Welcome Aboard The Entertainer
We look forward to welcoming you aboard The Entertainer Motor Yacht where you can relax in air conditioned climate control salons or relax on second level deck. All of your favorite beverages, including tropical drinks, are served by our professional and courteous crew from our bar.
All passengers are required to have a ticket. The Entertainer is a United States Coast Guard documented vessel for a certain amount of passengers and cannot exceed capacity. This means that all passengers including toddlers must have a ticket. You will receive an e-ticket immediately upon purchase - simply print or bring this ticket with you and you will have everything you need. No physical tickets will be mailed to you or have to be picked up prior to the cruise.
All tickets purchased online are non-refundable. Once purchased, tickets cannot be refunded
Our cruises will take place rain or shine. All cruises are subject to cancellation due to severe weather, lack of participation or mechanical breakdown.
In the rare situation where we are forced to cancel, ticket holders will be allowed to reschedule to another time (based on availability) or refunded.
Your ticket code will be required to attend the activity - this is your proof of purchase.
Please arrive early: Cruises depart right on time and you will not be entitled to a refund if you are late or miss the cruise.
Your tickets are guaranteed upon purchase.
ENJOY! We look forward to welcoming you!
Alcohol, Tobacco and Drug Policy
Guests are not permitted to bring personal alcoholic beverages on board due to Florida State Law. Our full-service bar is available for the purchase of alcoholic beverages as well as a variety of juices, sodas and water.
You must be at least 21 years of age to purchase alcoholic beverages onboard. Please bring a government issued ID with you to purchase alcohol.
Our yacht is a smoke-free vessel. No smoking is permitted, including e-cigarettes or similar devices.
Drugs are forbidden onboard the yacht. The Captain reserves the right to return the vessel to dock and notify the U.S. Coast Guard and Police who will meet the vessel.