Private charters

  • Design your own tour with our experienced team
  • We tailor-make an itinerary for you
  • Private snorkeling experiences with all attention on you
  • Open bar and fresh ceviche always included
  • No flat fees, rates depends on group size and charter length
  • Rates starts from 130 USD/hour (covering up to 4 ppl),
    then it is 70-100 USD per additional guest depending on the amount of hours.

Meeting point: The Palapa Bar dock, San Pedro, Ambergris Caye
from 3 to 9 hours


  • Rum Punch
  • Panty Rippers (based on coconut rum and pineapple juice)
  • Local rum (dark, white and coconut)*
  • Local vodka*
  • Local gin*
  • Soft drinks: Coca Cola, Coca Cola Light, Sprite, Fanta (orange, fruit punch, ginger, grapefruit, tonic and soda water).
  • Juices: Orange, pineapple, lime and fruit punch.
  • Water
*All from the popular Cuello's Distillery served at bars/restaurants all over the country.
Guests are allowed to bring additional beverages on-board.
We can also purchase them for you with advance notice.


Our ceviche is prepared fresh on-board just before serving. It contains fish, shrimp/conch (seasonal), onions, sweet peppers, tomatoes and coriander marinated in lime juice and a mix of spices. This is served with locally-made tortilla chips.
If you don’t think everyone in your group would like ceviche (children, vegetarians, allergies etc), just let us know.


***PLEASE NOTICE. Being on a set route with an itinerary to fulfil we always must use the engine, with different potential depending on the timing and if we can also use sail-power. We don’t always use the sail, depending on the route, the wind conditions and various other factors.
**Using only sail and no engine, we’d just be able to go in one direction according to the wind and if we have the wind against us, this often will force us to go in zig-zag. This is not possible inside of the barrier reef due to restricted space, shallow waters, rocks and other obstacles (all our day tours and charters with no exceptions are made inside of the barrier reef) and regardless of the wind direction, using only sail of course also makes it impossible to assure guarantee and control the speed the way you can with engine use.. This of course causes a delay of the activities, or better said, we wouldn’t have enough time for the activities and couldn’t guarantee an itinerary within a time-frame – it is very important to let us know in advance if you want to be sailing without engine power since this restricts the itinerary significantly, but is not impossible for part of the charter knowing this request in advance.
*We only use the main sail on the tours. The jib sail is not opened for several reasons: more than anything it is a safety prevention, since wind gusts can make the lines move and hit somebody and the sail can be experienced as being “in the way” of guests being seated comfortably. Especially when mixing alcohol into the picture we always take our guests safety first and that is an important reason why the main sail is the one being used.

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Hol Chan is Mayan for "little channel" and is a natural break in the reef, which has always been a very productive fishing area with abundant marine life. It is open to the sea beyond the reef, so allows marine creatures to travel from the outside of the reef to the inside and vice versa. It became the first marine reserve in the entire country of Belize back in 1987 and this have led to the species to re-generate and the corals of growing unharmed. This snorkeling area has the greatest variety of marine life and coral, compared to being an "underwater zoo" - you have the chance to see all kinds of corals, fishes and even sea turtles! Over 160 species of fish and forty types of coral have been recorded in the area.


The story behind Shark Ray Alley is that in all times, due to its position close to the channel to go outside the protecting barrier reef for fishing, it was the point where the local fishermen came in with their catch and started cleaning it - throwing the head, etc into the water. This converted it a natural habit for the marine life such as nurse sharks and sting-rays that associate the sound of an engine to food. The water is shallow and transparent and you will see the nurse-sharks and sting-rays on the surface, meaning that even if you don't get in to the water you can enjoy it from the boat as well! The stop here normally doesn't exceed the 20 minutes, since the nurse-sharks and sting-rays eventually swims away.


Caye Caulker is the island closest to Ambergris Caye, the locals call it their "sister island". This is just how you imagine an authentic Caribbean island to be and a nice contrast to the more developed Ambergris Caye. Caye Caulker was uninhabited until the middle of the nineteenth century, when a small number of the refugees fleeing civil war on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula ended up there, started planting coconuts and developed a profitable fishing industry. Since the 1960's tourism has slowly grown on the island, but it has still kept its quite laid-back atmosphere, with the motto "Go Slow". The "road" around Caye Caulker is only made of sand and is lined with swaying palm trees, souvenir shops and local jewellery shops. A high-light to visit is the famous "Split" and the bar Lazy Lizard, the most popular place both for locals and visitors to hang out for a drink and a swim. The Split started off as a channel which was widened by Hurricane Hattie in 1961, but back then it was actually just about a foot or so deep. The islanders then dug by hand to widen the channel to allow small boats to pass through. Over the years tidal forces took over and created the 65 feet (aprox. 20 meters) channel that is now today's Split.


A little island on the Western side of Ambergris Caye that can only be reached by boat and not all boats - we can almost drive the catamaran up on the beach and this is a high advantage we have, only drafting 2 feet. It’s a nice quiet piece of paradise where our crew could serve our famous Belizean buffet for you on the beach, while you can enjoy the shallow water. *Note that sea-fleas can (sometimes) be present in shallow waters.


Mexico Rocks is an area of huge coral heads scattered all over this snorkeling spot - making it look like a Mexican sombrero, as some say the name comes from. Common creatures like angelfish, butterfly fish, groupers, snappers, file fish, grunts can be seen swimming along these formations as well as a casual loggerhead turtle. Since Mexico Rocks became a part of the protected Hol Chan Marine Reserve in November 2015, it’s getting fame for its prominent amount of marine life, and the large coral formations has been flourishing.


