A Gulf Coast Adventure
Wild Hearts is setting sail for gulf adventures this spring and summer season on the Florida and Alabama Gulf Coasts. After a complete refit over the winter months, come board this 53-foot, open-ocean catamaran and sail the turquoise waters of Orange Beach and Gulf Shores, Alabama and Perdido Key, Florida. Daily Orange Beach cruises are available with excursions just off the shore, offering views of white-sand beaches in one direction and the wide expanse of the Gulf of Mexico in the other. Wild Hearts also sails the calm, back bays of this coastal paradise. Stretch out on the spacious deck as the captain and crew raise the main sheet to take advantage of the warm, gulf breeze. An open cabin provides a comfortable respite from the sun while you enjoy your cruise. For guests’ convenience, two restrooms are located below deck and refreshments are available at the onboard bar. Docked in the heart of Orange Beach, Wild Hearts can comfortably accommodate up to 49 passengers for dolphin cruises and sunset sails, as well as private cruises. Discounts are available on daily cruises for groups of 12 or more.
Sail With Us
Why choose an ordinary Orange Beach dolphin cruise when you can lift anchor and set sail aboard an extraordinary open-ocean catamaran? Our newly refitted and sea-worthy vessel sails away on daily dolphin and sunset cruises, as well as three-hour adventure sails. While sailing may be about the journey and not the destination, you’ll still enjoy an island stop where kayaks, paddleboards and snorkeling equipment await you on the adventure sail. An excursion aboard Wild Hearts is ideal for corporate event entertainment and teambuilding. It’s also a unique way to celebrate weddings, anniversaries, birthdays and other special occasions.
Call Sail Wild Hearts at 251 981-6700.
Bringing joy, happiness, and inspiration to all who come aboard
Wild Hearts Gets Airborne!!!
This video shows some of the prep work taking place before Wild Hearts can be lifted from the water to begin a total refit. Everyone seemed to enjoy watching Wild Hearts getting airborne… well, everybody except Ted.