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Land Excursions on St. Barts

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We are going on a cruise, and we will be stopping in St. Barts for a day. We have to chose a land excursion, and from the list, we really don't know what to chose. They list an "ODYSSEE Caraibes Snorkeling tour. It takes 2 hours, and the catamaran takes you on a ten minute ride to the snorkeling sight in Colombier Bay. Snorkel for about an hour, and then head to the beach for beverages. Is this good?
There is another one for snorkelling, (which we really want to do), called "Snorkeling Safari". Is is also 2 hours long, only 9 guests per boat, go on a fiftenn-minute ride by motorized boat to some of the best snorkeling in the marine part. (they don't say where). Is this a better one to go to?
Then the last one to chose is the SEA St. Barts tour. It is 3 hours in length, and takes you on a sail around the coast. In Colobier Bay, they drop anchor and let you swim or relax before continuing the last leg of the journey back to the pier. Is this worth it? They say, due to weather, it may not be able to go completely around the entire island. Has anyone done this one?

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