It’s been a record-breaking summer of fun aboard the SunVenture, as thousands ‘ventured’ with us for Crab Island excursions, Harbor Fireworks Cruises and Dolphin Cruises. They say time flies when you’re having fun and that has certainly been the case this summer in Destin.
Labor Day is the last “hurrah!” of summer as we say goodbye to the dog days of heat and “hello” to cooler weather and regular routines. So how are you going to end on a memorable note?
Cruise through Labor Day in Destin Florida on the water, aboard the SunVenture. Our captains are gearing up for one more fun-filled weekend on the water.
There’s no other place to be than Crab Island this Labor Day in Destin. Ranging in depths from 2 to 10 feet, the underwater sandbar known as Crab Island is the place where everyone anchors their boats and spends a day in the waist-deep emerald green waters. With picturesque views of the Destin bridge, Crab Island offers everything from live music and water slides to floating food vendors, paddle boarding and relaxing in the water. Crab Island is only accessible by boat – let our captains take you for relaxing day on the water.
The fun begins the week leading up to Labor Day in Destin, as the SunVenture cruises daily to Crab Island at 11am starting Monday, August 31st. We’re starting the party earlier on Saturday and Sunday with 10am cruises to Crab Island.
For a more relaxing experience, enjoy a memorable sunset and dolphin cruise of the Destin Harbor. Watch the sun descend over the picturesque Destin bridge and watch the dolphins swimming in the emerald green waters. Cruising Monday 8/31 and all Labor Day weekend at 6:30 pm.
View our entire Destin Dolphin, Sunset and Crab Island Cruises schedule here and book online.
Also, check out our sunset dinner cruises on the SOLARIS yacht at Sandestin.
Labor Day is the unofficial last weekend of the summer as the sun sets on a memory-filled season of fun in the sun in Destin Florida. How are you going to celebrate?
There’s no better way to celebrate Labor Day in Destin Florida than on the water. For some fun in the sun, ‘venture’ over to the Destin Harbor. The 45-foot sporty SunVenture catamaran cruises from the emerald green waters of the Destin Harbor for dolphin sunset cruises, Crab Island excursions and private cruises.
Here are 3 ways to cruise through Labor Day on the water:
1. Crab Island – If you’ve never been to Crab Island, you’re missing out on the Labor Day party of the year on the water. Our captains will drive you out to the shallow sandbar at the Destin bridge so you can enjoy a safe and worry-free day of playing and relaxing in the shallow waters. Join us for our Labor Day Crab Island excursions on Sat, 8/30 or Sun, 8/31.
2. Fireworks Harbor Cruise – For one of the most memorable things to do in Destin, venture aboard the SunVenture for a 1-hour narrated cruise that explores the beautiful Destin Harbor and ends with a BANG! Experience a magical night as the harbor illuminates with a spectacular Destin fireworks show. The SunVenture will also be cruising through the Harbor on Sun, 8/31 for a Labor Day Fireworks Show at 8:30 pm.
3. Dinner, Sunset & Fireworks Cruise – It doesn’t get much better than indulging in fresh local seafood while cruising into the sunset on the beautiful local waters. The 125′ SOLARIS yacht is cruising Wednesday through Sunday of Labor Day weekend with nightly dinner and sunset cruises. The fine dining menu is prepared on board by our executive chefs, featuring everything from steaks and seafood to special appetizers such as Wahoo Ceviche Luge Gazpacho Shooters and a Trio of Seafood Ceviche. The value is incredible considering a 3-course meal, sunset cruise and live entertainment while you dance under the stars and on the water.
If you really want to go all out, join the SOLARIS on our sunset & dinner cruises on Thursday, 8/28 or Sunday, 8/31. You’ll end your night with a bang with the best seat in the house for the Sandestin Fireworks show. This is an even more incredible value as there is no additional charge for the Fireworks & Dinner cruise.