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Happy Hour on the OC Bay Hopper

It's always great to have a few cocktails while gliding across the water in a boat.  But when the bars are closed and your options for happy hour are limited - drinks on a boat sounds like a dream.  Welp, here at the OC Bay Hopper we're all about making your dreams come true! 


Every day, we're offering a "Happy Hour" cruise so you can get out on the beautiful Assawoman Bay and have a few cocktails.  While the bars are closed - this is your best bet for getting out and have a few drinks.  We'll take you to some of OC's interesting canals and to see some incredible wildlife on Roy's Creek.  You'll be amazed by all there is to see on the water!

Once the bars and restaurants are open then we'll add a few stops at some of the best bayside bars so you can sample a drink or two at each.  However, regardless of the bars, we will have beer, wine, twisted teas, white claws, etc for sale on the boat.  So you don't need to worry about hauling a cooler!  And, the deal on the boat is that when you buy one you then get one free!!!!  It truly is "happy hour."

Best of all, taking the OC Bay Hopper Happy Hour Cruise, there are no lines and you don't have to worry about being squished into a crowd of people.  We have coronavirus social distancing precautions in place so you can have fun relaxing time on our boats without worry or concern. 

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Aligned with the goal of ensuring all OC Bay Hopper customers have a great experience, we will only run trips that are deemed safe by our Captains. Generally, the weather on the coastal bays of the Ocean City area is very pleasant but sometimes storms and thunderstorms do occur.

In the event that your trip is cancelled, you will receive a full refund. Sometimes, the weather conditions, particularly high winds causing choppy seas, will allow us to run a safe trip that is a bit unpleasant.

Our captains will always strive to let people know when conditions will be less than ideal and if conditions warrant a possible refund you may choose to not take the trip. (But sometimes those rough passages make for the best experiences!)

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