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A Floating, Motorized Tiki Hut Bar? Yes, Please & Mahalo!

by SharonKurheg

It’s a motorized vessel! No, it’s a bar! No, wait…it’s BOTH?!?! Yup! It’s a floating tiki bar, complete with motor and captain, and it’s available for rental right now!

Paris has the Eiffel tower, Mexico has the Mayan ruins, The Bahamas have the swimming pigs and thanks to Cruisin’ Tikis, they have a floating tiki bar, too, in Exhuma.  Fort Lauderdale, Key West and Islamorada FL each have a floating tiki bar. Because, well, because of COURSE they do ;-). So do Carolina Beach and Wrightsville Beach NC, and Sarasota, Bradenton, Destin, Madeira Beach, Naples, North Miami and Tampa Bay FL too! And if you don’t mind an occasional chill in the air, you can find them in Ocean City MD, Pittsburg PA, Carolina Beach NC and Newport Beach CA! I bet if you look around, you can even find them in other cities, too 🙂

Just think of it…sipping a properly chilled adult beverage of your choice, listening to your favorite tunes, and looking at what’s around you on the lake, canal, river, etc., all while sitting on a comfy bar stool on a very stable, Coast Guard-compliant float. You provide the booze and food, while they provide a cooler, ice, water, a blender and a fun captain. Oh, and the tiki bar, of course!

Each Cruisin’ Tiki vessel measures about 15 feet wide and long and can accommodate approximately 6 people. Each city’s Cruisin’ Tiki location has its own departure place and time(s) and is available by appointment via phone or, in some cases, online.

Interested? Just go to their website and click on BOOK YOUR CRUISE for all the info you’ll need. Aloha and enjoy!

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