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Adventure & Water Sports

Adventure & Water Sports

Our motto is to inspire you to go places you never go on your own and to attempt things you never thought you had on you.

In 2011 Adventure SEALs launched its initial business as a supplier for water sports, by being a sponsor of the 1st South Asian Beach Games, in Hambantota. In 2013, SEALs opened its flagship store as a one stop shop for adventure sports enthusiasts.

We now provide a total solution for all activities connected to Sea, Air, Land sports (SEALs), for the individual, leisure and corporate sector. Today, Adventure SEALs holds the dealerships of Pelican Products (USA), Petzl (France), NRS (USA), Victorinox Swiss Army (Switzerland), Webtex (England) along with other adventure brands in Sri Lanka.

The climbing equipment for the first Sri Lankan to summit Mt. Everest Ms. Jayanthi Kuru Utumpala along with Mr. Johann Peries was sponsored by our company. In addition, specialized equipment, consultancy and training facilities are also offered to many associations to promote adventure sports and recreation. Turnkey solutions are provided to hotels to set up water sports centres, adventure parks, and theme parks etc.

Yacht Charter Services - Sail Sri Lanka

The Water Sprite II luxury sailing catamaran, can accommodate up to 14 passengers with a sleeping capacity of 10 people and can be charted to sail around Sri Lanka, providing luxury cruises for multiday charters, whale and dolphin watching tours, sunset cruises, charters between Maldives and Sri Lanka. The WS II built by Robertson & Cairn South Africa has four cabins with four attached toilets (heads) and inside saloon fully air-conditioned, an outdoor saloon, fully equipped galley (Kitchen) two trampolines, two kayaks, yacht tender (boat to ferry passengers ashore) completely equipped for long voyages with the navigation and safety equipment.

We also have two MacGregor 26M sailing yachts built in USA for coastal charters for the more adventurous blue water sailors. Each can accommodate 6 passengers and has one toilet in an open style cabin and galley.