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Welcome to OMG Water Adventures.

“Where the waters do agree, it is quite wonderful the relief they give.” ― Jane Austen

Weekday Evenings 6-10 pm Sat/Sun 9 am – 10 pm

Greetings fellow adventurers!

I’m Yur Kaptan and I want to welcome you to OMG Water Adventures. If you are looking for an extraordinary on-the-water experience in the St. Petersburg, FL area, then look no further. Past customers would tell you that we are not just another “tour” venue. We are unique, and we create incredibly fun on-the-water experiences for our guests. We want to do the same for you! Reserve your spot now! We are anchored right off the beach of Maximo Park, St. Petersburg. Just look for the catamaran with the big green “paw” on the hull.

“Salty Paws”, our 40′ Catamaran is our party house. We launch all our activities from SP: the paddleboards and the Hobie Cat “Shamrocket”. You can rent a paddleboard by the hour ($20).

If you just want to come out to the boat and listen to music, relax in a hammock, get some sun and just relax, etc. ($20/4 hours). We have refrigerators for your beverages and a full kitchen.

Hours of operation

Weekday Evenings 6-10 pm Sat/Sun 9 am – 10 pm

Super-Fun Hobie Cat “Shamrocket” Sails

A 2-hour captained “fast catamaran” tour. This tour is basically intended for smaller groups of 3-5 persons*. OMG provides a blue-tooth speaker, a cooler w/cubed ice, plastic cups and lime. Accordingly, you will want to bring your favorite beverages and please. As such, no breakable glass containers, please. Of equal importance, OMG encourages that you consume and party responsibly. $40 per person, regardless of age, cash only. We’re located right off the beach at Maximo Park, St. Petersburg. Just look for the catamaran with the big “paw” on the hull. All children under the age of 13 will be required to wear an approved personal flotation device (PFD). Parents of infants must provide an infant PFD for their infant(s).

Uenjoy Paddleboard Rentals

$20/hr. cash only (727) 359-1964

“Water is the most critical resource issue of our lifetime and our children’s lifetime. Accordingly, the health of our waters is the principal measure of how we live on the land.” – Luna Leopold