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 PWC In The News


"Exploring the Rivers with a Splash" by Marshall Brodie - The Miami Herald, July 7, 2005

"Tour Group Arrives by Personal Watercraft" published in The News-Press, Ft. Myers, Fla.- October 19, 2004

"Tenn-Tom River Adventure" Article published in The Commercial Dispatch, Columbus, MS. - July 16, 2004

An Article by O'Neill Williams about Discovery River Tours

RiverBoat Ramber Civilized Crusing by Waterbike , by David Seidman , Boating

PWC Magazine/ Premier Edition 2001, The Great Pee Dee River, South Carolina



2014 Tour Dates

 
2014 Tour Dates Announced!

St. Johns River Tour 2014
3 DAYS
May 3-5 (Sat-Mon)


$1135 + Fuel* (see below) per person (All-Inclusive)
Based on Double Occupancy - Single Occupancy Available for an additional $80

We値l start the season out exploring the St. Johns River and some of its unique attractions that will take us far, far away from the Florida crowds and beaches. We値l begin the journey in Palatka, FL on Saturday morning and the group will make their way south on Day One to our destination of Sanford, FL. Along the way, we値l give you a peek at the infamous Cross-Florida Barge Canal and take you on some of the beautiful back creeks that are hidden from the main channel of the river. If water levels and conditions permit, we値l stop to see one of the many natural springs that Florida is famous for. You値l pass through Lake George (Florida痴 2nd largest lake) and then we'll slow the pace a bit while we navigate a beautiful section of river mandated for a slower speed to protect the Manatees. We'll pick up the speed again and reach Lake Monroe just before arrival at our docking and lakeside accommodations in Sanford. We値l close the day out with some entertainment and a fabulous dinner cruise aboard an authentic, 105-foot, triple decked sternwheel paddleboat.

On Day Two, the group will head out mid-morning on a 44 mile round trip run that will lead us south beyond the marked river channel. You値l twist and wind through the more narrow sections of the St. Johns that are lined with lush hyacinth and marsh grasses. You should see quite a sampling of central Florida痴 wildlife along this route where native bird and gator sightings are usually plentiful. Upon our return to Sanford, we'll have lunch next door at a local favorite and you'll have the afternoon free to relax or explore Sanford's Historic Downtown area before we meet up with the group for dinner.

On the final day of the tour, we値l lead the Discovery River Tour group north to our original start point. We値l have lunch along the way and this time we値l take an adventurous side trip (water levels permitting) on the stunning Ocklawaha River. This route is normally not navigable for the bigger outboard motor boats but it provides a perfect venue for a PWC trip up to the dam at Rodman Reservoir. There aren't many words that can accurately describe the beauty, fun and adventure of this portion of the trip. It's a spectacular way to close out this 262 mile adventure with our end point of Palatka just a short jaunt away.

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 Roanoke River Run 2014
3 DAYS
June 23-25 (Mon-Wed)

$1185+ Fuel* (see below) per person (All-Inclusive)
Based on Double Occupancy - Single Occupancy available for an additional $140

Our newest river adventure will take us to North Carolina for a trip down the history rich Roanoke River! The headwaters of the Roanoke originate in the Blue Ridge Mountains in southwestern Virginia, but we値l begin our river travel just below the fall line in northeastern North Carolina. In fact, the last set of rapids will be visible from our launch point near Roanoke Rapids, N.C.

We値l cover 137 miles on Day One, following the river as it winds through a primarily rural setting until it eventually reaches Albemarle Sound. Much of our route will border the Roanoke River National Wildlife Refuge, which consists of bottomland hardwoods and cypress swamps that come together to be what the Nature Conservancy calls 登ne of the last great places. Along our route, you're likely to have numerous sightings of the majestic American Bald Eagle as they soar above the river channel. The river is rich in history, and home to some of the oldest settlements and industry in our country. We値l pass by towns such as Hamilton, founded in 1804 at the highest point along the river痴 edge, and home to Fort Branch, which protected the upriver town of Weldon until the Civil War conflict ended. Also, the town of Plymouth, established in 1787, famous for many battles and the site where the ironclad warship 鼎SS Albemarle sank.

