Our cruise stopped in Georgetown for the day and 7 of us wanted to visit Stingray city. We didn't want to be on a boat with 75 other people so I started researching other options and came across Stingray Watersports and contacted Duncan. We met him and the other guide at a small marina and headed out first to Starfish point. The weather was very windy the day we visited. Their boat blew right thru the chop in no time at all we were checking out the starfish. After a brief visit we headed to Stingray City. I think I counted 6 cruise ships anchored that day so it was very crowded at the sandbar. No matter, only a few minutes after anchoring Duncan was surrounded by stingrays and we got to take turns feeding them and touching their velvety skin. Truly a unique experience. Because of the wind occasionally some 2-3' rollers would come across the sandbar. This made it hard to stand for the shorter ones in our group but we all had a great time.
Don't go on a boat with 50-75 others when you can get a boat to yourselves for roughly the same price. The only thing to beware of is taxi rides aren't cheap. It was $8 a person each way to the marina.
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