Tampa Bay Fun Times Island Beach Tours with your Family and Friends.
Depart from St. Petersburg with Captain Hunt, aboard the Sea Hunt and enjoy all the splendor of the Tampa Bay area Islands and Beautiful Sandy Beaches. Starting at Maximo Marina, Fort Desoto boat ramp, Treasure Island or St. Pete Beach. Let the sun lay on your back as you enjoy drinks and music of your choice. The boat is all yours and Captain Hunt will ensure all your needs are met while on The Sea Hunt.
Experience the calm, serenity of Shell Island. In the early 1990’s, the sandbar just south of Pass-a-Grill Beach known as Shell Island joined with it’s neighboring island to the south to form one contiguous island. In 2000, Pinellas County acquired a lease from the State of Florida to establish Shell Key (a.k.a. Shell Island) as a Wildlife Preserve. Walk along the beach while collecting the beautiful shells and enjoy the natural beauty of the area. Swim in the warm water or relax on a float as the sun beams down on you.
Located at the mouth of Tampa Bay, southwest of Fort DeSoto Beach the history buff will enjoy the beauty of Egmont Key. Accessible only by private boat, this park is primarily a wildlife refuge, it can be a personal sanctuary – a place to relax and collect shells along secluded, pristine beaches. After enjoying the historic sites and trails, visitors can enjoy swimming, fishing, wildlife viewing, and picnicking.
Pass a grille-Voted one of the Top 5 beaches in Florida by USA Today in 2015 this is a hidden gem. Lay out on the white sandy beach or splash around in the warm blue water. This laid back area allows you to relax and enjoy your surroundings.
St. Pete Beach-Build the perfect sand castle or dig your toes in powdery sand as you enjoy the liveliness of St. Pete Beach. Couples and families can enjoy time on this popular beach. Enjoy the best of this world famous beach.
Ft. Desoto Beach-See dolphins and other marine life and that “do everything” location. Built for the Spanish-American War, the fort was finished after the war ended and never fired a hostile shot. Enjoy family time on this historic beach. Make lifelong family memories.
Treasure Island-Treasure Island, Florida got its name from an early hotel owner who buried and then “discovered” a couple of wooden chests on the beach. The hotelier claimed that the chests were filled with “treasure.” News of the discovery spread quickly and people began calling the area Treasure Island. The name stuck. Three miles of sparkling sand lines the Gulf of Mexico…. You’ll find a treasure of your own.