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Did You See Sea Isle’s Tiki Boat?!

Did You See Sea Isle’s Tiki Boat?!

I know this has nothing to do with Wildwood but this was something I thought was cool and so I wanted to share it with you.

Starfish Boats, which is located at 319 42nd Place in Sea Isle City, announced on Facebook that they added a new boat to their fleet, the Tiki boat.

For those who don’t know Starfish Boats, they are family owned fishing company that has been around since the 1950s. Up until a few weeks ago they only had two boats in their fleet; The starfish and The Susan Hudson.

On Facebook late last week they announced that they are adding in a new specialty boat called the Tiki boat.

This Tiki boat is a floating octagon shaped (16 ft by 20 ft) boat that houses an octagon shaped bar surrounded by bamboo stools. It is an BYOB experience. The boat has a cruising speed of 8 miles per hour. This is smooth enough to not spill your drink.

In their advertisement they say, “Our Tiki cruise tour will give you a Polynesian Island feel while enjoying the waters.”

The Tiki boat serves up to 6 people and can be rented out up to 2 hours. This experience does not have a bathroom on it so you will need to go before you go or hold it in.

What do you think about the Tiki Boat? Check out some of the photos of it below.

Sea Isle’s Tiki Boat

Sea Isle’s Tiki Boat

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