Destin Excursions offers a variety of trips including Dolphin cruises, Snorkeling, and Sunset tours. Your private charter can range from 2 to 4 hours and is customized for whatever your group wants to do or wherever you want to go. Some choose to cruise the calm waters of the Choctawhatchee Bay, while others prefer the adventure of the open sea. The Miss Clarissa can comfortably accommodate up to 6 passengers.
Let us do all the work while you have all the fun! Your private, guided trip is great for groups that want to enjoy all the different aspects of the Emerald Coast without having to learn how to drive a boat. We can go cruising around the bay or Gulf of Mexico looking for gray bottle nose and spotted dolphins or kick back and enjoy a relaxing sunset cruise. Being a private trip allows you to make it your own!
It is a private charter, it's only your party on the boat. However this does not mean that we will not be around other boats during the excursion. If you don't want to be around other boats or other people, please specify that to the captain when booking your cruise.
Cruise the beautiful Emerald green waters of Destin Florida.
Friendly & professional captain takes the wheel.
Visit Gulf Island National Sea Shore and enjoy the day!
Spend the day looking for dolphins or the evening watching the sun set.
Great for the entire family!
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Enjoy watching gray bottlenose dolphins in the Destin East Pass or Choctawhatchee Bay and spotted dolphins, sea turtles and other wildlife in the Gulf of Mexico.
Take in the breath taking sunrise over the beautiful Emerald green waters of Destin and Fort Walton Beach Florida.
Take in breath taking sunsets over the beautiful Emerald green waters over Destin and Fort Walton Beach Florida.
Snorkeling the Emerald green waters in and around Destin Florida with a new state of the art dive mask and snorkel.
Gulf Isl. Nat. Sea Shore
Is a local shallow water inland anchorage area. Great for relaxing and shallow enough for the kids to play with their water toys.
Check out this video of a gray bottlenose dolphin that almost ate a cell phone. I guess he wanted to use it to send a seamail.