10-DAY, DRY TORTUGAS AND KEY WEST ITINERARY

Dry Tortugas and Key West

For the sailor or want-to-be cruiser, immerse yourself in the cruising lifestyle with this 10-day itinerary.

Day 1: Cruising 

  • Depart Dunedin, Florida early morning.

  • Head directly south out of cell phone range to disconnect from any distractions. 

  • This is your day to relax, listen to the waves or your favorite tunes, watch for sea life, read a book, or just snooze with the breeze in your face.

  • As the sun sets, gaze into the starry sky devoid of any light pollution. Open your star gazing app to identify the countless constellations glittering overhead.

Day 2: Cruising 

  • Continue cruising through Florida Bay and watch for “Land Ho.”

  • Arrive at Dry Tortugas National Park to watch the picture perfect sunset from Fort Jefferson on Garden Key.

  • Located 70 miles west of Key West, Dry Tortugas is truly the end of the line for the Florida Keys.

Day 3: Anchor - Garden Key

  • Explore the main attraction of Dry Tortugas – Fort Jefferson. 

  • Fort Jefferson is one of the largest 19th century forts along the United States. Although it never saw a battle, Fort Jefferson has earned its place in American History. Attend one of the daily guided tours or explore on your own; you can read the plaques to learn about the place Ponce de Leon discovered in 1513.

  • After a hardy lunch, take the opportunity to explore the rest of the anchorage. A nesting ground for hundreds of bird species, Bush Key and Long Key are part of the Great Florida Birding Trail where you can see bird species not found anywhere else in America.

  • Jump right off the boat into some of the best snorkeling in the US. Dry Tortugas sits on the edge of the Florida Keys Reef System, the 3rd largest in the world. With healthy coral, abundant marine life, and shipwrecks, there’s plenty to discover.

Day 4: Anchor - Garden Key

  • Cruise over to the largest island in Dry Tortugas – Loggerhead Key.

  • Loggerhead Key is only accessible by private vessel since the ferry and sea planes from Key West do not offer trips to this location. Take a walk back in time, as you will most likely only share the island with the park ranger charged with manning the lighthouse. Spend the day on your private island swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, or just lounging on the beach.

Day 5: Cruising

  • Depart Dry Tortugas National Park.

  • Spend the day entranced by the crystal clear turquoise water as we sail 12 hours into lively Key West Harbor.

  • Dock at Key West Bight Marina and enjoy a night on the town.

  • Don’t miss a cocktail from Sloppy Joe’s and Captain Tony’s where Jimmy Buffet was discovered.

Day 6: Dock - Key West

  • Sleep in and use this day to explore the sights and sounds of vibrant Key West.

  • Besides the Duval Crawl, Key West has a lot to offer in less than 8 square miles. Visit the southernmost point in the continental U.S., the Butterfly Museum, or even see a 6-toed cat at the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum.

  • Learn about Key West’s infamous beginnings at the Shipwreck Museum then head over to Mel Fisher’s Maritime Museum to get your own piece of a 17th Century shipwreck.

Day 7: Dock - Key West

  • Get out on the water! Swim with schools of jack and sergeant majors while searching for lobster under rock ledges around brain and fan coral at Sand Key Lighthouse, Rock Key, and Eastern Dry Rock.

Day 8: Dock - Key West

  • Beach Day! Visit Woman Key for a swim in crystal clear turquoise water.

  • Take the kayaks for a tour or just lounge on the secluded beach.

Day 9: Cruising

  • Depart Key West early morning.

  • Another day of relaxation while cruising off the grid through Florida Bay.

  • Enjoy a succulent meal underway with a picture perfect sunset as the backdrop before calling it a night.

Day 10: Cruising​

  • As we make our way back into cell phone range, take the last few hours of the trip to lounge on the trampolines, searching for playful dolphins with renewed energy to return home.

  • Arrive late evening to Dunedin, Florida.

*The days have recommendations, but this is your trip to do with whatever you’d like.  You can even choose to sit on Kuma’s deck, drink wine all day, and just watch the world pass by!

7-DAY, WEEK-LONG TRIP ITINERARY

Captiva and Sanibel Islands

Day 1: Cruising

  • Board Kuma Too early morning and spend the day sailing along Florida’s West Coast.

  • This is your day to relax and listen to the waves or your favorite tunes.

  • Anchor at Bradenton Beach or Sarasota Bay for a good night’s rest before continuing on.

Day 2: Cruising

  • Enjoy the day looking for sea life, reading a book, or just snoozing with the breeze in your face.

