One of our most popular dolphin cruise, the Blue Angel Practice Tour! Catch this rare opportunity to search for dolphins and watch the famous U.S. Navy Blue Angels team practice their thrilling aerial maneuvers.
- Restroom Available
- Complimentary Bottled Water
- Small Coolers Allowed, Guests over 21 allowed to bring alcoholic beverages
- Glass is prohibited
- Private Cruises Available
- USCG Licensed Captain
- USCG Approved & Required Safety Equipment
- Music provided along with information on dolphins, marine, wildlife and historical sites by your Captain.
- Open air covered canopy
- Adult Ages 12+
- Child Ages 11 and under
- Private Charter Up to 6 people
Awesome Aquatic Adventure!
Welcome aboard for your aquatic adventure to watch for and observe the beauty of our dolphins, marine, and wildlife. As we venture out, your Captain will provide you with some fascinating and fun facts about these graceful creatures as well as other animals and historical sites. Please arrive a minimum of thirty (30) minutes prior to your departure. We will not delay our departure time for guests that are running late.
Dolphins sleep with only half of their brain at a time. They close one eye, which allows the
opposite side of the brain to go into sleep mode. It is more like we would think of as a deep
meditation. They don’t have a specific time to rest or sleep like humans do. They decide to
sleep as a group and most of the pod will go into this half sleep at the time.
• Sleep about 8 hours per day
• About 8 hours a day dedicated to fishing
Famously sleep with one eye open
• Sonar is their main tool used for tracking fish
• Adult dolphins eat about 20 pounds of fish a day
• Often in groups of about 4, but can vary widely.
• About 8 hours a day dedicated to fishing.
Sonar is their main tool used for tracking fish
Dolphins are opportunistic when it comes to fishing, and do not have a set schedule for
hunting. When dolphins are in a playful, social mood they are full of energy and exuberance.
Social time usually starts off with several dolphins swimming together, rubbing pectoral fins,
and being extremely tactile with one another. Sometimes the younger dolphins and babies will
play games with one another, tossing a sand dollar, playing tag with a piece of seaweed, and
even wrestling each other. Some of these behaviors even mimic adult dolphin mating behavior.
Dolphins might be seen racing around, jumping, or lounging. Often playful dolphins are when
we get the closest views, as they’ll often come over to check out the boat.
We participate in the Dolphin SMART Program:
And also if you want to learn about marine and wildlife, click here.
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