St. Petersburg & Tampa Bay

1What is included with charter package?

All the boats have color chart plotters and laminated charts for our cruising area. Your boat will have linens, towels, blankets, pillows, and galley ware. We provide cleaning supplies with a starter kit of paper towels and toilet paper. All safety equipment, including life jackets are provided. A BBQ grill with propane tanks is located on the stern rail of the boat.

2Is a dinghy included?

A dinghy and outboard engine are available for $ 10/day or $ 60/week. Please book your dinghy at the time of reservation.

3Will dock staff help me dock the boat?

Dock staff are available 7 days per week from 9-5. The dock staff will pull the boat out of the slip for you. Upon returning, the dock staff will meet you on a T-Head and help you dock the boat.

4Do you provide a briefing on the day of the charter?

A briefing Captain is assigned to each charter. Your briefing Captain will complete a full chart and boat briefing on your boat. During the briefing you and your Captain will develop a float plan for your cruise. If you have questions during the cruise, the briefing Captain is available to answer your questions.

5Are dogs or cats permitted on the boat charter?

Unfortunately, dogs or cats are not permitted on the charters due to allergic reactions of other charter guests. If you have a service dog, special arrangements are available.

6Is fishing permitted aboard the boats?

We can provide rod holders for your fishing poles and tackle. Out of state fishing licenses can be purchased at Wal Mart or through the Florida Fish and Wildlife website.

7Have more Questions?

Head over to the “Resources” tab on the menu bar and go to the FAQ’s link on that page. If you still have questions after that, please email: dockmaster@sailingflorida.com

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