Exuma Land and Sea Park

Exuma Cays Land & Sea Park is the Bahamas’ hidden jewel, and it belongs on top of every boater’s must-see list. At this water park, you won’t find wave pools or water slides, but you will experience gorgeous beaches, easy anchorage and a dazzling marine environment unblemished by humans. Its colorful coral reefs and vibrant Read More

Cruising the Islands of The Bahamas

Vacationing to foreign countries is exciting, but traveling to another country aboard your own boat is an adventure and accomplishment beyond compare. Fortunately for boaters in the U.S. and Canada, the Bahamas gives us a beautiful island country we can easily visit with a little careful planning. The Bahamas is one of the largest island Read More

Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

Sealife on steroids, where the desert meets sea, plus an off-the-beaten-path location that attracts everyday and celebrity visitors alike are three great ways to describe Cabo San Lucas. Call Cabo for short, this sun-soaked town is located at the southernmost tip of the Baja California Peninsula with the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Read More

Cruising Florida’s West Coast

The Florida Gulf Coast stretches 550 nautical miles from Cape Sable, at the southern tip of the Everglades, to Perdido Key, which is the western border of the state’s panhandle. Florida’s west coast including the Panhandle offers boaters amazing cruising opportunities. Except for the open water passage across the Big Bend, the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway Read More

Stock Island, Florida

Welcome to Stock Island, where the good old days of the Florida Keys are still lively and strong and fishing and boating reign supreme. Though offcially part of Key West, Stock Island still holds the authentic Keys charm that used to prevail on its southernly neighbor. So named because it once housed the lower Keys’ Read More

New Orleans, Louisiana

For the last 300 years, New Orleans has been one of the great cultural gems of the world. Its a place where the locals’ laissez-faire hospitality and friendliness attract visitors from all over the world. With its classic architecture draped in Spanish moss, there are few other places so enchanting. Food and music define this Read More

New York City vs. Miami Beach

Two bustling cities full of culture, cuisine and endless entertainment duke it out. Architecture New York City One World Trade Center has already emerged as an NYC Landmark with prismatic glass and kaleidoscope-like refractions. Nearby also visit the Oculus, the highly anticipated transportation hub designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. Miami Beach Home to the Read More

Destination, Costa Rica

Costa Rica. If you have the slightest need for outdoor adventure pulsing through your body, it should be on your bucket list of places to visit. This Central American nation covering only 0.03% of the world’s surface boasts 6% of its total biodiversity. Borderded by both the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea, only four hours Read More

Focus On Florida: A Thousand Boats In Three Days?

It’s wise to pack comfy walking shoes when you come to the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS) from November 1-5. With 1,500 boats on display, 1,200 exhibitors and six miles of floating docks to hoof around, you won’t want aching feet or blisters to slow you down. As one of the world’s largest boating Read More

Focus On Florida: Historic Florida Hotels

Imagine entering a hotel lobby with such breathtaking design that presidents, celebrities and royalty gasped in awe. Picture a place so lively that Prohibition couldn’t stem the flow of champagne into delicate crystal glasses or silence jazz tunes that made appers’ toes start tapping.Then envision all this splendor set along sugar-white sandy beaches, turquoise waters Read More