Galley Bay Resort & Spa

Sea Sports

On Galley Bay's beautiful, three-quarter-mile crescent of sand, the inviting sea is a fantastic natural playground for a host of non-motorized water sports. All lessons and equipment are included, just another luxurious reason to choose an all-inclusive stay at Galley Bay.

While at the beach, why not take advantage of complimentary non-motorized water activities such as windsurfing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and Hobie cat sailing.  All of the equipment can be found at the Water Sports Centre and if you're new at any of the sports, instructors are ready to help you get on your way.

Windsurfing

For a real workout, you can make the most of the breezes with a windsurfing experience, and if you're new to the sport, our able staff is more than happy to help you find your feet and teach you the ins and outs of our equipment. And, for those who have already mastered the board and sail, just grab a boat and enjoy the beautiful waters surrounding the resort!

Kayaking

You can ply the waters in a sea kayak and navigate the waves as you explore the extreme, rocky reaches of our beautiful cove. Hop in a kayak, grab the paddles and you are off on an exploration of our beautiful turquoise waters! You'll enjoy the view - and you'll likely be viewed as you make your way up and down the shore - by our celebrity neighbors whose elaborate homes overlook Galley Bay.

Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Take a SUP board and experience another way to enjoy the waters surrounding Galley Bay. Our boards are versatile and fun to use. This is easier than it looks and a great way to get out on the water, not to mention a great upper body workout!

Hobie Cat & Sunfish Sailing

To truly take to the seas, there's nothing like sailing aboard our Hobie Cats or Sunfish boats! Our boats are at your disposal during your stay for a remarkable view of the coast from offshore. You'll find that the azure waters off Galley Bay boast a wide range of indigenous sea life; more than 70 species of fish make their homes in the sea surrounding Antigua.