  • Get a taste of the cruising lifestyle with tasty meals underway and a picture perfect sunset as the backdrop before anchoring in Pelican Bay.

Day 3: Pelican Bay, Cayo Costa

  • Explore Cayo Costa State Park. Former fishing grounds of the Calusa Indians, Cayo Costa offers nine miles of untouched Florida coastline.

  • Spend the day swimming, snorkeling, shelling, bird watching or surveying the many nature trails throughout the island.

  • Take a dinghy ride in search of manatees and dolphins or paddle the kayaks through the mangroves’ Tunnel of Love.

  • Have dinner at the Historic Cabbage Key Inn and Restaurant. With a history dating to 100 BC, Cabbage Key has seen Florida’s West Coast through centuries of transformation.

Day 4: Sanibel & Captiva Islands

  • Spend the day shelling and swimming on 15 miles of beaches.

  • Discover all that Sanibel & Captiva Islands have to offer. Museums, theaters, and art galleries line the streets between local eateries and beach access points.

Day 5: Gasparilla Island

  • After twice-cooked French toast for breakfast, we motor north to Gasparilla Island.

  • Visit the Port Boca Grande Lighthouse and Museum then browse the upscale shops at the former Boca Grande Railroad Depot.

Day 6: Cruising

  • For a change of scenery, we take the Intracoastal Waterway north through Englewood and Venice before spending the night in Sarasota.

  • As we cruise through the Intracoastal Waterway, take in all the sites of the backwoods Florida’s small towns.

  • Spend the evening playing board games or hit the town for a few cocktails.

Day 7: Cruising​

  • As we make our way towards Dunedin, take the last few hours of the trip to lounge on the trampolines, searching for playful dolphins with renewed energy to return home.

  • Arrive late evening to Dunedin, Florida.

*The days have recommendations, but this is your trip to do with whatever you’d like.  You can even choose to sit on Kuma’s deck, drink wine all day, and just watch the world pass by!

7-DAY, WEEK-LONG TRIP ITINERARY

Egmont Key and Sarasota

Day 1: Cruising

  • Depart Dunedin, Florida mid-morning.

  • Spend the day sailing in the Gulf of Mexico before heading into Tampa Bay Channel as cruise ships and barges pass by. Fix your eyes on the dolphins leaping in the wake of the passing ships!

  • Anchor in Manatee River, as we prepare dinner with a sunset backdrop.

Day 2: Egmont Key

  • Cruise over to Egmont Key for a beach day.

  • Located at the mouth of Tampa Bay, Egmont Key is known for its beautiful bluish/green water, mix of local birds and the gopher tortoises that roam free. Egmont Key also houses Fort Dade that protected Tampa Bay from Spanish attack during the Spanish-American War. Here you’ll be able to explore the old abandoned fort and picturesque beach.

Day 3: Emerson Point Park & Bradenton Beach

  • Explore Emerson Point Park. Located at the entrance of the Manatee River on the western bank of Snead Island is this lush mangrove-lined park with walking trails that is home to several Native American Temple Mounds. The thick vegetation of the island is home to a diverse mix of birds and fish.

  • Around lunchtime depart Snead Island bound for Bradenton Beach.

  • Tour the quaint strip of family owned shops and local eateries before spending a few hours on the sugar-sand beach.

Day 4: Sarasota

  • Pull up to the hustle and bustle of Downtown Sarasota.

  • Boasting a diverse dining and arts scene, Downtown Sarasota has so much to offer.

  • Pamper yourself for a few hours at one of the many spas within walking distance of the marina.

Day 5: Sarasota

  • A trip to Sarasota isn’t complete without a visit to St. Armand’s Circle to explore the boutiques, galleries, and restaurants.

  • St. Armand’s Circle describes itself perfectly as “a sophisticated outdoor dining and shopping area with distinct European flair [with] iconic examples of mid-century modern architecture.”

Day 6: Cruising

  • Spend the day sailing offshore. This is your time to relax, listen to the waves or your favorite tunes, watch for sea life, read a book or just snooze with the breeze in your face.

Day 7: Madeira Beach

  • Swim at the sandbar that local boat owners visit or walk across the street to beach for great shelling.

  • Visit John’s Pass Village & Boardwalk full of local restaurants and unique shops. What are you in the mood for - ice cream, beef jerky, wine, shrimp, tea, or craft beer? John’s Pass has it all and more! Whether you’re looking for a cigar or a hammock, you can find it at the specialty shops along the boardwalk.

