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Black Beard Sports

#5 of 42 Tours in Isla de Vieques Features Animals
101 Munoz Rivera St., 00765, Puerto Rico
+1 787-741-1892
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Awesome experience in Mosquito Bay!

We had a very nice experience with Black Beard Sports and the Bio Bay tour. They picked us up at... read more

Reviewed 31 January 2017
jdrasmussen7
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Draper, Utah
Good times!

Super nice, laid back people all up in here!! Sarah was a great tour guide and genuinely fun to be... read more

Reviewed 30 January 2017
bombombedabom
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Detroit, Oregon
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We have two convinient locations on Vieques. Black Beard Sports in Isabel II, is just steps away from the ferry landing. Our second location is on W hotel premises. Book biobay, bike, hike, kayak, snorkeling or diving tours from any of our locations. We are. PADI GREEN STAR CENTER and only Eco tour certified on Vieques! A percent of our tours supports our community outreach programs for at risk youth. Check us out of FB or twitter. We do it right!
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101 Munoz Rivera St., 00765, Puerto Rico
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+1 787-741-1892

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Reviewed 31 January 2017

We had a very nice experience with Black Beard Sports and the Bio Bay tour. They picked us up at their store not far from the ferry and drove us to the bay. Nick the driver was very friendly and courteous. At the bay the...More

1  Thank jdrasmussen7
Reviewed 30 January 2017

Super nice, laid back people all up in here!! Sarah was a great tour guide and genuinely fun to be around, dude working at the register was a fox. Good times!

Thank bombombedabom
Reviewed 30 January 2017

The tour was a little scary but I'm glad we did it. It was a beautiful night and the water lit up with any movement but it wasn't what we expected. The guys who did our tour did a great job and we're very professional...More

1  Thank karen r
Reviewed 27 January 2017

High quality kayak tour of the biobay. We chose Blackbeard's for our Biobay tour based on the great reviews here and we were not disappointed. Transport was right on time. The van was comfortable and Gary the driver was super friendly. The Biobay tour itself...More

Thank M P
Reviewed 21 January 2017

Had a really great day with Rega snorkeling, visiting the sacred ceiba tree, and tasting local tropical fruits along the way. Rega is a local viequense who works with kids on the island to teach them about conservation and being proud of their local culture!...More

Thank kent o
Reviewed 19 January 2017 via mobile

Really the best out there even off vieques. They don't have that take your money vibe. They care about the local community and have so much knowledge of the area awesome experience with them as a whole. Loved our snorkel guide. Saw exactly what we...More

Thank bklyn550
Reviewed 15 January 2017 via mobile

This was a well run outing to the Bio Bay. They picked us up on time at the W resort, then drove us with about 8 others to Mosquito Bay. The driver was a native of Vieques and was interesting to talk to. At the...More

1  Thank MissMossLake
Reviewed 12 January 2017 via mobile

Eager to book a day of diving we (4 divers) spoke with Black Beard Sports. The visibility over the past few days apparently had been very poor and on that basis they were not taking bookings till the visibility improved. Refreshing to find such honesty,...More

Thank Moybee
Reviewed 8 January 2017 via mobile

Mosquito Bay.. The stars are big and bright deep in the heart of Vieques... The team was incredible made our bucket list adventure a success. Easy pick up from the W coaching for first time team James Kayaking. Eco adventure we gained knowledge seen an...More

Thank thomasajames
Reviewed 7 January 2017

Black Beard Sports is my go-to adventure base in Vieques. We booked our last minute snorkeling trip through Chris. Chris won us over. He's smart, very informative and all around awesome. He helped me pick out my own snorkeling set and had the best recommendations...More

Thank Gina R
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tkdisco
1 March 2017|
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Response from BlackBeardSp0rts | Property representative |
Thank you for contacting Black Beard sports! Yes, if you are close to the ferry landing you can walk to our store in town. We are located on the Main Street Muñoz Rivera. Phone: 7877411892
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kathy r
31 January 2017|
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Response from BlackBeardSp0rts | Property representative |
Greetings Kathy, Thank you for reaching out to us! If you plan to tour Vieques bioluminescent bay, then yes, you'd have to spend a night on Vieques Island as the tours return well after the ferry and planes have made their... More
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Joanne54
26 December 2016|
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Response from BlackBeardSp0rts | Property representative |
Thank you for the question. No, we do not have glass bottom boats. We prefer the sturdier traditional kayaks which provides more stability.
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