Come crabbing with us! Venture to a crabbing spot near Capers Island and crab the old fashioned way, with a hand line and crab net. Crab boil at the end!
- Duration 2.5 hours
Offered Year Round
Times Vary with Sunset
- Adult (13+)
- Child (3-12)
- Infant (2 & under)
Spend time with and learn about Dolphins, crab trap pulled, time spent on Capers Beach
Join our naturalist on a search and discovery mission on this 2.5-hour boat excursion to encounter the fascinating bottlenose dolphin and loggerhead sea turtle. Bottlenose dolphins are common residents of our salt marshes and inlets behind the barrier islands.
As you observe the dolphins feeding, playing, or simply cruising around in their native environment, you learn all about their social behavior, feeding habits, and much more. You also learn about the history of the threatened loggerhead sea turtle, which we often catch sight of during the summer months. You have about one hour to get off the boat and explore Capers Island’s “bone-yard beach.”
Trips are Sunday through Friday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. during the summer months. In the off season, trips are Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings, with times scheduled to coincide with the sunset.
Your welcome to bring a small cooler of whatever you would like to eat or drink.