What time do we meet and where?
Please arrive at Los Muertos Pier, near the end by the sail sculpture, by 9:30am and check in with either Tamale or Sugarbaker. We will take your temperature and give you a wristband.
What should I bring with me on the yacht?
The only thing you will need to bring with you is the balance due per passenger ($1000MX), cash to tip the crew (typically $300-500 pesos), sunscreen, swimwear, and a kaftan if you so choose! The yacht provides everything else including towels, water toys, snorkel gear, and all food and drinks.
What safety protocols are in place?
On Tamale's Tours we strive to put safety first with our guests. We will be taking everyone's temperature before boarding and using hand sanitizer. The yacht is thoroughly disinfected every morning and the crew will go around and clean and disinfect all surfaces during the cruise. Masks are required on the pier at all times.
How long is the cruise?
We meet at the pier at 9:30am. Board the yacht around 10:00am. We will arrive back at the pier by 5:00pm
What activities will be provided on the yacht?
The yacht comes with all of the water toys you could need. Paddle boards, Kayaks, snorkel gear and masks, a giant lily pad, and a dinghy to go tubing. We will make a stop to go snorkeling at Los Arcos (if it is too crowded, we will take everyone to another nice snorkel spot down the coast). We will also anchor just off the beach for a few hours of ocean recreation where you can choose to say on board, or go to shore and play on the beach. Winter and spring months are great for whale watching too!
What happens if it rains?
The weather in Puerto Vallarta in the winter and spring months tends to be sunny and warm with little rain. Having said that, occasional showers do happen. This does not interfere with the fun to be had on the bay so don't let that worry you. If we need to cancel the cruise due to high seas or severe storms, we will issue a full refund.
Questions not answered?
Send us a message on our contact page and ask us anything!