Upon reaching Albemarle Sound, we値l cross its most western section and arrive at our destination of Edenton, N.C. The town served as North Carolina痴 capital from 1722 to 1743 and is loaded with beautifully restored buildings, homes, churches and the waterfront which is still the focal point. This will be our home for the next two nights and the Historic Inn property where we will stay includes a restored, relocated (wow!), circa 1915 tobacco packing house and a renovated circa 1900 Grand Victorian home, both converted to lodging and renovated within the last five years.

Day Two begins with another full breakfast at the Inn and then we are off to explore the nearby Cashie (ca-shy) River for the day. It痴 a beautiful, winding, blackwater river, lined with Cypress trees and bordered by the swamps that feed it. We値l follow the 68 mile ride with lunch and get you back to the Inn for your afternoon nap or a stroll around town. Later that evening, the group will take a short walk into town for dinner near the waterfront. Followed by a good night of rest, we'll be ready to begin our final day, which will take us back upriver to our start point in Weldon.

The Roanoke River truly is a 途oad less traveled and we are excited to share this 342-mile adventure on what is now a protected wilderness waterway.

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 Savannah River Tour 2014
3 DAYS
Sept. 5-7 (Fri-Sun)

$1195+ Fuel* (see below) per person (All-Inclusive)
Based on Double Occupancy - Single Occupancy available for an additional $178

This is the "original" Discovery River Tour and still gets rave reviews each and every year. This is the trip that started it all.....The scenic river, great food and superior lodging are what have made this trip a classic for the past 20+ years. We always look forward to making this trip in September, when the climate is so comfortable.

We start this fabulous trip in Augusta, GA, and will travel 180 miles on Day One to the trendy destination of Savannah, GA. This is one of our most secluded long distance runs and boasts plenty of lush vegetation along side the quiet beauty of a real natural river as it winds and curves its way to the coast. We'll provide a lunch catered riverside, as well as refreshments and snacks at each stop along the way.

We'll reach civilization and industry again just a few miles before our destination of Savannah. After making your way through the bustling historic riverfront, we'll arrive at our end point and the group will enjoy a low-country dinner and then be shuttled to our first-class accommodations located right on Savannah's famous River Street.

Day 2 offers a guided trip on some of the scenic back rivers and creeks of the area around Savannah. Once out of Savannah proper, we'll ride some of the beautiful marsh grass lined waterways that wind through the area. After lunch, the afternoon offers free time for you to enjoy the city of Savannah and the many shops, pubs, historic homes and sight-seeing tours within walking distance of our hotel. Alternate activites include a dip in the indoor pool, relaxing on the hotel's riverfront patio or an afternoon nap. The group will meet up that evening for a stroll down River Street for a fabulous dinner at one of our favorites!

Awaken on Day 3 to the quiet beauty of the river in early morning. Enjoy a full breakfast and then we're off to the marina to begin our journey back upriver to Augusta. Once again, you'll enjoy a topnotch lunch and refreshments along the way. At day's end you will have completed 420 miles on the river that serves as the Georgia & South Carolina state lines.

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 Louisiana Loop 2014
3 DAYS
Oct. 5-7 (Sun-Tues)

$1195+ Fuel* (see below) per person (All-Inclusive)
Based on Double Occupancy - Single Occupancy available for an additional $160

This trip is a favorite of crew and guests alike! It's a spectacular journey that will take us through the Atchafalaya Basin in south central Louisiana. This region has a vast amount of waterways and has officially earned the title of being the largest river swamp in the nation. The basin is made up of wetland areas and the river delta where the Atchafalaya River and the Gulf of Mexico converge. The best way to see this area is, of course, by water!