  • As we make our way towards Dunedin, take the last few hours of the trip to lounge on the trampolines, searching for playful dolphins with renewed energy to return home.

  • Arrive late evening to Dunedin, Florida.

*The days have recommendations, but this is your trip to do with whatever you’d like.  You can even choose to sit on Kuma’s deck, drink wine all day, and just watch the world pass by!

7-DAY, WEEK-LONG TRIP ITINERARY

Dunedin and Pinellas Beaches

Day 1: Dunedin

  • Board Kuma Too mid-morning and get settled into your new home for the next week.

  • Sail by the picturesque backdrop of the nation's top-rated beaches of Clearwater Beach, Caladesi State Park, and Honeymoon Island along with a scenic cruise through the Intracoastal Waterway spotted with luxury homes where dolphins and birds race alongside you.

  • Anchor along Edgewater Drive for dinner with a view.

  • Spend the evening relaxing on board or go into town for a nightcap at one of the 7 breweries within walking distance of the marina.

Day 2: Dunedin

  • Kayak through the mangroves at Caladesi State Park or go for a swim at one of the nation’s top-rated beaches.

  • After a hardy lunch, head into town for some souvenir shopping. You won’t find any chain tourist shops here! Dunedin is proud of local business owners selling unique mementos.

Day 3: Three Rooker & Anclote Key

  • Spend the morning sailing in the Gulf of Mexico or Intracoastal Waterway before approaching Three Rooker Island for an afternoon beach stop.

  • Three Rooker Island is a local spot only accessible by boat; this barrier island was formed in the 1980s due to shifting currents and sand. Now it’s a prime hangout for the local boater or beachgoer looking to getaway.

  • Just a few miles north of Three Rooker Island lays another island only accessible by boat. Anclote Key contains lush mangroves, pine flatwoods and plenty of white sandy beach for shelling and other beach activities. There is an inland path to a lighthouse that was first commissioned in 1887.  The lighthouse has since been refurbished and is again an aid to navigation for mariners.  With over 400 acres to explore, there is no shortage of things to do or see on this island.

Day 4: Clearwater Beach

  • After breakfast, relax as the wind fills the sails with a morning cruise.

    • Anchor off Clearwater Beach and spend the day at the 2018 & 2019 number-1 rated beach. Watch the sunset from Pier 60 with street performers, Sunset Cinema, and local artists’ fare.

  • Spend a night on the town or take a starlit cruise to your next destination.

Day 5: Madeira Beach

  • Swim at the sandbar that local boat owners visit or walk across the street to beach for great shelling.

  • Visit John’s Pass Village & Boardwalk full of local restaurants and unique shops. What are you in the mood for - ice cream, beef jerky, wine, shrimp, tea, or craft beer? John’s Pass has it all and more! Whether you’re looking for a cigar or a hammock, you can find it at the specialty shops along the boardwalk.

Day 6: Treasure Island & Pass-A-Grill​

  • Spend the day anchored off Caddy’s on the Beach. Grab a drink while enjoying live music at Caddy’s then venture across the street to the “location the locals know,” Ka’Tiki.

  • Explore the quaint, laid back old Florida town of Pass-A-Grill. Grab an ice cream cone or shop at the outdoor art market. How about a spa day at the Legendary Pink Palace, Don CeSar Hotel?

Day 7: Cruising​

  • Spend the day sailing offshore. This is your time to relax, listen to the waves or your favorite tunes, watch for sea life, read a book or just snooze with the breeze in your face.

  • As we make our way towards Dunedin, take the last few hours of the trip to lounge on the trampolines, searching for playful dolphins with renewed energy to return home.

  • Arrive late evening to Dunedin, Florida.

*The days have recommendations, but this is your trip to do with whatever you’d like.  You can even choose to sit on Kuma’s deck, drink wine all day, and just watch the world pass by!

7-DAY, WEEK-LONG TRIP ITINERARY

Dry Tortugas National Park

For the sailor or want-to-be cruiser, consider this itinerary to experience the cruising lifestyle with off-the-grid living and overnights sails. 

Day 1: Cruising 

  • Depart Dunedin, Florida early morning.

  • Head directly south out of cell phone range to disconnect from any distractions. 

  • This is your day to relax, listen to the waves or your favorite tunes, watch for sea life, read a book, or just snooze with the breeze in your face.

  • As the sun sets, gaze into the starry sky devoid of any light pollution. Open your star gazing app to identify the countless constellations glittering overhead.

