Private boat tours, sunset and bay cruises are available upon request for up to 19 passengers. Tours may include bay cruising the calm waters of the Bay while you an enjoy your picnic lunch and BYOB. Or you can embark upon an ocean voyage and tour of the LBI coastline where you will see "up close and personal" the shifting sands of the Beach Haven and Barnegat inlets, LBI's post Hurricane "Sandy" dunescape, the diverse architecture of LBI's beachfront and bayfront homes, "Old Barny" the Barnegat Lighthouse, Viking Village Seaport, and the inter-coastal waterway, a marked and protected channel that stretches from Maine to Florida where you will pass under LBI's new and old causeway bridges. Dock and Dine Destinations are also available including Stewart’s Root Beer, Panini Bay Restaurant and Dockside Diner in Tuckerton.
To request more information about a private LBI boat tour call or text (267)-939-5500.
See it all on this personalized 2 hr. boat tour exploring more than 30 miles of LBI's bays, creeks, inlets and coastline.
You will see "off the beaten path" locations including: The Forsythe Wildlife Preserve, the Southernmost point of LBI, Tucker's Island, Beach Haven Inlet, the historic Beach Haven Coast Guard Station circa 1937, the Fish Factory circa 1930, LBI's gunning shacks, and the many multi-million dollar Bayfront homes lining the bay.Along the way you are likely to encounter active osprey nests, diving pelicans, schools of feeding fish and the occasional porpoise.
2 tours daily. 9:30-11:30 and 1:30-3:30
$595.00 1-6 passengers
There is no better time to be on the water at LBI than at sunset. Our sunset cruises are in the protected waters of Little Egg Harbor Bay where you will often see birds and fish feeding while watching the sun dip behind the salt marshes while enjoying your favorite BYOB snacks and beverages.
1.5 Hour Private Sunset Cruise: $395.00 up to 6 passengers; $595.00 up to 10 passengers, additional passengers $49.00 per person up to 19 passenger max.
The Tuckerton Creek Tour explores the tranquil waters of the Tuckerton Creek. There you will go back in time and see cedar forests and creek beds that have changed little since the Native Americans started fishing and clamming in Tuckerton Creek many moons ago. You will also see working boatyards, waterfront homes, the old Grist Mill and the Tuckerton Seaport Museum.
2 tours daily. 9:30-11:30 and 1:30-3:30.
$595.00 1-6 passengers