Your best bet for kiteboarding, windsurfing, paddle boarding and scuba in Montego Bay is with Water Network Jamaiaca, managed by Judith Ferger with instructors Brian Schurton and Andrew Davis. Based at Sea Castles just past Rose Hall and the Montego Bay Convention Centre heading east. Introductory lessons start at US$180 for three hours, all-day rentals at US$290.
White Witch Golf Course (6:30am-9pm daily) is the most spectacular course in Jamaica for its views and rolling greens. The course has a special for Ritz guests (US$180 per person includes greens fees, cart, and caddy, not including US$20 recommended gratuity per player). The course is also open to nonguests (US$200 includes cart caddy and 18 holes, but not gratuity). White Witch offers a Twilight Golf Special (US$99 per person, inclusive of cart, caddy, and greens fee, after 2:30 p.m). The last tee time is at 4:30pm.
Half Moon Equestrian Centre has the most impressive stables open to the public in Jamaica, for beginning to experienced riders. The center offers a pony ride for children under 6 for US$20 and a 40-minute beginner ride for US$60 (suitable for children over 6), a beach ride for US$80 that includes a horseback swim (for riders over age 8), and 30-minute private lessons for any experience level that can include basic dressage, jumping, and polo.
The Montego Bay Yacht Club was refurbished in 2006 with a new building, landscaped grounds, and a small swimming pool. The club is a warm and friendly family environment with a great bar and restaurant, making it the place in western Jamaica for sailing, fishing, or just to hang out and make friends. Entertainment at the club is facilitated by pool tables, foosball, and table tennis. Every Friday, the club hosts a buffet dinner. Social and sailing membership is available by the day (US$5) or by the year (US$150).