BOAT TOURS 2019-08-02T23:38:22+00:00

We here at Amelia Island Kayak Excursions are excited to offer private boat tours
for our guests through
Adventures on the Water!


Adventures are great for families, friends, and couples. We have celebrated birthdays, engagements, anniversaries, reunions, valentines, and several more occasions with our guests. Captain Carol is happy to help plan an outing for you. Every trip is different!

Captain Carol has 14+ years of experience as a guide on this area’s waters.  She gained her knowledge of the local wildlife through observations and research. Carol considers herself a “backyard biologist”.  She is on the water almost everyday. “The best part of my job is seeing people share the thrill of seeing wildlife in it’s natural environment. Like watching dolphins play in the water along the side of the boat!”
-Captain Carol

Private Boat Tours

Trips are private, so only your party will be on the boat. We carry a maximum of 6 passengers. A cooler with water, soft drinks and Gatorade is provided. Guest are welcome to bring their own beverages. Snacks and picnics are welcome aboard. $150 per hour for up to 6 passengers.

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Most Popular 2-3 Hour Tours

Two hours allows us to cruise north to Cumberland Island National Seashore with chances to encounter dolphins, manatees, alligators and wild horses. Enjoy a breathtaking environment when we cruise through hundreds of acres of saltmarsh. Be on the lookout for deer, wild pigs and turkeys along the riverbanks of Cumberland Island. We have even seen bobcats.

Three hours will allow us to enjoy a slower pace, and spend more time observing the wildlife. We may also be able to explore a little further. Another option is to be dropped off on a white, sandy beach for shelling or picnicking.

Four hours or more allows us to linger longer as we become destination bound. Explore the quaint river front town of St. Marys or a stop off on a sandy beach for shelling or picnicking. Extended Adventures, spend the whole day on the water. Head north and explore Cumberland Island’s river side where dolphins, horses, alligator, shore and marsh birds can be seen. Explore the south end of Amelia Island and see Amelia’s river front homes or continue on to Kingsley Plantation on Fort George Island. We can even plan to jump the inlet to Jekyll Island, and enjoy lunch at the Jekyll Island Club Hotel. Stretch your legs with a stroll around the historic hotel’s grounds before zipping back to Amelia Island. This is one of Captain Carol’s favorite trips to enjoy with her family.