SCROLL DOWN TO SEE MY CURRENT SCHEDULE ON THE CALENDAR BELOW.
This is EASY!!
1) Choose “4 Hour Trip” or “Full Day/+4 Hour Trip”
2) Select the desired calendar date for your charter and choose an 8-12 morning trip or a 1-5pm afternoon trip. For any trip longer than 4 hours please select “Full Trip” to save the proper amount of time you desire.
3) Fill out your contact information. A $100 deposit is required for 4 hour trip and a $200 deposit for anything longer to hold your reservation. Please leave me DETAILED information in the “NOTES” section about how many people will be aboard and what you would like to do. That information is very helpful!! Upon booking, a confirmation email will be sent to you and a reminder email will be sent to you 48 hours before your scheduled trip.
If you have any questions or have any difficulty in the booking process, please call me and I will be happy to help over the phone or by email. I am best reached in the evening around 7pm. Thanks!!
Deposit will be refunded for any trip cancelled over 7 days before your scheduled trip.
Deposit will be refunded for any weather cancellation or mechanical error on my behalf.
Cancellations within 7 days of trip can be credited towards another date provided there is availability. Cancellations within 7 days of your scheduled trip will not be refunded.
This policy is standard among professional charter captains to protect our income and time invested in the preparation of your trip.
The detailed information you provide in the “notes” section of your reservation goes into my system to help me prepare for your trip and budget my resources. Please help me help you by telling me who, what, when, where and how much additional attention your group needs for your trip. I assume your group is normal and can be happy and comfortable in the sun, waves and water for the duration of your trip unless I hear it from you.
You are the representative of your trip and know the members of your party. I share the appropriate information with you to help you prepare properly and this must be shared and applied to all members of your party. Unprepared guests alter the outcome of any trip. The proverbial “weakest link” will ultimately decide where we can go and what we can do on your trip. This is a problem I encounter way too often, yet is easily prevented.