We'll be going on the Sovereign of the Seas on March 16th. My 13 year old son would like to do the parasailing on Coco Cay. The brochure says that children under 16 are required to have their parent or guardian go up with them.......this is just not in my plan and I have no problem with my son going up without me......he's only 13 but he's 6'1" and very mature.
My question is:does anyone know of any parasailing companies in Nassau that we could try rather than doing the ship excursion. I've tried doing a google search but haven't come up with much.
I found some information on Parasailing:On Nassau/Paradise Island, you can find parasailing adventures at the following locations:
Nassau Marriott, Cable Beach
Cost: $40-$45 for 7 to 10 minutes
Nassau Beach Hotel, Cable Beach
Cost: $45 for 7 to 8 minutes
Cost: $45 for 5 to 7 minutes
They don't make it easy for you to book. I've read that you can go to the lobby of the hotels to book a ride. I have'nt seen anything on age requirements. I've been looking for a place to go parasailing in Nassauas well. Sometimes RCCL can't make it to Coco Cay if the water is rough. I'm going on the Yellowbird tour to Blackbeard's Cay beach, & will try to go parasailing there.
Thanks for the answers. I think we've pretty much abandoned the idea of parasailing on the cruise and will instead do it when we spend a weekend over on Clearwater Beach. Will probably be cheaper too!