My wife, brother. his wife & I wanted to take a little boat tour of the area, the Fireboat Cruise worked well for us.
They are located outside of the Door County Maritime Museum. You pay right at the boat (they accept credit cards) and then board. There is seating for about 20 in the front of the captain's cabin and a covered deck area for about 60 (I'm guessing) in the rear area. There is no area that is completely enclosed and out of the elements, so plan accordingly. The seating were benches and plastic deck chairs.
It was a beautiful day so we enjoyed the entire 1 1/2 hour trip in the front. They have two tours; we went from the harbor west toward Greenbay Bay to Sherwood Point Lighthouse. The tour commentary was interesting -- telling some local history and info about the ship building and yacht building businesses, area bridges, area parks and the bay. The fireboat part is pretty lame as they bring out a hose and run water through the hose into the bay. Little kids enjoyed holding the fire hose, but it was otherwise not much. So don't expect a big fire boat show. The staff were very relaxed and friendly. There are drinks and snacks on board for purchase.
We had a relaxing ride that was exactly 1 1/2 hours and a nice way to spend part of the afternoon.
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