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Catamaran tours?? Riviera Maya

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#1 TLGnhci

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    Posted 11 October 2010 - 11:14 AM

    Hi ladies,


    Did any of you married gals take your guests on a catamaran tour?  We are considering doing something like this for either a welcome dinner, a tour/group activity, or even maybe the reception.  {B2B's feedback welcome as well!! :o)}


    Just wondering if anyone had been on one, and if it was recommended. 


    Thank you!!

    #2 arkae

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      Posted 13 October 2010 - 11:42 AM

      Was anyone able to give you any feedback on this? We're also interested in organizing this for our guests one night :)

      #3 TLGnhci

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        Posted 13 October 2010 - 12:00 PM

        I haven't heard anything from the girls on here, but I have researched a little and have found that Paradise Catamarans has some great reviews.  How big is your wedding?  Ours is right on the border, at 50 guests, as that's their max. 


        I can't decide if I would want the snorkel excursion, just a boat ride, a booze cruise or what though.  I guess I don't want the sit down dinner b/c we are hosting a private reception. 

        #4 Norma83

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          Posted 13 October 2010 - 12:07 PM



          I have not had my wedding yet nor have I considered doing this for my wedding BUT I have been on a Catamaran tour.  I do recommend the tour for anyone interested.  We went to Playa del Carmen this summer and decided to go on a tour.  We had never done the Catamaran and our tour guy said that we should try it out.  It was actually really nice and relaxing.  The tour is called Catamaya.  It was a really nice way to spend half a day.  The tour included lunch and snorkeling.  The lunch was very good, I have to say.  We had an option of New York Strip Steak, Lobster Tail, or Hamburgers.  We had the steak and it was very good.  The sides were pretty good as well.  Oh and you can have all the drinks you want!  The staff was very entertaining and always made sure you were ok and having fun.  I can't remember how much we spent per person but we thought it was worth it. 


          I hope this helps!

          #5 QuintanaV

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            Posted 12 February 2012 - 08:41 PM

            Hadn't thought of this idea before, but sounds pretty amazing. Anyone have any information on catamaran tours for groups?

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