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Destin Dolphin Cruises from SunVenture's New Home

Catamaran announces new home on the Destin Harbor

NEW SEASON, NEW AD'VENTURES'

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The new spring season is bringing exciting new changes for SunVenture Cruises. The sporty 45-foot, Guy-inspired Catamaran has relocated to the crown jewel of Destin - the Destin Harbor. Docked a half mile east of the Destin Bridge, SunVenture's new home is Heron Harbor Boardwalk right in the epicenter of water sport fun.

It's also easier than ever to book a cruise through the new online reservation system. Just select your date and time and enter your payment information through our secure system. You will receive a confirmation email with your boarding pass that you can print out or show from your phone when you check in at the SunVenture kiosk on the boardwalk.

So what ad'venture' are you up for? Dolphin cruises are scheduled from mid-morning to evening sunset times. This 1 1/2 hour tour cruises through the Destin Harbor and Gulf of Mexico for the closest view of the dolphins you will experience.

crab island cruises destin floridaNext month, we begin a fun Destin summer tradition. Our Coast Guard-licensed captains take the wheel on the daily Crab Island Cruises and let you enjoy a worry-free day on the water. We're kicking up the fun a notch withstand-up paddle boards and kayaks that you can rent once we anchor in the waist-deep, emerald green waters. This 3 1/2 hour cruise also offers lunch options for $10/pp that include wraps, drinks and chips. Seriously the best and safest way to enjoy Crab Island!

Private cruise options are also available for up to 49 people for any occasion from casual brunches, private cruises to Crab Island and fun bachelor/bachelorette parties to wedding receptions. Catering menus and event planners available to make your day complete.

Whatever your ad'venture', get on the water and make it happen on the SunVenture. View our 2014 Destin Cruises schedule and book online here.

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Upon my graduation from the University of Florida in 2002, I have pursued my passion for marketing communications and public relations. I have a proven track record of success with such companies as Lockheed Martin (marketing communications), the United Cerebral Palsy (community relations / PR), Cumulus Broadcasting (radio advertising) and Howard Group (Silver Sands Factory Stores and Grand Boulevard at Sandestin corporate communications). My background includes over nine years of public relations and communications experience, including media relations, internal communications, Internet marketing, marketing communications and community relations. My recent five-year history at Howard Group included garnering millions of media impressions equating to hundreds of thousands of dollars in high profile media for the region’s most prominent retail developments. I was also responsible for managing a distinct Internet marketing strategy for each of the three companies, including Web site development and consultation, daily content management, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Google analytics, email marketing and analysis, social media to include Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, You Tube, etc, writing and posting blogs, managing the companies’ online reputations and more.

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