This Party Boat in Antigua Is Basically a Floating Amusement Park
Meet your new favorite all-in-one party destination.
Antigua is famous for its irresistible beaches, but one of the best things you can do while visiting the West Indies is happening off-shore.
D-Boat, a decommissioned oil tanker turned floating water park, is becoming one of Antigua’s most popular experiences for tourists.
The party boat and oceanic mini amusement park is equipped with tons of fun activities like water trampolines, slides, high dives, inflatables, and rope swings. And when you’re not seeking a thrilling jump into the ocean, you can stop at the bar for some food and drinks.
The boat also offers snorkeling tours and trips to Stingray City, where you can pet and feed Southern Stingrays, as well as to Maiden Island, where you can chill on the beach.
After sunset, D-Boat occasionally hosts parties with live bands and DJs, but the water park features are closed for these events.
Daytime packages for the D-Boat start at $75 for a half day and go up to $110 for a full day. Packages include ferry tickets from Shell Beach Marina to the boat itself. More information can be found on the D-Boat website.
Amusement parks are always better on a boat.