Frequently Asked Questions
Where does the boat depart from?
The boat (Kyalami) departs from the Castaways Marina at Square Grouper Tiki Bar in sunny Jupiter, Florida. The address is:
1111 Love Street
Jupiter, Florida 33477
Free parking is available on Love Street across from Schooners.
Where does the boat go on the tour?
The boat goes past the world famous Jupiter Lighthouse and up the intracostal along Jupiter Island, home to the rich, famous, and infamous!
How long is the tour?
We take you on a 2 hour guided tour of Florida’s intracoastal waterway. The first hour is narrated and then we play music during the second hour, all the way back to the Square Grouper.
What time does the tour leave?
The tour leaves at 4:00PM after a quick safety briefing by the captain and returns at 6:00PM.
When should I arrive at the Castaways Marina?
You should plan on arriving at least 15 prior to departure.
Can I bring my own food and drinks on board?
Yes. We have light snacks, water and sodas available at no additional charge. However, we encourage you to bring along your own snacks, a meal from your favorite local restaurant, a bottle of wine, or your choice of other non-alcoholic and/or adult beverages.
Can I book a private tour?
Yes, you can book the Kyalami for anything from a private romantic tour for two, a ladies night out wine tasting cruise (BYOB), birthdays, or anniversary parties, to office parties, bachelor and bachelorette parties, Christmas parties… or any other reason you can think of to just get out on the water and have a fabulous time!
Am I allowed to tip?
Yes. The crew loves what they do and endeavors to ensure you have an amazing cruise. Your generosity is most appreciated and all but the Captain work for gratuities.
Can I bring children?
Absolutely! Jupiter Water Tours is a family friendly boat and all are welcome. Please remember, you are responsible for maintaining control of the little ones and for their general safety.
Can I bring my pet?
Yes, but… We ask that you limit pets to certified service animals only. We have a place to go potty for humans, not so much for animals.