Water Sports in the Turks and Caicos

Turks and Caicos Islands offer world class water sports, including SCUBA, snorkeling, sailing, kayaking, deep sea fishing, bone fishing, and plenty of white sand beaches for swimming.

  • Explore the Islands with Sail Beluga Sailing Charters She was designed by a master. She was built to race. And for 28 years now she has been carrying passengers all around the Turks and Caicos Islands. She is "Beluga", a 37 foot catamaran, built by her captain Tim Ainley. Tim operates "Sail Beluga", a private chartered sailing business out of Providenciales. Like her namesake, Beluga is all white and built for the water. She was designed by James Wharram, an award winning multi-hull boat maker w

  • Explore Caribbean marine life through SNUBA For many people, the idea of being underwater is terrifying. Even the opportunity to see unusual marine life up close is not enough to push past that fear. And the idea of being fully immersed in this marine world with scuba gear is just beyond the training and comfort level of many of us. But Canadian born diver Jodi Taylor who runs SNUBA Turks and Caicos has completely dispelled that fear and removed those barriers. SNUBA, which began in 1988, is a u

  • Reef Restoration Program an Educational Treat for Tourists It's a dilemma that's bedevilled marine ecologists for decades. How do you make reefs accessible to the public and yet protect them? The alluring beauty of coral reefs draws in tourists, but this beauty and fragility can be easily damaged by human contact. But yet marine tourism might actually increase awareness and help protect the reefs for the future? The answer might just be to create and install educational trail markers all around

Villa del Mar, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands