Ripple Effect Ecotours For Everyone! on Dec6 2010

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Whether it is a kayaking ecotour for the whole family, or an eco-fishing adventure for Dad, Ripple Effect Ecotours paperless gift certificates are available with just a click!

This year we have expanded into new and exciting progrms to keep us learning, like the Florida Master Naturalist Program in February, and warm, like the Key West “Mothership” Kayaking Adventure in December! We also setting new safety standards for our guides with the ACA Kayak Guide Certifications offered in December. Thanks to you all for your encouraging thoughts that have kept us inspired and looking ahead to exciting new programs for next year!

Key West “Mothership” Kayak Adventure
December 5th – 10th, 2010
Please call for other available dates!

Climb aboard the Miss Phebe II, a well-equipped and beautiful vessel, for 6 days of kayaking, snorkeling, relaxing, fishing, birding, and star gazing in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary on a private charter for only 6 people. A real Key West captain with 25 years experience accompanied by a first mate/naturalist from Ripple Effect will take you from the hustle-bustle of your first night in Key West on famous Duval Street and then out 25 miles to the live coral heads in the Marquesas Ring where we will spend the 5 days in total comfort with all the luxuries of home on the “Mothership”.

Day trips from the Miss Phebe II will involve kayaking to the Marquesas Ring, a paddler’s dream with a 3 mile lagoon of flats and white sand beaches, and snorkeling, fishing, and kayaking at the wreck in Boca Grande Key. Lunch will be served on these remote islands and dinner will be enjoyed back aboard with culinary delights and conversations about the big one that got away, or the captain’s stories of Miss Phebe’s recent research endeavors.

Click here for the itinerary and more Photos!

Judyth Piazza chats with Chris Kelley, Ripple Effect Ecotours, St. Augustine, Florida (Click here to Listen)

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