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Stingray city & rum point beach break??

Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by Wavegirl, Oct 25, 2009.

  1. Wavegirl

    Wavegirl Mouseketeer

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    Has anyone been on this Stingray City & Rum Point Beach break? Here is the link to it Stingrays & Rum Point Beach It looks awesome and so are the prices. Adults at $45, kids are $35 and kids under 4 our Free! My brother has a 1 year old and I think this tour will work for them too as they show a baby so I guess they don't have an age limit

    Please let me know if you have heard of this trip, we want to book it this week.

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  3. Wavegirl

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    anyone??:yay:
     
  4. Morgey24

    Morgey24 Dreaming of a day on Castaway Cay

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    I've done it several times, using a different company that includes lunch (Nativeways sports in Grand Cayman). You will need to figure in $10 - $15 pp for lunch & a drink. The first two times we've done it we had rum point beach practically to ourselves for the day. The last time in June there was a whole group of Carnival cruisers there, too, so it had a totally different vibe.. :laughing:

    It's a GREAT GREAT day and the beach is lovely. I'd highly recommend it.
     
  5. Wavegirl

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    Thank you:-)

    We just booked it today! We looked at Native way too but they are $17.50 more per person and they include a lunch. I'd rather choose how much we spend for lunch and what we order, my daughter is super picky. We may just have a snack and drinks;-) we are on vacation after all and we eat so much onboard:-):banana:
     
  6. Wavegirl

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    Quick questions about rum point, can you find sea shells? My daughter was wondering if this is a good place to find shells.

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  7. tigger2002

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    Another vote for Native Way. They were very good. We did the Rays, Reef, and Rum Point. I don't think there are really any shells at Rum Point. You can walk around to the left side of the beach (facing the beach) and it is a little bit rocky but not any shells that I remember. Rum Point is a very small area with palm trees.

    Here are some pictures that my son took of Rum Point and other cruise places.

    Rum point
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  8. tigger2002

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    I bet you are not supposed to take shell from the beach. If we find a neat one or lots of them we take a picture.

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  9. Wavegirl

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    Oh, thank you for telling me that. I guess it would be a protected area. We'll have to leave the shell collecting for another beach
     
  10. Haley

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    We did this excursion a couple years ago and it was a blast! We didn't really want to eat the food they offered for sale on the beach so we just ate back on the ship afterwards.
     
  11. Wavegirl

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    I was wondering about that. We can have a good breakfast onboard and then just have drinks and snacks in anything and then eat when we get back to the ship.
     

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