WELCOME TO DELAWARE RIVER JET BOAT TOURS!
Delaware River Jet Boat Tours
EXPERIENCE THE RIVER
Delaware River Jet Boat Tours is a river jet boat tour company that is located in the tri-state area, including Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York. Our exhiliarating rides are historic, scenic, and fun for the entire family! There is no better way to experience New Hope, Washington's Crossing, and miles of virtually untouched scenery than with Delaware River Jet Boat Tours!
FREE BBQ MEAL
Each jet boat participant will receive a FREE BBQ MEAL halfway during the 2-hour tour at "The Famous River Hot Dog Man," who has served over 2 million hot dogs since 1987!
The Famous River Hot Dog Man is the winner of the 2008 NJRA award for "Most Unique Business in New Jersey." You will enjoy your free BBQ meal next to a private island where you can relax and take in the breath-taking scenery, such as Devil's Half-Acre (also known as Devil's Tea Table).
EXPLORE THE LOCAL WILDLIFE
Enjoy the lush scenery and learn more about the river's rich and abundant wilflife. Some of the local wildlife includes the Great American Bald Eagle, Osprey, Blue Heron, River Otter, Beavers, Deer, Black Bear, Canadian Geese, Snapping Turtles, Smallmouth Bass, American Eel, Walleye, Catfish, Carp, and many more creatures.
LEARN ABOUT OUR JET BOAT TOURS
We have five jet boats that specialize in different types of river jet boat tours. We offer fishing trips for amatuers and professionals, romantic couples getaways, adventurous jet boat tours, as well as historic and scenic excursions. Learn more about our fleet and see which tour is best for you and your party.
CARPE DIEM, SEIZE THE DAY
The jet boat ride is only half of the fun! Spending some time together on a fun river boat ride with your loved ones is unique and exhiliarating! Learn about the Delaware River and come experience a must-see attraction!
LEARN RIVER HISTORY
The Delaware River has a rich history the can be spanned before the United States came about! The Delaware is known for commercial commerce and has always been a major commercial highway. The resources that founded our great nation were transported on the Delaware River and it still contiues to this very day.