Our tiki boat has a max of 6 passengers, this does not include the captain. The capacity is a US Coast Guard restriction and includes all living people regardless of age. Unfortunately, we have absolutely no flexibility in the capacity of the boats due to federal regulations regarding boats for hire.
Yes, our tiki boat has undergone a 2022 Vessel Safety Check certificate for the United States Coast Guard. Our vessel has all necessary safety and precautionary equipment that is prescribed by Federal and State laws.
Most of our tours are two hours long. However, on certain days of the week, there are 3.5hr tours that are dedicated to trips where patrons can relax and swim at the sandbar or trips to local restaurants via our tiki boat. If there is not a scheduled trip after your trip, you can talk to your captain about extending your trip for an additional fee.
Yes! We designed our tiki boat with customer well-being in mind. There is nothing worse than being on a booze cruise that you cannot leave and needing to use the bathroom. To ensure the bathroom is consistently operational, we ask if it's brown, wait for town!
Unfortunately we do not allow fishing from our tiki boat. However, our captains are all avid fisherman and can provide you with suggestions on fishing charters in the area or give you suggestions on fishing from the surf!
Yes! We want to provide you with the perfect tiki tour that enables you to relax and enjoy the company that you have around you. We encourage all of our patrons to relax, the way they want to, and enjoy any alcoholic beverages, responsibly. If your captain suspects that anyone on your trip has compromised safety as a result of intoxication, the trip will be canceled with no refund.
Yes! You may bring your own snacks, drinks, and alcoholic drinks. There is plenty of counter / bar space aboard our boat for whatever you may bring. On board, there is a large cooler stocked with ice. You are more than welcome to use our cooler to hold whatever beverages or cold food that you have.