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Sunset Cruise

There is something truly magical about sunsets here in northeast Florida and their is no way better to watch them then on the water! Enjoy the beautiful views and Florida wildlife with your favorite drink in hand before stopping to enjoy the sunset. We have 3 different sunset cruise locations each will last about 2 hours.

Up to 6 Passengers // 2 Hour Boat Time

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Cumberland Island

The Cumberland Island tour leaves from Fernandina Harbour and traveling north past the historic Fernandina Old Town and Fort Clinch to Cumberland island. We will continue up the island showing off the secluded, white sand beach, historical ruins and wild horses roaming the beaches.

We will then dock the boat and allow the guests to roam freely on the island for 2 hours to explore the Dungeness ruins, Plum Orchard Mansion, and Greyfield Inn before getting back on the boat and heading back. This is a very unique experience and awesome for families!

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Bird Island

A boat tour of Bird Island is the ultimate way to immerse yourself in its beauty and biodiversity. During the tour, a knowledgeable guide will take you on a journey through the surrounding waters, where you will have the chance to spot a variety of wildlife, including manatees, dolphins, and more.

Once you reach the island, you'll have the opportunity to relax on the beach, go for a walk along the trails, and enjoy a picnic in one of the many picnic areas with tables and grills. Whether you're a nature lover, bird-watcher, or simply looking to spend a day on the water, a boat tour of Bird Island is the perfect choice.

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Jacksonville Zoo Tour

During the boat tour, you'll enjoy a leisurely ride along the zoo's waterways, where you'll have the chance to see a variety of animals in their natural habitats. From majestic elephants and graceful giraffes to playful monkeys and colorful birds, there is something for everyone at the Jacksonville Zoo.

 

In addition to the wildlife viewing, the boat tour also offers breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape. With lush vegetation, tranquil lakes, and sparkling waterways, the Jacksonville Zoo is a nature lover's paradise.

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Fort George

Fort George is a historic landmark located on the eastern end of Amelia Island. Built in 1736 by the Spanish, the fort was later occupied by the British during the American Revolution. Today, visitors can explore the remains of the fort and learn about its rich history through interpretive exhibits and guided tours. The fort is surrounded by beautiful natural scenery and offers stunning views of the Amelia River. It's a must-visit destination for history buffs and anyone interested in exploring the area's unique past.

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Black Creek

Black Creek is a beautiful waterway that winds through the Osceola National Forest in Northeast Florida. This picturesque creek offers a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, with its tranquil waters and lush surrounding foliage. Visitors can kayak or canoe down the creek, fish for bass and bream, or simply take in the scenery on a leisurely hike. Wildlife is abundant along the creek, with sightings of deer, otters, and various bird species. With its natural beauty and serene atmosphere, Black Creek is a hidden gem that's well worth a visit.

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Redneck Beach

Redneck Beach is a popular vacation destination located in the Florida Panhandle. Known for its white sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters, the area offers a variety of activities for visitors to enjoy. Whether you're looking to relax on the beach, swim in the Gulf of Mexico, or explore the surrounding nature reserves, there's something for everyone in Redneck City Beach. The area is also home to a wide range of restaurants, bars, and shops, making it easy to find great food and souvenirs. With its beautiful scenery and laid-back atmosphere, Redneck Beach is a great place to escape for a beach vacation.

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Bayard Point

Bayard Point is a serene and secluded park located in Jacksonville, Florida, along the St. Johns River. The park offers a variety of activities, including fishing, boating, and hiking. The highlight of Bayard Point is its stunning views of the river, which can be enjoyed from the park's scenic overlook. Visitors can also explore the park's walking trails, which wind through the surrounding woods and offer a chance to spot local wildlife. For those who want to get out on the water, the park has a boat ramp and dock, making it easy to launch a kayak or canoe. With its peaceful atmosphere and beautiful natural scenery, Bayard Point is a hidden gem that's well worth a visit.

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Exchange Club Island

Exchange Club Island is a small, secluded island located in the St. Johns River in Jacksonville, Florida. The island is accessible only by boat, making it a peaceful and secluded retreat from the surrounding city. Visitors can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities on the island, such as fishing, picnicking, and hiking. The island also features a playground, making it a great spot for families with children. The highlight of Exchange Club Island is its beautiful natural scenery, which includes views of the river and lush vegetation. It's a great spot to relax and unwind while enjoying the sights and sounds of the surrounding nature.

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St. Augustine

Lael Shell Beach Sandbar

Shell Beach Sandbar is a popular destination for boaters and beachgoers located in St. Petersburg, Florida. This stunning sandbar stretches out into the Gulf of Mexico, creating a shallow area of crystal-clear water that's perfect for swimming, sunbathing, and exploring. The sandbar is also a popular spot for fishing, with anglers often catching redfish, snook, and trout in the surrounding waters. The area is surrounded by beautiful natural scenery and offers stunning views of the Gulf of Mexico.

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Bridge of Lions

The Bridge of Lions is an iconic landmark located in St. Augustine, Florida. This beautiful bridge spans over the Matanzas River, connecting the historic downtown area with Anastasia Island. The bridge is famous for its unique design, which features two beautiful marble lions guarding the entrance. The Bridge of Lions was originally built in 1927 and underwent a major restoration in 2010, which restored its original grandeur.
The area surrounding the bridge is also home to a variety of restaurants, shops, and historic sites, making it a great spot to explore while visiting St. Augustine. The Bridge of Lions is a must-see destination for anyone visiting the area, offering a glimpse into the city's rich history and stunning natural beauty.

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