Four Types of Dolphin Cruises Are Available in Orange Beach & Gulf Shores, AL

Dolphin Cruises Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet is offering daytime cruises, sunset cruises, private cruises and field trips in Orange Beach and Gulf Shores, AL.

Orange Beach, United States - April 19, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Dolphin Cruises Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet offers multiple types of cruises in Orange Beach and Gulf Shores, AL. Led by Captain Philip Taylor, Dolphin Cruises Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet has been cruising since 1997, and vacationers and residents of the Orange Beach and Gulf Shores area have been riding with them ever since. There are four main types of cruises that Dolphin Cruises Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet offers to their guests. These include daytime cruises, sunset cruises, private cruises, and field trips.

The daytime cruises consist of a 90-minute ride aboard one of the 50-foot Cold Mil boats. Each boat offers a comfortable and smooth ride with 360-degree viewing for maximum dolphin siting opportunities. These cruises are a wonderful experience for the entire family.

The sunset cruises are just like the daytime cruises, but guests are on the water as the sun goes down. These cruises provide a unique experience that is sure to leave a lasting memory. The sunset cruises are also perfect for the entire family.

The private cruises allow large groups to rent an entire boat with Dolphin Cruises Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet. The 50-foot boats can fit parties of up to 49 people, and coolers with drinks and snacks for the whole group can be brought on board. These cruises are perfect for birthday parties, reunions, work events, and much more. The private cruises also last 90 minutes.

The field trip cruises are a great experience for students. These last 90 minutes as well and provide an incredible and unique learning experience. Students, teachers and chaperones can observe the dolphins in their natural habitat while learning about the waterways and local wildlife through the guidance of the Dolphin Cruises Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet crew.

Dolphin Cruises Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet docks their boats at Bear Point Marina in Orange Beach, AL, located at 5749 Bay La Launch Avenue. To learn more about the cruises they offer, visit their website here: https://www.dolphincruises.com

Contact Info:
Name: Philip Taylor
Organization: Dolphin Cruises
Address: 5749 Bay La Launch Avenue, Orange Beach, AL 36561, United States
Phone: +1-251-943-3510
Website: https://www.dolphincruises.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 504670

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