Sebago Power Adventure
Kevin and Jefe took Andy the cameraman and a gaggle of tourists out for an all day adventure with Sebago Watersports. Captain Sass set sail for the Atlantic waters near Sand Key Lighthouse with mates Lilly and Chico. After a gourmet breakfast and some incredible snorkeling the crew took the group to the Gulf side. About a mile and a half from Key West, behind Wisteria Island, everyone got to play at their own pace. The guests took turns parasailing, jet-skiing, and riding on a banana boat. The all-inclusive “Power Adventure” with Sebago Watersports has something for everyone.
Probably the biggest surprise of the trip was the food served on the boat. Fresh fruit, Quiche, and an array of pastries were served for breakfast. We worked up an appetite for lunch and luckily, Sebago caters all of the food from their own gourmet kitchen. The ham and turkey sandwiches were served on freshly baked foccacia bread. The chicken was baked that morning and all the pasta salads were freshly prepared. We honestly didn’t expect the food to be that good on a boat out on the water. The Power Adventure is a great value considering everything that is included. Click the Sebago logo on the right to find more details and thanks for listening to KeyWestBuzz.com.We cannot display this gallery