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Dolphin Adventure Cruise & Dolphin Tours

Calabash Fishing Fleets Famous Myrtle Beach Area Attraction.

(Dolphin sighting is guaranteed, or your next cruise is free!!)

Adults $21 (13 and up) – Children $18 (4-12 yrs) Children 3 and under are FREE!

Your dolphin adventure tours aboard the Navigator starts at the Calabash Fishing Fleet’s home port next to The Dockside Seafood Restaurant on Nance Street at the Calabash waterfront.

With our dolphin adventure cruise & dolphin tours you are guaranteed to see dolphins or your next cruise is FREE. This two hour Dolphin adventure cruise tour includes views of the beautiful island and Intercoastal Waterway as you head out to sea through the Little River inlet. Once at sea the Navigator will meet up with a working shrimp boat. (The Miss Serina shrimp boat is a part of our own Calabash fishing fleet) Dolphin will be abundant as they eagerly await the raising of the nets to see what the shrimpers will discard from the net. Once the nets have been emptied samples of what were caught in the net are handed over to the Navigators First Mate and from the bow pulpit he will explain and share each of the marvels of a shrimp nets bounty to our Myrtle Beach dolphin tour passengers. This is a favorite for all our child passengers.

You will enjoy being close to the dolphins for about an hour before heading back to our Calabash dock. Please dress appropriately, suntan lotion, hats & sunglasses are highly recommended.

 

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HELLO FELLOW FISH-FINATICS!!!!  MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND SHARE THE DATES!!🎣🎣🎣🎣🎣🎣

The overnight 24 hour Gulf Stream 
Fishing Trip dates aboard the Atlantic Star for the 2019 season are:

Saturday, May 18th
Saturday, June 22nd
Saturday, July 13th
Saturday, August 17th
Saturday, September 14th
Saturday, October 12th

Call the Calabash Fishing Fleet @ (910)575-0017 to reserve your tickets or book online today!!!!

#24HOURGULFSTREAMFISHING
#FISHONATLANTICSTAR
#CALABASHFISHINGFLEET
#BOOKTODAYCFF

HELLO FELLOW FISH-FINATICS!!!! MARK YOUR CALENDARS AND SHARE THE DATES!!🎣🎣🎣🎣🎣🎣

The overnight 24 hour Gulf Stream
Fishing Trip dates aboard the Atlantic Star for the 2019 season are:

Saturday, May 18th
Saturday, June 22nd
Saturday, July 13th
Saturday, August 17th
Saturday, September 14th
Saturday, October 12th

Call the Calabash Fishing Fleet @ (910)575-0017 to reserve your tickets or book online today!!!!

#24HOURGULFSTREAMFISHING
#FISHONATLANTICSTAR
#CALABASHFISHINGFLEET
#BOOKTODAYCFF
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Iam interested for sure

Ryan Allen we need to go this year. Dont have to do the 24hr though 😂

Hi Serena and Bob hope all is well I wish I were a back in Calabash and I would be fishing 1-9 19 was 6 years since Andy passed really miss him I do not like being back in Illinois Miss NC and my friends

Chris Stanley

Tim Cheek

How much

Kyle Mills

Billy Greenway, let me what date this year sir...

This would be sweet how many will it hold

When is Red Snapper season again? Stephen David and Joe Blake we need to plan something.

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Sincere gratitude for our AAA members!!!❤️❤️❤️ Thank you!!! Your Waterfront Seafood Shack Crew😊 ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Love eating there. Just wish the "no-seeums" would stay away. Food is worth it though.

Congratulations! Hope they try the pound cake after the seafood!

Sounds like a reasonable resolution to me!!😃🎣🎣🎣🎣🎣
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Sounds like a reasonable resolution to me!!😃🎣🎣🎣🎣🎣
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After fishing... Stop in and eat at The Shack while listening to Barefoot Billy play some tunes!!!

Wife got me a fishing pass for Christmas. Looking forward to seeing y’all again

You know I'll be seeing you. I have 14 trips to use this year. See you soon

What is that phone number I need to call to get the offseason deal on the trips again? I totally forgot to call and here it is, the end of December!

Amen i do agree

Matthew Medlin

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