We ride on the Crusader which does not have the top like the Frontier, it's a lot of fun when sailing to the flowerpot island. The captain is very experienced, we don't have any sea sick even though it was a bit bumpy when sailing. The tour guide did very good introduction on the shipwreck, as well as the islands around flowerpot island. One thing as reminder: If you cannot take sea wind and not willing to get wet, try the Frontier instead of the Crusader. As you will get wet for sure regardless if you ride on the Crusader. Personally I don't mind as I love the feeling of sea wind blowing on my face and water splashing on my head is pretty nice under the hot weather, but not everyone enjoys it. You may want to put on a cap or a hoddie when sailing in a Crusader - you still will get wet but you are 'protected'. (I simply took off my glasses as I couldn't see anything with it anymore after water splashed on my face, and my hair was dripping water after I got back on the shore - but I like it, no complaints). It can be a bit cool for the boat ride by the evening, wear a jacket/hoddie is recommended. Above all it's a very nice boat ride, takes around 25 mins to get to flowerpot island.
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