Sightseeing

Amelia Island waterways are made up of the beautiful Amelia River, Cumberland and Nassau Sounds and tidal estuaries, where dolphin, working shrimp boats and numerous historical landmarks offer guests of Amelia Island a memorable sightseeing cruise.

 

The Amelia Angler offers both private groups, family and individual sightseeing charters.

 

Group Sightseeing Tours


Private groups
of up to 100-passengers can visit Cumberland Island and enjoy a narrated walking tour down a coquina shell road to the "Dungeness Ruins", the "Ice House" museum and historic graveyard. Visitors will also see deer, turkey, armadillos, wild horses and a variety of bird-life during their walking tour. The sightseeing tour departs historical Fernandina Harbor aboard the 65-foot sightseeing boat, "Cumberland Princess". A forty-five minute narrated tour takes your private group north on the Amelia River to the "Sea Camp" dock at Cumberland Island where your tour begins.

Private group charters can also be booked on the "Cumberland Princess" for sightseeing trips on the Amelia River and Cumberland Sound.

The Amelia Angler also books private individual sightseeing charters on the fleet of local sailboats.

Sailing with Amelia Angler

 

Catered private group charters can be arranged on the "Cumberland Princess" with hors d'oeuvres and beverages for a two, three, or four-hour charter as well.

One of the more popular charters for either individuals or private group charters, is the one, or two-hour sunset charter. Amelia Island sunsets are nothing short of breathtaking as Florida's sun sets on Amelia Island's pristine waterways and marsh islands! Charter sailboat, the "Cumberland Princess" offer sunset sails.

 
 
 
 
 

Contact us today for more details and pricing!

 

 

Captain D. Lang

Captain D. Lang on the Cumberland Princess

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