Sightseeing in Cocoa Beach


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  • Adventure Kayak of Cocoa Beach
    Cocoa Beach locals know that it's rare to spot Bill Kowalik on dry land. The Puerto Rico–born seafarer is at home on the water, constantly surfing, kayaking, or leading tours across the Florida Space Coast. Bill’s as passionate about the environment as he is about watersports, enthusiastically exploring the area's diverse waterways while taking pains to leave the least impact on the protected waters. Along with his team of trained instructors, he leads individuals, groups, and families on kayak tours through lush mangroves and island channels, pointing out dolphins, manatees, and exotic birds.
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    5000 Tom Warriner Boulevard
    Cocoa Beach, FL US
  • Space Coast Segway Tours, LLC
    Space Coast Segway Tours' battery-operated two-wheeled segway machines turn palm-tree-lined pavement into a playground during guided trips through Port Canaveral. Experienced segway savants lead upright wheelers on a voyage that explores the Port Canaveral cove, passing scores of envious segwayless humans along the way. Manatees and dolphins cheer on riders from the water as the group makes its way to Bluepoints Marina. Additionally, mini segway tours offer 20-minute footless treks that can be scheduled during your lunch hour or your boss's naptime.
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    1000 Shorewood Drive
    Cape Canaveral, FL US
  • Trikaroo
    A Trikaroo is an electric scooter with three wheels, one or two cushy seats, and storage baskets. It combines the convenience and comfort of a car with the breezy sensibility of a bicycle to form a single mode of transportation. Depending on the model, up to three Trikaroo passengers can whiz down sidewalks or bike lanes at a speed of up to 18 miles per hour. The three-wheeled-scooter hybrids can travel 40 miles on one charge, making them perfect for quick trips around town, tours of scenic areas, and running errands?since they can fit through standard doorways, they can be used as mobility-assistance scooters as well as leisure vehicles. They are also equipped with front and rear lights and a horn to ensure safety.
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    104 Dixie Lane
    Cocoa Beach, FL US
  • Victory Casino Cruises
    Victory Casino Cruises' four decks of maritime merriment abound with more than 600 slot machines, 30 table games, and an expansive food selection including hot entrees, meat carving and pasta station. The floating party ship sails out on five-hour morning and evening voyages that combine sweeping ocean views with the interior entertainments of casino games including craps, roulette, blackjack, and Duck Duck Goose. While testing their luck, gamers can request drinks from the Victory Girls, a roving band of waitresses who may just serve up luck alongside cocktails, beers, and tropical beverages. For extra entertainment, the ship’s Club V offers a beat-filled dance floor for celebration shimmies, and the Sportsbook Lounge houses tellers ready to take bets on football, basketball, or baseball. On the first deck, a buffet spread refuels gamers with carved meats, fresh seafood, and comfort foods.
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    180 Christopher Columbus Dr.
    Cape Canaveral, FL US
  • Orlando Princess / Deep Sea Fishing
    Sister ships Orlando Princess and Canaveral Star II disembark from Cape Canaveral for daily fishing trips. The 80- and 85-foot vessels set sail with an experienced crewmember and soon-to-be seafarers equipped with fishing licenses, rods, reels, tackle, and bait. Full- and half-day excursions let fisherpeople hunt for mangrove snapper, grouper, and sea bass, and nighttime shark-fishing trips give them the opportunity to seek out bigger game. After catching a respectable haul, patrons can relax on the sun deck or in air-conditioned cabins and indulge in included hot meals. They'll also get unlimited beer or soda that tastes better than seawater, which is mostly made up of mermaid spit.
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    650 Glen Cheek Dr.
    Cape Canaveral, FL US
  • Island Boat Lines
    The multicolored eco-tour vessels operated by Island Boat Lines sport a vibrant mix of bright yellow, pink, green, and sky-blue colors. The presence of so many colors mirrors the diversity found in the environments the boats often enter around the canals of Cocoa Beach's Thousand Islands. When the company's skippers aren't venturing into these chromatic habitats––where pelicans thrive alongside great blue herons––they're steering a 99-foot paddle-wheel boat. The boat sets off on weekends for riverboat dinner cruises that bring their own share of wildlife encounters as passengers often spot bottlenose dolphins stealing the dessert cart.
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    500 West Cocoa Beach Causeway
    Cocoa Beach, FL US

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