Sunrise Dolphin Tour

What to expect:

You'll meet Captain Solomon at The Crab Shack restaurant on Tybee Island. There will be a quick safety brief before setting sail from the dock. You'll wind through the marshlands, creeks and rivers in search of the local resident dolphins.


The dolphins in the area are used to people coming out to pay them a visit so they usually stay in the area long enough to watch them dive, splash and play. Depending on the time of year, you may even see a few babies swimming with the pod.


The Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphin is the most common dolphin around the area. Did you know that when they sleep, they shut down one half of their brain so they can stay alive?! One side does the breathing while the other half makes sure everything is still working. Fascinating!


Feel free to bring your coffee and camera. Get ready to catch one of the most beautiful sunrises you'll probably ever see.

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Tour FAQ's

What should we bring?

We recommend bringing:

An extra layer. (If it is a cool day it may be cooler on the water)

Sun Screen 15 SPF (or greater)

Sun Glasses – Polarized recommended

Hat - that covers your neck and ears

Deck shoes, tennis shoes or sandals / no hard shoes

Whatever you would like to eat or drink

Camera / Binoculars

Do we have to wear life jackets?

12 and under must wear a life jacket. If you cannot swim, we recommend wearing a life jacket.

What happens if there is bad weather?

If the weather turns bad and the trip is cancelled, you'll be offered a full refund or a chance to reschedule.

What happens if I need to reschedule?

You can reschedule up to 48 hours before the departure time.

Will we see any dolphins?

The likelihood of seeing dolphins is high. We very rarely go out and not see any.

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