How many guests can the boat accommodate?
The maximum capacity for a charter is 12 guests. Having no more than 12 guests will allow everyone on board to be extremely comfortable and get the most enjoyment from their boating adventures.
What should I bring on the boat?
Sunscreen (non-spray type) is very important as well as some type of hat. Polarized sunglasses are especially helpful in reducing glare from the water’s surface, towels, hat, camera and a smile.
What do you provide?
We provide captain, fuel, water and soft drinks, and light snacks. If you prefer not to worry about bringing anything on the boat – just let us know in advance and we will take care of it for you. Food and drinks can be provided for a fee or you can bring your own!
Where can we go on the boat?
We can go wherever you like as long as it makes sense during your 4 or 8 hour trip. Our prime locations are: Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Fort Lauderdale. To see all possible options, please refer to “tours” tab.
What happens if it rains?
Since we live and boat here in sunny South Florida we are fortunate that if it does rain – it is usually very isolated and typically only lasts a short while. Our captain tracks these rain clouds and he is usually able to deviate the boat’s course to avoid them. If we can’t avoid the rain, we have a very comfortable air-conditioned cabin where you and your guests can stay until the rain passes. In the case that the captain deems weather to be really bad or unsafe the day of your charter, we can reschedule your charter or issue you a credit. We all want you to have a good time!
Can we bring our pet on the boat?
We are a pet friendly company and we do accept small pets on the boat.
Do you have a barbecue grill on the boat?
Yes, we do!
Where do we board the boat?
How do we show our appreciation to the Captain and Mate?
Tipping your captain and crew is customary in the boating industry and is greatly appreciated for a job well done. The quality of service should dictate the gratuity. As a guideline, we suggest an average of 15-20% of the total charter cost.