Island Adventures

Are you dreaming of your own private island with a deserted beach?  Come paddle with me!  Enjoy beautiful bay views and sandy beaches littered with shells.  You will more than likely paddle with dolphins, sea turtles, small sting rays, redfish, black drum, sheepshead and many other species!  Majestic herons fish the shallow waters, along with many other birds. The seafloor is generally visible for the whole tour.  There are several islands to visit, depending on wind direction and skill level.


Island tours vary depending on the group’s skill level and the weather.  Most tours last about 2-3 hours.  You may wear a bathing suit, swim trunks, shorts and a t-shirt, anything comfortable that you don’t mind getting wet!  You may not get wet… but don’t cross it off the list!  Be prepared for hot sun, wind, and possibly jellyfish. $30 per person, minimum 3 people, all equipment included. Private lesson for 1 or 2 people is $90.  You can paddle on a Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) or in a kayak.  You will need to specify which craft you prefer.  You can bring your own craft as well, contact me for negotiations.  Stay updated on information about adventures by checking my Facebook, Calendar or Contact Me to be added to a text message list. Weather permitting, any cancellations will be communicated to the students and tour refunded and/or rescheduled.

island adventures

— Custom Tour —

custom island adventure

Set a time, duration, and activity level for your private group!  At least 3 paddlers needed for a Custom Tour.  Paddle the bay, walk an island, get a tan or add some fitness moves on the board! $30 per person, all equipment included.  Contact Me to set up your adventure!


What to wear/bring – Wear sunglasses, a hat, any sun protection that you’d like, water, a dry bag for your phone or camera, waterproof camera, maybe a pocketable snack.  Items can be semi secured to your board.  Please don’t bring anything that you can’t bear to lose!  Footwear is not required to paddle, but you may consider bringing flip flops, water shoes, SkellyToes, or other footwear.  Bugs are generally not a problem on the water, but they can be on the islands. If you know you are delicious to bugs, spray down!  If you wear glasses, or have a pair of sunglasses that you are attached to, please purchase a floating attachment.  It is possible to bring a small cooler.