Bareboat Charter up to 11 people
Call 850-714-1097 for availability and booking. $150 deposit at the time of booking. The rest is to be paid two days before the scheduled trip. *prices are before tax*
Spend the day on the fun-loaded double-decker pontoon we like to call The Black Beauty by S.E.A. Chase Charters
Built-in Jump Pad
- Couch Float
Seating on upper and lower decks
- Out of Destin Location
March 3 - May 12
$495/4 hrs. plus $200 operator
9 am-1 pm or 2 pm-6 pm
$695/8 hrs. plus $400 operator
10 am-6 pm
May 13 - Sept 9
$695/4 hrs. plus $200 operator
9 am-1 pm or 2 pm-6 pm
$1295/8 hrs. plus $400 operator
10 am-6 pm
Operating under the U.S. Coast Guard's Bareboat Charter regulations. When booking, you are chartering and paying for the boat only. We will provide you with a list of pre-approved drivers/operators that are required to be paid separately from the boat, as well as a fuel surcharge. You will receive your Charterer (Lessee) Agreement & Waiver with your booking confirmation. Operator fees reflect the pricing above.
Frequently Asked Questions
When does my card get charged?
For larger groups over 6 passengers, your credit card will be charged 15% of full amount. You will get a call the day before your trip to collect the remaining amount.
In the event that you cancel your trip, this deposit may be refunded in accordance with the cancellation policy below.
What is the cancellation policy?
Since we are a seasonal business, all bookings are subject to a strict 7-day cancellation policy. The charge will not be refunded if you cancel within 7-days of your cruise. Trips may be rescheduled, but are subject to availability. Cancellations within 7-days will not be refunded for any reason, including sudden illness or injury. Be prepared to lose your deposit if you do not show up for your cruise.
What if the weather doesn't cooperate?
If the weather is unfavorable and the Captain calls off the activity, the tour may be rescheduled for a later time or a full refund will be issued. This decision is at the Captain’s discretion. Temperature, the color of the water, and overcast days do not apply to a weather-related cancelation.
Do babies count as passengers?
Yes. The United States Coast Guard counts every living, breathing person on the boat as a passenger on the vessel. We are legally only allowed to carry a certain number of total passengers (plus captain and crew).
Can we bring our own food and drinks?
Absolutely! We will provide a cooler filled with ice and encourage you to fill it with your favorite food and drinks. Take full advantage of having a captain responsible for driving while you enjoy the day!
What should I pack?
Pack like you would when visiting the beach or pool. Towels, sunscreen, swimsuits, coverups, drinks, snacks, water games, and floats are all recommended. You may also want to bring cash for Crab Island vendors if you would like to use their services, and gratuity for captain and crew (optional, but customary and appreciated!).
Is there access to bathrooms?
Yes, however, depending on the boat there may not be a restroom onboard.
Your captain will be aware of multiple restrooms around Crab Island and the Destin Harbor, in case of emergency. We recommend going before your cruise, so you do not have to take time away from your cruise for a restroom break!
Are dolphin sightings guaranteed?
Although it is extremely rare not to see dolphins on a cruise, it happens occasionally. Dolphins are wild animals. Some days they are shy, some days they are off following the food, some days they are simply hard to find. We spend every day on the water, which allows us to know their favorite spots and their habits according to the time of day. Dolphins love to keep us on our toes, but we always make a valiant effort trying to find them!