Dolphin Speedboat Tours
Dolphin Tour (Wildwood - 138 passengers)
Silver Bullet Tours
Ever wished you could experience the thrill of a professional racecar driver accelerating out of a corner? The Silver Bullet can give you this thrill and more as it speeds up and down the Wildwoods oceanfront looking for our finned friends.
Legally insane fun.
On the Silver Bullet, you won't have to wait in long lines, because you'll never have to get off the boat to experience all this family fun! The Silver Bullet's twin Volvo Penta turbo-charged diesel engines will show you the Wildwoods in a truly one-of-a-kind fashion.
And nothing puts a stop to the hard-charging raw speed of the Silver Bullet like the daily spotting of our dolphin friends! Our captain will expertly maneuver you to our marine mammal friends' favorite fishing spot. Your family will have the time of their lives watching the dolphins glide and cavort alongside the Silver Bullet. You'll also see many types of marine life and pelagic birds along the way.
Of course, there's nothing like a Silver Bullet tan, so be sure to pack the sunscreen. Wear casual clothes or bathing suits, as the spray will cool and refresh you. So hustle on down for some legally insane fun over the wild blue yonder aboard a speeding bullet.
Unlimited 360-degree visibility
Free unrestricted parking
US Coast Guard certified
Narrated tour featuring all local points Of interest, historic sights, marine and bird life along with much more!
Bathing suits are welcome. We recommend you bring a sweater or jacket in case of cooler ocean air. Yes, you will get wet on this attraction!
Refreshments available on board including snacks, soda, and beer (for passengers 21 and older).
Starting at $29 per adult (14 & older)
$24 for children 2-13
Children under 2 permitted aboard vessel for 4:30pm tour only. Group rates available.
The Silver Bullet launches from our Wildwood location daily in-season at 9:30am, noon, 2:30pm, and 4:30pm. Trips are subject to change due to weather and other considerations.
- 90-minute (approx.) narrated tour
- 360-degree view
- Free, unrestricted parking
- Snacks available on-board
- Alcohol and non-alcoholic beverages available on-board
What to bring:
- Swimsuit and coverup
|9:30am Early Bird||$20.00 all passengers 2 & older|
|Adults 14 and older||$29.00|
Children 2-13 years old
Children under 2 permitted on board vessel for 4:30pm tour only
How would you describe a Silver Bullet speedboat ride?
Our 90 min trips are best described as part scenic, part amusement, FUN for all ages. We offer 4 Tours daily which all are different in nature. All Tours are fast and some are a little more WET then others. During your trip, your fun and knowledgeable boat Captain and crew will slow things down to inform you on geological and historical points of interest, point out indigenous wildlife and provide extraordinary photo opportunities with our Atlantic Bottlenose Finned Friends. But hold on to your hats because he'll be back on the throttle again! The 9:30 Early Bird, 12pm and 2:30 tours include the Wildwoods Famous FLUME. The BULLET is a WET ride and you may experience anything from a light saltwater spray to a shirt-wringing, towel buying SPLASH. It’s a good idea to wear casual clothing and footwear that can get wet. Ponchos are also available for purchase aboard.
For those Folks looking to stay DRY or with children under 2 our 4:30 Happy Hour Tour is for you. This 4:30 tour is informative and exhilarating; suitable for the entire family. Be prepared to take in the majestic scenery, learn a little about the wild and scenic Jersey Cape all while looking for Atlantic Bottlenose Dolphins and enjoying our Discounted drink specials.
How far in advance do I need to make a reservation?
As soon as you have a firm date in mind. We generally sell out in July/August and Holiday weekends weeks ahead of time. It is best to call and book the maximum number of seats you need as soon as you have a date in mind. Try to make it in the beginning of your week or weekend stay. This way if weather related rescheduling is necessary we can accommodate you. We are usually sold out days in advance.
What is Silver Bullet's cancellation policy?
Reservations require a 24 hour notice of cancellation. Any seats not canceled 24 hours prior to trip will be charged 50% of the fare. Group/Party reservations require 7 days notice and are subject to different policies.
How do I make a reservation?
Call us at 1-609-522-6060 or go on-line EastCoastWaterSportsNJ.com to locate available trips and place your reservation. When calling, please be ready with your contact information, number of adults, number of children along with a Visa, MasterCard or Discover card to hold your reservation.
What forms of payment are accepted?
CASH, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover are gladly accepted. Please provide identification with your payment at check-in.
How does seating work?
All seating is managed by crew member. Sorry, no reserved seating. Our top priority is guaranteeing a seat for all passengers, keeping families and parties seated together and maintaining appropriate passenger capacity. Safety is # 1, therefore, very small children are prohibited from the first two rows and side seats. The Captain reserves the right to alter, designate, or change any passenger's seat for any reason at any time. Boarding begins 30 minutes prior to departure.
