What's On Board

Dream. Drift. Discover.

What’s Onboard?

Here’s a little guide to give you an idea what’s onboard the boat. You can also see our FAQ Page for other questions or our Packing List helper.

Our videos will also give you a sense of what the boat looks like, and what the channel is like.

24 Hour Use of Kayak

Solar Shower

Headlamps & Battery Fans

Cooler

All boats have:

  • Small battery-operated fans
  • *Batteries for fans (please turn them off when not in use. )
  • A small cooler (can hold a few drinks or sandwiches)
  • Battery lights (please turn off when not in use)
  • SOLAR powered USB port to charge phones and cameras (NOT THE SAME AS NORMAL ELECTRICITY. No large devices such as hair dryers, flat irons, computers etc..)
  • Fresh Bed linens – sheets, blankets (winter), pillowcases that are washed after each guest. If you are on for longer stays we change them as needed.
  • Bath towels and clothespins to hang them
  • Bug spray (but you may want to bring your own). The bugs aren’t an issue during the day, and although they aren’t terrible at night, during dusk (the hour during/after sunset) they do come out for a bit.
  • Sunscreen (please don’t take it with you)  (Located in the basket)
  • Biodegradable Shampoo/Conditioner/soap (Located in the basket)
  • First Aid Kit (located in the basket)
  • Headlamps (THEY ARE NOT WATERPROOF)
  • Solar shower. This is like a camp-bag that heats in the sun.
  • Tanks of water to fill the shower (we still suggest bringing your own drinking water).  We refill the solar shower as needed.
  • Porto Potty and toilet paper (which we empty and clean, hence the cleaning fee). Please only throw toilet paper in the toilet – no paper towels.
  • One to two kayaks with paddles (depending on a number of guests) which you can have unlimited use of. Most of our kayaks are tandems but we have some singles for solo travelers. There are some awesome mangrove-lined channels near the boat you can explore that feels like you are in another world.
  • Life Jackets and all necessary safety equipment required by the Coast Guard. You must be able to swim for safety reasons
  • Sunshade biminis (for the summer months)