Private Boat Charter Tours
Cape Coral, Fort Myers Beach & Sanibel
Guided private boat charter tours in Cape Coral, Fort Myers Beach & Sanibel
Depending on the booking duration we offer different destinations in the area.
A day on the beach is always something special. But arriving by car can spoil your anticipation. Long journey, traffic jams, toll and parking fees and crowded public beaches.
With a private boat tour you reach dreamlike almost deserted beaches in the region and come to places, which are not attainable with the car. Enjoy clear water, air, sun and peace.
Combine your boat trip with lunch or dinner in one of the many water restaurants.With us you will experience an unforgettable day.
Half day tour 1
On this tour you will visit Sanibel Marina and the romantic Gramma Dot's Restaurant. Continue past the lighthouse of Sanibel towards Gulf of Mexico and then across the sea to Lovers Key (Estero Beach). In the San Carlos Bay you go to Fort Myers Beach, where you can make a small stop. Finally we go on the Gulf of Mexico towards Cape Coral.
Ft. Myers Beach
San Carlos Bay
Duration: approx. 4 hours, up to 6 guests, boat: Sanya, fuel, included. Plus 6.5% Florida State Tax.
Half day tour 2
This tour takes you up the Caloosahatchee River towards North Fort Myers. On this beautiful river trip you can explore the foot vegetation very well and get to know SW-Florida from a new side. Continue through the Franklin Lock towards LaBelle. The Boat House awaits you for a short stop.
North Fort Myers
Boat house North FM
Duration: approx. 4 hours, up to 6 guests, boat: Sanya, fuel included. Plus 6.5% Florida State Tax.
Day trip 1
On this beautiful route you will pass the beautiful islands of Sanibel and Capitiva with a short stop on Cabbage Key. Afterwards we will head for the clear water to Gasparilla Island State Park. For dinner (on request) you can stop at the water side restaurants Eagle Grille on Gasparilla or Woody's Waterside Island Bar & Grill on Pine Island. Finally, enjoy the sunset on the way back.
Day trip 2
They're heading for Fort Myers Beach. Past the beaches of Estero and Bonita Beach you reach Loverskey State Park with its white fine sand. After the bath stop we continue to Lovery Key State Park via Dog Beach to Little Hickory Island Beach Park. In the evening dolphins often come there to look for food and very close to the boat. Back to dinner at Nervous Nellie's of Ft Myers Beach or Doc Fords. Finally we go on Gulf of Mexico towards Cape Coral.
North Captiva Island*
Pine Island North
Duration: approx. 8 hours, up to 6 guests, Boat: Discovery, fuel included. Plus 6.5% Florida State Tax.
On the way back, the wind has calmed down a bit, but the swell seems to slosh us in San Carlos Bay towards Cape Coral. Mathias reports about bigger and smaller breakdowns, which the tenants of his boats had to mourn. But much worse than getting stuck on a sandbank has fortunately not happened yet. "This is certainly also due to the thorough briefing of our guests," assures the captain with conviction.
It goes past Miguel and Kitchel Key, then between Merwin Key Preserve and Big Island towards Sanibel Causeway, the connecting bridge between Fort Myers and Sanibel Island. And where is the nearest restaurant or island where you can have a picnic?" The iPad offers the possibility to get all information about Cape Coral, the boat, the waters and the surrounding islands without any problems. Cape Coral boat charter, My Cape Boat,
They whip over the ridges of the waves and the spray, here and there a splash comes over the side of the ship. But the ride on the waves is a lot of fun. On the right side is the Lighthouse Beach at the eastern tip of Sanibel Island. The old lighthouse was built in 1884, a beautiful object to photograph. Time to anchor and take a break? Absolutely! Here you can take a refreshing swim, search for mussels on the beach, watch the fishing pelicans or look for dolphins. For us, however, it means to drive on in the direction of Fort Myers Beach. And we do it full steam ahead! Seafaring makes you hungry - and we want to have lunch at the Parrot Key Caribbean Grill in the Salty Sam's Marina. From the Bowditch Point Park we chug over the Matanzas Pass under the bridge of the same name - now again through calmer waters facing away from the open sea. The restaurant. Parrot Key is the place to go for those who love island food and the atmosphere of the Caribbean. The atmosphere is relaxed, many have moored like us right next door with the boat. MyCapeBoat, guided boat tours, boat rental, Cape Coral and Fort Myers.
Florida is a paradise for boaters, especially Cape Coral because of its many canals (about 640km). With a short canal trip (2.5 miles, approx. 30 minutes) past other villas to Cape Harbour Marina, we then head out onto the Caloosahatchee River. From there you are in approx. 30 minutes on Sanibel Island, a dreamlike island with a sandy beach and countless shells. Captiva is also a must if you love empty beaches.
Cape Coral is known as the "Waterway Wonderland", which was only created in the fifties. About 640km of canals cross the city, most of them with access to the Gulf of Mexico. Therefore Cape Coral is also called the "Venice of the USA". MyCapeBoat, guided boat tours, boat rental, Cape Coral and Fort Myers.
As a long-time resident of Florida you know: Cape Coral is a unique water paradise. It has more canals than Venice. A true water wonderland. The canal network is to cover more than 650 kilometres. There are also countless lakes, pools and wetlands along the Caloosahatchee River. And of course many of the houses and villas here have a dock for mooring your own boat behind the house. Many with direct access to the Gulf of Mexico. The dream of every ambitious recreational skipper, no question! And that's what's wanted. The city planned on the drawing board in the 1950s is connected to the Gulf by a network of waterways. The declared goal was to create a "waterfront wonderland". With the offshore islands of Estero Island, Sanibel Island, Captiva Island, Pine Island, Cayo Costa and Boca Grande, Cape Coral actually offers a unique area for extended boat trips.