Amelia Island Sunset Cruise
Up to 6 People 2 Hours Complimentary Photography Included
$300 /6 People
Mon–Sun 7am–9pm ET
Sunset Nature Tour
Amelia & Cumberland Islands
WITH ANY QUESTIONS
- Downtown Fernandina
- Shrimp Boat Fleet
- Amelia River
- Fort Clinch
- Cumberland Island National Seashore
- Wild Horses
- Dungeness Ruins
- Greyfield Inn
- Dolphins, Manatee, Birds, Wild Horses
Some of the most breathtaking sunsets in Florida can be found on our Amelia Island Sunset Cruise. The colors are spectacular as the sun eases behind the horizon, casting brilliant hues of burnt orange, pink, and red.
We begin our Amelia Island Sunset Cruise on Amelia Island and head down the Amelia River taking in the beauty of the historic waterfront. You’ll enjoy seeing our charming downtown district and shrimp boats from a different perspective, and at the end of the day, there is a certain tranquility that comes over our surroundings just before dusk. We’ll motor past Fort Clinch, a real Civil War fort, then head across Cumberland sound to Cumberland Island National Seashore, where we hope to see wild horses grazing on the dunes, just before the sun sets.
Then on our Amelia Island Sunset Cruise we’ll head back to the harbor, as the sun casts its last, luminous glow of the day. It’s the perfect end to any day!
Our boat tours are completely private for your group and we are allowed up to six guests per boat. If your group is larger than six we can add an additional boat to accommodate your party. You are free to bring any food or beverage you like. (No red wine please, but white is just fine.)
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Leave No Trace
We at Amelia Adventures are proud to practice Leave No Trace outdoor ethics.
This means that we encourage and teach our guests to take only photos and leave only footprints. But Leave No Trace is much more than that – it is a lifestyle that instills values and respect for our environment and our world.
We respect our local wildlife and ask that our guests enjoy observing animals, reptiles, and birds in their natural habitat, but always let them be, as nature intended.