Day 2: Cruising 

  • Continue cruising through Florida Bay and watch for “Land Ho.”

  • Arrive at Dry Tortugas National Park to watch the picture perfect sunset from Fort Jefferson on Garden Key.

  • Located 70 miles west of Key West, Dry Tortugas is truly the end of the line for the Florida Keys.

Day 3: Anchor - Garden Key

  • Explore the main attraction of Dry Tortugas – Fort Jefferson. 

  • Fort Jefferson is one of the largest 19th century forts along the United States. Although it never saw a battle, Fort Jefferson has earned its place in American History. Attend one of the daily guided tours or explore on your own; you can read the plaques to learn about the place Ponce de Leon discovered in 1513.

  • After a hardy lunch, take the opportunity to explore the rest of the anchorage. A nesting ground for hundreds of bird species, Bush Key and Long Key are part of the Great Florida Birding Trail where you can see bird species not found anywhere else in America.

Day 4: Anchor - Garden Key

  • Cruise over to the largest island in Dry Tortugas – Loggerhead Key.

  • Loggerhead Key is only accessible by private vessel since the ferry and sea planes from Key West do not offer trips to this location. Take a walk back in time, as you will most likely only share the island with the park ranger charged with manning the lighthouse. Spend the day on your private island swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, or just lounging on the beach.

Day 5: Anchor - Garden Key

  • Immerse yourself in an underwater world.

  • Dry Tortugas sits at the end of the Florida Keys Reef System, the 3rd largest in the world. Spend the day cruising from one snorkel location to the next. With healthy coral, abundant marine life, and shipwrecks, there’s plenty to discover.

Day 6: Cruising

  • Depart Dry Tortugas National Park.

  • Another day of relaxation while cruising off the grid through Florida Bay.

  • Enjoy a succulent meal underway with a picture perfect sunset as the backdrop before calling it a night.

Day 7: Cruising​

  • As we make our way back into cell phone range, take the last few hours of the trip to lounge on the trampolines, searching for playful dolphins with renewed energy to return home.

  • Arrive late evening to Dunedin, Florida.

*The days have recommendations, but this is your trip to do with whatever you’d like.  You can even choose to sit on Kuma’s deck, drink wine all day, and just watch the world pass by!​

7-DAY, WEEK-LONG TRIP ITINERARY

Key West

For the sailor or want-to-be cruiser, consider this itinerary to experience the cruising lifestyle with overnights sails.

Day 1: Cruising

  • Depart Dunedin, Florida early morning and cruise along Florida’s West Coast.

  • This is your day to relax, listen to the waves or your favorite tunes, watch for sea life, read a book, or just snooze with the breeze in your face.

Day 2: Cruising

  • Continue cruising through Florida Bay and watch for “Land Ho.”

  • Sail past the iconic Sunset Celebration at Mallory Square before docking at Key West Bight Marina.

  • Don’t miss a cocktail from Sloppy Joe’s and Captain Tony’s where Jimmy Buffet was discovered.

Day 3: Dock - Key West

  • Sleep in and use this day to explore the sights and sounds of vibrant Key West.

  • Besides the Duval Crawl, Key West has a lot to offer in less than 8 square miles. Visit the southernmost point in the continental U.S., the Butterfly Museum, or even see a 6-toed cat at the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum.

  • Learn about Key West’s infamous beginnings at the Shipwreck Museum then head over to Mel Fisher’s Maritime Museum to get your own piece of a 17th Century shipwreck.

Day 4: Dock - Key West

  • Get out on the water! Swim with schools of jack and sergeant majors while searching for lobster under rock ledges around brain and fan coral at Sand Key Lighthouse, Rock Key, and Eastern Dry Rock.

Day 5: Dock - Key West

  • Beach Day! Visit Woman Key for a swim in crystal clear turquoise water.

  • Take the kayaks for a tour or just lounge on the secluded beach.

Day 6: Cruising

  • Depart Key West early morning.

  • Another day of relaxation while cruising off the grid through Florida Bay.

  • Enjoy a succulent meal underway with a picture perfect sunset as the backdrop before calling it a night.

Day 7: Cruising​

  • As we make our way back into cell phone range, take the last few hours of the trip to lounge on the trampolines, searching for playful dolphins with renewed energy to return home.

  • Arrive late evening to Dunedin, Florida.

*The days have recommendations, but this is your trip to do with whatever you’d like.  You can even choose to sit on Kuma’s deck, drink wine all day, and just people watch along Schooner's Wharf!

