Captain Mike’s Manatee Queen Launch Party

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Who doesn’t love a vacation on the banks of a beautiful river? The Crystal River area in Florida has become famous for its boat tours, wildlife snorkeling tours, scalloping, air-boat rides and other fun events thanks to the river’s scenic beauty and wildlife, especially its manatees. The Nature Coast serves as a perfect getaway for tourists.

Mike Millsap, fondly called Captain Mike, has been providing a variety of tour options in the region, including boat tours, manatee tours, snorkelling tours, bicycling options and more. His friendliness has earned him a large number of loyal customers in and around the Crystal River area. Mike has always been passionate about his work. He makes sure that people around him are having a good time and safely enjoying fun activities. He is supported by Captain Stu Murphy and other crew members who are equally amicable while helping tourists enjoy their vacations to the fullest. Everyone who knows Mike says he is a cheerful person who is fun to be around.

Captain Mike recently added a new boat called the Manatee Queen to his fleet. It is designed with all the amenities for a dinner/dance cruise. The boat will also be used for eco-tours, manatee tours and wildlife tours. Mike’s team is really excited about their latest acquisition. If you are looking for fun and adventure during a weekend or holiday in the Crystal River area, Captain Mike is your guy. In addition to exploring water sports, you can take a swim with the manatees, also known as sea cows. You might love a ride on the Rocket Man, a water-propelled jet-pack that lets you fly over water for a few minutes. And beneath the surface, this river provides an unparalleled snorkeling experience during which you can see many of its underwater creatures.

Swimming with the Manatees boasts the best water adventure in Crystal River, Florida with lots of things to do for you and your family. For more information, contact us online, or call us at (352) 571-1888.

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