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Dive into a Reef Adventure Above the Surface in a Glass Bottom Boat!

Our Glass Bottom Boat Reef tours depart from the Kailua-Kona Pier and will take you on a 50-minute adventure in Kailua Bay. Cruise along the coastline hovering within inches of the coral reef. Enjoy a lively narration as you take in the beauty above and below the ocean’s surface. Join us for an eco-tour for all ages!

Bonus: possible viewing of dolphins, turtles and other sea creatures.

Our usual departure is from Kailua Pier and will take you on a 50-minute glass bottomed adventure in Kailua Bay.

There are also private charters available from Kailua Bay Charter Co.

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Private Sunset Glassbottom Boat Cruise

Enjoy a truly unique sunset cruise aboard the Kona glass bottom boat. This private charter departs from the Honokohau Harbor and will start out with a tour along the coast while viewing the reef through the glass bottom windows. Book your tour online!

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Enjoy your own exclusive, private reef tour or use our glass bottom boat for a special occasion. Book your adventure online today!

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Reef Eco Tour

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Key West’s only window to the sea! Stay cool and dry as you view a stunning array of tropical marine life in air-conditioned comfort aboard Fury’s Glass Bottom Boat. Through our windows to the sea, guests can witness the wonder of North America’s only living coral reef. You may even observe sea turtles, rays and fish of all kinds gliding through the crystal waters they call home.

  • Check-In, 11:30am, 1:30pm & 3:30pm
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  • Check-In 11:30am, 1:30pm & 3:30pm
  • Departs 12:00pm, 2:00pm & 4:00pm

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Trip Features

  • See North America’s Only Living Coral Reef in Comfort
  • Special Glass “Windows to the Reef” Provide Continuous Viewing for all Passengers
  • Expert Tour Guides
  • Air-conditioned viewing cabin makes it easy and comfortable to view the reef
  • See colorful tropical fish, rays, sea turtles, numerous species of coral and more*
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“ This was an incredible glass bottom boat experience. The ride out to the viewing area was fabulous and the information given during viewing the soft coral and fish was entertaining and educational. This all topped by an incredible sunset on the way back in.”

This is a 10 out of 10!! It was an awesome day, professional, friendly staff all the way around! Thanks for a great day in Key West!

“ The glass bottom boat was awesome! Took us off the coast of Key West to the coral reef where they pointed out various fish and coral who reside there and the history of it. They also narrated sites on the island on the way out to the reef as we passed them.”

“ Was very relaxing. It very interesting getting to see the fish swimming in and around the reef. Learned something new about the reef and the eco system it provides for the oceans. A must see for families”

“My husband and I went on the glass bottom boat tour at 6pm. The views were spectacular and the staff very informative. The reef was absolutely beautiful.”

What's Included

  • Reef Safe Sunscreen
  • Snack Bar ($)

Last trip of the day includes sunset views on the way back to port

What to bring.

  • Gratuities Customary
  • Refillable Water Bottle
  • Selection of Chips, Peanuts, Crackers & Cookies  ($1.00 each)
  • Selection of Sodas  ($2.00 each)

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  • State-of-the-Art Catamaran Glass Bottom Boat (65ft)
  • Air Conditioned Viewing Area
  • Twin 45 Degree Observation Hulls
  • Large Seated Sundeck
  • Modern Marine Restrooms
  • Twin Hull Design for Maximum Stability

About Reef, Wildlife & Weather

We are very lucky that so many days here in Key West look exactly like the beautiful photos and video you see on our website & other marketing materials. However, you should be aware that all of our water adventures are outdoors and influenced by Mother Nature. Many days underwater visibility is 80+ feet and teeming with sea life; others are not. Though we hope that every day is perfect, we are not in control of the wind, waves, clouds, rain or underwater sea life. If we are aware of any concerning factors regarding conditions, we will make an announcement before your trip departs. At that time, you may elect to take the tour, reschedule or receive a refund. 

Explore the reef in comfort

Key West’s only window to the sea! Explore dramatic underwater vistas generally reserved for scuba divers from our glass bottom boat. A wide variety of fish and other sea creatures await you as you gaze into the underwater world of Key West. In addition, you will have the opportunity to see North America’s only living coral reef , one of the most biologically diverse marine eco-systems in the world. Majestic elkhorn and impressive brain coral, sturdy in appearance yet fragile and vulnerable, stand sentry for the more than 300 species of fish that complete the colorful and intriguing seascape. Along the trip, our experienced captain and crew will provide a unique and informative eco-tour and point out some of the most interesting marine life that inhabit the waters of this incredible island. Special glass “windows to the reef” provide continuous viewing for all passengers.


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Located between Ocean Key Resort & Pier House Resort, at the end of Duval Street.

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No, this is a viewing trip only.

It is a 65 foot catamaran, air-conditioned, enclosed, with a shaded viewing cabin, snack bar, sundeck, and 2 restrooms.

The Glass Bottom Boat has a spacious, air-conditioned viewing cabin that can accommodate many guests.

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How long does the ride to the reef take? 30-40 minutes

How long are you at the reef? 25-30 minutes

Yes, Our knowledgable crew members will share some historical Key West facts while going through the harbor and a full guided tour while at the reef pointing out many corals and marine life.

Yes, the Glass Bottom Boat is great for all ages.

No, the Coast Guard won’t allow it. We’ll hold it on the dock until trip returns.

Manual wheelchairs allowed, 2 per trip (electric wheelchairs not allowed.) Fury has one manual wheelchair that is available for guests to use. Guests must have assistance that can help move them safely to the manual chair.