7-DAY, WEEK-LONG TRIP ITINERARY

A Little Taste of Dry Tortugas and Key West

For the sailor or want-to-be cruiser, consider this itinerary to experience the cruising lifestyle with overnights sails.

Day 1: Cruising

  • Depart Dunedin, Florida early morning.

  • Head directly south out of cell range to disconnect from any distractions. 

Day 2: Cruising

  • Continue cruising through Florida Bay and watch for “Land Ho.”

  • Arrive at Dry Tortugas National Park to watch the sunset from Fort Jefferson.

  • Fort Jefferson is one of the largest 19th century forts along the United States. Although it never saw a battle, Fort Jefferson has earned its place in American History. Attend one of the daily guided tours or explore on your own; you can read the plaques to learn about the place Ponce de Leon discovered in 1513.

  • After the sun sets, gaze into the starry sky devoid of any light pollution. Open your star gazing app to identify the countless constellations glittering overhead.

Day 3: Anchor - Garden Key & Cruising

  • Explore all that the surrounding keys have to offer.

  • A nesting ground for hundreds of bird species, Bush Key and Long Key are part of the Great Florida Birding Trail where you can see bird species not found anywhere else in America.

  • Dry Tortugas sits at the end of the Florida Keys Reef System, the 3rd largest in the world. With healthy coral, abundant marine life, and shipwrecks, there’s plenty to discover under the surface.

  • Sail through the night towards Key West.

Day 4: Dock - Key West

  • Arrive at lively Key West Harbor around lunchtime.

  • Get out to explore the historic downtown of Key West and Duval Street.

  • Don’t miss a cocktail from Sloppy Joe’s and Captain Tony’s where Jimmy Buffet was discovered.

  • Besides the Duval Crawl, Key West has a lot to offer in less than 8 square miles. Visit the southernmost point in the continental U.S., the Butterfly Museum, or even see a 6-toed cat at the Ernest Hemingway Home and Museum.

  • Learn about Key West’s infamous beginnings at the Shipwreck Museum then head over to Mel Fisher’s Maritime Museum to get your own piece of a 17th Century shipwreck.

Day 5: Dock - Key West

  • Get out on the water! Visit Woman Key for a swim in crystal clear turquoise water, take the kayaks for a tour or just lounge on the secluded beach.

  • Swim with schools of jack and sergeant majors while searching for lobster under rock ledges around brain and fan coral at Sand Key Lighthouse, Rock Key, or Eastern Dry Rock.

Day 6: Cruising

  • Depart Key West early morning.

  • This is your day to relax, listen to the waves or your favorite tunes, watch for sea life, read a book, or just snooze with the breeze in your face while cruising off the grid.

  • Enjoy a succulent meal underway with a picture perfect sunset as the backdrop before calling it a night.

Day 7: Cruising​

  • As we make our way back into cell phone range, take the last few hours of the trip to lounge on the trampolines, searching for playful dolphins with renewed energy to return home.

  • Arrive late evening to Dunedin, Florida.

*The days have recommendations, but this is your trip to do with whatever you’d like.  You can even choose to sit on Kuma’s deck, drink wine all day, and just watch the world pass by!​

3-DAY, WEEKEND ITINERARY

Egmont Key

Day 1: Cruising

  • Depart Dunedin, Florida mid-morning.

  • Spend the day sailing in the Gulf of Mexico or Intracoastal Waterway before heading into Tampa Bay Channel as cruise ships and barges pass by. Fix your eyes on the dolphins leaping in the wake of the passing ships!

  • Anchor in Manatee River, as we prepare dinner with a sunset backdrop.

Day 2: Egmont Key

  • Cruise over to Egmont Key for a beach day.

  • Located at the mouth of Tampa Bay, Egmont Key is known for its beautiful bluish/green water, mix of local birds and the gopher tortoises that roam free. Egmont Key also houses Fort Dade that protected Tampa Bay from Spanish attack during the Spanish-American War. Here you’ll be able to explore the old abandoned fort and picturesque beach.

Day 3: Emerson Point Park

  • Explore Emerson Point Park. Located at the entrance of the Manatee River on the western bank of Snead Island is this lush mangrove-lined park with walking trails that is home to several Native American Temple Mounds. The thick vegetation of the island is home to a diverse mix of birds and fish.

  • Around lunchtime depart Snead Island for an afternoon of sailing.

  • Enjoy a succulent meal underway with a picture perfect sunset as the backdrop.

  • Arrive late evening back to Dunedin, Florida.

