3 Hour Devils EXPRESS Boat Ride – $90 per person
Just want to see the sea caves up close but don’t have the time? This tour is for you! This tour is spent exclusively in the boat and takes you right out to see the Sea Caves on Devils Island! During the tour you will also have a chance to see Raspberry Island with its adorable lighthouse, the Fedora shipwreck, the Manitou Island Fish Camp, and countless rock formations along the way! Schedule this tour in the calm, cool morning, right after lunch, or in the evening in order to see the beautiful sunset over the lake!
4 Hour Devils Island Boat Ride – $110 per person
Some of the best caves are on Devils Island!! This boat ride brings you right out to Devils Island to see the sea caves and if the water is calm enough, your captain will even pull the boat into one of the caves. During the route you will get to see Honeymoon Rock, Hermit Island Rock formations, Manitou Fish Camp and many other scenic vistas. This tour will include a stop on an island and if time allows a bit of beach combing or touring of a historic location. This tour is particular to good weather, cross your fingers for the opportunity!
2 Hour Cruise – $60 per person
Come relax on a 2 hour boat ride! We can tour around Basswood and Hermit Islands, including seeing a shipwreck OR enjoy the full beauty of circumnavigating Madeline Island by water, including the majestic cliffs and caves of Big Bay State Park. Scheduling an evening ride includes the gorgeous sunset over the Bayfield hills!
Dogs are allowed on tours however they require a check in with all the participants on board, to make sure all clients are dog friendly. Dogs also require a “sniff” test to see if they will cause a big stink on the boat. Dogs under 50 pounds will be an additional fee of $15. Dogs 50 pounds and above take up a whole seat on our boats and will cost $60 per dog for the boat ride. Large breeds not allowed on board (Great Danes, Mastiffs, etc). Please note there is no kennel service on the island so plan ahead for your tour.
What Will Happen After You Register
After you send in your registration, our email system will receive your information. We will then be communication with you through email to confirm your tour type and date. This will also include an invoice and instructions on how to pay your 50% deposit and enter in participant physical information. Once you pay the deposit, we will send you a confirmation document with information about tour time, date, and remaining payment. The day before your tour, we will be giving you a call to officially confirm the time of your tour. Service on the island is spotty. If you will not be in service in the afternoon-evening of that day, please give us a call so we can be aware and confirm when you will be in service or feel free to stop in at our shop when you arrive on the island.
Tour time will be decided based on daily registration and weather. Typically, morning tours begin at 9am and afternoon tours will begin at 3pm. Please disregard the initial time it states when you register online. Our email responses and phone calls after you send in your registration will specify the official time. You will also get a call the day before your tour to finally confirm time. If you will not be in service the evening before your tour, please contact us when you will have service or stop in at our shop that day during our store hours. (Our shop hours are 9am-8pm Mon-Sat and 9am-6pm on Sunday)
Tour time is also subject to weather, which may need to be accommodated the night before or the day of your tour. We use 21-24 ft power boats, so we are subject to weather conditions.
For boat tours, honesty about your weight is imperative for life jackets and weight displacement.
If the weather is cool and you wish to wear a wet-suit, be aware that our largest size is a Men’s XXL, and that wet-suits are very tight garments and tend to run several sizes too small.
Once again, it is VERY important to BE HONEST with your weight. This is for life jacket fitting and weight displacement on the boat.