Originally built for the rugged
lobster trade in the Florida Keys,
Island Hopper boats can withstand
the most extreme weather conditions.
The "Richard A. Smith" was custom
built as the first commercial, USCG
certified. wheelchair accessible
passenger vessel in the 30' T-boat
category. The special design
* Widened and reinforced
* Front and
rear wheelchair lifts
model with full cockpit
ramps and steps
* Plus a
full array of safety
the boat go out in bad
A: The "Richard A. Smith" goes out
rain or shine. If there are high
and/or whitecaps, you will receive a
phone call to reschedule your trip.
Q: What should I wear?
A: Please dress accordingly. It's
better to overdress than under dress.
We suggest slip resistant shoes,
sunscreen, hat, and sunglasses.
Q: Do I need to bring my own fishing
A: No. Fishing equipment is provided
Q: Are pet animals allowed?
A: No, but service animals are
welcome. Guests are responsible
cleaning up after the animal
appropriately. Please make sure the
animal wears a marker identifying it
as a service animal.
Q: How do I make reservations?
A: Please call our office between 9am
and 5pm Monday through Friday
with the exact number of guests
Since1985, Excalibur has
served over 60,000
people with an average
of 5,600 hours of
1111 Fuhrmann Blvd.
Buffalo, New York 14203
The Wheelchair Access Dock is
behind Dug's Dive Restaurant