Discover French Cay (Available only on Lady K)
French Cay is a Nature Preserve and bird and iguana sanctuary.
The French Cay Bird and Iguanas Sanctuary is located 17 miles south of the Leeward Marina. French pirate Francis Lollonois used this small cay during the 17th century to ambush Spanish and merchant ships. On this charter, guests will learn about real pirates and get a crash course on Caribbean history. French Cay is a remote and beautiful cay that morphed into a bird and rock iguana sanctuary. Swim with the eagle rays when you snorkel the sparkling blue waters of French Cay with its vast formation of Elkhorn corals! Walks on the beach are allowed, but no food or drink, given that this is a nature preserve. Lady K will be at-the-ready to host her own barbecue on board This destination is super-sweet.
A Note From The Owner:
For 25 years, I’ve been cruising the Turks and Caicos with groups of adventurous people like yourselves, diving, exploring, and reveling in the beautiful waters, beaches, and seascape. To this day, French Cay is my favorite of the remote islands and my top recommendation for full-day charters. French Cay has everything: water, wilderness, and a remote peacefulness that once you get a taste of, you will wish for again and again. This treasure is far from civilization; I call it the little “Caicos Galapagos Island,” and if you have the chance to visit, I bet you’ll feel the very same way.
Fifi – Your Host Captain & Owner Operator
Select 9am to 4pm or 10am to 5pm
Luxury Cruising – Snorkeling – Beach Break
All Snorkeling Equipment & Beach Toys Included
Local Caribbean Lunch, Fruit Platter & Pastries
White Wine (Pinot Grigio & Chardonnay), Local Beer, Rum Punch
Diet & Regular Soda, Bottled Water (still and Sparkling), Fruit Punch
Please don’t hesitate to let us know about dietary restrictions. Special food or drink requests may be available at an additional fee.
Depart From Leeward Dock
*All rates subject to change and to 12% government tax
**100% drug free/smoke free boat
***Anyone engaging in snorkeling activities must be able to swim