No holiday in Barbados is complete without a lunch or dinner cruise aboard the M/V Harbour Master. It is a roomy, ... More
Harbour Master Cruises
No holiday in Barbados is complete without a lunch or dinner cruise aboard the M/V Harbour Master. It is a roomy, one-of-a-kind party boat, designed to carry passengers comfortably while they dine, dance and drink. During the lunch cruise, you will sail along the western coastline and stop to swim or snorkel at a secluded beach. The evening entertainment includes floorshows, bands and DJs. The onboard chef prepares sumptuous buffets for lunch and dinner. Stop by the Harbour Master souvenir shop at the end of your journey.
This 4 hour cruise MUST be on your agenda. I was pleasantly surprised by the entertainment on board -- it was fabulous! The music was enjoyable and everyone had tons of fun. The food was absolutely delicious and the sight-seeing breath-taking. We stopped at a lovely beach and had a wonderful time swimming. Others took the opportunity to go snorkling and diving. This must be the best entertinment package I have ever witnessed on the island.
We had a ball, young and old! My 55 year old mother in-law rocked the boat while my 8 year old danced the day away. The food was delicious and the spirits were flowing!
I will be returning to Barbados again for Christmas and I will take a nother cruise.
We chose the Harbor Master so that we would be able to enjoy the fun party atmosphere and use the submarine that was advertised all over every brochure and the internet site that they had attached to the ship. When we arrived for the cruise we knew we would have to pay "a small fee" to use the submarine room and asked about it prior to paying - we wanted to make sure we weren't missing our opportunity. We were assured that that would be taken care of aboard the ship. As we entered we asked AGAIN and were told that it was downstairs - just have a drink for now. They were very liberal with the drinks (very careful with food - make sure you only use one plate!) but very liberal with the alcohol. After sailing we asked again - to be informed that it doesn't work anymore and hadn't for a while.
We enjoyed snorkeling and the slide - for the short time it was open. We didn't feel that they had the artisan demonstrations or the cooking lessons as much as - people that will bug you to buy things as you watch the waterfront. The scenery was beautiful! They tried very hard to have a party atmosphere which meant they got some people drunk and spent as much time with the drunk girls as they could.
We have done the Old Years Night cruise with this company a couple of times and will again this year . Plenty of food and drink (ALL INC)great atmosphere ,crowd and band .
They take you to the west coast and you see all the firework displays from the hotels along the beach . FABULOUS
We did did the evening dinner cruise in November 2005 and had a great time. The food was delicious and the entertainment was great. My husband even won a shirt in the limbo contest and he got to dance with the lovely ladies, which he really enjoyed. This was a fantastic cruise and I would recommend it to others.