Florida Keys

The Florida Keys stretch 200 nautical miles from Key Biscayne to the Dry Tortugas and include favorite boating destinations such as Key Largo, Islamorada, Marathon, and Key West. They are aptly named, because they do offer the “keys” to a boating paradise unmatched anywhere in our lower 48 states. If you mention those two magic words — the Keys — Read More

Florida’s East Coast

Sunny by day, glittering by night, Florida is irresistible. The 1,350-mile coastline is the longest of any state in the mainland United States, and its unique heritage has had countless influences, with Native American, European, Latino, and African-American cultures among them. From the graceful charm of Fernandina Beach to the casual sassiness of Key West, Read More

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. The Gulf of Mexico offers both enjoyable and challenging cruising. In the winter, on days when the winds are light, power boats rule. However, when Read More