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The Palm Beach area offers boaters endless opportunities to explore South Florida from cruising the Intracoastal...
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There are few places in Florida where you can experience solitude on an abandoned beach while watching the sun set...
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You could travel to Missouri 20 times and never hear of this little, French-named lake on the northern edge of the...
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But despite its out-of-the-way, end-of-the-road status, Cedar Key does draw its share of visitors. Bird-watchers flock...
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Originally formed by glacial activity, the natural melt-water reservoirs known as Twin Lakes were enlarged to provide...
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A lake in the middle of Daniel Boone National Forest doesn't seem like the ideal spring-break destination, but that's...
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From the top of 1,800-foot Mount Kineo, which sits on a peninsula jutting into Moosehead Lake, you can see miles upon...
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There's a crooked desert road meandering northeast along the Salt River, from Mesa, Arizona, that turns to dirt at...
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It could be that vacationers reach this northwest section of Montana with pinpoint focus (Glacier National Park) and...
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Caddo Lake holds the record as the largest natural freshwater lake in the South and the largest Cypress forest in the...
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When one thinks of the Olympic Peninsula in Washington state, two thoughts might come to mind: mountains and forests....
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Two couples sit at a picnic table, sipping sodas — correction, this is Michigan, so they're sipping "pops." A 30-foot...
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Northern Minnesota's most loathsome catch, the eelpout, is a heinous fusion of a catfish's head, and an eel's body....
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“The First State,” as it calls itself because of being “the first state” to ratify the Constitution, is a destination...
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Turns out, imagination isn't far from reality. In fact, if you leave the growing populace of San Diego proper and head...
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With New York State and the Adirondack Mountains on its western shore, Vermont and the Green Mountains on its eastern...
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We’re cruising over the sparkling surface of beautiful Lake George, in New York’s Adirondack Park. Located slightly...
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A true vacationer's paradise, explore why Mackinac is unique among boating destinations. Research activities, popular...
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As one of the most popular boating destinations in the US, Hilton Head provides enthusiasts with many different...
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Just northeast of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, Tortola and the British Virgin Islands (BVI) are regarded...
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St. Michaels has 1,200 year-round inhabitants, but in the summertime the tiny burg on Maryland’s eastern shore...
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There is no doubt that the area’s rich colonial heritage is worth checking out for history-buff boaters visiting...
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Few people realize that Miami Beach is, in fact, a barrier island—one of many—that protects mainland Miami from the...
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With 300 miles of waterways and 40,000 resident yachts, it’s not surprising that Fort Lauderdale is nicknamed “the...
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Just 70 miles south from San Diego is a weekend getaway often overlooked by Southern California boaters, but one...
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To polliwogs, a mention of Texas may not bring boating to mind, but old salts know that the state’s eastern Gulf...
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You can go a million miles away by simply traveling east from Florida’s bustling coastal ports about 250 miles. That’s...
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Away from the commercial marine traffic and urban bustle of Florida’s Tampa Bay is the easygoing amble of Sarasota,...
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The desert on the Arizona – Nevada border may be the last place you think of when some says “boating,” but you’d be...
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At the confluence of Green Bay and Lake Michigan, Wisconsin’s Door County serves up an abundance of natural amenities...
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A tugboat tour of Georgian Bay is a great way to tap into the region's deep history.
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The BVI are a sailing wonderland and a great place for cruisers. Here are our best tips if you're planning to power...
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Just 80 miles north of Seattle is a boater’s paradise – the San Juan Islands. Tucked between the U.S. and Vancouver...
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Treasure Island is a special tropical community which engages nature and the water environment at every opportunity.
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In the late 1800s America 's wildlife resources were in trouble. Years of unchecked shooting saw the decline of many...
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The largest island in New England, Martha's Vineyard sits seven miles off the Cape Cod coast and is so beautiful you...
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A century ago, one in every 10 American shipmasters came from the small coastal towns situated along the banks of the...
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At 1:05 p.m. that amazing day, Mel Fisher learned from his son Kane that his greatest dream had been realized. The...
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In the late 1800s, a group of northern millionaires, among them the Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, Goulds, Astors, Morgans...
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City Marina located in the heart of the waterfront, features restaurants, a Tiki Bar, Post Office, banks, and slips to...
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One hundred years ago, early automobile enthusiasts made the Daytona Beach area famous. It began on March 28, 1903...
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While many people think of North Carolina as a mountainous retreat, there are many jewels to discover east of the...
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One of the premiere destinations on the Eastern seaboard is Atlantic City, New Jersey. With easy access from Absecon...
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Boston Harbor Islands National Park, encompasses an area that includes 34 islands surrounding the Greater Boston...
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It's probably safe to say any person cruising between the Chesapeake Bay and the Delaware Bay has stopped in...
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Connecticut, Norwalk especially has always been on the vanguard of the oyster industry. Legends exist about foot-long...
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