Come seek the green flash on a St. Lucia sunset tour. You might find it in the eyes of that special someone or toward the horizon as the sun sets.
COVID-19 SAFE PRACTICES
We are committed to caring for the health and well-being of our employees and customers and playing a constructive role in supporting local health officials and government leaders. We are sanitizing our Office, Vessels and other Equipment regularly with the latest technology, including the use of Electrostatic Cleaning Machines.
We also have sanitizer and hand washing available during your time with us. All surfaces are sanitized regularly so that guests can feel as comfortable as possible and enjoy their time cruising along the St. Lucia coast line!
WELCOME TO SEA SPRAY CRUISES
There are so many exciting things to do in St. Lucia, and Sea Spray Cruises offers them all! Choose your style of adventure – by sea or by land and sea – with a variety of tour options onboard one of our stable and spacious catamarans
Sail the west coast, learn about the island, visit a volcano, cocoa farm, and more. Or, do optional activities like ziplining and horseback riding.
- 8.5 hours Duration 8.5 hours
- 8:30 a.m. Departure Time 8:30 a.m.
OTHER AMAZING CRUISES & EXCURSIONS
This cruise is a great way for cruise ship passengers to get the most of their short stay in St. Lucia. Waterfalls, volcanoes and mud baths included!
Hackshaw’s Boat Charters St. Lucia provide excellent boating experience in St. Lucia, offering sports fishing, whale watching, bottom fishing, party cruises, snorkeling, weddings at sea, private tours, etc.
BY LAND AND BY SEA
Sea Spray Cruises is one of the leading providers of tours in St. Lucia, offering a wide selection of sailing excursions. Our fleet consists of three large catamarans and a number of smaller speedboats. Our tours in St. Lucia encompass everything that the island has to offer, from the majestic twin Pitons to the Sulphur Springs (the world’s only drive-in volcano), the stunning scenery of Marigot Bay to the enchanting Toraille waterfalls and botanical gardens, and the Morne Coubaril 18th-century cocoa plantation.