We値l start our adventure in Henderson, LA (just east of Lafayette), where the group will meet the night before the trip. This is the perfect place to get a taste of some authentic Cajun cuisine and a good night of rest before we embark on our ride! After a short drive to our launch point, the first day will take us on some of the rivers and bayous leading from St. Martin Parish south to Morgan City, including the Atchafalaya River Main Channel and Bayou Chene. From there, we値l turn north towards Baton Rouge, traveling a variety of waterways, including Intracoastal Waterway, Belle River and Bayou Plaquemine. We値l have a short shuttle from the town of Plaquemine to the historic plantation that will be our lodging and home base for two nights. This magnificent plantation property is home to the South痴 largest remaining antebellum mansion and has recently been restored to absolute perfection (!!). The renovation and expansion included the addition of several brand new luxury cottages, which have been reserved for our group. We値l have a special dinner prepared by their chef to close out the day.

The activities for Day 2 will include a 60+ mile river trip to explore more waterways in the basin and an optional guided tour of the mansion for our group that afternoon. The period architecture and furnishings are quite fascinating to see and after the tour you'll have time to stroll the beautiful grounds or just head back to your cottage for a short nap. That evening the group will dine at the mansion on a variety of their chef痴 best cuisine. We値l return to St. Martin Parish and Butte LaRose on Day 3 via an alternate route that will take you on many of the backwater bayous and pipeline canals that comprise the inner Atachafalaya Basin. This is a spectacular leg of the trip and closes out the 397 mile ride through this beautiful and diverse region of the state. This is one you don稚 want to miss!

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 Cape Fear River Trip
3 DAYS
Not Scheduled for 2014


TBA per person (All-Inclusive)
Based on Double Occupancy - Single Occupancy Available

This river trip takes us to eastern North Carolina. We begin the trip in Fayetteville, N.C. and we'll travel the beautiful Cape Fear River down to Wilmington which will be our base for two nights. Along the route we'll take the group through this river's unique, and antique, lock system, built over 70 years ago and still manually operated today. (These locks originally catered to commercial traffic and therefore still remain closed on the weekends.) This once bustling waterway still shows signs of commercial activity from it's distant past, but is now quiet, becoming a road less traveled.

We'll spend two nights on the Wilmington riverfront at their most recently renovated hotel and our reserved docking is just a few feet away. The entire Wilmington riverfront is within easy walking distance and offers many fine shops, restaurants and historical buildings. You may want to take time to tour the battleship U.S.S. North Carolina, which is moored directly across the river from the hotel. Day 2 will offer some free time to explore the town after our 86-mile morning run up the Northeast Cape Fear River. This is a classic coastal Carolina blackwater river, loaded with cypress and hardwoods and always makes for a beautiful ride (especially on a weekday!).

Day 3 will take us back up the Cape Fear River to return to our start point of Fayetteville. Again, we'll traverse the 3 locks and enjoy lunch along the way. All in all, a truly unique ride covering 310 miles over the 3 days.


 Hoochicola River Adventure
3 DAYS
Not Scheduled for 2014

TBA per person (All-Inclusive)
Based on Double Occupancy - Single Occupancy available for an additional $210

The mileage packed 滴oochicola River Adventure will take you on 480 miles of water travel in three days! You値l experience a real sense of adventure as you traverse the 4 rivers, 3 locks, 2 lakes, 1 bay and a piece of the Intracoastal Waterway that make up the route on this amazing 途un to the sun.

The group will start our travels early on Day One on Lake Walter F. George, just south of Columbus, Georgia. After just a short ride you値l go through the first lock, which is the 2nd highest lock east of the Mississippi, with a drop of 88 feet. What an experience on a PWC! After being lowered through the lock, the group begins travel on the Chattahoochee River (the 滴ooch). After a catered lunch, two more locks and a trip through Lake Seminole, you will be in Florida and headed south on the beautiful Apalachicola River. The water is smooth, the vegetation lush and the wildlife abundant. We値l include a detour off the main channel onto the narrow, winding Chipola River before reaching our destination in Apalachicola, FL just a couple of miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico.