How early should we arrive to check-in?
We ask that all passengers check in at least 20 minutes prior to a trip. Large parties should arrive 45 minutes prior to trip. This allows you time to check and fill out required paperwork. Please be advised that if you are late your seat will be sold to stand-by customers. You will be charged the full amount if seat cannot be re-sold and the vessel departs without you.
When is the Silver Bullet’s season?
We offer excursions Mid-May to Mid- September. Gift cards & Gear can be bought all year round.
How long is each trip?
Approximately 90min excursion daily departing 9:30am. Trips depart four times a day July and August. Check website for excursion times, May, June and September. **Please call for pre and post season availability.**
Will I get WET?
On our 930, 12 noon and 230 tours you WILL get wet. These tours are not suitable for young guests ages 2 and under due to the force and the amount of water during the FLUME portion of the trip. However, new this season; is our 430 DRY tour. This tour is appropriate for those who do not wish to get wet and we welcome our younger guests to join us then. (This tour is only offered during our peak season. WE reserve the right to cancel this tour at any time.)
Are there any age restrictions for children?
YES; there are age restrictions and while we do not want to discourage you from bringing the youngsters, the following tips are provided as a guideline:
- Parents know their children best but if you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office. There are plenty of moms and dads here with personal experience to help you determine what will work for your little one.
- Our boats are FAST and LOUD smaller children under 2 are only permitted on
the 4:30 tour. Non-FLUME tour. Under 2 must be seated on parent or guardian's
- Children are considered 13 yrs old and younger. Child ticket rate is 2-13 yrs old
- Anyone under 18 must have parent or guardian fill out liability waivers. Any child under 14 yrs old must be accompanied by a paying adult on the boat.
Who can take part in the trip?
The speed boat ride, by its very nature, creates forces that may not be acceptable to some persons. Participants of this excursion will be exposed to outdoor elements, forces from the FLUME, speeds and other intense features that may cause distress or injury to persons with pre-existing health conditions. Please consider these features in determining suitability for all passengers. Only guests in good health should participate in this excursion. For your safety do not ride if you are pregnant, have high blood pressure, motion sickness, heart, neck or back problems, recent surgery or any other medical condition that might be aggravated by the forces of this ride.
All guests, including those with disabilities or use a wheelchair must be able to transfer into and out of the boat by themselves or with the assistance of ONE member of their party.
Seating in the boat is first come, first serve and cannot be reserved. People with young children may not sit in the first few rows and side seats of the boat.
Can we bring a Service dog or Therapy dog on the boat?
For the safety of all passengers, ALL animals, including service animals for physically impaired individuals, are prohibited. Please be advised that the boat Captain will perform power thrill maneuvers and large volume(s) of water aboard the vessel during the tour. Pet carriers are also not permitted as a safety measure. If you have additional questions please contact WaterSportsCustomerService@gmail.com
Are life jackets required?
No. The boats are however equipped with the appropriate number of adult and child emergency life vests located under the seats of the vessel.
What should we bring on the trip?
What to wear: During May and September, when the weather is cooler, we suggest you dress warmly or in layers. It is always cooler in the morning. During the warmer months, June, July, and August the typical attire is shorts, t-shirts, sandals, and flip flops. Bring along, a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen. Be prepared to get wet and dress according to your comfort level. We suggest wearing clothes that dry quickly and perhaps steer away from denim pants or shorts and leather footwear.
If you have an extended car ride planned after a trip, consider bringing an extra set of clothes - just in case - to ensure a comfortable trip to your next destination.
Accessories: Sunglasses: Every year, hundreds of riders involuntarily sacrifice their sunglasses to the Atlantic Ocean . Wear eye wear retainers, especially on your prescriptions or newly acquired designer shades.
Hats: Don't leave home without one, but also don't leave it in the Rogue Atlantic. Hat retainers work....usually.
Identification, cash and credit card: ID is needed to purchase any alcoholic beverages on board. Cash or Credit cards are excepted on board for snacks and other souvenirs. Please leave pocketbooks, backpacks, and beach bags secured in your
Electronic Devices: Many people bring cameras and cell phones, however, due to the nature of our trips, large amounts of water are possible. Therefore, we cannot be responsible for damage to any electronic equipment including cell phone and other water sensitive items such as hearing aids and electronic ignition keys. All items are brought onboard at your own risk.
Food, Beverage and other: Smoking is prohibited on the vessel, on. Glass containers, coolers/ice chests are also prohibited. The crew has everything you need onboard.
Cell phones and camera equipment: Leave it behind if you can. (We suggest securing the following items in the trunk of your locked vehicle.)
Waivers coming soon.