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Watching the sunset off the bow of Follow That Dream

Overnight Catamaran Cruise
24 Hours - Flexible Times

We work with you to determine the best start time for your 24-hour luxury catamaran cruise around Amelia Island and the surrounding area. We can start early in the morning or in the afternoon; your choice, and we will spend 24 hours on the boat enjoying the sites and sounds out on the water.  We normally take 4 people on this overnight cruise, but we can be flexible and take up to 2 additional people under  certain conditions.  Call us to schedule this memorable experience for you and your guests. 

Your overnight experience begins with a cruise towards Cumberland Island to hopefully see the wild horses grazing and playing in the water.  We will sail throughout the day and to watch the sunset before we drop the sails and prepare for the evening. We might be at a dock, a mooring ball, or at anchor in the area. In the morning you can watch the sunrise or sleep in as we make to see new sights and then make our way home to Amelia Island.

  • Enjoy a beautiful sailing tour around Amelia Island on a safe and comfortable catamaran

  • Sail with one of our "safety first - fun second" USCG Licensed Captains

  • $1,500 for 24 hours up to 4 people (additional guests may be allowed - call to discuss); docking fees (if used) and gratuity not included

  • Two Cabins; 1 queen sized bed, 1 full sized bed and one full bathroom

  • Lunch, Dinner, Breakfast and Snacks provided

  • Drinks (beer, wine, water, and soft drinks) are provided complimentary. You may also bring your own favorite adult beverage. Please no hard liquor.

  • See dolphins, Fort Clinch, Cumberland Island wild horses, and much more

  • Up to 4 people (kids are always welcome, however children under 6 years of age must wear a life jacket at all times while on-board)

  • 7-day cancellation policy. No charge if we need to cancel due to inclement weather (rain/lightning)

  • There is a $200 extra premium charge per charters on holidays and holiday weekends

    • New Year's Day (January 1)

    • Martin Luther King, Jr. (Third Monday in January)

    • Washington's Birthday (Third Monday in February)

    • Memorial Day (Last Monday in May)

    • Juneteenth (June 19)

    • Independence Day (July 4)

    • Labor Day (First Monday in September)

    • Columbus Day (Second Monday in October)

    • Veterans Day (November 11)

    • Thanksgiving Day (Fourth Thursday in November)

    • Christmas Day (December 25)

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