Whether you rather live on the water or on the golf course, Admiral’s Cove is one of the premiere gated communities of distinction in Jupiter. Residents have the option of a private backyard dock of outstanding golf course views.

Admiral’s Cove offers 45 holes of golf and over 6 miles on inland navigable waterways leading to the Atlantic Ocean from your private residence. And a full functioning marina, tennis center, spa and state of the art fitness center.

Within the guard gate secured community of Admiral’s Cove choose a club cottage, harbor home, villa, courtyard villa, patio home, or custom estate home. All the properties are unique and deserve an opportunity to be considered as your next home or second home.

The luxurious golfing,…

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Why do we have a leap year every four years? A leap year is when an extra day is added to the end of February every four years. It all comes down to the solar system's discrepancy with the Gregorian calendar.

What do you do if you were born on February 29th.The chances of having a leap birthday are one in 1,461. It is suggested if you were born in the am, celebrate annually on February 28.  If you were born in the afternoon, celebrate on March 1.  However, if you are a true “leaper” you should only celebrate every four years, which at a certain age becomes very advantageous!

A complete orbit of the earth around the sun takes exactly 365.2422 days to complete, but the Gregorian calendar uses 365 days. So what to do but add 6 hours every year and…

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Yacht Brokers specialize and serve marine crafts to represent the sale of purchase to a seller or buyer. Yacht Brokers tend to live and breathe in the boating industry; they are consistently following the market on a day-to-day and have a vast knowledge on how to guide clients through the process of purchase and helping through all aspects of ownership!  

There are several advantages to using a yacht broker, the biggest of which is exposure. If you are looking to buy or sell, your broker will be able to utilize exclusive tools to find the perfect fit for your lifestyle or market your boat to then be able to get your boat in front of the right eyes. Listing your boat is key!

Waterfront Yacht Brokers are consistently studying the market flows and…

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There are many delicious restaurants and cafes in South Florida which offer fresh seafood delights.  However, lobster rolls are a unique culinary skill. There are as many recipes for lobster rolls as there are chefs in Palm Beach County. There are tons of variations of the lobster roll - bun or no bun?  Serve hot or cold? 

Three local Jupiter restaurants offer tasty variations of the New England lobster roll. 

Cod and Capers Seafood Market and Restaurant, 1201 U.S. Highway One, North Palm Beach, has a recipe that calls for its lobster roll to be filled with freshly steamed, hand-picked Maine Lobster meat tossed in light lemon-mayo dressing and served in a New England split-top roll. 

Chowder Heads, 2123 S. U.S. Highway 1, Jupiter, prepares…

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There is something for everyone at the Florida Oceanographic Society, from young to “young at heart”.  Take a scenic ride from the Jupiter area to Hutchison Island in Stuart, FL and see the 57-acre nature center.  The nature center is positioned between the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian River.

This year at the Martin County Fair the Florida Oceanographic Society presented hands-on demonstrations with sharks, stingrays, turtles, oysters and more.   If you did not have an opportunity to get out seeing the exhibit at the Martin County Fair visit the Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center and feed the resident stingrays, explore the “touch tank” and closely observe a feeding frenzy in the 750,000 gallon “Gamefish Lagoon”.

This nonprofit organization…

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Perhaps in South Florida the weather is a bit cool, say 70 degrees, obviously much too cool on a winter day to hit the beach or the waterways.  It would be a great opportunity to try something a little different.   Pull the trigger and consider a shotgun sport at one of the many sporting clubs in the area.

The National Sporting Federation defines sporting clays as “a challenging clay target game designed to simulate a variety of field shooting situations. On sporting clays course shooters are presented with a wide variety of targets that duplicate the flight path of birds, such as flushing, crossing, incoming and other angling shots.”

South Florida Shooting Club is one of the best shooting clubs in South Florida.  Only a forty-five minute drive…

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The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) approved extensive changes to restructure bass rules and guidelines as well as increase the effectiveness.

Operational on July 1, 2016, the new black bass conservation measures is authorized. On that date, freshwater anglers will be allowed to keep smaller largemouth bass. The perimeter of the bass’s length and many other specific rules for several different bodies of water will be reduced. “The intent is to simplify existing rules and increase abundance of larger bass statewide,” said Tom Champeau, director of the Division of Freshwater Fisheries Management.

Black bass are one of the most popular freshwater fish in Florida; they celebrated for its “trophy” potential.  These fisheries have…

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Little known interesting facts about Florida are immense.  Of course, there are the well-known tidbits, such as Florida is known as the Sunshine State. It is the flattest state in the United States and has the longest coastline that borders both the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean.  Orlando attracts more visitors because of their amusement parks than any other city with amusement park attractions, as well as other facts.

Many people think Florida is the furthest south state in the United States, but it is not, Hawaii is further south.

A team of researchers at the University of Florida, Gainesville, first developed Gatorade sports drink.   The unique combination of water, electrolytes and carbohydrates were developed to replenish student…

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A rare North Atlantic right mother whale and calf appeared this week in the Sebastian Inlet and meandered into the mouth of the Indian River Lagoon.

The North Atlantic right whale is one of the most endangered species of large whales.  According to the World Wildlife Federation, there are approximately 500 whales and very little population growth even though seven decades of protection have been in place.  The whale is usually found along the Atlantic Coastline, primarily the United States and Canada.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have been following the particular North Atlantic right whale for four years now.  They have named her “Clipper” for she has a missing section of her fluke. These whales migrate every year in…

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Image courtesy of Palm Beach Magazine.

The West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority explained that the public installation of “The Swings: An Exercise in Musical Cooperation” will be the first stop on the East Coast installations tour of the United States.  The public swing installation is located on the 500 block of Clematis Street (between Quadrille Boulevard and Rosemary Avenue), West Palm Beach.   It is “an interactive display, which essentially acts as a giant musical instrument.”

The concept was created by the French Canadian design group Daily tous les jours. Originally referred to as “21 Swings” in Montreal, Canada.  The public installation in Montreal averaged 8,500 times per day in four years.

Each swing has a prerecorded…

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