FORT PIERCE FLORIDA
TOUR DATES & TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CALL AHEAD FOR RESERVATIONS. 772-464-4445
We at Indian River Lagoon and Swampland Boat Tours conduct guided educational and entertaining scenic eco boat tours of the Florida Indian River Lagoon (IRL) and Estuary. Boat tours are conducted seasonal from the Fort Pierce FL City Marina aboard the 60 passenger (+2 crew) pontoon boat, “Emilie”. Perfect for large groups!
During the 90 minute boat cruise, visitors may see many of the 2765 animals and 1350 plants that live in the Indian River Lagoon. This includes 685 species of fish and 310 species of birds, with Captain Barry “Chop” Legé or one of his other captains, along with their knowledgeable mates leading the way.
Visitors will be entertained while learning about and observing:
To purchase tickets, call or stop by our ticket office located at the Fort Pierce City Marina:
Indian River Lagoon & Swampland & Boat Tours
1 Ave A.
Fort Pierce, FL., 34950
Boat Tour Ticket Office
Phone number : 772-464-4445
Fax number : 772-464-4364
$23.00 seniors (65+)
$17.00 children ages 12 and under
TOUR TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER OR UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES. PLEASE CALL FOR RESERVATIONS.
If you live in this area, you may have heard about these boat tours from your son or daughter, since we provide educational eco tours to 4000-5000 local school children every year. If your new to the Fort Pierce Florida area or are visiting from other parts of the country, you owe it to your self to join us on one of our eye-opening boat tours. You won’t believe how much fun you’ll have and how much you will learn about this area and the importance of the Indian River Lagoon (IRL) and Estuary.605
Join Captain Barry “Chop” Legé as he shares just a bit of his vast knowledge about the Indian River Lagoon and our local wildlife.
CBS Weekend News featured the Captain on June 16, 2021:
Manatees in Florida are dying at an alarming rate this year, and scientists say the beloved water creature’s habitat is being threatened by pollution like never before. Manuel Bojorquez reports.