Sunset Cruises Available in Orange Beach & Gulf Shores, AL

Dolphin Cruises Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet provides sunset cruises in Orange Beach and Gulf Shores, AL. View dolphins in their natural habitat while cruising underneath the sunset.

Orange Beach, United States - May 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Dolphin Cruises Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet offers sunset cruises throughout the waters of Orange Beach and Gulf Shores, AL. As one of the most amazing cruises in the area, the sunset cruises last for roughly 90 minutes and are a wonderful experience for the entire family.

Dolphin Cruises Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet has been cruising the waters of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, AL since 1997. Captain Philip Taylor leads a fleet of beautifully reconditioned Navy Transport Boats, each of which are 50 feet in length and can hold up to 49 guests. Each boat offers 360 degrees of viewing, which allows for maximum dolphin sightings and a complete view of the sunset.

To view photos from previous cruises or to book a cruise time, visit the website for Dolphin Cruises Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet by clicking here: https://www.dolphincruises.com/

The waters of Orange Beach and Gulf Shores, AL are filled with brilliant dolphins. Cruising through the waters while witnessing the dolphins in their natural habitat is an incredible experience; but combining a dolphin watch cruise with a breathtaking sunset over the Gulf is absolutely stunning. Dolphin Cruises Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet has aimed to provide this experience to vacationers and residents of the area, and the result is mesmerizing.

A dolphin sunset cruise is a must-do adventure for anyone vacationing in the Orange Beach or Gulf Shores area of Alabama. Nothing completes a beautiful day at the beach like spectacular dolphin sights underneath a sunset.

Dolphin Cruises Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet is located at Bear Point Marina. The address is 749 Bay La Launch Ave in Orange Beach, AL. For turn-by-turn directions from your current location, click here: https://goo.gl/maps/ZE1y2gWs6B8TRCUX9

Dolphin Cruises Aboard the Cold Mil Fleet provides one of the most amazing experiences in the area with their sunset cruises, but they also offer daytime cruises, private cruises, field trips, and their famous DOUBLE SURF cruises. Learn more about all the cruises they offer by visiting their website displayed earlier in this article.

Contact Info:
Name: Philip Taylor
Organization: Dolphin Cruises
Address: 5749 Bay La Launch Avenue, Orange Beach, AL 36561, United States
Phone: +1-251-943-3510
Website: https://www.dolphincruises.com/

Source: PressCable

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