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Small Hobie Wave sailboats are available on the beach without charge. The rental of larger private sailboats may be sometimes arranged. The nearly constant breeze makes for wonderful sailing.
Kayaking is free for guests of The Meridian Club to use in exploring waters surrounding Pine Cay. This can be a magical experience on a clear, calm morning or late afternoon. The "Aquarium", a secluded area at the south end of Pine Cay, is a favorite spot.
The sea or the freshwater pool? It's your choice. If you choose the sea, be sure to keep an eye out for a dolphin swimming near the shore. Many guests have had the exhilarating experience of swimming with JoJo, a wild dolphin with an affinity for humans.
Daily snorkeling trips are conducted by the Club, weather permitting. Snorkeling gear (masks, fins, and snorkels) is available free of charge. Since you will be skimming the reef in a national park, we ask you to "take only pictures, kill only time, leave only bubbles." Spear fishing and underwater collecting are forbidden by law.
Pine Cay is an 800-acre island with over two miles of pristine beach, plenty of space and solitude to walk, jog or even try a challenging run.
There is a well maintained court by the maintenance building.
Racquets and balls are available at the reception desk at no charge. A sign-up sheet is available for reserving a court time. The midday sun and afternoon tropical breezes make early morning the best time to play.
Explore Pine Cay by peddling your way along the cart paths which crisscross the island. Bicycles are available free of charge for guest use and are located near the Club entrance.
Like most activities at The Meridian Club, paddle boarding is available for guests at no charge. Chef Shane conducts a weekly class, with equipment personally supplied by him, most often on Wednesdays. Guests learn on the pond, and then graduate to more challenging courses in the aquarium and on the flats.
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World-class fishing for sailfish, marlin, wahoo, tuna, dolphin, mackerel and barracuda in the blue water just beyond the barrier reef. Attractions for a non-fishing partner, in addition to an enjoyable boat ride, may include sightings of porpoises, whales, sea turtles and even a rare whale shark. Our chef can prepare your catch for dinner. Half- and full-day trips available. Click for more information
Bonefishing on the flats off Pine Cay can be excellent. Whether a seasoned expert or a raw beginner, our experienced guide will go out of his way to help you catch one (or many more) of these fabulous shallow water gamefish. Wade in ankle to knee deep water or fish from a boat. Our guide is accomplished at fly fishing as well as spinning. It's a half or full day outing. Click for more information
Guided trip for snapper, grouper and a variety of other bottom dwellers near the reef or on the Caicos Bank. Good outing for beginners with plenty of action most days. Our chef can prepare your catch for dinner. Half-day. Click for more information
With visibility usually exceeding 100 feet and an astonishing variety of marine life, scuba diving in Turks and Caicos is world-renowned. We can arrange courses for beginners and a wide selection of challenging dive trips for experienced divers (PADI or NAUI dive certification cards required) through professional dive services on Provo.
Open to the public, The Provo Golf & Country Club offers a lushly landscaped 18-hole golf course, consistently rated among the top ten in the Caribbean. We are happy to arrange tee times. Transportation is via Club boat and taxi.