Docked at the marina at The Village of Baytowne Wharf, the SunVenture I is a 45-foot catamaran, and it’s the only family boat excursion available east of Destin.
SunVenture’s eco/dolphin/sunset cruises feature a 2-hour narrated tour that enables guests to explore Choctawhatchee Bay and experience Emerald Coast sea life up close (including dolphins, sting rays and birds). The 2-hour cruises are offered at 6 p.m., four to five times every week, for $30 per adult and $18 for children 2 to 14 years old. Infants 1 and under are free. (This applies to both the dolphin and Crab Island Cruises.)
If you’re craving a different kind of wild life, you can take a fun cruise over to Crab Island — consistently rated as one of the top “things to do” in Destin. There, guests can jump into waist-deep emerald green waters, mingle with friends, relax, and play. These 5-hour Crab Island cruises are offered every Sunday at 11 a.m. ($45 per adult, $25 for children 2 to 13 years old, and infants 1 and under 3 are free).
“It’s almost like having your own party boat, but you can leave the driving to Captain Rick, a seasoned boating veteran who knows the Emerald Coast waters like the back of his hand,” said SunQuest Cruises general manager, James Murray, Jr.
The SunVenture’s open deck and state-of-the-art sound system also make it a great venue for private parties (up to 49 people!), including weddings, rehearsal dinners, receptions, corporate outings, bachelor and bachelorette parties, and more.
Whatever the occasion, the SunVenture is a fantastic way for water lovers in the Sandestin, Scenic Highway 30A and South Walton areas to explore some of the area’s top attractions and natural habitats.
For more info, call 850.424.6465 or visit www.SunVentureCruises.com.
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