The Palm Beaches are simply crazy about the boating life with mega yachts, fishing vessels, speedboats, sailboats, party boats and pontoon boats. It is easy to see why with over 125 miles of scenic waterways. Four major inlets lead to the Atlantic Ocean from the Intracoastal Waterway and Lake Worth Lagoon. You haven’t seen the Palm Beaches completely until you experience it from the water.
There is never a day that going out on the boat doesn't either refresh your mind, show you something beautiful, or teach you something new about the area. No matter how much stress you have at work, at home, or at school, when you take a boat out, you leave that stress behind. From pleasure tours to fishing charters to intracoastal commutes, the Palm Beaches by boat is unlike any other place.
Anchoring up at the sandbar is a social hotspot. It’s like tailgating at a football game, only you're enjoying nature and the sun on your face. Popular local sandbars are located in Jupiter’s Loxahatchee River and the Tequesta sandbar is located in the intracoastal near Tiki 52. When you just need to get on dry land, motor over to Peanut Island on Singer Island to visit JFK’s bunker. Everyone should see the beautiful world below the water surface while wearing a mask and fins. These are just a few fascinating ideas on ways to spend the day with family and friends.
Enjoy South Florida and all it has to offer!