Belize: Amazing Sailing, the Blue Hole, Vibrant Reefs

Amazing reefs and ancient Mayan cities are all part of this amazing adventure in South America. April 29-May 7

July 20, 2010

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The Great Blue hole is a famous underwater sinkhole off the coast of Belize. Tony Rath /

The great barrier reef of Belize is like a huge arm reaching out from the mainland to embrace scores of pristine islands. Once inside the reef’s protection, seas are flat, the trade winds steady, the water pristine, and the coral and fish a kaleidoscope! Join us aboard Sunsail 38-foot cats and Moorings 41 monohulls on a seven-day charter among these quiet islands with powdery beaches and swaying palms. As an exclusive treat, we’ll visit the famous Blue Hole, a seemingly bottomless lagoon formed during the glacial period. Jacques Cousteau declared it, with its unusual sea life, stalactites, and stalagmites, to be one of the most astounding dive and snorkeling sites on Earth. Our voyage includes a welcome cocktail party, split provisions, a lead boat with a local skipper, and CW partners Peter and Carol King.

As a special add-on (April 27-29), visit with a private guide the stunning ancient Mayan city of Tikal, one of the most impressive archeological sites in the world. Plus you’ll go on a never-to-be-forgotten cave-rafting experience.

April 29-May 7


$2,150 per person, sharing

For more information:
King Yacht Charters
(800) 521-7552


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