The Osprey 1 is fittingly named; it was Osprey Cruises' first and only boat back in 1971, when the company first started. Back then, the 70-foot vessel's main routes were for carrying fishermen and spectators up to 100 miles out into the Gulf of Mexico for fishing trips and wildlife watching. And it does so today, too—it's just ceded some of its star status to the fleet's newer vessels.
And they're a compelling bunch. Take the aptly named The Thriller, a high-speed offshore racer for adrenaline cruises. Or, perhaps even more enticing, The Black Dragon. It's a recreation of a 17th-century Spanish galleon helmed by a crew of costumed pirates, rather than their less-reliable parrots. On pirate cruises, these swashbucklers share pirate stories, send passengers on treasure hunts, and generally introduce them to the grog-and-swordfighting lifestyle. Many trips happen upon schools of
dolphins along the way or offer evening jaunts amid captivating sunset views.
South Padre Island athletes brave the competition with great gear from American Diving.
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So get ready for the upcoming season with some new safety equipment and gear from American Diving in South Padre Island.
Put your cares aside and sail away at Dolphin Docks in Port Isabel.
Head on over to the in-house restaurant for a delectable meal.
Let the kids come too! Little ones love the activities at this center just as much as their parents do.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.