Regularly Priced Ticket: $40 / Children
$30, under 2 years of age ride free
On Board Every Dolphin Watch Boat Trip
FREE soda and bottled water
Bathroom on board
Cooler with ice on board
About Our Famous Dolphin Watch Trip
Our Dolphin Watch trips are by far the most unique experience offered in the Tampa Bay area. Our captains can confidently tell guests they have a 99% chance they will see dolphins from our vessels. Are they that good? Well, yes … but they also know the deck is stacked in their favor.
Boca Ciega Bay and the greater Tampa Bay area is home to over 700 healthy identified dolphins. Guests never tire of seeing them swimming along in their natural habitat. If you’re lucky, you may see them jump completely out of the water (check out our pics on Facebook). After all, they like to look at you too!
While guests occasionally spot dolphins just beyond our docks, the best way to truly experience the natural wonder of these wild sea creatures is on board one of our luxury sailing yachts and glide silently among them.
Dolphin Landings Charter Boat Center typically offers 2-3 trip times everyday. The Dolphin Watch trip is sure to delight and always a different experience. This is a wonderful trip for kids of all ages (and those who are kids at heart!) Oh yes, and be sure to bring your camera!
Fun Dolphin Facts
How smart are dolphins? Scientist don't know. What we do know, dolphins are fast learners and they can learn language. What do dolphins eat?
Dolphins eat fish and squid. The diet is what is available where they live. An average dolphin will eat 4-9% of its body weight in fish, per day. How long do dolphins live?
The maximum age for bottlenose dolphins is between 40 and 50 years. How many kinds of dolphins are there?
There are 36 different kinds of ocean dolphins and 5 species of river dolphins. How long can a dolphin go without taking a breath?
Dolphins can stay up to 15 minutes under water. How do dolphins find food?
Dolphin hunt socially in family groups called pods. They use a technique called echolocation (sound) to find food as well as to navigate.