We have almost everything you need on board, but you can bring anything you would like to. We recommend bringing a towel, polarized sunglasses, and sweater or jacket, just in case. It is always cooler on the water than it is on land because of the breeze and the open air boat.
Is there an age limit?
Are there sharks?
There are around 50 species of sharks that live in the Gulf of Mexico. Not to fear! They seem to shy away from people and you most likely have to be actively looking for them to be fortunate enough to see them. We get asked this question by worried guests so many times that we printed out statistics to keep on the boat. Vending machines and elephants kill more people than sharks do, for example. The fear of sharks is a media-made fear. Before scary movies about sharks came out, no one gave sharks a second thought. The chances of getting attacked by a shark are so small that it is not worth worrying about. Not to mention, sharks do most of their feeding at night.
What if the weather is bad?
Leave the weather to us. We do not go out on a tour if there is any chance the safety of the tour is compromised due to bad weather conditions or otherwise.