This quaint coastal town, known for some of the best seafood the Panhandle has to offer, will be our home for two nights. Upon completion of our first 185-mile day, we値l be anxious to set our sights on Apalachicola痴 newest luxury waterfront lodging, just off the main river channel. Each of the hotel痴 suites is unique and preserves the atmosphere of 登ld Florida throughout. After getting settled in, we値l be ready try out our appetites on some of that famous seafood.

On Day Two you値l have some time to relax on your own, see the town or join the group for a PWC run over to East Bay near Panama City. This is always a fun time and the uninhabited route offers some great scenery and a good chance to spot some dolphins and other interesting wildlife. We値l have lunch at one of our all time favorite spots and return to 鄭palach in the afternoon leaving some time for you to do what you like. You may want to stroll around town where you値l find plenty of unique shops, restaurants, historic homes and the Maritime Museum - or you may want to just kick back on your own private river view veranda with a cold beverage (or two). Whatever you chose to do, the group will meet up later for dinner and try out some more of the delicious local cuisine.

The group is up early again on Day 3 as we make our return trip back to Georgia. We値l pick up the pace a little on this last day of the trip and you値l enjoy a slightly different route as we include a short ride on the Little St. Marks River. Upon your return, you値l receive your commemorative t-shirt and our crew will assist with your departure. This trip really has it all a great destination, luxury waterfront lodging, terrific meals, unbeatable scenery and real satisfaction for those of you that like a lot of seat time. Join us!!


 The Tenn-Tom River Adventure
5 DAYS
Not Scheduled for 2014

TBAper person (All-Inclusive )
Based on SINGLE Occupancy - Double occupancy DISCOUNT

We would like to announce the return of our greatest river adventure ever, the Tenn-Tom River Adventure! Get ready for a five day, 780-mile journey of a lifetime that will take you as far north as Columbus, Mississippi and as far south as Mobile Bay on the Gulf of Mexico. You'll travel on six different rivers and traverse 10 locks along the way.

Your adventure starts early morning in Demopolis, AL and takes you south down the Tombigbee River through two locks and a whopping 215 miles to close out Day 1. Along the way you値l split off on the Tensaw River and complete the day痴 run down through the beautiful Mobile-Tensaw Delta region. We'll land on the eastern shore of Mobile Bay at the wonderful bed and breakfast that will be our home base for the next two nights. Great food and specatcular sunsets enjoyed from our private 200' pier will make this one of the best stops on our journey.

Day 2 will offer some rest and relaxation but will also include an awesome day-trip through the area creeks, rivers and bayous of the vast, spectacular Delta Region. Day 3 sees you off early again to make the return to Demopolis where we'll enjoy a fabulous dinner and a well deserved night of rest. Day 4 will take the group north to Columbus, MS and will show you the incredible high bluffs and old river channels that make this section so unique. Day 5 will deliver you back to your original start point of Demopolis and will close out a truly grand adventure.

This trip was designed especially for the hardy river traveler that craves plenty of ride time, so if you have a yearnng for a real accomplishment and your craft is capable of maintaining forty-five m.p.h., then this is the ultimate PWC trip for you!


 The Alabama River Run
3 DAYS
Not Scheduled for 2014

TBA per person (All-Inclusive)
Based on Double Occupancy - Single Occupancy available

This river tour begins just south of Selma, Alabama on the Alabama River. The group will depart early Sunday from the Roland Cooper State Park and make their way south on a very remote and uninhabited section of the river. You'll pass through two locks on the way to our destination and will travel a scenic route down a wilderness river. Near the end of the 186-mile day we'll merge onto the Mobile River and reach our destination just north of Mobile Bay.

After a short shuttle into downtown Mobile, you'll arrive at the Historic Inn that will host our group for the next two nights. Listed on the national register of historic places, this circa 1862 hotel offers beautifully restored lodging, an interior courtyard and a swimming pool. We'll close out the evening with a private catered dinner for our group in what used to be the carriage house. Our crew will share more about the history and secrets of this fascinating location while on the trip.