South of Mexico Rocks closer to town is Tres Cocos, a small concentration of marine life along the reef where a large amount of fish can be seen. You can encounter a large population of Elk Horn corals, Lettuce Coral, Brain Coral, Sergeant Majors, Angel Fish, Damselfish, Fairy Basslet, Hawks-bill Turtles and occasional Green Turtles just to name a few. This area is an entrance for large reef fish that usually lurk around these areas in search for food.


This is an exclusive stop that only we make - we have the advantage of only drafting 2 feet which makes it possible to anchor in such shallow water, and we are also blessed with a Captain that know the spots where nobody else goes. This is a shallow area just by the reef and except from spectacular views it is also a unique setting and a refreshing break. The water is only 4-5 feet deep.

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Our vision is to let you design your own tour, there are plenty of itineraries to choose from!
First you have to decide if you want to go South or North, as our stops all need to be in the same direction.
South is Hol Chan and Shark Ray Alley as well as two other highlighted snorkel options, Coral Gardens and the North Channel. There are also more snorkel sites.
We can stop on the island Caye Caulker or at a desert beach.
On Caye Caulker there are two possible stops – the village to explore the island and a beach area called Koko King.
You can enjoy our famous Belizean buffet onboard, or eat at a restaurant on the island.

Another options with the same possible snorkel stops, is to stop at a desert beach on the West side of Ambergris Caye, instead of visiting Caye Caulker.
There’s no restaurant, but we can serve our famous Belizean buffet on the beach.

North, we have highlighted Mexico Rocks, Tres Cocos and the natural pool. There are also more snorkel sites.
You can enjoy our famous Belizean buffet onboard, we can serve it on the beach or you can eat a restaurant along the coast.

The sunset occurs West of Ambergris Caye, the opposite side to our route. On the South itineraries, we time our return to see the sunset on the way back, over the water with nothing in its way. On the North itineraries, there is no possibility to see the sunset.
For groups with maximum 6 guests, one of the snorkel stops can also be exchanged for reef fishing - trolling and casting rods, mostly catch and release, for fun!
On the itinerary options with the Belizean buffet included, this is because there is not enough amount of time to have lunch at a restaurant. On the desert beach, there is nowhere to buy anything, but we can serve up the buffet for you at a table on the beach.

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4 or 5 hours
Hol Chan, Shark Ray Alley and sunset
Coral Gardens and sunset

6 hours
Hol Chan, Shark Ray Alley, Coral Gardens and sunset
Coral Gardens, North Channel and sunset

7 hours
Hol Chan, Shark Ray Alley, Belizean buffet, Caye Caulker and sunset
Hol Chan, Shark Ray Alley, Belizean buffet, desert beach and sunset

8 hours
Hol Chan, Shark Ray Alley, Belizean Buffet, Caye Caulker, Coral Gardens and sunset
Coral Gardens, North Channel, Belizean buffet, Caye Caulker and sunset
Hol Chan, Shark Ray Alley, lunch on Caye Caulker and sunset
Coral Gardens, lunch on Caye Caulker and sunset
Hol Chan, Shark Ray Alley, Belizean buffet, desert beach and sunset
Coral Gardens, North Channel, Belizean buffet, desert beach and sunset

9 hours
Hol Chan, Shark Ray Alley, Coral Gardens, Belizean buffet, North Channel, Caye Caulker and sunset
Hol Chan, Shark Ray Alley, Coral Gardens, lunch on Caye Caulker and sunset
Coral Gardens, North Channel, lunch on Caye Caulker and sunset
Hol Chan, Shark Ray Alley, Coral Gardens, Belizean buffet, desert beach and sunset
Coral Gardens, North Channel, Belizean buffet, desert beach and sunset

4 hours
Mexico Rocks
natural pool
Tres Cocos

5 hours
Mexico Rocks and Tres Cocos
Mexico Rocks and natural pool

6 hours
Mexico Rocks, Tres Cocos and natural pool

7 hours
Mexico Rocks, Tres Cocos, natural pool, short break on shore

8 hours
Mexico Rocks, Tres Cocos, natural pool, break on shore

9 hours
Mexico Rocks, Tres Cocos, natural pool, lunch on shore


  • BBQ fish (comes with veggies and our Captain's secret sauce)
  • stewed chicken
  • rice & beans
  • flour tortillas
  • coleslaw
  • "pico de gallo" (tomato, onion, cilantro and chili in lime juice)
  • fried sweet plantain
20 USD per person.

*Premium* - 25 USD per person - also includes:
  • corn on the cob
  • your choice of 2 skewers: shrimp, beef or mushroom

  • The menu can be adapted to allergies, dietary restrictions and vegetarians/vegans.
    Everything is home-made by our chef. If you would like to add/remove/change anything, please just let us know.
    You can also choose to have lunch at a restaurant on Caye Caulker (charters with minimum 8 hours).


    We provide an extensive wine list from the islands wine boutique.
    Just pick your favorite and we take care of everything (payment, pick-up etc).


    Perfect for any celebration!
    We introduce you so that you can make the order personally, but we take care of everything (payment, pick-up etc)


    Would you like extra attention during the snorkeling? Special assistance on the charter for elderly or children?
    The reason really doesn't matter - but we offer this special service of bringing an extra tour guide on-board!
    According to Belizean law, two tour guides are always required with more than 9 people on-board, but we can bring one even for 2 people (or bring a third one, if you are a larger group). This service is 40 to 80 USD depending on the length of your tour.

    Anything else that comes to your mind that would make the day extra special, just ask us!

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