3-DAY, WEEKEND ITINERARY

Three Rooker and Anclote Key

Day 1: Three Rooker Island

  • Depart Dunedin, Florida mid-morning.

  • Spend the morning sailing in the Gulf of Mexico or Intracoastal Waterway before approaching your evening anchorage at Three Rooker Island. 

  • Three Rooker Island is a local spot only accessible by boat; this barrier island was formed in the 1980s due to shifting currents and sand. Now it’s a prime hangout for the local boater or beachgoer looking to getaway.

Day 2: Anclote Key

  • Cruise over to Anclote Key for a beach and exploration day.

  • Just a few miles north of Three Rooker Island lays another island only accessible by boat. Anclote Key contains lush mangroves, pine flatwoods and plenty of white sandy beaches for shelling and other beach activities. There is an inland path to a lighthouse that was first commissioned in 1887.  The lighthouse has since been refurbished and is again an aid to navigation for mariners.  With over 400 acres to explore, there is no shortage of things to do or see on this island.

Day 3: Cruising

  • After breakfast enjoy a day of sailing and swimming off Florida’s Gulf Coast top-rated beaches.

  • Enjoy a succulent meal underway with a picture perfect sunset as the backdrop.

  • Return late evening back to Dunedin, Florida.

3-DAY, WEEKEND ITINERARY

Dunedin and Clearwater Beach

Day 1: Dunedin

  • Board Kuma Too mid-morning and get settled into your new home for the next few days.

  • Sail by the picturesque backdrop of the nation's top-rated beaches of Clearwater Beach, Caladesi State Park, and Honeymoon Island along with a scenic cruise through the Intracoastal Waterway spotted with luxury homes where dolphins and birds race alongside you.

  • Kayak through the mangroves at Caladesi State Park or go for a swim at one of the nation’s top-rated beaches.

  • After a hardy lunch, head into town for some souvenir shopping. You won’t find any chain tourist shops here! Dunedin is proud of local business owners selling unique mementos.

  • Anchor along Edgewater Drive for dinner with a view.

  • Spend the evening relaxing on board or go into town for a nightcap at one of the 7 breweries within walking distance of the marina.

Day 2: Clearwater Beach

  • After breakfast, relax as the wind fills the sails with a morning cruise.

    • Anchor off Clearwater Beach and spend the day at the 2018 & 2019 number-1 rated beach. Watch the sunset from Pier 60 with street performers, Sunset Cinema, and local artists’ fare.

  • Spend a night on the town or take a starlit cruise to your next destination.

Day 3: Three Rooker & Anclote Key

  • Three Rooker Island is a local spot only accessible by boat; this barrier island was formed in the 1980s due to shifting currents and sand. Now it’s a prime hangout for the local boater or beachgoer looking to getaway.

  • Just a few miles north of Three Rooker Island lays another island only accessible by boat. Anclote Key contains lush mangroves, pine flatwoods and plenty of white sandy beach for shelling and other beach activities. There is an inland path to a lighthouse that was first commissioned in 1887.  The lighthouse has since been refurbished and is again an aid to navigation for mariners. With over 400 acres to explore, there is no shortage of things to do or see on this island.

  • As we make our way back to Dunedin, take the last few hours of the trip to lounge on the trampolines, searching for playful dolphins with renewed energy to return home.

FULL DAY ITINERARY (8 HOURS)

Full Day Sail with Island Visit

Depart - Dunedin, Florida

Sail - 2.5 hours along the Intracoastal Waterway spotted with luxury homes where dolphins and birds race along side you.

Anchor - 2.5 hours for water and beach activities. Options include kayaking in the mangroves, snorkeling, shelling, swimming from the boat, lounging on a beach, and walking a nature trail to an 1887 lighthouse.

Sail - 3 hours along the nation's top-rated beaches of Clearwater Beach, Caladesi State Park, and Honeymoon Island.

Arrive - Dunedin, Florida 

HALF DAY SAIL (4 HOURS) ITINERARY

Half Day Sail

Depart- Dunedin, Florida

Sail by the picturesque backdrop of the nation's top-rated beaches of Clearwater Beach, Caladesi State Park, and Honeymoon Island along with a scenic cruise through the Intracoastal Waterway spotted with luxury homes where dolphins and birds race along side you.

SUNSET CRUISE (3 hours)

Sunset Cruise

Depart- Dunedin, Florida

Cruise by the iconic Clearwater Beachfront or along the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway spotted with picturesque homes where dolphins and birds race along side as the sun sinks into the calming gulf waters.

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