Yes. It is necessary for Fury to collect your paid in full voucher and give you a boarding pass. This helps us maintain an accurate count for the Coast Guard.

Yes! To receive a military discount on any Fury trip, please book through the MWR office on Key West’s Sigsbee base by calling 305-293-4174.

Yes, life jackets are onboard for everyone in case of emergency.

We provide water and a snack bar for purchase for the duration of the tour. Sodas are $2 and a selection of chips, peanuts, crackers and cookies for $1. You are more than welcome to bring lunch and snacks just no glass containers, please.

We will not be taking any photos on this trip.

No, we do not offer any wifi on our vessels.

Please bring a Valid Government Issued Photo ID. Gratuities are customary.

Departure Location #2 0 Duval Street – Located between Ocean Key Resort & Pier House Resort, at the end of Duval Street.

Yes! Fury operates 365 days a year. Be sure to check out our Special Trips & Events to see if we are running any special Holiday trips.

Fury Water Adventures does not operate in unsafe weather conditions, but a light rain shower is not a deterrent. The Captain will assess the weather and should the Captain determine that the conditions are unsafe to run the tour, the tour may be postponed or it will be canceled. If a trip is canceled by Fury Water Adventures for any reason, every effort will be made to reschedule the trip during your stay in Key West. If you are unable to reschedule, you will have the option of receiving a voucher for a future trip or receiving a full refund. Every effort will be made to run tours, as advertised. Should Fury have to amend or alter your tour due to extraneous circumstances, tickets remain non-refundable on tours taken.

All cancellations must be made at least 4 hours prior to your trip’s scheduled departure time or scheduled rental time. To place a cancellation, please call 1-888-976-0899 and refer to the confirmation number at the top of your confirmation document. Failure to place a cancellation at least 4 hours in advance will result in your credit card being charged the full amount of the reserved trip or rental. No refunds will be issued for reservations cancelled within 4 hours of departure or rental. Please note that failure to show for the reserved trip or rental without cancellation will result in no refund. If a trip is cancelled by Fury Water Adventures® for any reason, every effort will be made to reschedule the trip during your stay in Key West. If you are unable to reschedule, you will have the option of receiving a voucher for a future trip or receiving a full refund.

No, we do not provide parking at any of our check in locations, but you can use street parking, pay to park lots or parking garages.

Most Fury tours will require the minor guest’s  natural parent be present at check in to sign them in. Please call 888-976-0899 for specific policy details for your preferred tour.

Fury allows service animals only. A service animal is any dog that has been trained to perform tasks to benefit an individual.  The work performed must be directly related to the individuals disability.  According the ADA service animals for emotional support, therapy, comfort or companionship are not considered service animals.

The guest requiring the service animal must be in possession of the animal at all times. Due to the nature of Fury tours,  guest and service animal  may  be required to remain on the boat for the entirety of the tour . This is to ensure the guest’s safety as well as that of the service animal, Key West wildlife, other guests, captain and crew.

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Enjoy the view without diving in

Seen from under the water, the Great Barrier Reef is dazzling. Apart from the corals that come in all colours and shapes – purples and pinks, blues and yellows, spiky staghorns and delicate fan corals, brain corals and table corals – there is an endless array of marine life to marvel at, from tiny damselfish to imposing Maori wrasse, darting rays to curious turtles.

The good news is, you don’t need to dive in to enjoy the view. If you would rather stay dry, glass-bottom boat tours are a great way to open a window onto this enchanting world. Perfect for the less mobile or families with young children, these tours give crystal-clear views of what is happening beneath the surface, often with an expert commentator on hand.

Or consider a semi-submersible … sitting about a metre underwater and surrounded by glass, you’ll get a fish-eye view of the reef wonderland from these air-conditioned vessels. Divers and snorkellers don’t need to miss out on these boating adventures either: there are plenty of tours that incorporate both glass-bottom boats and semi-submersibles along with underwater exploration.

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Coral Viewing Tour

Let us take you on a one-hour tour on our comfortable, open air, glass-bottom boat. We will show you Ningaloo’s beautiful coral gardens and marine life from above and below the surface.

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Coral Viewing and Snorkelling Tour – With FREE Courtesy Bus Service

With two hours on the water including coral viewing and snorkelling, let the fresh air wash over you as we show you the best of Ningaloo’s lagoon. Optional on this tour is a courtesy pickup, with stops narrated by our knowlegable guides.

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Our team of local skippers and guides use their experience to find you the best Ningaloo has to offer each day. Enjoy Ningaloo like the locals do & join us for a half-day tour with snorkeling and three hours on the water.

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Ningaloo Glass Bottom Boat is a family-owned and operated multi-award winning business offering daily glass bottom boat trips throughout the heart of the Ningaloo Reef.

Our friendly and passionate tour guides share with you the wonders of Exmouth and the World Heritage Site Ningaloo Reef.

Our guides are outgoing people who love everything about the Ningaloo Reef, they make your trip enjoyable and informative.

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Absolutely great experience! Would highly recommend!! Very accommodating and a fun day out. Craig and his wife were lovely!

If you’re thinking about doing this tour, do it! Really good history of the town of exmouth given on the bus out there, stop off at a ship wreck and the lighthouse then heaps of time on the boat. The guys have amazing knowledge of the area and the ocean. We saw turtles, rays and learnt a lot about corals. Even in the wind the boat was steady and the glass super clear! Loads of time for snorkelling if you want and all the gear supplied. This bloke loves what he does and it shows, well worth the money! Thanks for an amazing trip to Ningaloo!

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