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What Makes Manta Raya Catamaran Cruises Unique?

Manta Raya leaves from the pacific port of Puntarenas and this gives our passengers an opportunity to see first hand the hustle and bustle of a busy fishing port city, the oldest in Costa Rica.  Puntarenas is also where international cruise ships dock for the day.

Manta Raya is 71 feet long and 32 feet wide and comes equipped with two giant hammocks stretched between twin hulls and two fresh water pools, perfect for sightseeing and sunbathing on her expansive forward deck.
Manta Raya, comes equipped with a bow ramp to quickly and safely disembark her passengers directly onto the beach.

Manta Raya Catamaran Cruises extends the tour by taking her passengers on an Island Cruise in the Gulf of Nicoya on the return trip from Tortuga Island. Manta Raya glides past more than seven islands: Biological Reserves, National Parks, the maximum prison island of San Lucas (now closed), two smaller islands that are nesting grounds for the Magnificent Frigate and Brown Pelican plus numerous small homes along the shore of the Nicoya Peninsula including a small Manta Raya Catamaran Cruises is more than just a boat ride to a beautiful white sand beach. A day with on the Manta Raya is an opportunity to explore more of this beautiful country from the comfortable deck of a super yacht built just for you. DON’T MISS THE BOAT!!!! 

 

Superb Cuisine

Manta Raya’s delicious food has been praised as a "traveling feast" and featured in many publications including Gourmet Magazine. The head chef, M. Malaiseau of Chicago's Ritz-Carlton Hotel, sent his chef's hat to the Reids in tribute to the excellence of the food on the cruise.

 

Tortuga Island Cruise MENU

Breakfast
Served on the way to Puntarenas

  • Costa Rican Typical Breakfast

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Board Manta Raya

  • Freshly brewed hot Costa Rican coffee

  • Selection of fresh tropical fruits

  • Ice cold fruit juice and sodas

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Lunch on Tortuga Island

Appetizer:

MARINATED FISH DISH WINS APPETIZER PRIZE; Cevicheis a spicy, pungent dish that is widely served in South America as an appetizer or a first course. It is also popular in Japan. Cecelia Reid won second prize in the appetizer category for her recipe, which calls for marinated pieces of raw fish in lemon juice, lime juice and orange juice.

The acid content of the juice "cooks" the fish.

 

Salad Bar:

  • Italian mixed green salad with vinaigrette

  • Creamy pasta primavera salad

  • Refreshing cucumber dill and sour cream salad

  • Fresh carrot and raisin salad with orange dressing

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Main Course:

  • Grilled breast of chicken smothered in a delightful tropical sauce covered with freshly grated coconut

  • Steamed rice

  • Garlic bread

  • Ice cold glass of white wine

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Dessert:

  • Piña Colada cake

  • Hot Costa Rican coffee

 

Sip cold wine in the shade of white umbrellas at tables covered with white linen and be served the midday feast.

The Captain and his crew are the masters of this seascape. They are seasoned mariners who will convey their love of Costa Rica to you. Sightseeing, sunbathing, diving, exploring, swimming, eating, drinking, and relaxing… Repeat

Blue's One Day Adventure is a tour-de-force of everything that is magical about Costa Rica's magnificent pacific coast and is necessary before one can say he has explored Costa Rica completely.

 

Includes Free:

 

  • Air-Conditioned Bus Transportation 

  • Costa Rican Typical Breakfast

  • Lunch Menu above served with Chilled White Wine

  • Soft Drinks and Fresh Fruit

  • Live Music

  • Multilingual Guide

  • Snorkeling excursion

  • Banana boat ride

 

What to Take:

  • Casual clothes

  • Bathing suit or shorts

  • Suntan lotion

  • Camera

  • Sun glasses

  • Tight fitting hat

  • Light weight long sleeved shirt

  • Rubber sandals, tennis or boat shoes.

  • Don't forget your towels!

  • Extra Cash for: Alcoholic beverages, optional tours, souvenirs, tips.

  • *High Healed or Hard Sole Shoes not permitted on board yacht

 

The sweet life…The life you were meant to live

Tortuga Island Cruise

Starts:

06:00am

Ends:

06:00pm

 

$145.00

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