Chauffered ICW Cruises - 4 Hr Price Available
Enjoy Fort Lauderdale aboard GetmyBoat"s "Best of 2017" recipient and see Fort Lauderdale as it was designed to be seen via its many waterways! The spacious and like new 26ft Chaparral Sonesta 263 can comfortably accommodate up to 8 people. Rates as low as $69 per hour for the day. (4 hour minimum charter required), Price includes Captain. Rates: • 4 Hours: $325 • 8 Hours: $525 ($65/hr) What You Can Expect: Like new 26 foot Chaparral with spacious seating for up to 8. She only goes out with a skipper. No extra charge for Skipper Jeff. Others available for a fee. Price is $325 for a half day, or $525 for the whole day. Price includes fuel. She is the perfect ride for you and your friends or family to experience the "Venice of America", the way it was meant to be seen...by water. From spending an entire day just partying with friends at Boca Bash or one of the other local sand bar meet ups or hangouts, to cruising the ICW and Middle River with family seeing the beautiful homes and super-yachts that call Fort Lauderdale home. Experiencing the uniqueness of riding right through the heart of the city of Fort Lauderdale and stopping off at some of the fine local eateries and bars is a special way to make a memory during your stay in Fort Lauderdale. Chappy is the Rolls Royce of bowriders, offering spacious modern comfort and stability with an extremely quiet and smooth ride to make your day on the water an awesome memory. Feel free to message us pre booking via the GetMyBoat messaging system until they unlock the cell numbers. Thank you for considering us.
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 6 guests
- Tours, Lessons, and Diving
Hi. Emily and Jeff here, partners in the company. We love boating and have done it all over many parts of the country as well as other countries, predominantly Belize and BVI. Jeff's been boating for 40 years. We Love all kinds of boating, but Sailing is our love. Have sailed off shore, coastal and Virgin Islands. Jeff has operated and skippered all kinds of boats from canoes to motor yachtscruisers, to sailboats and catamarans in excess of 60 feet. Looking forward to making new friends and customers via Getmyboat.
5.0 out of 5!
Departure & ReturnAwesome
Vessel & EquipmentAwesome
Itinerary & ExperienceAwesome
Spending the day on Jeff’s boat with the other “Captain Jeff” was absolutely perfect. The boat itself was awesome, super clean, had shaded and non shaded seating and was very spacious! Would highly recommend this to anyone and will definitely be a repeat customer!
Absolutely amazing time I can highly recommend it- Very good quality of service - super boat and very interesting side informations. We had an amazing day and will be back. Thank you
Jeff was amazing! Everyone in our group had a blast. He is extremely knowledgeable and showed us all around the area. If you’re looking for a friendly knowledgeable captain that is extremely accommodating look no further and book your trip today! I can’t recommend him enough!!
Jeff was very nice, the boat was super clean. Very easy to book. Very great day with jeff. We really apprecited our day on the water.
Excellent relaxing time with captain Jeff. Nice and low key. Plenty of options for the day. Definitely will be booking again!!!
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Inboard Engine
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 3 days prior.
Additional Terms & Information
A $300 deposit is held until your charter/rental is completed and will be returned by Getmyboat within a few days of your rental, once the charter is satisfactorily completed. In the event of mishaps, that can and do happen occasionally, all or a portion of your deposit can be retained. (Ie broken tables, Lost life vests, lost fenders, lost docking lines ) Additionally, a $100 clean up fee will be withheld from the deposit for any incidences of vomiting in the boat, typically caused from too many beverages. (It doesn't just wash out folks, it goes into a bilge and has to be physically removed prior to turning on bilge pumps) These things don't happen often, but they are actual events that have happened on charters.