Cruises, Tours, Rides, Snorkeling, Surfing Lessons
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Water Parks, Attractions, Tours, Amusement Centers
Full service marina located on the Destin Harbor at the foot of the Destin Bridge. Offering transient boat slips, gas, diesel, oil containment tank, pump out station, ice, bait, tackle, boating and beach items, apparel, soft drinks, snacks, beer and more. Home of SWOOP Party Fishing Boats and the HarborWalk Charters Fishing Fleet.
Harbor Events | 850.337.8250 | 66 Harbor Blvd., Destin FL
Sailboats rentals and lessons (17' Wind rider Trimarans, main sail and roller furling jib, fits 4 adults comfortably, limit of 800lbs), Pontoon Boats (safety equipment included, up to 12 people), Jet Skis (Yamaha 4 stroke wave runners, up to 3 people), Stand Up Paddle Boards.
850.461.2555 (By the foot of Brooks Bridge - Fort Walton Beach Side)
The SunVenture I Catamaran is the only dolphin cruise east of Destin, making it a convenient, fun cruise attraction for anyone in the Sandestin®, 30a/South Walton areas. The 45' SunVenture I offers a variety of Destin cruises, including Destin dolphin / sunset tours and Crab Island excursions. Available for private parties, weddings, rehearsal dinners, receptions, corporate outings, and more.
850.424.6465 | Docked at the Baytowne Marina in Sandestin®
Welcome to Crab Island.... an underwater boating and party island located on the North side of the Destin bridge. As you cross the Destin bridge, from April to November you will see anywhere from 10 to 200 boats anchored in the bay. This is where the locals anchor to spend the day swimming, snorkeling, and playing football. Yes....football as well as Frisbee and volleyball. Crab Island ranges from 2—10 feet deep... depending on where you anchor.
Bring money... During the summer season there is a restaurant/snack barge selling hamburgers and fast food. They also have a huge water trampoline. By boat, vendors sell Ice cream, boiled peanuts, and steam shrimp.
Holiday weekends are a little crazy on Crab Island... look out for the locals.