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See Dolphins and Manatees ...
Come join Captain Bill Rostock, an Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon Wildlife and Eco-specialist, for a two-hour boat tour in New Smyrna Beach that is sure to delight and inspire you! Your personalized boat tour of Volusia County's pristine Eco-systems begins at the southern end of the Indian River Lagoon in New Smyrna Beach, near the Canaveral National Seashore Park (and J.B.s Fish Camp). Each turn in the IRL can bring a unique experience... Dolphins, manatees, and numerous species of seabirds abound. We will ensure you a comfortable and memorable boat tour in New Smyrna.
Private River Tours ...
On this two-hour boat tour you will see Dolphins in their natural habitat doing what Dolphins do; feeding, playing and teaching their young to fend for themselves. You will see many beautiful and interesting birds (Louisiana Brown Pelicans, Oyster Catchers, Osprey, Roseate Spoon Bills, Egrets, Herons ... and many more!)
The Indian River Lagoon/estuary is one of the most diverse estuaries in North America, more individual varieties of life are dependant on it for their existence. This diversity, along with the wonderful history of the area, will make this a trip that you will not soon forget. Looking for a boat tour in Daytona Beach? We are not far, come on over to New Smyrna Beach and tour the river.
To schedule your PRIVATE boat tour call 386-957-1207 or e-mail email@example.com and let us know what time and day you would like to go - pack your picnic basket, fill the cooler (adult beverages are permitted even encouraged), and will make sure you have a comfortable boat trip! Find out more ...
Daily Scenic Tours
See Dolphins up close and personal!
Daily scenic boat trips daily from 1pm to 3pm. Monday through Saturday.
Boat departs from JB's Fish Camp dock, Pompano drive,. off A1A, New Smyrna Beach, FL
To schedule your SCENIC boat tour Call (386) 957-1207
New Smyrna Beach River Tours on the Indian River Lagoon Estuary
See Manatees in their natural environment!
at the helm!