We’re now mid-way through Pirates Week 2012, we’ve had the Fireworks and Pirates Landing but there are plenty of events still going on. What a perfect way to compliment your Pirates Week than to top it off with your own private boat charter so your motley crew of scally wags can capture the booty all on your own! We can’t promise Captain Jack Sparrow, but our Captains would be happy to show you a good time, and where to find the good rum!
The weather is now PERFECT for boating, and there are plenty of Pirates Week events still to come. We’re still running specials for November, so if you still fancy a visit to Stingray City, Starfish Point, or perhaps to enjoy one of the Pirates Week events by boat, please contact us!
For a complete list of Cayman Islands Pirates Week 2012 activities visit the official site: http://www.piratesweekfestival.com/
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We took both of our boats out for our first charter, a local corporate group of 13. Guests enjoyed nibbles and happy hour beverages at Starfish Point, before taking a slow sunset cruise home. Call us now to book your next staff team-building event or perhaps take your clients out on the boat!
Got ourselves some fancy new shirts! Shout out to Cayman Print Works (thanks Richie)! We’ve had such good feed-back on these we’re busy working on having some printed for retail. Watch this space…
We had an awesome day on the water yesterday with the talented Amanda Nicholls www.amandanicholls.com playing with stingrays, hanging out on the Sandbar and just plain having fun on the boats. Is this really work?!
We’ve been seeing a lot of this guy – a lone Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin. He’s been making waves in the press lately for his slightly amorous behaviour. charterCAYMAN fully supports the Department of Environment’s stance that people should not interact with wild dolphins, and we certainly don’t condone feeding him. But secretly, we’re pretty stoked each and every time we see him. Let’s face it, it’s pretty rare to see dolphins in Cayman. We hope that DofE can come up with a solution for Stinky that is good for Cayman and good for Stinky,