Visit Cabbage Key FL
As our busy season in Southwest Florida begins, people start looking for ways to visit Cabbage Key FL to have a great meal on this remote island that can only be reached by boat. Gulf Island Tours offers several memorable ways to visit Cabbage Key FL. If you are staying in Fort Myers, Port Charlotte, North Port, Venice or Sarasota, Florida, your visit to Cabbage Key can begin with free limousine transfers to one of three boats in our fleet. Our double decker pontoon boat is $125 per hour and hold up to 10 people. This is our most economical boat tour to Cabbage Key. The double decker pontoon, The "H2O Limo" has large sofas on the bow, large covered areas towards the stern with a small kitchen and bathroom for your convenience. The next option for a visit to Cabbage Key is a yacht charter. We now have two in our fleet. We have a 45 foot Carver Voyager, the "Reel Keel" that comfortably holds twelve people. With a luxurious salon (living room) plus twoo staterooms and two full bathrooms, there is plenty of room inside of this vessel. Also, there is a lower helm station with a circular sofa and a fully equipped galley kitchen. Up stairs in the upper helm station, there is a large circular seating area around the dining area, a love seat, and even a seperate seating area which faces to the stern (the back) of the yacht so you can watch the dolphins jumping on the way to Cabbage Key, FL. A full day charter on this vessel is $1500 but can be chartered to visit Cabbage Key at $200 per hour. The largest and newest vessel in our fleet is a 58 foot Sea Ray. This will easily hold up to sixteen people and can be chartered for $3200 for a full day. This is your fastest way to visit Cabbage Key, FL and is definitely very luxurious with three staterooms, a large kitchen and salon, and an enourmous fly bridge up top. So, however you choose to visit Cabbage Key FL, Gulf Island Tours has you covered. Bookmark this page at http://www.VisitCabbageKeyFL.com or visit our Youtube channel and see a short video of the 45 Carver Yacht on a recent visit to Cabbage Key, FL.