Chart of the routes that boats take in San Juan during charters.


Blue Route – San Juan Bay Route – Inside of San Juan Bay and Mangrove trail.  Great in all weather conditions.

Green Route – Around Old San Juan – Circles the island of Old San Juan.  Open ocean experience, requires fair weather conditions.  Captain Required.

Yellow Route – Condado Beach Route – Follow the beach inside the outer reefs off Condado, Isla Verde, and Ocean Park.  Gets choppy on windy days, requires fair weather.  Captain Required.

Red Route – Island Route – Towards Isla de Cabras and Punta Salinas.  This is an open ocean route that requires good weather, but offers pristine beaches and snorkeling.  Captain Required.

  1. San Juan Bay Marina – Start and End point for all trips.
  2. Old Customs House – Beautiful view of Old San Juan.
  3. La Princessa Fountain – Good for relaxing and views, always calm.  Nice place to picnic.
  4. La Puerta de San Juan (The Door of San Juan) – Old entrance to the city. Jump off and swim here, no snorkeling.
  5. El Morro – See the impressive El Morro fortress.
  6. Vietnam Fish Market – Locally caught fresh fish made to order.  A real Puerto Rican fishing village.
  7. Parque Central Fish Market – Buy fresh locally caught fish until 1pm.  Also have upscale grill, delicious lunch here.
  8. Mangrove Trail of San Juan – Follow the mangrove trail. Chance to see Manatees and some giant Iguanas.
  9. Underwater Snorkel Park – Always calm anchorage between Hilton Caribe and Condado Plaza Hotel, great swimming and snorkeling.
  10. Reefs of Condado – Many reefs for snorkeling and swimming – best when there is no wind.
  11. Public Swim Beach – Sandy bottom, sheltered from wind chop.
  12. Isla de Cabras Reef – Snorkeling, clear water, protected from wind and waves.
  13. Isla de Cabras – Get off on the docks and stroll around the ruins of the old Leper Colony.  A public beach with food venues that serve local Puerto Rican food.
  14. Toa Baja Beaches – Miles of sandy beaches, calm waters protected by outer reef.
  15. Punta Salinas – Beautiful views of rugged headlands.
  16. Beach of Punta Salinas – One of Puerto Rico’s nicest swim beaches, sheltered from wind and waves in all conditions.