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The Outer Island Tour will leave you with a new appreciation for the productive shallow waters of Apalachicola Bay and the surrounding barrier islands.You may see Dolphins come up to the boat for closer look at the passangers or spot a Manatee easing by.Eagles,Ospreys,and Brown Pelicans all frequent the bay and islands.We can run a trawl as we cross the bay to Little St. George Island and examine the sea life up close before returning the live specimen back to the water.When we reach the island the passangers will have a one hour shore excusion on pristine Little St.George Island before heading back to Apalachicola.You can cross the island to the original site of Cape St.George Ligght,do some shelling,walk the beach,or follow trailsthrough th pine woods of pristine island.We can also drop you offf for camping and pick you up.If your pick up coincides withthe next trip the ride back is free. 

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Start Point: AMM Visitor Ctr

Apalachicola Maritime Museum Visitor Center

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End Point: AMM Visitor Ctr

Apalachicola Maritime Museum Visitor Center

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Meeting Point: Apalachicola Maritime Museum

The primary site of the Apalachicola Maritime Museum located at the waterfront in downtown Apalachicola behind the Franklin County courthouse with docks on the Apalachicola River.

Phone: 850-653-2500
Website: www.AMMFL.org
Address:

103 Water StreetApalachicola, FL 32320


Driving Directions:

Look to the right as you pass over the bridge heading west into Apalachicola. You will see the concrete docks on the right. Take your first right after the bridge and then the second right past the courthouse onto Water Street. Go 100 yards to 103 Water Street.


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Services:

Boat tours, eco and historical tours, barrier island excurions, kayak and canoe trips.