On Day Two, the group will head out mid-morning on a 60+ mile run through the always amazing Mobile-Tensaw Delta. You'll twist and wind through beautiful creeks and narrow pipeline canals and the route will take you under some of the lowest and some of the tallest bridges of any trips we do. We'll share some of our favorite waterways, like Bayou Canot, Bayou Sara and Big Lizard Creek. After a great lunch and a fuel top-off you'll weave your way back to our docking location and catch a shuttle to the Inn. You'll have some free time to explore the downtown area, relax at the pool or take a nap before dinner.

On Tuesday, the final day of the tour, we'll lead the group back up river 186 miles to our original start point. Once again, you'll traverse two locks and enjoy a fabulous lunch along the way. As the sun begins to wane in the Alabama sky, you'll complete your 440-mile journey and your glimpse at a forgotten piece of an American River.


 St. Marys - Altamaha River Tour
3 DAYS
Not Scheduled for 2014

TBA per person (All-Inclusive)
Based on Double Occupancy - Single Occupancy available

This is an all new version of a similar trip we ran in 2002 and we are excited about the changes and improvements to our route! We'll begin this southeast Georgia adventure near Jesup, GA on the Altamaha River. Day One will cover 140 miles via the Altamaha River, the Intracoastal Waterway and several back creeks and rivers we've discovered to avoid some of the open channels near the coast. Just past Cumberland Island, we'll reach our destination of Saint Marys, GA, the second oldest city in the U.S. It is a quaint little riverfront town, rich in history and located only 8 miles from the Atlantic Coast in the southern-most tip of Georgia. We'll stay two nights in town at the charming Spencer House Inn, built in 1872 and located just one block from the river, marina and the new waterfront park.

Day Two will provide an awesome run on the St. Marys River, which also serves as the southern border of Georgia. This 110 mile ride on the beautiful, winding blackwater river will be especially enjoyable on a weekday with minimal recreational traffic. After lunch and our return to St. Marys, you'll have the afternoon free to relax on one of the porches at the Inn, stroll by some of the neighboring historic homes and churches or visit the waterfront shops and pubs. The group will join together that evening for a fabulous dinner and time to talk about the day.

On Day Three we'll return to our start point, completing the 390 mile trek to coastal Georgia and back. Upon completion of this journey you will have explored many of the coastal marshes, inland forests and cypress swamps that are native to the region. With such a variety of scenery and wildlife along these waterways, this trip is sure to become a favorite and a great addition to your river-touring scrapbook.


 Cumberland River Trip II
3 DAYS
Not Scheduled for 2014

TBA per person (All-Inclusive)
Based on Double Occupancy - Single Occupancy available for an additional $130

On this new version of our Cumberland River Trip, the ride will start near Gainesboro, TN and we値l travel the Cumberland River as far west as Nashville. The trip covers 350 total miles and offers extraordinary scenery, as we wind through high rock bluffs (some over 200 feet high) and through rural farm lands abundant in hardwoods tucked in around the rock and limestone formations.

On Day 1 the group will travel 140 miles on the beautiful Cumberland River. We値l have lunch along the way and pass through the Cordell Hull Lock in route to our destination for two nights in the Old Hickory Lake area. After getting the group docked at the marina, we値l have a short shuttle to our hotel. In this more populated area of the river, we値l be sure to enjoy a great dinner and who knows..we might even spot a famous Country Music star enjoying some relaxation time in the area.

On the morning of Day 2, the ride will continue west again, navigating through the Old Hickory Lock and making the 35 mile trek into downtown Nashville! We値l have lunch there and a little time to sightsee before we return and complete the 70 mile ride. After a little afternoon rest time, the group will head out for a private pre-dinner cruise to view some of the most exclusive homes in the area. We'll follow that up with a great dinner and a good nights rest. Our return trip on Day 3 will take us back upriver to our start point and again we値l carve with the river 140 miles through the lush mountain landscape to complete an awesome ride in this beautiful region of upper Tennessee. We are excited to return again to the Cumberland River and we hope you can join us!


