Its hard to have fun when you are responsible for operating the boat. That's why we recommend that you charter a boat with a captain included. A captain who knows the local waters and where all the fun spots are.
For about the same cost of smaller boats without a Captain, you can get a spacious 32' Sport Cruiser with all the comforts for a carefree day on the water. And don't let the age of this boat fool you. She has been meticulously maintained and updated throughout her life . She was repowered with twin, 270hp Crusader engines in 2007. She is a true classic.
Just bring your drinks, snacks, bathing suit, sun screen and towels. Peacemaker is a beautiful, Sport Cruiser. Its versatile design is perfect for cruising the intercoastal, swimming, snorkeling, sunset cruises, island exploration, bar hopping, camping and more. You can explore and picnic on one of the many spoil islands, swim and snorkel at the beautiful sandbars, collect starfish and shells, bar hop or just relax on the bow with a cool beverage and your captain at the helm. Dolphin watching is always a favorite as the dolphins love to play in our wake. Peacemakers salon is fully air conditioned for those hot summer nights and a swim platform with ladder for a dip in the waters of the Indian River Lagoon. Water toys and snorkel equipment included FREE. The galley is equipped with a refrigerator/freezer, stove, convection oven and microwave if needed to prepare your meals. Catering is available for special occasions. Our boat has a private Head (restroom) with a freshwater shower. Your captain has over 40 years boating experience in Florida waters and is Licensed by the US Coast Guard. He served as an officer with the US Coast Guard Auxiliary for seven years. Your safety and enjoyment are his number one priorities.
Inquire about our very affordable, three day two night Snorkeling Adventure to Peanut Island for only $850/day for up to four passengers.
Special Note: Be aware that "Peacemaker" is docked at the new Cay Marine. 8525 US 1, Micco Florida which is just north of the Sebastian River bridge.