Ship's Tour (5 Hours ... 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM) The price included lunch, unlimited drinks (rum punch, wine, beer, Cokes, etc.), and snorkel equipment.
"High Tme", a sailing catamaran, picked us up a short walk from where our ship was docked. A man on the cat crew told me it could take 65 but they limited it to about half that when taking out cruise ship passengers. There were 31 on our sailing so there was lots of room to move around and plenty of places to sit both in the sun and shade.
Caribbean music was playing and freshly cut fruit was served on our sail to Flamingo Bay for the snorkel stop.
As soon as those who wanted to snorkel or swim were off, the bar was open. There were NO diet drinks so we had a good excuse to begin drinking beer! If I'd started drinking wine at 10:30 AM, I'd have been drunk as a cooter-bug before we got back.
A early lunch was out and ready by the time the snorkelers returned. While simple, everything tasted very good -- chicken, potato salad, etc. ... and no one got sick from eating it.
Next was the beach stop for just over two hours. Beach chairs could be rented (lounge $5 ea. - straight $3 ea.). DH likes the straight ones better and is what he uses at our pool at home so we got one lounge and one straight. Umbrellas were not needed since there were shady areas.
While at the beach, drinks continued to be provided the entire time. We could either go back on the cat or the crew would hand them down in the water to us. We enjoyed swimming and sitting around talking to others while drinking beer on a beautiful day.
On the return sail to the ship they kicked it up a notch and played 50's dance music. About the only dancing done was Pole Dancing ... when we wanted to stand up, holding to poles to steady ourselves.
While fun, it was in no way a wild & crazy party boat! If you want to do that sort of thing in Grenada, take Rhum Runner.