Experience Miami, both from land AND sea, aboard our NEW, state-of-the-art amphibious DUCKs! After many years running similar operations in other locations, seasoned Captains and Duck Tour professionals got together and are bringing you a much improved Miami Duck Tour option, with a fresh approach, NEW vehicles and unmatched passion.
Don't choose between viewing Miami from the streets or from the sea, do both!
The Miami Pirate Duck Tour takes passengers aboard its amphibious tour bus on an unforgettable and informative PIRATE STYLE adventure unlike any other!
Our state-of-the-art, USCG Certified Amphibious Pirate Duck transitions seemlessly from land to water, allowing our guests to get the complete Miami experience. Our mermaids and pirates are thrilled to share their knowledge about Miami with you in a most entertaining way! Simply sit back and relax as you make your way by land and by sea.
Ocean Drive is the epicenter of cool. The Tour runs right along the Atlantic Ocean. With sandy beaches on one side of the street and high-end trendy bars, clubs, restaurants, and hotels on the other .
You will see spectacular views of Downtown Miami from the water as we make a "Splash Down" into beautiful Biscayne Bay for our awesome cruise
This Amazing Bridge connects the main land to the the barrier islands that form Miami Beach
The wonderful mansions and villas on these islands offer fantastic photographic opportunities can be viewed from our duck tour while you learn lots of interesting facts about them
Is an uninhabited artificial island in the city of Miami Beach in Biscayne Bay. A tall obelisk with allegorical sculptures at its base stands as a monument to Miami pioneer Henry M. Flagler
Star Island in Miami Beach Florida is one of the most prized real estate areas in South Florida.you will learn and see homes (such as Shaquille O’Neal) as well as celebrity landmarks (the sizable mansion where the movie “Scarface” was shot).
We have daily departures from the New World Symphony Center Park, located on Washington Ave, between 17th Street and Lincoln Lane.
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Absolutely fantastic captain and tour guide are fantastic they make the trip special. It was great very recommended a must do whilst in Miami ....more
What a great tour of the Miami Bay area! Not only do you get to see the home to many stars, hear many stories and see a few movie locations, but have a great laugh too! ....more
I've visited quite a few cities and taken many many guided city tours. This ranks as one of the best. The tour was informative and fun. Very engaging ....more
Excellent. I strongly recommend this tour to anyone no matter if you are travelling solo, as a couple or with family and friends. It is a complete tour! ...more .
The Pirate Duck departure and arrival stop is located on Washington Ave, between 17th Street and Lincoln Road, next to the New World Symphony Center and across from Green View Hotel. Look for the Pirate Duck Tour bus stop sign!
There are two convenient and affordable municipal parking garages about a block west of our departure point, highlighted with the P symbol above. Parking costs about $1 per hour.
If you are driving: FIRST PARK YOUR CAR. Parking options conveniently located a block west of Symphony Park. If you are driving or using a GPS to get you here, drive to the Miami Beach Lincoln Mall Garage, at 1700 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach, Fl 33139, park your car and then walk 1 block east to Symphony Park. (Parking garage entrance is located at the intersection of 17th Street and Convention Center Drive)
This parking option is also one block away from our departure point.
It is a little bit more difficult to find but it is also $1 an hour and just next to Symphony Park. Garage entrance is located on Lincoln Lane, and a GPS address of 500 Lincoln Lane, Miami Beach Florida 33139 should bring you right next to the entrance. You can also drive to the intersection of Pennsylvania Ave and Lincoln Lane and look for the entrance to this other parking option.
Once you park you car on, walk EAST (in the direction of the beach) towards Washington Ave and you should be on Symphony Park. Look for the red and white Pirate Trolley Duck which should be parked right across the GreenView Hotel. Restrooms available on Symphony Park. Water, sodas and snacks also available across green restroom building inside Surf Style Shop or inside Hall of Fame Barber shop.
For more information about the tour or group activities and private events, email us using the form below
1665 Washington Ave,
Miami Beach, FL 33139