FAQs

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Frequently Asked Questions

Please arrive to the dock at least 20 minutes prior to your cruise departure time to check-in and sign a waiver. Preview waiver here
We provide drinking water and an ice-filled cooler.

Passengers are permitted and encouraged to bring their own food and beverage. Alcoholic beverages are allowed on the charter boat and may only be consumed by passengers aged 21 or older. We do not allow glass bottles or red wine onboard.

Space is limited so please only bring what you need: phone, ID, sunglasses, food, beverage, waterproof bag, and maybe a jacket if you get cold.

NO:
– Drugs, narcotics, or weapons
– Cigarettes, cigars, or vape pens
– Glass bottles or red wine
– Messy and greasy food
– Styrofoam, feather boas, or confetti
– No heels, dress shoes, or sneakers with black bottom soles

We want your crew to have fun and be safe, and so does the United States Coast Guard. Because of this, they have a few rules in place.

If you have more than 6 paying passengers on a crewed boat (yes, we provide the Master Captain and deckhand), the USCG requires the vessel to be inspected. These inspections are annual and bi-annual to ensure the vessel meets all safety standards. All safety equipment and the entire vessel are meticulously reviewed. In addition to equipment, the captain and deckhand must demonstrate proper training and be enrolled in a random drug testing program.

As required by the USCG, our Certificate of Inspection is prominently displayed. And you can rest assured that our insurance is appropriate for a USCG-inspected vessel.

The boat has a vinyl top; however, the sides are open. If we experience light rain or wind during your event, you may get some sea spray or rain through the sides. We recommend bringing a jacket and waterproof bag for your valuables just in case.
Yes, children are allowed on the charter boat; however, anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
The boat is wheelchair friendly, however due to dock heights and fluctuations caused by tidal changes, access from the dock to the boat may be difficult or un-accessible via a wheelchair. Please contact us to discuss your needs further. We want everyone to enjoy the water!
Safety Comes First

Our Inclement Weather Policy


Mother Nature can be a little unpredictable, especially here in Southwest Florida. While our cruises typically operate rain or shine, we prioritize the safety and comfort of our guests above all else. If the Captain determines that weather conditions pose a risk to the safety of the vessel or its passengers, the cruise may be canceled or modified.

In the event of inclement weather, we will make every effort to reach out to you as early as possible, no later than 1.5 hours before the scheduled departure time. If the cruise is canceled by the captain due to unforeseen weather conditions, you will be entitled to a full refund.

In the event of strong winds or rough seas, our team will explore alternative sailing locations that offer more protected waters. This may involve changing the pick-up location, modifying the route, or slightly adjusting the departure time. Our goal is to ensure that your cruise experience remains enjoyable and memorable, even in challenging weather conditions.

We value your understanding and cooperation as we navigate any weather-related changes. Our team is committed to providing you with accurate and timely updates, ensuring that you have the information you need to plan your event.

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