Captain Adam is originally from Australia. He has 20 years of experience as a boat captain and has traveled all over the world. Plus he has some spectacular culinary skills!
Captain Carlos is originally from Brasil and has many years of experience running boat tours. His fun personality will make your boat tour a memorable one.
Captain Frank has years of experience working boats in the Keys and the islands around Clearwater. His laid back personality and local knowledge will make your tour amazing.
Captain Jesse is one of our most knowledgeable captains. He can give you lots of information about the islands and the animals that inhabit the area.
Captain Marcos is extremely friendly and will show you the islands and waterways. He has many years of experience and will help make your day fun and exciting.
Captain Brian is a very experienced, extremely personable captain. He will definitely make sure you have a good time. He loves showing everyone the amazing beauty of our area and will make your trip memorable.
We love helping larger groups plan a great day on the water! Requirements for larger groups (7-10 passengers) are different than smaller groups. This means a little more paperwork. If your group has over 6 passengers on any of our boats, a valid Bareboat Charter Agreement is necessary so that we meet strict United States Coast Guard regulations.
A Bareboat Charter Agreement is similar to a rental in that it essentially gives you complete possession and control of the vessel during the time period specified in the agreement. With our smaller groups (1-6 passengers) we provide a captain who takes you on a charter. In a Bareboat Agreement, you choose who operates the vessel, but we realize most people do not have the experience or skills necessary, or don’t know how or where to find a qualified captain. Therefore we provide a list of recommended U.S. Coast Guard licensed captains from which you may choose, based upon availability.
Hiring a captain gives you peace of mind so you can enjoy a stress-free day of boating without worrying about where to go, breaking the boat, or having a drink safely. No matter which option you choose, for the safety of the passengers and public, and care of the vessel, the vessel owner requires that the operator of the vessel, or captain brought or hired by charterer, be a qualified and competent person who holds a valid U.S. Coast Guard Merchant Mariner license and shall be trained to operate, and responsible for the safe navigation of, the vessel. If you have any questions please give us a call.