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Sail down this Mississippi River on a classic steam boat with this New Orleans river cruise. Stop part-way through the trip to learn about the Battle of New Orleans, and then get onboard and enjoy a cash bar while admiring the views.
Go for a sunset cruise aboard the Paddlewheeler Creole Queen with this boat trip. Listen to an on-board jazz band and choose to add on a Creole-style dinner buffet as the boat sails along the Mississippi River. Take in the views from the promenade deck and sip New Orleans-inspired cocktails.
Hop aboard a luxurious six-passenger sailboat and ride into the sunset on the protected waters of New Orleans’ Lake Pontchartrain. You’ll find comfortable seating, with blankets for cooler weather, along with included craft beer, wine, non-alcoholic beverages, and snacks. Enjoy the spacious lounge below, or find your front-row seat for the sunset on deck.
Venture beyond New Orleans to the wilds of the Louisiana bayous on a small-group kayaking tour of the Manchac and Maurepas swamps. Climb aboard a tandem kayak and paddle through a lush landscape of cypress forests and wetlands teeming with wildlife. No kayaking experience is necessary, as a guide will teach you everything need to know to enjoy this Southern-style adventure.
Escape the city for an afternoon to experience life on the Louisiana bayou with a kayak tour of Manchac swamp. Just a short drive from New Orleans, the swamp offers a sleepy southern landscape of cypress trees, bird calls, alligators, and slow-moving currents that are perfect for beginning paddlers. No kayaking experience is necessary, and pickup from central New Orleans makes it convenient to take a nature break from the Big Easy.
Experience history like never before aboard PT-305! Built in New Orleans by Higgins Industries, the patrol-torpedo (PT) boat PT-305 was a critical asset for the US Navy during World War II, serving in European waters from 1944 to the end ofthe war. PT boats were a perfect naval expression of the American Spirit at war. Fast and maneuverable, patrol-torpedo boats were a unique and essential tool for US naval forces during World War II. PT-305, in bad repair and far from seaworthy, resided at Back Bay Boat Yard in Galveston, Texas, when she was acquired by The National WWII Museum. The decade that followed brought hundreds of volunteers, millions of dollars in monetary and in-kind donations, and dramatic changes to PT-305.Making her return to her home waters of Lake Pontchartrain, you can now see and feel the PT boat experience and learn about the service of the men who called them home with PT-305—the world's only fully restored combat-veteran PT boat in operation today!
Explore the Lake Side of NOLA on an Indulgent Sail.Your captain is local New Orleanian, Captain Doug, and he has over 35 years of sailing and sailboat racing experience. Doug is a U.S. Coast Guard Master Captain who loves sharing his passion of sailing with you. Sail on the protected waters of historic Lake Pontchartrain, located just 10 miles from the French Quarter.Every private sail includes:Transportation to and from French Quarter area hotelsComplimentary local craft beer, white wine, non-alcoholic drinks, and snacks, such as chips, cookies, and gluten-free pre-packaged optionsComfortable seating on deck and below in our beautiful spacious loungeSatellite radio onboard or Spotify – iPhone/Android compatibleRestrooms and all proper safety equipment onboardBlankets on board to use during those chillier daysSee the world’s longest bridge over water, the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway
- USCG licensed Master Captain (25GRT)- Private restroom/changing area- Lunch and bottled water are included- Comfortable seating for parties up to 6- Family friendly packages available- Trained/Qualified to work with patrons that have physical and/or intellectual disabilities
We are a very fun and positive fishing charter! We are a fleet of Louisiana native guides that really know the waters and will put you on some serious fish catching action! Easy day trips out of New Orleans. Inshore, offshore, marsh, oil rigs, islands you name it we will go there! Redfish, speckled trout, snapper, cobia, sharks, mackerel, flounder, sheepshead, and many other species are caught depending on season. Captain Markham Dickson also speaks German if your group needs that service he can run it personally. Big groups or small (1-60 people) we will make sure y'all have a good time! 1-6 people per boat and 10 boats at the ready!
Experience the full story of the wetlands in a eco-friendly low impact way. Kayak through a true swamp surrounded by large cypress tree covered in Spanish Moss . Our top rated kayak guides will stop along the way to tell you all about the diverse ecosystems in south Louisiana.Follow our guide down a natural bayou through a natural Louisiana swamp. Along the way your guide will pause to give detailed info about the bayous, swamps, and Louisiana’s wetland eco systems. At the mid way point, we will enjoy stop and enjoy the surroundings. Depending on the season wildlife consists of ibises, egrets, herons, eagles, alligators, turtles, and more. Woodpeckers and assorted song birds are seasonal visitors to the living and dead cypress trees visible from the bayou.Reservations are required, if you do not use our transportation detailed driving directions will be emailed in the confirmation email. We currently use a public launch near Laplace, La.
We are New Orleans only pedal bike bar boat. Join us on a group tour and bring your own beverage, meet some new friends and see some beautiful sights like the Levee and/or Bayou Sauvage.Call us or visit our site to view our full availability and for private parties or groups bigger than 2.