The law states anyone 12 or under must wear a life jacket. So that being said if your over 12 years old this is not a problem .
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1. Wear clothes that can get wet. Most people wear a bathing suit and or board shorts. 2. Bring a light weight long sleeve shirt, a hat, and sunglasses. 3. Small cooler such as the lunch box type ( size can hold 6-12 cans) These usually fit well on the kayaks. 4. Beverages 5. Some bottled water 6. Snacks such as some crackers, granola bar, fruit, etc. 7. Sandwich 8. Small can of bug spray. (depending on the time of year ) 9.Towel 10. Sunblock 11. Water shoes 12. Optional: a set of dry clothes and a dry towel to leave in your car for when you get back. 13. Optional: waterproof camera 14. Optional: small Poncho as we are in Florida and despite what the weather man says theirs always a possibility you might catch a little rain as much as we try…
Absolutely not. We will never sell, trade or give out your email intentionally to anyone. We will only send the newsletter out once a month. We will however send out promotional info and discounts for some of our services. You may opt out of the emails at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any of the emails we send out.
Gratuity is always greatly appreciated though not required.
Yes, gift certificates are available and they make perfect gifts for birthday’s or any other occasion! To purchase a gift certificate please contact us directly .
If you have tendency to get motion sickness in a car or other similar scenarios you may want to consider purchasing Dramamine or a similar treatment for motion sickness before participating.
Yes the weight limmits are diffrent for our kayaks and boards. our single sit in kayaks can accommodate up to 300 pounds. our single sit on top kayaks can accommodate up to 325 pounds. our paddle boards can accommodate up to 325 pounds.
All participants must sign a liability waiver before a tour or when renting.