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    Safety, weather and other conditions on our boat tours

    As you can see from our reviews, most of our guests love our service, while a small minority do not. This page is designed to steer away those who might not like the conditions, making everyone happier. For us, we mostly have problems with those who do not read much of the information we send them but come with their own expectations. This is a developing country and not everything is perfect, but the beaches are and the people are sweet, something we would like to maintain and not let become spoiled by unnecessarily sour experiences. Here are some of the conditions which some may not prefer: we specialise in…

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    Sizes of boats

    Please note! Your boatman contact will often be in charge of several boats and crews. The boats they assign you will mostly reflect the size of the waves at the time and the number of people on your tour. If there is only a few of you and you are afraid of big waves or the ocean, you can ask your contact to assign a larger boat for you, probably with a surcharge of around 5,000p, payable to your boatman. our head captain Main boats Can generally accommodate up to 20 people when water is flat, 15 if turbulent (check out the weather forecasts). The boats vary, as we have many…

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    Boat Tour Negatives and How to Ensure a Successful One

    To ensure you have the happiest trip possible, I will list some potential negative points. As the law of physics states that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction, I like to say that for every expectation there can be an equal and opposite disappointment. By knowing what can go wrong and adapting your expectations, hopefully there will be no disappointments! Here is a list of possible negative points of our boat trips: I’m an IT guy and handle the internet end of things. As demand increases for our service I am working on picking up more boat operators, so it is possible that some operators have…

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    Personality Compatibility Test

    If you are organising a boat tour with people you do not know, to ensure that everything runs smoothly, it is a good idea to find out something about your potential tour companions to determine how compatible you are. Common problems might be: some like to start their day slowly and groggily with a long cup of coffee, while others snap out of bed at the crack of dawn and can’t wait to get going some like to squeeze in as many sites as possible, hurrying to the next one, while others like to lounge around and enjoy the sites, more concerned about a relaxed vacation To help you find…