Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for a 1.5-hour dolphin-viewing cruise (up to $26 value)
- $25 for a 3-hour snorkeling and dolphin-viewing cruise ($32 value)
During the dolphin beach cruise, the boat speeds through the surf while eager eyes comb the water for signs of dolphins. Alternatively, the dolphin-and-snorkeling cruise propels people into the water for snorkeling under lifeguard supervision and then sets off in search of dolphins around the beach, running from 9 a.m. to noon. Children 4 and younger can cruise for free and help at the helm of the boat while the captain watches for dolphins.
Sea Blaster recommends that customers review potential water conditions before scheduling their trip, as wildlife is less frequent in colder waters. Additionally, if water temperatures drop too low, passengers will not be able to comfortably snorkel. Florida water temperatures typically warm up by early April.
Destin's Original Sea Blaster Dolphin Tours
Captain Larry maneuvers the Sea Blaster––a 73-foot speedboat––on four different cruises in the Gulf, departing from the HarborWalk Village. Dolphin cruises speed through the water during the day, coming up close to dolphins as they leap out of the sea in an effort to distract humans while they steal their sunglasses. With the addition of snorkeling, passengers strap on a simple breathing apparatus and paddle through the crystalline waters. Others spy dolphins during the sunset cruise, as the horizon burns pink and orange, or watch fireworks burst over the water from the Sea Blaster’s deck every Thursday evening.