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Fireworks Cruise July 4, 2005
We had one marriage proposal, an 18th anniversary and a birthday aboard our trip!
Dolphins tag along returning snorkel tour. One of our guests, Ed Campiotto, took these photo's of the nearly 30 mins that the three dolphin played in the Caribbean Express's boat wake.
Dolphin Release -- Caribbean Express helps with 4 of the 7
Dolphins -- Released May 3, 2005
AT SEA: Tracking info for released dolphins no longer transmitting daily On May 3, 2005 - 7 rehabilitated Rough-Toothed Dolphins (Steno Bredanensis) made the transport from the Marine Mammal Conservancy rehab site and were successfully released in the largest simultaneous marine mammal release to date.
Gina & Dean
Gina, a Miami Dolphins cheerleader, has fulfilled her childhood dream in her ideal profession. Dean is a successful chiropractor who operates his own practice. These professionals trade in their work clothes for life jackets on a tour of the Everglades.
A Blind Date on the beach, leads to a fascinating Everglades Enviro-Tour with Captain Tim for the couple. Scenes were filmed on April 9, 2003.
Express Fireworks Cruise July 4, 2004
The Fireworks Cruise departed at 7:30 from the Sheraton's dock, headed for Sun Downers on the Bay at Mile Marker 104 Key Largo. While enjoying a two big sushi boat platters and satay in route, everyone enjoyed toasting to a super sunset at 8:16, the Caribbean Express arrived at port at 8:30. Those who had reservations for dinner left the boat, the rest stretched their legs, and nosed about the property to return to appetizers brought to the boat. By 9:30 the darken bay was full of boats riding at anchor, maybe 1000 or more. When the first shell exploded, the crowd cheered. Time and time again, the sky was flashed with reds, whites and blues and every other color. And cheers would follow. After 25 mins. the last of the fireworks heralded the end. Only to be followed by all the boats blasting their horns and shouts from the crowds. On the way back to the Sheraton we could see the almost full moon rising from the east. Happy 4th of July!
The photo by Murry Sill of a little girl named Victoria on the bow of our 17' Zodiac was also used by ATT for two years in the "Its A Big World Out There" ad campaigned. From Hong Kong to Washington DC to London, this ad was used by many customers around the world to call home. This image was taken in 1996 and is copyrighted. Victoria is now a Senior at FSU in Tallahassee, FL
Sondra & Cos
Sondra & Cos of Riviera Beach celebrating 18 years with delicious food, fireworks and great company at the SunDowners on the Bay and Caribbean Watersports!
Sunset Champagne Cruise On Florida Bay
Good day Captain,
Attached is a photo one of our party took from your boat on the evening of the 11th of this month. You hosted Bob Fakundiny, myself and our wives on a "three hour tour", complete with champagne, for which we thank you again. Nice break from the meeting of the Association of American State Geologists.
William M. Kelly
State Geologist and Chief
New York State Geological Survey
Summer Parasailing, 2007