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Good Fortune Boat Tours

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ORGANIZATION: Conservancy of Southwest Florida

  • 15 people are interested

The Good Fortune sails pristine Rookery Bay January through April from its dock on Shell Island Road. Volunteer naturalists teach the importance of estuaries and the role they play in protecting our environment and quality of life. Two trips per day: lunch cruise & sunset cruise.


Provide an educational, informative and compelling narrative and interpretation of flora and fauna encountered on the two-hour Rookery Bay eco cruise. Assist the boat captain as necessary in securing the vessel to the dock and further be capable of aiding the captain in an emergency. A candidate must have extensive knowledge of the history of the Rookery Bay National Estuarine Reserve, undergo man overboard training, be CPR qualified and is subject to random drug testing as they are deemed a "first mate" under U.S. Coast Guard regulations.

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About Conservancy of Southwest Florida


1495 Smith Preserve Way, Naples, FL 34102, US

Mission Statement

Preserving Southwest Florida's natural environment....now and forever.


Since its first grassroots victory in 1964, spearheading the acquisition and protection of Rookery Bay, The Conservancy has served as Southwest Florida's environmental leader, working proactively to protect Southwest Florida's natural environment--including the Everglades system. In support of its mission, The Conservancy operates a nature center, a Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic, environmental advocacy, science and research projects plus environmental education programs for adults and children. We have expanded our scope across the five counties in Southwest Florida: Collier, Charlotte, Lee, Hendry, and Glades.

We maximize the combined forces of environmental policy, advocacy, research, education, and wildlife rehabilitation to protect Southwest Florida’s natural treasures - our water, our land and our wildlife.

Our goals have become more ambitious as even greater pressures are placed on our natural heritage.

We have concerns about our water. Will it be clean? Will we have enough? Over one million acres of rural lands are proposed for development. Will it be done in a way that protects lands vital to our survival --- and to the 133 listed, endangered, and threatened species in Florida? We are constantly working to find a sensible balance between the demands of a growing population and the preservation of our natural resources.


Animals, Community, Environment


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1450 Merrihue DriveNaples, FL 34102



  • General Education
  • Environmental Education
  • Environmental Science
  • CSR / Volunteer Coordination
  • People Skills
  • Public Speaking


  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training

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