Most Frequently Asked Questions
In over 30 years in this business we’ve been asked some very interesting questions. Most of the answers can be found on our web site, but can be missed because we have built a somewhat elaborate site with lots of stuff to look at. So we figured that we would compile this list of questions and answers for you!
$75.00 per person.
$55.00 per person.
Yes, you need to make reservations, and as soon as you can since we limit our charters to 6 persons. The best way to make reservations is to call us. (and we prefer it) When you call we can answer any questions that you may have. We will need to know where you’re staying and a way to reach you in case of bad weather.
The 1/2 day charter is approximately 4 hours. Example: If we leave the dock at 9am we will be back by 1:00pm.
Approximately 2 hours. Departure time depends on the time of year. In the winter we depart at 4:00 pm returning at 6 pm. In the summer we depart at 6 pm and return approximately at 8:30.
We run one (1) half sail-snorkel day trip and one (1) sunset sail each day. Depending on weather.
One, and it’s the best! You won’t see any crowded snorkel boats where we go. And just to clarify something, moving the boat from one spot to another on the same reef, (as they do) isn’t the same as going to two different reefs like they lead you to believe. (not in my book, anyway)
In the winter you will be much more comfortable with a shorty wetsuit on although the water doesn’t go below 73 degrees.
No. You are welcome to bring whatever you wish for refreshments. (absolutely no illegal drugs of any kind) You may even bring a cooler if you wish. We have a small refrigerator on board.
Nope, it’s a little to far to go in 4 hours.
Cash, Travelers Checks, or Credit Cards are fine.
In the past we’ve had mixed results with children. You have to realize that you will be 6 miles out in the ocean. It’s rare that we have flat calm days and that is what you need for small children. They are considered “people” by the Coast Guard standards so they must be charged since they are taking away from our 6 person maximum carrying capacity. We are not saying that we won’t take you and your family, we are just being “up front” with you. We recommend for families with small children to visit the reef on the Glass Bottom Boat. The Key Largo Princess at the Holiday Inn in Key Largo is a very nice 2 hour ride and great for kids.
We wish we could, we really do. The problem is that it’s 170 miles from Key Largo, a little to far for a 1/2 day trip.
You can stop looking, we don’t offer the $2. off coupon. It’s a technique used by cattle boats to lure you onto their 49 passenger cattle boat.