 Tombigbee-Mobile River Trip
3 DAYS
Not Scheduled for 2014

$1175+ Fuel* (see below) per person (All-Inclusive)
Based on Double Occupancy - Single Occupancy available for an additional $135

We would like to announce the combination of two of our best trips (Alabama & Tenn-Tom Adventure) into one awesome three-day ride! Your adventure starts early morning in Demopolis, AL and takes you south down the Tombigbee River through two locks and a distance of 203 miles. Near the end of Day One, the Alabama River will merge with the Tombigbee to form the Mobile River and will lead us to our destination just north of Mobile Bay.

After a short shuttle into downtown Mobile, you値l arrive at the Historic Inn that will host our group for the next two nights. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this circa 1862 hotel offers beautifully restored lodging, an interior courtyard and a swimming pool. We'll close out the evening with a private catered dinner for our group in what was formerly the carriage house. Our crew will share more about the history and secrets of this fascinating location while on the trip.

On Day Two, the group will head out mid-morning on a 60+ mile run through the always amazing Mobile-Tensaw Delta. You'll twist and wind through beautiful creeks and narrow pipeline canals and the route will take you under some of the lowest and some of the tallest bridges of any trips we do. On what we consider to be one of our best 電ay trips, we'll share some of our favorite waterways, like Bayou Canot, Bayou Sara and Big Lizard Creek. After a great lunch and a fuel top-off you'll weave your way back to our docking location and catch a shuttle to the Inn. You'll have some free time to explore the downtown area, relax at the pool or take a nap before dinner.

On Tuesday, the final day of the tour, we'll lead the group back up river 203 miles to our original start point. Once again, you'll traverse two locks and enjoy a fabulous lunch along the way. As it was on the trip down river, you池e likely to see barges loaded with everything from sawdust, to natural gas, to coal. There should be very little recreational traffic..and you may even spot a gator or two. As the day comes to a close, you値l arrive back in Demopolis, AL and complete the 474 mile river adventure.


 PeeDee-Waccamaw River Trip
3 DAYS
Not Scheduled for 2014

$1165+ Fuel* (see below) per person (All-lnclusive)
Based on Double Occupancy - Single Occupancy available for an additional $165

One of our most popular trips for over 10 years and a favorite of the DRT crew, this trip will take you to the beautiful riverfront destination of Conway, SC. Our route will take us on some of the most scenic waterways of any trip we offer. In addition to the natural beauty, you'll also get a close river view of some of the old plantation homes and riverfront properties perched on the river's edge. We'll begin this trip near McClellanville, SC on the Intracoastal Waterway. From there you will travel some sections of the South and North Santee Rivers before we stop for lunch on the Historic Georgetown riverwalk. The afternoon will take us on to the Great Pee Dee River, where we'll pass through the narrow, trail-like sections of the Samworth Wildlife Management Area. After the river widens again, we'll take a short run down beautiful, unspoiled Bull Creek and on to the Waccamaw River, which will lead us to our destination. We'll dock at the marina, just a short walk from the beautifully appointed Inn that we will call home for two nights. (Meet us on the front porch for appetizers and welcome beverage before our private catered dinner begins!)

On Day Two we'll guide you upriver to experience a very adventurous 52-mile ride through the winding 5 million year old Waccamaw Basin. This scenic part of the river is lined with magnificent, old Cypress, where the Blue Heron, Osprey and White Egrets abound. After lunch the afternoon is yours to relax on the porch, explore the city park and riverwalk, or the city of Conway just a few blocks away. To close out a full day of fun and exploration we'll visit one of our all-time favorite dining establishments for some of the most exquisite low-county cuisine in the state of South Carolina.

On Day Three, after another great breakfast at the Inn, you will have a full day on the water as you make your way back to the start point to complete your 325 mile trip. This area is so rich in history you will feel the presence of the past all around you while still enjoying the best of today's amenities. Truly an adventure you'll never forget!


