Here are some common questions about our sightseeing boat tours.
If weather cancels the tour do I get a refund?
Will I get motion sick on this experience?
Also, the boat we use for this sightseeing experience is very stable and secure, creating for a smooth ride, even in windy conditions.
In 11 years of business, we have NEVER had anyone become ill due to motion sickness on our vessels. We advise NOT taking any type of motion sickness pill before your tour, it is not necessary.
Is there an age limit for children taking this tour?
This is an open boat, with sun, wind and sometimes salt spray exposure, we do not recommend this tour for infants. Children up to 13 years of age are required by the USCG to wear life vests throughout the tour.
Children up to 4 years old must sit with a parent during the tour.
Is this tour appropriate for pregnant women?
Please call our office and discuss your particular situation and we can better advise you on what conditions will be like during your desired tour time, so that you can make an informed decision.
Can we bring cameras and personal items aboard?
We encourage bringing cameras aboard and it is safe to keep them out during the tours.
We cannot accommodate large bags, suitcases, etc.
Will I get wet on this tour?
We have complimentary rain ponchos for each passenger if necessary.
What is the cancellation policy?
Cancellation notices received within 48 hours of your reservation will be given a full credit in the form of a same value gift certificate on a future tour with us within one full year. We will make our best effort to sell your seats and give you a full refund, however this is not always possible at the last minute.
If weather forces cancellation before departure you will receive a full refund. If weather interrupts or cancels a tour after departure we will make every effort to reschedule your trip or provide you with a tour voucher good for one year.
What type of clothing should I wear on this tour?
We recommend comfortable clothing, shorts/t-shirts in the warmer summer months and light jackets or sweaters during the cooler winter season. Sunglasses, hats, sunscreen and soft-soled shoes are also recommended. Passengers will be asked to remove shoes with any type of heel or sole that could damage the vessel.
Ocean Force Adventures
Miami Beach Marina, Pier E 300 Alton Road, Miami Beach, FL
Tel: (305) 372-3388
Monday – Sunday 8:00am – 6:00pm Email: Info@oceanforceadventures.com