Frequently Asked Questions

Our most frequently asked questions and answers

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Yes, we have a full bimini covering the boats to help prevent sunburn and discomfort.
You can bring a sweatshirt/wind breaker in the colder months of the year. (we do supply blankets). In the warmer season, bring sun block and bug spray if you would like extra protection. We provide high tech sunglasses that help you see through the water.
No. We are located 7 miles up river from the gulf. NO Waves!
While gratuities are not required, they are customary and welcome. Depending on the level of service provided, a gratuity is appropriate. A 20% gratuity will be added to a party of 7 or more.
No, but we have clean facilities available onsite that are open from 9am-5pm daily.
Just give us a call, and we can give you up-to-date weather conditions for your tour. We do tour in wind and drizzle.
This popular option is available. Contact us and we can customize a tour for your party.
Alcohol is permitted on the boats. We ask our customers to not bring glass bottles on the boats. Canned beer, wines etc. are welcome.
Smoking is prohibited on the boats - that includes cigarettes, cigars, and pipes.
A maximum of six paying customers including infants are permitted to be aboard while on the water. These rules are set by the United States Coast Guard.
Yes, all boats have adult, juvenile, and infant life jackets aboard. Any child six years of age or younger is required by the United States Coast Guard to wear a life jacket when onboard. (you are welcome to bring your own life jacket if you prefer) Fire extinguishers, flares, whistles, horns, and first aid kits are available on all boats.
Yes, we highly recommend bringing water and a snack. Collier County Parks has a ships store onsite which carries many convenience store items available for purchase. Please refrain from bringing ice cream or chocolates on the boat because they can melt and make a mess.