Famous Vincent's Glass Bottom Boat Review - Make Unforgettable Memories

Morning Cuisue around the Reef

My first trip to Negril and we stayed at the lovely Spa Retreat Boutique Resort. I asked the front desk what is the best snorkeling boat day trip and they hooked me up with Famous Vincent's Glass Bottom Boat.

I love snorkeling and experiencing all the colorful sea life the Caribbean has to offer. Famous Vincent's Glass Bottom Boat picks you up by boat right at your Negril Hotel beach or dock and whisks you off on a wonderful adventure.  

The Famous Vincent

The glass bottom boats holds up to 16 people we had around a dozen tourists on our boat from all around the globe. The 20 minute boat ride gives you a great look at the Cliffs and caves of Negril and many of the other hotels and restaurants. Vincent and his staff are very friendly and give you an oral history of the area as your boat heads to the reef.

Unique Looking Reef Fish

Finally we arrive at a private island for a fabulous grilled lobster and Red Stripe beer lunch, for those that don't want to snorkel they can just enjoy the island. The rest of us took off on the boat for a 45 minute snorkel around a vibrant coral reef just minutes away from the island. 

Lawrence Davis with the Fish

Vincent dives in the water and personally leads the snorkel group and shows you the best of the reef. Including a 200 year old cannon and anchor sitting in 6 feet of water in which you can dive down and take photos with. All this fun will have you thinking of pirates and the British fighting over Jamaica 300 hundred years ago. Port Royal Jamaica after all was one of the most notorious pirate ports in history.  

Lawrence Davis Selfie while Snorkeling

Vincent handed me bread to feed the fish which brought them in close making for great underwater photos. Hundreds of colorful tropical fish, purple sea fans, and lots of coral. I had never seen these beautiful local piper fish which swim right at the surface edge and are yellow and white with a thick body but a long thin spear at nose end giving them their name. 

Feed them Fish Food

There were many Sargent Majors, and a few large beautiful Angel fish and colorful Tangs as well. Vincent often dives down to pick up shells and other objects for the snorkel group to handle up close and photograph before returning them to the bottom. For a water lover this makes for a perfect afternoon. 

I suggest you buy a digital underwater camera and make some unforgettable memories above water and below. For More Information contact the Famous Vincent   phone 876-473-6910




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