Snorkeling Trips to Little Bay
Little Bay is your own private beach with spectacular views and a wide variety of sea-life including turtles, parrotfish, stingrays, garden eels and other tropical fish. Plunge 20 feet into crystal clear waters from Little Bays famous jumping rock if you dare! Be sure to bring your camera to capture these amazing images and preserve this memorable experience. CéBlue provides fins, masks and snorkel gear. Rum punch, beer and soft drinks are included.
Deep Sea Fishing Trips
CéBlue provides an array of services including deep sea fishing charters. The boat keeps the catch, so look out for Mahi Mahi, Tuna, and Wahoo! We offer a complimentary gourmet dinner at the Blue Bar with the catch for each person on the boat. Rum punch, beer and soft drinks are included.
Day Trip to Prickly Pear Island
The Cays are located six miles north of Road Bay in Anguilla in the Leewards Islands. Once you pass between the two cays on the north side, you’ll be treated to a long, beautiful white sandy beach and to the turquoise waters of the bay where you can snorkel amongst the coral reefs.
Day Trip to Sandy Island
Sandy Island is located only a few miles offshore from Sandy Ground Beach, the site of the island’s main harbor and port for cruises. It’s a short boat ride to this oasis ringed by a white sand beach facing turquoise waters that are perfect for swimming and snorkeling. Around the reef are numerous colorful tropical fish, including sergeant majors with their yellow and black stripes, neon tang, and sea urchins. Sandy Island proudly offers the widest lunch menu of all offshore cays around Anguilla.
Water Sport Adventure Rides in Crocus Bay
A multi function tube with something for everyone! Guests can ride the exciting 4-person Super Mable Tube and enjoy the adrenalin pumping ride as the tube races across the glassy-calm, turquoise seas and jumps the wake. A great water sport combination suitable for kids and adults.
Wakeboarding in Crocus Bay
A combination of snowboarding, warterskiing and skateboarding! Wakeboarding is a sport where the rider is towed behind a boat while strapped onto a board that looks a lot like a snowboard. If you can waterski, you will pick up wakeboarding easily.