Shaka, the largest of the PonTiki fleet, is a floating event venue! Create your own perfect day on the water on a private charter!
- Private Cruise
- 10 AM - 1 PM
- 2 PM - 5 PM
- 6 PM - 8 PM
Sandbar and Sunset Cruises | All Ages | Up to 6 Passengers
The newest of the PonTiki fleet is Pau Hana and she has all of the fabulous PonTiki amenities.
Pau Hana Departs from Waterway Cafe located at: 2300 PGA Boulevard PBG, FL
All private cruises include a captain and complimentary beverages.
Sandbar Cruise Times begin at 10:00 a.m.
Cruises run 3 hours and we operate 7 days a week.
You can reserve a Sandbar Cruise for a flat rate of $595**
Sunset Cruise Times:
You can reserve a Sunset Cruise for a flat rate of $395**
So book now, sit back and relax as you cruise down the water with your captain and a drink in your hand!
**Price before tax. You can have between 1 and 6 passengers. Price does not change based on the amount of passengers that you have.
What To (And What NOT TO) Bring Onboard
Every PonTiki cruise is stocked with refreshments, including plenty of water, sodas, kids juice packs, beer, wine, and spike seltzer. Guests are welcome to bring their own refreshments, including beer & wine, however PonTiki’s alcohol licensing strictly prohibits any hard liquor on the boats. We ask that guests not bring any hard liquor onboard, as the boat will be unable to depart.
Food is not provided by PonTiki, however, we have relationships with many catering companies and restaurants in the area that love to provide for our guests, so please ask us about those options. Guests may bring their own food and snacks. Due to the sometimes windy conditions on the water, and to prevent litter flying off the boat, we ask that guests always bring their food and utensils in containers that have lids.
Each PonTiki boat has coolers with ice that may be used by guests to store limited amounts of food or refreshments.
Unfortunately no dogs are allowed on this boat.
PonTiki has footballs, frisbees, and a water slide. Guests are encouraged to bring towels and sunscreen, though we ask that guests refrain from aerosol (spray) sunscreen, as it gets onto everything (including food, couches, walls, and our staff!) when sprayed, and generally causes a mess onboard. We thank our guests for understanding.