The Best Day Of Your Vacation Starts Here
Discover the world's 2nd largest barrier reef aboard our comfortable and spacious 40 foot Fountaine Pajot Catamaran. Break away from the crowds to explore the pristine reefs and warm turquoise waters of Roatan's more secluded snorkel sites. From family-friendly day trips to festive sunset sails and all-inclusive cruise ship excursions, AMAVI has you covered. Plan your escape to paradise today!
FORGET THE CROWDED PARTY BOAT ATMOSPHERE WITH 30 OR MORE STRANGERS.
WE limit our charter groups to 14 PEOPLE, providing YOU WITH elevated service AND a more intimate experience. ON AMAVI CHARTERS, YOU'LL ARRIVE AS GUESTS AND LEAVE AS FRIENDS!
Pick Your Paradise...
MAKING WAVES IN THE BAY ISLANDS
We're kicking off 2019 as the 1st Sailing Charter in Roatan & The Bay Islands to receive National Geographic's Go Blue sustainability certification!
Our commitment to protecting the Mesoamerican Reef runs deep.
Following our launch in late 2018, we partnered with Go Blue Bay Islands to audit and recalibrate every aspect of our daily operations + charter experience in order to reduce AMAVI’s environmental impact and help our guests do the same. We’ve incorporated biodegradable cleaning products, mineral-based sunscreens, fully recyclable bottled beverages, and durable melamine dishware to eliminate single use plastics altogether!
Learn more about our sustainability efforts at Go Blue Bay Islands.
LOVE ROATAN’S REEFS?
Simple steps you can take as an AMAVI guest:
Leave the plastic water bottles at home! We keep you hydrated with cold, filtered H2O on board.
Wear a rash guard to stay cool and protected during and after your snorkel.
Opt for reef safe, mineral-based sunscreens…all the cool kids are doing it! Travel+Leisure Magazine has a round up of the best ones.
Avoid kicking or stepping on coral while snorkeling. Our life jackets and swim noodles keep you comfortable and safe at the surface.
Skip the dead marine life souvenirs at the gift shop and pick up a $10 bracelet to support the Roatan Marine Park instead!