Seven Stars Resort, located on the island of Providenciales, Turks and Caicos, is offering clients romantic and adventurous sailings aboard its newly acquired, 29-foot World Cat, named Lady Tamara.
With this latest addition to the resort’s varied activities and offerings, Seven Stars will provide clients with daily excursion options including sunset cruises, snorkeling and more, right from its very own shores.
Offering nightly Sunset Cruise excursions, couples can set sail aboard Lady Tamara to enjoy a scenic sailing trip as they watch the sun dip into the horizon along the waters of Grace Bay.
For those seeking a Caribbean adventure Seven Stars Resort is offering a Half-Day Adventure Cruise that sails east of Providenciales to Little Water Cay, Half Moon Bay and Leeward Island. The neighboring Cays feature such activities as iguana identification, sand dollar collecting, hidden treasure hunts at the sunken canyons and snorkeling. Half-Day Adventure Cruises accommodate up to eight guests and include a refreshing rum punch, as well as a variety of beverages and gourmet snacks.
Seven Stars’ Beach Getaway Cruise gives clients the opportunity to enjoy an idyllic retreat on the private island of Half Moon Bay. The resort provides the beach chairs, umbrella and food and beverages for half- or full-day excursions. Drop-off and pickup times vary depending on the guest preference for either the half or full-day outing.
Lady Tamara will take up to eight passengers on a private excursion to experience the history and lore of 17th and 18th century Spanish pirates who once sailed their ships in search of treasure throughout the area. The full-day Mangrove and Pirate Adventure Cruise sails to the southwest tip of Providenciales to Split Rock. Once docked, a scenic walk through the secluded mangroves takes clients back in time as they feast on a specially-prepared gourmet picnic. Private excursions are also available.
Seven Stars’ Snorkel Safari takes the fun to the sea for a chance to explore the area’s water. The excursion begins with a 45-minute boat ride to French Cay, an area off of Southern Providenciales. Passengers are encouraged to bring binoculars since French Cay is known for bird watching. Food and beverages, as well as all necessary snorkeling equipment, are included.
The island of West Caicos is an ideal day-long getaway for families with children of all ages. Seven Stars’ West Caicos Adventure takes passengers on a sailing tour through the ruins of Yankee Town, where the vestiges of an 18th century community remain. From cliff diving, to snorkeling in the calm waters that boast some of the island’s most colorful and active reefs, this adventure aims to leave guests in awe.