AIRBOAT RIDES POMPANO BEACH FAQ’S
Below is a list of several questions we typically come across here at Airboat Rides Weston. If you have further questions beyond this list or require special accommodations, please contact us through our website, email or call us at 954-338-4890.
Yes, we do not take walk-ups to the boat ramp. You will need to email or call and make a reservation. As the #1 Airboat Rides Weston, it is always best to make reservations in advance!
After emailing us or calling us and making a reservation you will be emailed a confirmation with directions. We do not put it on our site as some people will just show up without a reservation and we can’t take them because we are completely booked.
We are in the south portion of Palm beach county in parkland near the Loxahatchee preserve approximately 45 minutes depending on traffic from downtown west palm beach near Boca Raton.
Normally between 9:00 am and 11:00 am or 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm. This may vary in the summertime. Weston airboat rides will take into account extenuating weather and special circumstances.
Normally six to nine depending on the passenger sizes or if it’s a mixed group with kids.
Yes, we have had passenger ages ranging from 1 year to 92 years old! Please note it is up to the parent’s discretion to decide whether they feel they can bring their child on a Weston airboat ride. We assure you that hundreds of families and companies choose to use us for their Weston airboat rides every year, and with our experienced USCG-certified Captains, you are completely safe.
The Florida Everglades has many species of plants and birdlife and is known as one of the largest wetlands in the world and home to the American Alligator. We normally see birds, alligators, and the occasional deer, but please be aware that all of the species are wild. We will do our absolute best to find them for you every trip, but there are no guarantees on wildlife.
We monitor the weather daily. We will not go out in a storm or lightning and jeopardize the safety of the Captain and passengers. This will be a decision made by the Captain as to Cancel the trip due to bad weather. Note upon booking your Captain will advise you on weather conditions and what to be prepared for. Winter time is 10 to 15 degrees cooler on the boat while it is moving.
Normally in the spring and summer shorts, a t-shirt, and flip flops or sneakers would be completely acceptable. Wintertime in South Florida is normally mild, however, it is a good idea to bring a windbreaker or jacket in the wintertime.
No, the boat ride is smooth and glides across the top of land and water.
We provide a cooler with bottled water and ice. You may bring snacks and beverages onboard if you would like. Cameras, Sunscreen, and video cameras are a good idea to bring as well as a good pair of polarized sunglasses.
Normally this is not an issue as we are on the water and moving. If you would like you may bring some repellent, however it isn’t necessary.
Yes, you must cancel your trip 48 hours in advance prior to your Everglades tour by phone or email or forfeit your 50% deposit. Deposits are non-refundable with the exception of inclement weather decided by our staff or your Captain. The airboat ride may be rescheduled within the same calendar week.