No, you pay after the tour is over.
No, we supply life jackets for all guests. However, if you have a small child you can bring a life jacket they are comfortable in as long as it USCG approved.
Yes, we accept both forms of payment.
A hat, sunscreen, towels, sunglasses- typical beach day stuff. You can bring a small cooler for drinks and snacks if you like, just no glass bottles or BANANAS.
Yes, everyone is counted as a passenger of the boat. The Coast Guard only allows 6 passengers per vessel.
Once we are underway will we look for dolphins around the bay and the gulf. If conditions are ideal, you will be able to get into the water. Remember dolphins are wild and it is possible they could swim near you. Usually female dolphins with babies will not interact at all. Most of the time you will be able to see the dolphins better from the boat. Afterwards, we will anchor at Shell Island where you can swim and snorkel.
No, it is illegal to feed dolphins.
No, it is illegal to touch or harass a dolphin.
Yes, we have a variety of sizes available to use. However, you can always bring your own if you choose. We do not provide fins.