and Caicos Islands for a raid to the most charming landscape. An unbelievable sail with 13 to 25 guests ranges from $100 to $650 for one hour. Private speedboat rental may go up to $1500 per day to the Leeward Settlement, Turks and Caicos Islands. If you prefer a parasailing escapade to the luxurious Grace Beach, expect to $85 per person. For a shared speedboat rental, choose an already planned excursion such as the snorkel and conch cruise for four hours of pure pleasure. Tickets are available from $99 and organized daily.
How much is catamaran rental in Turks and Caicos?
Power catamaran rentals are a comfortable and exclusive way to venture around the Turks and Caicos. Power catamaran rental starts from 10 guests $250 for an hour to $600 per day in the Cockburn Town and Caicos Islands. For a grand and intimate moment, rent a catamaran to the Providenciales from $1,700 to $3,600. Sailing catamarans may sail from $140 per person to Providenciales with snorkel activities included. Rent a catamaran for two hours just for you for $1,600 for 2 hours./p>
Rent a boat for a day in Turks and Caicos
Crowned by Condé Nast as the 'Best Beach' in the world and the World Travel Awards, Providenciales is the Caribbean sacred jewel. Renting a boat for a day is the ultimate chance to sail to this beach, affectionately known as Provo, to the locals. The Chalk Sound National Park is the epitome of the pristine horizon in the Caribbean. Beneath the water, Providenciales is a real treasure vault for the divers and snorkelers. The Bight Reef and Smith's Reef are the best snorkeling sites in Provo and a common meeting point for green turtles, trumpetfish, brown stingrays, and eagle rays. Leave the beautiful coastline to visit Blue Hills, Sapodilla Hill, for rock inscription and Frenchman's Creek Nature Reserve. A bird sanctuary, Frenchman's Creek Nature Reserve is the place to go if you are a fan of bird watching. For a cultural insight, head to Cheshire Hall Plantation, a cotton plantation that keeps the 1700s Great House vestige.
Rent a boat for the weekend in Turks and Caicos
For a grand tour of Turks and Caicos, rent a boat for the weekend. Start your journey in Providenciales, then French Cay, to admire migrating birds and to snorkel in the indisputable beauty of coral garden and marine life. The Caribbean has seen many shipwrecks washing up in its water, and the French Cay is not an exception to the rule. Sail to Molasses Reef to discover the oldest wrecks in the New World. Spread on an eight and a half square mile, South Caicos and Middle Caicos attract visitors in search of snorkeling adventure and food sampling. To indulge in fleshy lobsters or spot sharks, eagles rays, loggerhead turtles, spotted rays, octopus, and barracudas, visit South Caicos. The Middle Caicos offers one of the most dramatic landscapes, highlighted by the stretch of golden sand and half blue lagoon.
Rent a boat for diving in Turks and Caicos
Turks and Caicos is the ideal place to rent a boat for diving. Host to an abundant marine life thanks to the best wall diving, divers can spot a myriad of marine life, including sharks species, sea turtles, humpback whales, and healthy corals. One of the best dive sites in Turks and Caicos is Amphitheatre. Bearing its name well, diving to this area feels like you are entering an amphitheater covered by black coral. Host to the school of jacks, stingrays, nurse sharks, triggerfish, and blue parrotfish, renting a boat to Amphitheatre is magical.
Party boat rental in Turks and Caicos
Turks and Caicos have many offers for party boat rental. With a punch of rum and other alcoholic beverages, spice up your marine excursion on board of a boat. Party boat rental generally includes food and beverage and snorkeling trips to the most famous bays and coves in Turks and Caicos. For adventurous souls, rent a boat to practice on watersports, exclusively. There are many ways to explore Turks and Caicos with excitement. Rent a boat for snorkeling, scuba diving, jet ski, parasailing, fishing, stand up paddleboarding, sea scooter, and Hobie cat sailing. Engaging in watersports is undoubtedly the best way to praise the crystalline water in Turks and Caicos.