1. Home
  2. Blog
  3. Oceanfront

Oceanfront

There are currently 708 blog entries related to this category.


Perhaps the most famous name associated with Jupiter’s history is the DuBois Family. Many locals are familiar with the famous DuBois Park off of the Jupiter Inlet, where you can picnic, swim and snorkel with family and friends in a protected lagoon. The name we know so well as just a beach park is much more than just a park. The DuBois Family were some of the first and most famous pioneers of Jupiter. 

The family’s charming waterfront cottage was theirs from the early 1920’s until 2012. Now the Honeymoon Cottage is on the market for any one of us to own for a cool $1.65 million. The estate is everything you can imagine when it comes to old Florida but with contemporary updates that give this home all of the feel of laid back island life with all of the

87 Views, 0 Comments.


We are talking about scuba diving, not snorkeling. While both are fun and take you on voyages through marine environments so beautiful, it will change your view on our oceans, but both are very different. Here, we are talking about scuba diving. An activity that is extremely popular amongst native Floridians, and even more popular amongst Jupiter natives. 

Our waters off the coast of Palm Beach are full of life and beauty. There are tons of reefs and rocks teaming with life. For those who love to scuba dive, here is a list of the most popular diving spots for locals according to www.JupiterDaily.com: 

BREAKERS REEF
45-60 feet; two miles of reef with a five to fifteen foot ledge absolutely packed with fish. Large sea turtles are often seen here with

126 Views, 0 Comments.

                                                                             Image via Eau Palm Beach's Instagram (@eaupalmbeach)

If you are looking for a little “R & R” to soak away the stresses of daily life, look no further than your own back yard (if you live in Palm Beach County that is.) according to publications like U.S. Travel News and the Travel Channel, the most luxurious and opulent spa hotels in the United States are in the sunshine state, and even more particularly, Palm Beach County. 

Which 3, Palm Beach-based spa hotels are the best in the country? 

The Breakers Palm Beach 
1 South County Rd, Palm Beach FL 33480
www.thebreakers.com 

This resort is no surprise to most of us. Consistently in the top 5 best fine resorts of Palm Beach

112 Views, 0 Comments.



To own a beach home or just a home near the beach is a dream for many Americans. Views of the oceans, sandy beaches, summer vacations and happiness are synonymous with the beach life, but often times being affordable to own is not. 

If you have always dreamed of owning a home in a beach town, you are in luck. Contrary to popular belief, you may just be able to find your perfect beachside abode in some of the country’s best beach towns for less than you think. WalletHub, a personal finance company, website and digest recently published a nationwide survey their team of experts conducted on the “Best Beach Towns and Cities To Live in 2017.” The data they gathered offers information and details on seaside real estate and data sets organized into different

98 Views, 0 Comments.

                                                                                    Graphic Courtesy of Imgur.com 

To those of us who call Palm Beach County home or those of us who are seasonal, we have probably been fortunate enough to witness the jaw-droppingly beautiful morning sunrises along the coast. If you have not been able to catch one of these natural sensations, here is the best place to go to catch one. 

A list of the “Best Places to Watch A Sunrise on the East Coast” was curated by the blog and website Imgur.com. Imgur’s vision is to be the number one place for people to visit to see all of the best images on the Internet. They have collections of the most beautiful photos, works of art and wonders of the world all in one place. To ensure

264 Views, 0 Comments.

Palm Beach County is a heaven to call home in so many ways. With its year round warm weather, bathtub like ocean water, pristine beaches, world class golf, ample fishing grounds, fine eateries and glamorous shops. The county rivals the nation for some of the most desirable real estate, coveted by those across the globe. Should you own a home in Palm Beach County or just spend time here away from your current home, you know its charm. 

Perhaps one of the most amazing features of the area is its water and all it has to offer. For the avid boater, the fishing enthusiast or just those who appreciate the water, here is what Palm Beach offer. 

First thought, the ocean. Of course the ample and ever bearing Atlantic Ocean that gently crashes along the

184 Views, 0 Comments.

 

Sailfish Point, 1648 SE Sailfish Point Blvd., Stuart is truly an exceptional country club and golfing community! Ranked 3rd of Residential Courses in South Florida and 47th Nationwide by Golf Week Magazine 2017. This 7,088-yard, par 72 course, stretches along ocean and river, it is 18 holes of a Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course. Of the many private Florida golf club communities, Sailfish Point is truly a special lifestyle. 

Water and wind are the distinctive aspects at Sailfish Point. This private course, originally designed by Jack Nicklaus in 1981, is surrounded by three bodies of water.  The Atlantic Ocean, the St. Lucie Inlet and the Indian River are on three sides of the course.  Each hole boasts stunning water views, which makes it both

381 Views, 0 Comments.


The Seagate Beach Club is a newly renovated, stunning, beachfront hotel and country club in Delray Beach. Something that makes Seagate Beach Club so special is its blend of heritage and charm. This exclusive oceanfront club is located directly on the beach in downtown Delray, making it one of the most desirable places to be in south Florida. 

Recently “reconstructed on the footprint of the previous club, in a British Colonial style with a Bahamian influence, casual elegance is reflected in the soft, contemporary interior. A relaxing destination for members and their guests – the beach belongs to you at your castle in the sand.” Another quality that makes the Seagate Beach Club so special is the fact that you can be a member and enjoy all of the

405 Views, 0 Comments.


The Wild Dolphin Camp hosted by the Under Blue Waters Foundation is all the rage for Jupiter kids these days! It is an incredible camp for kids ages 8-15 who are passionate about the oceans and all they behold. 

By partaking in the Wild Dolphin Camp, kids become honorary “junior marine biologists” and will earn their Professional Association of Diving Instructors (PADI) “Skin Diver certification.” This means, the campers master their skills of snorkeling while researching and exploring their local ocean.

Campers will get the unique opportunity to see what being a marine biologist is like. Aboard a real research boat used for studying the oceans and its creatures, kids get to exercise their snorkeling and swimming skills as well as learn about

676 Views, 0 Comments.


Embrace your inner Zen with relaxing yoga, breathtaking views of a Floridian sunset and the sounds of the ocean. The beloved yoga and salt room of Jupiter, Breathe Salt Yoga, will be hosting its very first sunset yoga class this Thursday evening at DuBois Park. 

The class will gather at the northwest point, also known as “Coconut Point”, of the park. All that Breathe Salt Yoga asks you to bring is your mat and water bottle and a smile! 50% of proceeds from this class will support the historical Dubois House and its preservation. DuBois Park is an extremely extraordinary place and locals are devoted to preserving and caring for it. It is the perfect place to reconnect with your body, mind and nature. 

The sunset yoga class is open to all experience

461 Views, 0 Comments.