Onboard 34ft Pontoon

Fishing trips 4 hours $465 up to 7 people 


additional passengers $40 each

up to 10 total  $95 per extra hour 

Back Bay & Passes,

Fishing license , rods/tackle ,

Live Bait included


Sightseeing & Sunset Tour 2 hours

$250 up to 4 people.

additional passenger $25

$95 per extra hr

up to 18 passengers total

3 boats available


 Restroom onboard Wheelchair Accessible 

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Mound Key Tour

Things to do in

Fort Myers Beach 

Bonita Beach

Naples 

We offer Affordable Fort Myers Charter Fishing Guided Jet Ski Tours Relaxed Easy Going Day on the Water Fishing Fort Myers Fishing Charter Boats Fort Myers Beach Weddings Fun Things to do in Ft Myers FL 

June Special

Sightseeing adventures

onboard 22ft Pontoon  

1-4 passengers / 3hours

Regular  $350      This Month   

ONLY $275 ( pontoon )


$25 for each additional passenger up to 6 total

$50 for each additional hour

includes kids beach toys, shelling bags 

* Here are a few of the places we visit *

Mullock Creek, Estero Bay, Mound Key, Estero River,

Imperial River in Bonita, secluded beaches,

Fort Myers Beach ,

Bowditch point park, 

maybe stop for lunch at a waterfront restaurant

or a small island,

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We offer Affordable Simple Beach Wedding Ceremonies , Sunset Tours, Tours to Mound Key, Dolphin / Wildlife Charters, Fort Myers Fishing Charters, Shelling , Sightseeing around the waters of South West Florida , Boat Rides at Fort Myers Beach

Back Bay fishing Bonita Springs Fort Myers Naples Have lunch on an Island or at a waterfront restaurant


Relaxed easy going day on the water ,

Family friendly bring the kids !!

    Boat Rides to Mound Key in Estero Bay

 Framed in forests of mangrove trees, the shell mounds and ridges of Mound Key   

 rise more than 30 feet above the waters of Estero Bay.

 Prehistoric Native Americans are credited with creating this island's complex of   

 mounds with an accumulation of seashells, fish bones, and pottery.

 

 Mound Key is believed to have been the ceremonial center of the Calusa Indians 

 when the Spaniards first attempted to colonize Southwest Florida.

 

 In 1566, the Spanish governor of Florida established a settlement on the island 

 with a fort and the first Jesuit mission in the Spanish New World.

 

 The settlement was abandoned three years later after violent clashes with the

 Indians.

 

 The only access to the island is by boat; there are no facilities.

  Interpretive displays can be found along a trail that spans the width of the island.

 

 Located in Estero Bay, several miles by boat from Koreshan State Historic Site or

 Lovers Key State Park.

 

                 Call for details about Tours to Mound Key

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