Dolphins are non-migratory which means they are in the area year-round and our captains are very familiar with where to find them.
On our guided jet ski tours, we will take you deep into the 10,000 islands, where no boat can venture.
We guarantee you will see dolphins and other wildlife that live in the area.
Cape Romano is one of the many stops along the 30 mile route. From the Gulf of Mexico and into the pristine estuary of the 10,000 Islands, you will see an array of wildlife that will keep you captivated the entire time.
Our tours leave from Caxambas Marina on the south end of Marco Island. Our Jet skis hold up to 3 guests (450 lbs).
Florida law states all boaters who were born on or after January 1, 1988 must have in their possession a valid boating safety education ID card while operating any motorized vessel of 10hp or more.
You must complete and possess the boater Safety course in order to take the tour! Bring the certificate in your mobile device or printed out.
To take your boater safety course online a link will be included in your confirmation email.
Age and Operator Restrictions:
No one under the age of 16 years may operate a personal watercraft (PWC) on Florida waters at any time, even if such person possesses a Florida Boating Safety Education I.D. Card.
We depart from Caxambas Park Marina at the south end of Marco Island. Caxambas Park is a beautiful water access point located at 909 Collier Ct.
This location includes a four-acre park, ample free parking, restrooms, concessions for sale from sunscreen to food and allows easy access to the northern Ten Thousand Islands or Gulf of Mexico.
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