Fort Myers Beach Welcomes Back Cruisin’ Tikis

by Richard Luthmann

Cruisin’ Tikis has made a grand return to Fort Myers Beach. After Hurricane Ian’s set-back, the iconic floating tiki bars are back and better than ever. Located at Moss Marina, next to the Rude Shrimp Co., Cruisin’ Tikis celebrated its ribbon-cutting reopening with fanfare.

Nick and Stacy Becker, the local entrepreneurs behind this innovative venture, have once again set the stage for unique aquatic experiences.
Offering a variety of cruises, these tiki boats provide a perfect blend of relaxation and adventure for any occasion. From birthday bashes to corporate gatherings, each voyage promises an unforgettable experience.

Guests can enjoy a safe and comfortable cruise with a fleet that includes handcrafted tikis meeting the highest U.S. Coast Guard standards. Each tiki boasts Bluetooth speakers, a freshwater sink, and a swimming ladder, enhancing the fun.

Cruises range from a 90-minute scenic journey to a 2-hour bar crawl and a unique sunset tour, all departing from the picturesque North End of Fort Myers Beach. These experiences are available seven days a week, catering to locals and visitors looking to explore Southwest Florida’s waterways in style. Cruisin’ Tikis has become the go-to activity in Fort Myers Beach. With space for up to six passengers, these BYOB cruises promise fun and relaxation. The company ensures every guest leaves with a smile.

For reservations, call Cruisin’ Tikis Fort Myers Beach at (239) 365-9900 or visit Rediscover the joys of island-style partying with the best-floating bar in SW Florida.