New schedule and booking will be available on April 1st. 2020.


Frequently Asked Questions

How many people can you carry?  

USCG allows us to carry up to six passengers plus crew at this time.  


Are children allowed?  

Yes, children are allowed. Please advise us 24 hours prior to your cruise on how many children you are bringing so that we can accommodate them with proper life jackets. Children under 12 must always wear a life jacket. A child counts towards the six-person capacity.

  

Do you operate in the rain?  

Our roof will keep you dry in case of a passing shower. If a steady rain is forecast, we may cancel the cruise. We will make every effort to notify you should we have to cancel in advance. You will be offered a refund for your ticket or a rain check towards another trip with us. If during a cruise, the Captain decides that the weather dictates that the cruise be terminated, a rain check for another trip will be given to each passenger.  


What is your cancellation policy?  

We will offer you a refund for your cruise ticket that is cancelled 48 hours in advance. If you need to cancel within 48 hours, we will issue you a refund if we are able to fill your cancelled booking. A No-show at cruise time will not be refunded. We reserve the right to cancel any cruise due to mechanical, weather, safety, or behavioral issues. You will be given a rain check to re-book at another time (except for behavioral issues along with alcohol related cancellations- there will be no refund or reschedule allowed).  


Can I bring my own alcohol on board?  

No. We have assorted beer, frozen cocktails, wine, and other alcoholic beverages for sale on board. Our liquor license does not allow any alcohol to be brought on or for drinks to leave from our vessel. We also sell assorted soft drinks and water. We sell an assortment of prepackaged food and snacks as well.  


What should I wear?  

Shoes and shirts are required on board. This is a possibility that splash over could get your shoes a little wet. It’s always a bit cooler on the water than on land so plan accordingly.


Are  the Captain and Crew trained?

Captain Scott is a holder of a 50T Master License from the USCG. He has navigated on these local waters both commercially and recreationally for over 35 years. Both he and First mate Karen are enrolled in a mandatory drug screening program approved by the USCG. We are also First responder and CPR certified. There is a first aid kit on board as well. We are fully licensed and fully insured. You are in good hands when cruising with us. Your safety is paramount!  


Should I tip my Captain and Crew?  

Our Captain and crew do work for tips, so gratuity is appreciated. They work hard to make your trip safe and to provide you with an amazing experience on our Tiki boat.  


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