Cabbage Key Waterways

Cabbage Key, a 100-acre paradise with lush vegetation, hiking trails and a historic restaurant, inn and cottages. Cabbage Key’s historic structures date back to the early 1930s. Visitors come to dine for breakfast, lunch or dinner in the Old House Restaurant that sits atop an Indian shell mound.

We take one or four passengers. Max. 4* persons (weight limit applies). Approximately 40-minute trip to Cabbage Key as Weather & Tide Allows. On this tour we will point out the various things to do local wildlife and key points of interest.

As an experienced seaman, we always has fresh cool water on board and has room in his coolers for your drinks and perishable Items. Thinking of have a beach Picnic? Don’t forget to reserve one of his classic wicker picnic baskets too!

Get to know our waterways like the back of your hand. All in the palm of your hand. Beaches to backwaters, local pros will have nothing on your navigational know-how when you download the all-new Lee County Waterways smartphone app.

With improved safety and convenience features, you’ll be boating with confidence and enjoyment in the click of a button.

So, before you launch your next excursion, launch our app and get the most out of our waterways!

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Please note: We reserve the right to cancel or end boat rentals due to bad weather, hazardous conditions, machinal problems or un-ruly passengers. Credit on future boat rentals will be on a case by case basis. No credit will be furnished if boat rental is cancelled due to un-ruly customers, passengers or passenger refusal to follow and conform to all safety regulations and procedures.