ZunZun Sailing Introduces Caribbean Yacht Spa Trips

Cruise ships docked in St Thomas in the US Virgin Islands
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ZunZun Sailing Adventures announced it will begin offering the opportunity to combine its massage offerings with a trip on the open water. Caribbean Sailing Excursions provides access to spa services while guests spend three to ten nights sailing on the company’s Virgin Islands-based catamaran yacht.

The company offers yacht services as well as a floating massage spa. The new Caribbean Sailing Excursions takes these two services and creates a unique experience for guests looking for the best of both worlds.

While aboard the boat, passengers will be able to choose from a variety of offerings, including therapeutic pain relief, Swedish relaxation massages, reflexology, body-wraps and more. The treatments generally use local and all-natural products. Guests aboard ZunZun Sailing’s yachts will also receive access to a variety of watersports activities.

Travelers with less time can also choose to embark on day sails from St. Thomas or St. John, United States Virgin Islands. These trips include full-day, half-day and sunset cruise options. While sailing, guests will have access to snorkeling equipment, floats, a barbeque lunch, unlimited beverages and more.

ZunZun Sailing Yacht & Floating Spa generally docks at Secret Harbor on St. Thomas but also visits different bays around the islands. ZunZun Sailing’s parent company possesses 40 years of experiences in the spa industry, as well as 24 in the charter business.

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