Sit back, sip a cold drink, and watch the gorgeous scenery of the beach pass you by. Whether you prefer the water as it sparkles in the sunlight or as the sun sets over it, you won't find a more unique way to spend a few hours this summer.
Each tiki can accommodate up to 6 people and features a Bluetooth speaker, a cooler filled with ice, plenty of shade from the sun, seats, and a light-covered bar. All you have to provide are the drinks and food.
Tiki cruises range from 1.5 hours to 2-hour experiences depending on what time of the day you'd like to book your trip.
Brunch cruises are for early risers looking to hit the water between 10 am and 12 pm to get the day started right. Pack your OJ and champagne and get ready for a memorable morning on the bay.
Daytime cruises are great if you're looking to spend the afternoon outdoors enjoying the sun and water before dinner time. These cruises leave between 12:15 pm and 7:15 pm. If you're looking to get wet you can actually ask the captain to pull over into the sandbar to take a quick dip.
Sunset cruises leave between 7:30 pm and 9 pm and are perfect if you're looking to bask in that golden hour light and watch the sunset scenically over the water.
Unique to the Sea Isle Crusin Tiki experience, guests can even leave past 9 pm for a twilight tiki cruise at night after the sunset. The lights around the bar and the bottom of the tiki will light up in bright blue so you can enjoy a vibey time out on the water.
Tiki cruises cost $400 in the months of May and June and $425 in the months of July and August. For roughly $66 a person, it's well worth the unique experience of getting to see the shore from a whole new perspective while saving money sipping on drinks brought from home rather than shelling out cash at the bars.
To learn more about where these tiki cruises leave from and to book a trip, you can click the links listed below.