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Kid's Boat Ecotour Camp

Camps, Field Trips and Homeschool groups

A Boat Day is proud to offer special eco tours for our local students in surrounding Hillsborough, Pinellas and Pasco counties that would like to partake in a Homeschool or Camp field trip to our Tampa Bay estuary.  These educational tours will last an immersive 4 hours for groups up to 10 including the teacher/chaperon.

Our Boat Camp eco tours will depart in Clearwater, and navigate through the Intracoastal waterways around Clearwater and Dunedin on our beautiful Avalon Funship. This large double decker pontoon boat has plentiful seating, a banquet table, and a water slide! Our licensed professional Captain Matt, will tour the group around some of our beautiful and protected State Park Islands, which could include Caladesi Island, Honeymoon Island, Three Rooker Sandbars, Anclote Key and other smaller stops.   These islands are part of the largest open water estuary system in Florida, and play a significant role in keeping our oceans healthy and full of sealife. We will see dolphins and likely manatees along the way.  At our island’s stops students will explore the coast through a fun scavenger hunt. Wear your swimsuits, bring your goggles, snorkels, and masks for swimming in the shallows!

This is an experience like no other, bring your sense of fun and adventure!  We will provide shell bags and a cooler with ice and bottled water. Please bring along any snacks and drinks you like.  See here for a full list of FAQs!

Call or fill in the form below inquire and book your Boat Day field trip today!
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Avalon Funship Boat

The gorgeous Avalon Funship has plenty of seating, spacious lounge areas, a large mid-ship table and a water slide! Connect your playlist to our Bluetooth sound system to enjoy your favorite songs.

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