Experience Costa Rica on the Sea Bird.

Is there any better feeling than clipping through the waves with the sun on your face and the wind in your hair?
Let our experienced and friendly crew take you out on the water to experience the stunning Guanacaste coastline like you've never seen it before.
We promise no sea monsters, but you might see some dolphins, whales, and sea turtles!
We never over pack the boat. Smaller groups mean better service, bigger adventures, and more legroom.
All of our tours come with open bar, snacks, and guided snorkeling!
Our beautiful 45' C&L Sea Bird is the ultimate way to experience Costa Rica.

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there's no one better to show you the ropes (literally)!

Whether you're a fresh-faced novice or an old salt with calloused hands, we've got a trip for you.
We serve drinks, fresh fruit, and snacks (or a full beach bbq with our full day excursion) throughout the trip.
Lounge on a secluded beach and then let us show you around some of our favorite snorkeling locations!
All you have to do is climb aboard, relax, and we'll take care of the rest. 

captain's hat optional

With Sea Bird Sailing Excursions, whether it's whale watching, snorkeling with the eagle rays, or sipping sangria on deck, we deliver paradise.
The Sea Bird is a classic sailing yacht that embodies luxury and romance as well as the laid back "pura vida" lifestyle.
Let us show you our Costa Rica - our paradise! We promise you won't want to leave.


We meet on the beach at the end of a street called "Entrada Cangrejos."
From the main street, turn right at a bar called Pablo's Bar.
                                                                                 Approximately two blocks down, turn left at the first paved road, "Entrada Cangrejos,"                                                                       where the statue of the mermaid is. Continue almost on to the beach, and park with the other cars.

Link to find us on WAZE map (best app for Costa Rica navigation.) 

Here is our meeting location on Google Maps if you prefer that one.