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Exuma Powerboat Adventure

  • Explore some of the lesser-known Bahamian islands during this boat tour
  • Save money on drinks with an open bar on board
  • Feed endangered iguanas under the close supervision of a guide (optional)
Exuma Powerboat Adventure
From US$235.43
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Exuma Powerboat Adventure
From US$235.43
See more of the Bahamas on this all-inclusive powerboat adventure from Nassau. Meet and feed the iguanas at Allen's Cay, and snorkel and explore Ship Channel Cay, a private island in the Exuma chain where you can feed stingrays and sharks with your guide. No detail is overlooked: the tour includes a full lunch with freshly made Bahamian conch salad, an open bar, and hotel pickup and drop-off.
What to Expect

Your Bahamas boat tour starts with pickup from your Nassau hotel. From there, your guide takes you to the marina to board a powerboat for the day.

On the water, your guide takes you to Allen's Cay, where you can see endangered iguanas and feed them under supervision. Your second stop will be at the private Ship Channel Cay, where you can decide to spend time snorkeling (equipment provided) or strolling the shores. If you choose to snorkel out to the reef to see the fish, you can feed the local stingrays and sharks with your guide.

While on Ship Channel Cay, enjoy an open bar and a provided lunch, which includes dishes such as island grouper, salads, bread, tropical fruits, and grilled steak. Watch Bahamian conch salad get made, and then try it yourself.

Your Bahamas powerboat tour ends with a ride back to your Nassau hotel.

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1 - 5 of 101 reviews

Reviewed yesterday
Overrated and guides are too controlling.

I booked this trip for myself, my daughter, her boyfriend and my girlfriend while we were in Nassau for a week in June. The website description is quite misleading and as a result I cannot recommend this excursion. First of all, transportation from the condo...More

Thank Bryce W
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Nice tour but disappointed about the swimming pigs

We have enjoyed the day tour but we were a little bit disappointed about the swimming pigs. These are not the original ones. There are only 4 pigs and you can feed them for about 20 minutes. After that they will be locked up again..Besides...More

Thank Linn_dj
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I recently visited the powerboat adventures and it was worth every penny! The friendly crew went above and beyond to make us feel welcomed and treated us like family! There was never a dull moment in the entire experience! The crew took the time to...More

1  Thank tatianevar
Reviewed 5 days ago

Paid for the trip after checking availability, then received an email saying they didn’t have availability until 2 days later. After I leave. Now I’m unable to access my money I paid waiting for a refund and other companies are booked. I specifically came to...More

1  Thank Kimberly Z
Powerboat A, Manager at Powerboat Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded 2 days ago

Hello! We are so sorry to hear you could not get on our trip. Did you book this through viator? Sometimes when booking with a travel agency like them or expedia they tend to charge your card before getting confirmation from us that we have...More

Reviewed 5 days ago
Great trip to Exuma!

Overall, this is a can't miss. The crystal clear blue waters, iguanas, wild sting rays and sharks. The boat ride was smooth and the staff friendly. Buffet lunch was amazing. We would definitely do this trip again and are even considering coming back to stay...More

Thank Katie S
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14 June 2018|
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Response from Heydy M | Reviewed this property |
I know what you're talking about. The swing thats overr the water, no this tour doesnt include that :(
30 May 2018|
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Response from SIDESHOW346 | Reviewed this property |
They are usually gone after being fed, but like the previous reply, some may still be lingering, but they seemed harmless. I saw two as we were snorkeling