MAXIMUM 12 PASSENGERS, NO EXCEPTIONS!!
ALL PRICES DO NOT INCLUDE U.S. Coast Guard Certified Captain and 1 crew member. If you have a qualified Captain with a USCG Master 50 ton license, first aid certified, cpr/aed certified, and one million dolars liability insurance, then he/she is eligible to captain the boat after a 45 minute sea trial check. Otherwise we can provide a list of captains that we know are qualified, insured, and are familiar with our vessels. Captain and crew combined rates range from $40/hr to $55/hr, and you will pay them directly.
Be the envy of all, no other boat like it in Chicago with tons of space at 40 feet long by 17 feet wide! Make no mistake, heads will turn.Prices INCLUDES taxes, use of refrigerator and gas grill, rockin stereo, kayak, 2 paddle boards, water floats and toys, free ice, free bottled water!
Full Day is 6 hours, Half Day is 4 hours.
2, 3 and 5 hour charters also available.
OFFSHORE312 requires that a licensed captain must be in command of the vessel at all times. Insurance requires at least one crew member on board the vessels as well.
Tons of space! Head turning floating party deck boat with water toys and 2nd story sun deck. Full size grill, toilet, huge swim platform!!
Be the envy of all, no other boat like it in Chicago with tons of space at 40 feet long by 17 feet wide! Make no mistake, heads will turn.
Tons of space! Head turning floating party deck boat with water toys and the second story sun deck. Full size grill, toilet, huge swim platform!!
LOVED the boat!! Generously sized for 12 people, all of the equipment was provided as promised and worked well and it was a lot of fun! I had Massimo as a captain and he was very friendly and accommodating and easy to reach with questions beforehand, went and got bags of ice for us at the dock office before departing. Criticisms: 1) They said water would be provided, they had one case of water that wasn't even full. For 12 people for 6 hours in the sun I would not consider this nearly sufficient water provided -- at least let me know how much you have so we could have come prepared with more. 2) Once the boat was anchored out in the water, the captain was not clear as to where we could take the kayak and paddleboards (on which side of the buoy), and that they could get cited if we tip the kayak over (which we didn't know would be a problem since we were just playing around and easily pulled the kayak back to the boat) and this violation resulted in the Coast Guard coming onto the boat and asking us a ton of questions, and remaining on the boat for over an hour. The Coast Guard officers were really nice and the captain handled it well, but it really killed the buzz of our party and caused a lot of stress and wasted a big chunk of the afternoon, so I would have appreciated some better clarification of the rules when we got on board since none of the passengers had even been out in the water in Lake Michigan before to have avoided our interaction with the Coast Guard.