 Okee-Kissimmee Lake and River Tour
3 DAYS
Not Scheduled for 2014


$1175+ Fuel* (see below) per person (All-Inclusive)
Based on Double Occupancy - Single Occupancy available for an additional $95

On this very popular 350 mile tour you'll visit a piece of "old" Florida, where sugar cane, citrus and cattle ranches cover the landscape instead of theme parks and shopping malls. The backdrop for this trip provides an interesting view of what many never see in the Sunshine State and a scenic ride that will take us across the state.

We'll begin this trip in Historic Indiantown, FL and will run the Port St. Lucie Canal (east of Lake Okeechobee) and then lock through into the lake and travel the most protected route along the southern rim canal. The rim canal will keep us out of the "big" water and will lead us over to the peaceful and beautiful Caloosahatchee River (west of Lake Okeechobee). From there we'll travel through three more locks and into Ft. Myers on the west coast of Florida. At day's end we will have traveled from near the east coast of Florida all the way to the west coast!

Our destination of North Ft. Myers returns us to civilization and our first class accommodations in the beautifully renovated hotel overlooking the bay. Watch the sunset from your private balcony or from the restaurant on site where the group will meet for dinner.

On Day 2, the group will head east back across the state for an overnight at the historic Seminole Inn at the start point of the trip. Loaded with history and lovingly cared for, the Inn provides a special peek at what much of Florida was once like.

On Day 3 we'll run a route on the nearby Kissimmee River currently under restoration to revive parts of the old winding, original river channel. This section is absolutely beautiful. There will be lots of wildlife and very little civilization on this adventurous and technical part of the ride. This part of Florida will provide us with comfortable riding temps with highs in the low to mid-80's. If you are ready to get your riding season started early, join us for our first ever April river trip!


 Black Warrior River Run
2 DAYS
Not Scheduled for 2014

TBAper person (All-lnclusive)
Based on Double Occupancy - Single Occupancy Available

Our newest river adventure on the Black Warrior River is the perfect 都tarter trip for new touring enthusiasts and a fun run for the veteran travelers, too!

This two-day tour will begin in the Tuscaloosa area early Saturday morning and Day One will include 120 river miles and navigation through one lock before arriving at our destination of Demopolis, Alabama. You値l enjoy a great lunch and some great scenery along the way, and you池e likely to see a barge or two up close as they make their way down river from the coal fields in northern Alabama. Upon arrival in Demopolis, we値l dock at the marina, have a great dinner and settle in to our casual riverside accommodations for a night of rest.

After breakfast on Day Two, the group will head back up river the 120 miles to Tuscaloosa with lunch and fuel provided along the way. Two daysTwo locks.240 miles of ride time. Not a bad way to start the season!


 The Santee-Cooper Loop Tour
2 DAYS
Not Scheduled for 2014

TBA / per person (All-Inclusive)

Enjoy the fun and sun on Discovery River Tour's only "loop" trip available this year. You'll travel a total of 200 miles on the Santee River, and the Cooper River, as well as the Intracoastal Waterway and the Tailrace Canal.

You'll begin your trip near Moncks Corner, SC on the Santee River and after a continental breakfast served riverside, you'll make your way down river to the Intracoastal Waterway and head North to Georgetown for lunch and an overnight stay in the newest accommodations on the waterway. An afternoon side trip on the Black River is available for those who still crave more time on the water - and for those who want to explore by land, the recently renovated Georgetown River Walk is nearby, and provides restaurants and shopping. Either way, the group will meet up for dinner at one of Georgetown's finest restaurants.

After breakfast, Day 2 will take us on one of the most beautiful and peaceful parts of the Intracoastal Waterway, first to the Isle of Palms for lunch, and then on to Charleston Harbor to see the sites from a new perspective. You'll travel through the harbor and up the Cooper River to our final destination on the Tailrace Canal.

Here we all enjoy the complimentary "Tours End Celebration" and seafood bash and you'll receive your commemorative t-shirt. Photos will be mailed to each guest.


