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Giant Rubber Duck at Riverfront Gondola Tours
Large Rubber Duck at Riverfront Gondola Tours

Are the boats air-conditioned?

No. These are electric gondolas. They don’t have the juice needed to run an air-conditioner.

Is there a micro-wave on board?

No. These are electric gondolas. They don’t have the juice needed to run a micro-wave.

Can we bring a Hibachi (BBQ grill) on board?

No. Really big No.

No flames of any kind are permitted on the gondolas.

Can we bring Sterno Cans on board?

No. Another big No.
No flames of any kind are permitted on the gondolas.

Can we be picked up at ________ ?

No. All of our tours start from our home base. 

Can we be dropped off at ________ ?

There are only a few places we could drop you off. Please keep in mind that the time it takes the gondola to return to our home base will be subtracted from you total tour time.  For most locations, your tour will need to end about 40 minutes earlier than scheduled to compensate for travel time back to our base.
Dropping off may be possible at the following locations: (MAY BE POSSIBLE: as docks may be full or conditions may be dangerous for drop off. Drop offs are not guaranteed.)

  • The Downtowner
  • 15th Street Fishery
  • Coconuts¬†

“Ok. But what about . . .” No. Just those 3 spots.
“Right, but . . .” No. Just those 3 spots.

Do your gondolas go out into the open Ocean?

No. We cruise the Inter-Coastal Waterway, the wonderful small canals that make up the neighborhoods of Ft Lauderdale and of course the New River.

Can we stop and anchor?

No.

Do you provide blankets?

No. But you are more than welcome to bring one.

What is the duck's name?

Oscar. He can be seen swimming near the boats on April 1st.