More Info & FAQs

Do you book private charters?


Yes. We do book private charters. We can also customize a private tour to your specifications. Email us at to receive a quote. Please provide the following information:

  • Name

  • Phone Number

  • Travel Dates

  • Number of Guests

  • Catering Requirements

  • Type of tour and length of tour you are interested in.

What is your cancellation policy?

Cancel for any reason up to 24 hours in advance.

How long is the Sail & Snorkel tour?

4 Hours

How long is the Sail to Famous Rose Island tour?


4 hours

Where do guests meet for tour departure?

FOR CRUISE GUESTS: Meet at the cruise terminal exit and look for someone holding a sign that says "Nassau Sailing Cruise Excursion," you will be escorted to the boat.  Make sure to come all the way out of the cruise terminal, there are two sets of exits. We ask all guests to please plan to be at the designated departure location at least 15 minutes before departure time.

FOR HOTEL GUESTS: Your tour departs from the Ferry terminal at Paradise Island. Located in Slip #7 directly behind the Margaritaville restaurant. A Seahorse Sailing staff person will be there to assist you with your check in. We ask all hotel guests to please plan to be at the designated departure location at least 30 minutes before tour time. Please be aware that HOTEL GUESTS leave from the Ferry Terminal dock 15 minutes prior to the TOUR TIME listed above and that there is a second stop and pick-up point for Cruise Ship Guests. This is the final departure point and marks the beginning of your tour. For assistance, please call your local contact.

What if my cruise boat is expected to arrive near the same time the tour starts?

We ask that you provide the cruise boat you are arriving on and we track the schedules to understand when boats are arriving.  Unless there is a significant delay with your boat this will not be a problem (and if there are no other guests coming on the tour we will try to be flexible even with significant delays).

Where do you take the guests for the Sail & Snorkel tour?

Sea Garden just off Athol Island

Where do you take the guests for the Sail to Famous Rose Island tour?

A beach on the shore of Rose Island

How much time do we get to Snorkel?

Depending on how long it takes to reach the snorkel location, guests can prepare for a 45 to 60 minutes snorkel adventure.


What are the departure times of your tours?

Our tours depart at 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM. Please select the Book Online button at the top of this page to view tour dates and availability.

Are service animals allowed on the tour?

For the safety and comfort of our guests and our fury friends we do not allow any animals on the tour.

What should I bring?

  • Swimwear

  • Towel

  • Sunscreen

  • Hat

  • Camera

  • Underwater Camera

  • Sense of adventure

  • Common Courtesy to your fellow passengers

How big is the sailboat?

The sailboat is a magnificent Catalina 27 (27 feet in length).  Customers can sit anywhere on the boat they would like including the covered sharded seating area, up on top of the deck in the front, or down below in the cabin.  Plenty of room for everyone!



Are there bathrooms?

Yes. it has a bathroom.

Will I be able to sit in the shade?

Yes, we have a covered shaded seating area.

Why choose Nassau Sailing:

This is by far the most intimate experience in Nassau.  You likely are surrounded by large crowds throughout your trip, but when you step aboard you will be in a small group and you can sit back and relax.  Your safety is the primary concern of the crew. Our friendly and experienced Bahamian crew are there to ensure your safety and enjoyment is unmatched throughout your time with us.

What if I usually get seasick on a boat:

We understand that not everyone is made out to be a sailor, however the waters in and around Nassau are very protected. Our experience has shown that any queasiness that you may have initially quickly gives way to the excitement of sailing on Nassau Harbor.

We always have the safety of our passengers and crew at heart so if we deem that on the odd occasion that it is too rough to go out, we will cancel. We leave it to the discretion of the captain regarding the weather once we leave the dock.