 Cumberland River Tour
3 DAYS
Not Scheduled for 2014

TBA per person (All-Inclusive )

On this Discovery expedition you'll experience the most eastern and northern reaches of the navigable Cumberland River. The trip begins in Burkesville, Kentucky and beauty abounds as you make your way south and west towards Gallatin, Tennessee via the more narrow and remote sections of this beautiful river.

The first two days of this tour will cover 270 miles of river travel, and you'll experience scenery unlike any trip we have ever run. On Day 1 we'll travel 135 miles, winding through high bluffs (some over 200 feet high) and through farm lands abundant in hardwoods, rock and limestone formations. We'll also pass through the Cordell Hull Lock and arrive in Gallatin just in time for a big dinner and a shuttle to our hotel. After a good nights rest, we're back on the water early to re-trace our route and return back to Burkesville. Upon completion of this incredible fast-paced two day run on the river, we'll pull the PWC out for the night in Burkesville and catch some much needed rest time at the beautifuel State Park Lodge on Dale Hollow Lake. To close out the day, we値l relax and see the sunset from a 96 foot luxury houseboat as we cruise the lake and enjoy a private dinner just for our group.

On Day 3, we'll relax our pace and enjoy the stunning beauty of our start (and end) point on Dale Hollow Lake with a run of nearly 60 miles. After a great lunch you'll be on your way home late Monday afternoon with over 330 miles covered in 3 days.

If you want to get away from it all, enjoy lots of riding, great meals and meeting new friends.....then this awesome adventure is the trip for you.


 Apalach River Run to the Gulf
3 DAYS
Not Scheduled for 2014

TBA per person (All-lnclusive)

This wonderful adventure begins Day One on the Flint River located in the Bainbridge area of South Georgia. From there you値l enter Lake Seminole and make your way through the Jim Woodruff Lock, a 33-foot drop. Upon exiting the lock you will be in Florida and headed south on the beautiful Apalachicola River. The water is smooth, the vegetation lush and the wildlife abundant. The day痴 route will include a detour off the main channel onto the winding Chipola River, with lunch catered along the way.

Back on the Apalachicola River, you値l complete your 135-mile day as you arrive at our destination of Apalachicola, FL on the Gulf of Mexico! Our home for 2 days will be this quaint coastal town, known for some of the best seafood the Panhandle has to offer. We値l overnight at a beautiful and charming Inn, built in 1907.

Relax on your own, see the town or join the group on Day Two for a PWC run over to East Bay near Panama City. The uninhabited route offers some great scenery and a good chance to spot some dolphins and other interesting wildlife. We値l have lunch and return to 鄭palach in the afternoon leaving some time for you to just kick back and relax. Enjoy one of the rockers on the huge wraparound porch or stroll around town to see the historic homes, shops or the Maritime Museum. Whatever you chose to do, the group will meet up later for dinner and a chance to try out some of that fine seafood you致e been hearing about.

On Day 3 we値l return to the Bainbridge area via the Apalachicola River, Chipola River, Lake Seminole and the Flint River. You致e completed the 380-mile Apalach River Run to the Gulf (and back)! Upon your return, you値l receive your commemorative t-shirt and our crew will assist with your departure. The wonderful memories we致e captured in photos throughout trip will be mailed to each guest.


* The fuel for your PWC and the fuel servicing provided by our crew will still remain a part of the hassle free "all-inclusive" tour package we offer. However, due to the unpredictable nature of the oil industry, the fuel will now be expressed as an additional charge and will be variable, dependent on current market pricing in the area around each tour at the time. This will be calculated as an average amount for all PWC on that particular trip (as in years past, when it was included in the tour price). Since market fuel prices can flucuate day to day, the final fuel cost for your tour will be provided at final registration, the night before the tour. Dependent on which trip you choose, all tours will range between 40 and 82 gallons per boat usage, except Tenn-Tom which will use approx. 135 gallons. This should provide you with a reasonable estimate of the cost to you. Our intention is to charge a price that is realistic and fair while still providing the same quality fuel service and delivery as in the past.
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