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About Yachting Boracay
Attention World! Team Tamarind has arrived in the crystal blue waters of Boracay. We are the same team that built Bella Isa Spa into an oasis of beachfront relaxation. Now you can enjoy yacht sailing with the same fine service. You, the sea, great food, a cold drink and a Boracay dream come true. Now Let's Go Sailing!
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Ton N wrote a review May 2017
23 contributions8 helpful votes
It was an amazingly relaxing feeling to have a beer and watch sunset from the yacht. Don't forget to take a lot of photo for instagram.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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mohitraitani wrote a review Sep 2015
Mumbai, India277 contributions116 helpful votes
We loved this. The feeling of sailing in the middle of no where, far away from everyone spending time which we would cherish all our lifes. This is the best thing to do in boracay. The sunsets are magnificient from here and you get the best view as well. Its just peace and you. This thing is even better when you have more people in a group.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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HIKLG wrote a review Jul 2015
Glenmarie, Shah Alam24 contributions9 helpful votes
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So me and my hubby and his cousins were on a vacation to Boracay and we heard a lot of good things about Boracay but when we decided that we would be visiting Boracay never did u think that we would be sailing and that even Sunset Sailing but we are glad we did it. We did a lot of other stuffs during the day as we wanted to experience everything (all the water sports). So we started as soon as we were done with the breakfast and was so tired by the afternoon and were late too so we were like lets drop this idea (we pre booked it and prepaid). However Jeremy and his team were very sweet enough to wait for us. The experience is the one I will always cherish, with a beautiful view and cool breeze and meeting new people and the wonderful team of Team Tamarind. It was one of the best part of our vacation. All the tiredness and the stress because of the hectic schedule was long forgotten and we soaked in the nature’s therapy. I would strongly suggest that it is one of the things to include if you are in Boracay. U will regret it if u don’t, I know for sure if we had we would too. I wish Jeremy and his lovely team to keep up the good work and look forward to another one !! Keep Sailing !!
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Date of experience: June 2015
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Erikamae wrote a review Jul 2015
1 contribution7 helpful votes
Jeremy and the crew are just amazing. They are genuinely focussed on everyone having the best time. From the moment we met, Jeremy had everybody introduced and relaxed. His passion for customers service is obvious as is his love for this Yacht and his determination to share the amazing experience of sailing the crystal clear blue waters of magical Boracay. His business partner and creative genius Robbie ..."The Admiral" (owner & creator of the Bella ISA Spa in Boracay) have combined sailing on a vintage yacht with gourmet quality food in a totally friendly and welcoming environment. You just feel that you belong there in the yacht . The crew are fantastic, attentive, polite and Very hard working. This is a fully functional 45' Yacht (as Commodore Jeremy will explain in his pre sailing briefing) and the crew move around almost invisibly pulling ropes to hoist huge sails that when in the wind make sailing on the Tamarind truly unforgettable. If you do nothing else in Boracay...just do this !!
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Date of experience: May 2015
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monettev0727 wrote a review Jul 2015
Metro Manila, Philippines1 contribution14 helpful votes
From the time I got a quick reply of my inquiry email from Robbie, I knew that we were headed for an exciting sailing experience in Boracay. With Team Tamarind's tag line "Let's go sailing" at the end of every email they wrote (yes, Jeremy and team give quick replies and even went out of their way by suggesting new places to go to during our stay in Boracay), I felt the passion of the team in giving the best sail experience one can ever get. Indeed, they delivered! I went sailing with my barkadas last June 27, 2015. Jeremy met us at the resort where we stayed at exactly the time he committed to be there. He told us that we were going to sail from the east side due to the low tide, but had to transfer to the side where 7Stones is located. Despite some lag time before we boarded the yacht, Jeremy made everyone feel at home and relaxed while sipping on cold drinks from Levantin Boracay. He introduced us to some members of Team Tamarind - Robbie, Andy, Annie, and Irene. We also got to meet Jean and her friends who were also sailing with us that afternoon. A good camaraderie was built even before we started sailing. Then I was happiest when we finally boarded the yacht and were welcomed by good music, those wonderfully marinated kebabs, more cold drinks, and the warm people that make up Team Tamarind. Jeremy asked me to ring the yacht's bell (Team Tamarind's call for an announcement), introduced each of us onboard, the sails snapped open, then off we went sailing. The food kept coming as we sailed off into the sunset - more kebabs (I don't think we even managed to keep up), marbled potatoes, spring rolls, and those flavorful mussels. We stopped at a cove where we snorkeled, just right before the sun gave way for the moon to bring light to our sail. Team Tamarind delighted our stomachs once more when they served banana fritters and more drinks after we got off the water. The way back to the shore after about three hours of sailing was peaceful, a perfect time to reflect with gratitude of the Almighty’s wonderful creations and the amazing sunset cruise that I just had with friends and new found friends. I got a taste of paradise and I knew right then that it won’t be the last that I will go sailing with Team Tamarind. I will see them again next year, if not sooner.
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Date of experience: June 2015
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