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Lil Toot Santa Barbara to the Rescue!

When Lil Toot isn’t hosting guests on Santa Barbara Sunset cruises, ailment sightseeing boat tours, cialis private charters or making trips every half-hour between the Santa Barbara Harbor and Stearns Wharf, we’re living life on the Santa Barbara Harbor (and loving it!) Last weekend, we helped fellow Harbor-ites in need.  Below is a sweet thank…

Santa Barbara Water Taxi Featured In CA Boating and Fishing News

  SB Water Taxi Makes Yacht News! Santa Barbara Water Taxi was recently featured in the Log (California’s Boating and Fishing News) about our new boat (well, medical actually a 46-passenger yacht!) that will be offering private charters, pharm dinner cruises, viagra weddings, corporate events and more later this summer. The article is called Santa…

Marina One Construction

Continuing the efforts by crews in late 2010, viagra Marina One’s construction is still under way. Marina One’s “O” finger is currently under construction, with crews working incredibly quickly to get boat owner’s back in their usual slips. All of the resident boats are displaced among other fingers in the harbor and the newly constructed…

Lil’ Toot Honored

Last week, see Captain Fred Hershman and the Lil’ Toot were honored by the 425th Civilian Affairs Battalion for his support during their Family Day 2011. The Lil’ Toot shuttled the soldiers and their families around for the day, mind allowing the children to help drive the boat and give the families the great day…

Japanese Tsunami Affects SB Harbor

While our hopes and prayers are with those who are still recovering from the devastation of the tsunami in Japan, site even across the huge Pacific ocean, recipe our very own little harbor in Santa Barbara felt some effects of the massive disaster. Credit: Dan Seibert Our usually calm harbor was battered by waves at…

Still The Most Yellow Boat In The Harbor

Some people may have been wondering where the Lil’ Toot was for a few weeks this winter, viagra as it wasn’t in it’s usual parking spot in front of the Santa Barbara Maritime Museum. The water taxi was in the boat yard for it’s yearly maintenance, including a crisp new paint job. If you stop by and see us in the harbor, be sure to check out how the boat looks brand new again. Hard to believe he’s been the Lil’ Toot for almost 9 years already!