₹1870 ₹1000 per person
Sea Kart in Andaman Islands
A family friendly , exhilarating activity in Port Blair.
Introduced in 2020, Seakart is an adrenaline filled water-sports available for the first time in India and launched in the third destination in the world after Mauritius & Dubai at Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
The Seakart itself is a novel watercraft that is built like a go kart, hence the name, which delivers the best of everything in one single adventure.
The activity involves the guest self-driving the Seakart under the guidance of a licensed instructor along the coast of Port Blair on a long route.
The Seakart is made to fit 3 people, but unlike jet skis and speed boats who are allowed only near the shorelines, Seakart actually goes a step further and allows you to explore the wavy deep seas far from the shoreline, driving all by yourself, making it one of the most unique experiences to have in Port Blair.
The ride starts from the shore of Corbyn’s Cove Beach, where you are accompanied by a trained instructor, leaving seats for 2 guests who can enjoy it together. A total of 6 Seakarts drive in a V formation piloted by “Starfish” – the rescue boat, which keeps everything in check. Each Seakart has their own steering wheel that lets you guide the boat in any way you like to an allowed degree. Anybody can drive a Seakart and it does not require any prior swimming or driving skills.
As soon as you leave the shoreline, you are greeted by rough tides of the beach, which splashes across the Seakart and sprinkles on your face, giving away a vibe of refreshment. As you enter the deeper seas, you can feel the difference in waves and the calmness of the ocean, with a spectacular view of the open horizon combined with a great view of the roads and shoreline dotting all the way from Corbyns Beach to Marina Park and finally the Ross Island.
The ride starts at the Corbyn’s Cove Beach and follows through to the Flag Point near Ross Island, from where it returns back, covering around 5-6 Kms in total. The ride lasts for about 20 minutes, making it one of the longest sea adventures you can have in the Andaman Islands.
- Seakart is only available at Port Blair.
- The activity is suitable for people of all ages above 6.
- The minimum age for self-driving the Seakart is 18 and max age is 60.
- Children between ages 6-17 are allowed to sit on the Seakart.
- Make sure to keep appropriate swimsuits along with you.
- It is advised to pre-book this activity due to limited seats.
About the Trip:
The trip starts at the Seakart Adventure Lounge at Corbyn’s Cove Beach, where you are given a warm welcome. Soon you will move for a pre-exursion briefing that details the dos and donts. After you are done with the liability waivers, you can move forward to the changing rooms and get ready for the adventure.
Soon after this you will be taken to the Seakart and the drive will begin.
- Sea Kart Ride for 20 minutes.
- Self-drive from Corbyn’s Cove Beach to Ross Island and return (no stopover at Ross Island)
- Training and Support.
- Locker, Shower and Changing Room Facilities.
- Complete ground and sea assistance during the trip.
- Complimentary DSLR photography.
Pricing of Sea Kart:
Seakart Costs INR 3,499 per person when shared by 2 people who take turns driving the kart.
The same cost changes to INR 4,999 per person for 1 person who drives the kart by themselves and can be accompanied by a child of 6-12 years of age.
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Is Sea Kart Safe?
Yes. The riding or driving of Sea Kart is done under a planned, controlled and properly supervised model. You are always accompanied by an instructor and a life boat is always behind you for any mishaps. Moreover, will also be wearing life jackets during the whole excursion for further safety.
I don’t know swimming, can I still enjoy Sea Kart?
Yes, riding or driving of Sea Kart doesn’t require any swimming skills and you don’t need any swimming experience to enjoy this activity.
What happens if the Kart rolls over or sinks?
The Sea Kart is made to be practically unsinkable thanks to its design and proper use of buoyant materials. Moreover, the structure is made to be as tough as possible. In addition to this, you are always accompanied by an instructor onboard along with life jackets.
Who shouldn’t participate in this activity?
People who have any kind of heart ailments or had heart surgery, angina or blood vessel surgery, colour blindness, Asthma or wheezing with breathing or exercise, sinusitis or bronchitis, any lung disease, epilepsy, seizures or history of blackouts or fainting, high blood pressure, bleeding or blood disorder, ear disease, hearing loss, history of diabetes, arthritis, any history of injury to the bone or bone marrow can avoid this activity for added safety.
I have more questions, who can I contact?
You can contact the Sea Kart office directly with further questions. Reach out to them at (09932080017) or (03192-235295). The support is friendly and eager to help. You can also reach out to the Eternal Andamans team with questions related to bookings and payments.
DeparturePlease arrive by 9:15 AM for a prompt departure at 9:30 AM.
Departure TimeApproximately 8:30 PM.
Dress CodeCasual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and warm jacket.
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