Half-day cruises piloted by a veteran sailor explore the gulf’s waters, often with dolphin and local wildlife sightings
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- $182 for a half-day sailing charter for up to six ($330 value)
Disembarking from Bonita Bill’s Waterfront Cafe, the Sundance sails for half the day with up to six passengers to enjoy the sun of the Gulf of Mexico. Passengers bring their own refreshments and snacks, and the cruise often encounters dolphins.
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About BYOB Half-Day Sailing Charter for Up To 6
With more than 31,000 nautical miles of sailing under his boat shoes, Captain David Richardson is more than capable of navigating his sailboat, Sundance, on the leisure cruises for which he has become known. The half-day charters he leads out of Bonita Bill's Waterfront Café take in the many moods of the Gulf of Mexico, from its tranquil disposition in the sun to the turbulent waters it experiences when it realizes it'll never be a full-grown ocean. The Sundance itself boasts comfy accommodations, from cushy seats to an on-board bathroom, and many passengers bring their own food on board to eat while ogling jumping dolphins.