DAY CRUISE CHARTER RATES
Whether you are fishing, diving or just out to see the sights, a charter is the best way to experience it!
A full day charter is the best way to experience the complete range of fishing or diving options available to you. Many sites are 30-40 miles offshore and require an extended trip to reach them and experience what they have to offer. If you’re fishing, this includes snapper or grouper fishing (depending on the season) in deeper water. If you’re diving, perhaps enjoying one of the many “holes” (extinct underwater springs) in the area. Weather and travel times are always considered.
Full Day for $1400
3/4 Day Charter for $1000
Half Day Charter for $750
Dive Charter includes 2 tanks + 2 stops
Cocktail/Sunset Cruise $300
Offshore Transaction $500
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What’s included in the price?
We have two modes of operation: basic and catered. Our basic trip includes the boat, fuel, ice, bait, tackle, coolers and (hopefully) fish. You bring the food and beverages of your choice. We can provide food and beverages if you wish. Please call to discuss a menu.
What should I bring?
A hat, sunscreen a (rain) jacket or sweater, a towel and an adventurous attitude. also, bring plenty to drink and whatever you’d like to eat. If you take prescription medication, please bring a 24-hour supply in the original container–things can happen.
What should I leave at home?
No weapons are permitted on board, even if you have a permit. No drugs unless prescribed to you by your physician. No other contraband such as ammunition or drug paraphernalia please. Glass bottles are best left ashore. Service animals are welcome, but no pets, please.
What time do we leave?
Basically, any time you want. Normally, we like to leave the dock by 7:30 AM for morning trips and 1:00 PM for afternoon trips, but we can vary that as needed.
What time do we return?
We plan our arrival back to the dock as closely as possible to the schedule but please be aware that unforeseen circumstances can happen (weather, mechanical problems, etc.). We ask that you notify a responsible person on shore of our “float plan” and ask them to call authorities if they do not hear from you in a reasonable time.
How do I book a trip?
It is usually best to work out your party’s logistic first, then call us to reserve a trip date. The farther out you book the trip, the more likely the dates you want will be available. Our rates vary and are subject to change so call us. We even offer specials!