Sailing & Boating
Sailing excursions are another popular way to enjoy the islands. Char-
ters, sunset cruises, booze cruises, rollicking “pirate” cruises, and more are
offered to entertain vacationers, especially on Grand Cayman. Do-it-
yourselfers will find plenty of smaller watercraft: ocean kayaks, Sunfish,
Hobie Cats, WaveRunners, and more. Sailors can contact the Grand
Cayman Sailing Club (Box 30513 SMB, Grand Cayman, BWI,
4383 or 947-7913) for information on sailing programs.
Rental prices vary, but expect to pay anywhere from $25 to $125
an hour, depending on the type of craft. These listings are on
Cayman Islands Sailing Club .............
Cayman Windsurfing ....................
Red Sail Sports .........................
or 345-945-5965, www.redsail.com
Unlike other Caribbean islands, such as St. Martin, Antigua, and the Vir-
gin Islands, the Cayman Islands do not offer bareboat charters or crewed
yachts. In fact, the islands have only limited yachting facilities. The
Cayman Islands Yacht Club (PO Box 30985 SMB, Grand Cayman,
345-945-4322, fax 345-4432, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org) has 152 slips.
It offers berthing facilities, fuel, electricity, and water hook-ups for craft up
to 70 feet. No laundry, store, restaurant, or other amenities are available
at this North Sound marina.
The Harbour House Boatyard and Marina (PO Box 10550 AP, Grand
345-947-1307, fax 947-6093, e-mail hhmroger@cand-
w.ky) provides dockage, a small boat slipway, small and large boat storage,
and more. This is a working dockyard. The marina is located on Marina
Drive at Prospect Park.
Sailors can contact the Grand Cayman Sailing Club (PO Box 30513
SMB, Grand Cayman, BWI,
345-945-4383 or 947-7913) for more infor-
mation on sailing programs.