Where can I go with the boats?
Take a sightseeing tour of the Naples waterfront Mansion, Celebration Park or Wiggin's Pass. Go island hopping around Keewaydin Island, 10,000 Islands or Marco Island and find a secluded beach to picnic on.
What are the boating boundaries?
South to Cape Romano, North to Wiggins Pass and with a little additional offshore training, out to one of the many reefs & wrecks in the Gulf of Mexico (15 miles).
Where is the best place to fish?
Naples and Collier County has no shortage of great fishing spots from Naples Bay and 10,000 Islands to reefs and wrecks near the shore of around Marco Island.
What kind of fish can I catch?
Grab your rod and reel and you might catch Tarpon, multiple types of Snapper species, Sea Trout, Snook, Red Fish, Sheepshead, Black Drum, Shark, Grouper, Jacks, any many more...
Animal life to see and where?
If you love bid watching you'll see Heron, Roseate Spoon Bills and Flamingo which are making a comeback to Southwest Florida. You might spot Dolphin's swimming in your wake or see a Manatee sleeping at the bottom of the river. Look closely at the Mangrove and the Raccoons might show you some acrobatics.
Islands, sandbars, or preserves to see?
Keewaydin Island, Kice Island, Cape Romano, Naples Bay and Rookery Preserve are all favorite boating destination spots.