Private tours of Southwest Florida’s most beautiful sites with your host, Captain Brian Corrion. Reservations call 239-400-9179

Frequently Asked Questions

To help you get started here are some of the most frequently asked questions for On The Water Florida Adventures.
How do I get to the boat?

The Marina at Edison Ford, 2360 W First Street, Ft Myers 33901

Check in is on the boat. Please arrive at least 15 minutes early allowing for traffic in season. There is a back deck at the Marina to hang out on, and the captain will come get you for castoff. You can park anywhere available, walk through the front door, and go straight through to the back deck.  If you arrive early Pinchers Restaurant is on premise and you are welcome to bring a drink from the bar as long it is in a plastic cup. We offer a small assortment of adult beverages and feel free to BYOB as small coolers are welcome or beverages can be placed in coolers provided on the boat (No Glass Please).

Are Dogs allowed?

Yes! Dogs are welcome on all private charters.

I don’t have a car can I be picked up?

If you are staying at a hotel or house on the water with a dock we offer location pick up for private charters for an additional $75 fee.

What if we get hungry on the trip?

If you trip is not designed as a restaurant destination you can bring your own food & drink. For $150 upgrade on private trips, we will provide you with a lovely shore lunch. Please note 24 hour noticed is required for shore lunch preparations.

Do you have a bathroom on the boat?

Yes! – We have a tinkletorium on the boat. It is small and clean, probably don’t want to take your iPad with you, however if the emergency arises we have you covered.

What do I need to bring?

Sunblock, Towel, snacks, beverages, snorkel gear, hat, sunglasses, jacket weather pending, water shoes if you have tender feet.

Do you allow alcohol?

Yes! We have two large coolers on boat along with ice for you to place your beverages and food.

What is your Cancellation Policy?

All tours are dependent on the weather of course. We collect a deposit to reserve your date and time slot. This deposit is non-refundable unless the trip is canceled by the Captain due to inclement weather, or unforeseen boat problems. In the case of inclement weather, we will try to re-book your trip for a better day if your schedule allows. Otherwise, we will cheerfully refund your entire deposit. If you fail to show up for your charter or cancel within one week of departure, you forfeit the entire charter amount.

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About Captain Brian

Captain Brian Corrion has been navigating the various waterways of Florida, from the glassy Gulf to the rougher ocean waves of the Atlantic coast for over 20 years.  Over that time period, his passion for being on the water has had him live on his boat and travel the Intercoastal Waterways from New Jersey to Boynton Beach, from Key West to Tampa Bay and many of the ports along the way.  

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Wild Florida

Southwest Florida has a unique environmental ecosystem consisting of preserves, sanctuaries, swamps, and estuaries.  Most notably, The Everglades National Park resides in Southwest Florida’s back yard.  The flora and fauna are on display daily in their natural environment located throughout all of Southwest Florida. You can also see them up-close and personal in the protected parks of this five-county region.

About Captain Brian

Captain Brian Corrion has been navigating the various waterways of Florida, from the glassy Gulf to the rougher ocean waves of the Atlantic coast for over 20 years.  Over that time period, his passion for being on the water has had him live on his boat and travel the Intercoastal Waterways from New Jersey to Boynton Beach, from Key West to Tampa Bay and many of the ports along the way.  

Adventure Updates

If you wish to receive our latest news in your email box, just subscribe to our newsletter. We won’t spam you, we promise!


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Wild Florida

Southwest Florida has a unique environmental ecosystem consisting of preserves, sanctuaries, swamps, and estuaries.  Most notably, The Everglades National Park resides in Southwest Florida’s back yard.  The flora and fauna are on display daily in their natural environment located throughout all of Southwest Florida. You can also see them up-close and personal in the protected parks of this five-county region.

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