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What You'll Get
Boat trips offer intimate glimpses of marine life, a luxury once reserved exclusively for those brave enough to dunk their heads into a lobster tank. Witness less pinchy natural wonders with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $39 for a shelling trip for one (a $79.95 value)
- $75 for a shelling trip for two (a $159.90 value)
- $139 for a shelling trip for four (a $319.80 value)<p>
A Florida naturalist guides a craft to remote islands, sharing knowledge about the delicate ecosystem and wildlife while guests collect rare shells. This deal may be purchased by individuals or pairs, but a minimum of four passengers is required to schedule the tour.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Subject to weather conditions. Must have 4 passengers minimum for tour to depart. Not valid 3/29/15–4/19/15, 7/1/15–7/6/15, 11/15/15–12/5/15, or 12/13/15–1/10/16. Limit 1 voucher per group. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Reel Kind Fishing and Dolphin Tours
Reel Kind Fishing and Dolphin Tours charters boats on which adventurers explore backwater wetlands, protected freshwater, and saltwater regions that are home to diverse marine life. Along with licensed and experienced captains, the company supplies rods, reels, tackle, and bait, ensuring that even novice fishers can participate. Tour-takers might nab snook, redfish, spotted seatrout, and tarpon, the four of which can be housed together in a jumbo aquarium for a fish reality show, as long as a sassy blowfish joins the mix. Each boat seats up to a maximum of six people per boat depending on weights. These are semi-private to private trips for half-days, three-quarter days, or full days, with the vessels heading either inshore or offshore near the Gulf of Mexico. Explorers might bring a hat, sunglasses, snacks, and jackets, according to the weather, and smocks depending on how neatly their co-tourists can eat.