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ChaseN’Tailz is a tax exempt nonprofit in Jupiter, Florida dedicated to changing the lives of needy families with children battling life threatening illnesses. Directed by Summer Warren, they change lives by relieving financial stress to provide families more time to create forever memories with their children and connect them with other families and resources. 

This weekend, boats will be out fishing for the 7th Annual ChaseN’Tailz Fishing Tournament to fundraise for the worthy cause. Fishing teams will compete out of Jupiter Inlet to find the largest kingfish, dolphin, wahoo, bonita, or snapper.

The fishing day is this Saturday, September 26th 2020, but to contribute or register your boat, the Captain’s Meeting/ Kick-Off Party will be tonight,

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Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting their popular Twilight Yoga at the Light. Every Monday night throughout the month of September, head to the iconic red lighthouse for a Yoga class.

The outdoor Yoga classis held on the Lighthouse Deck at sunset every Monday night. All levels of Yoga are welcomed and encouraged to attend. The class size is limited, and registration is required online to reserve your spot.

The class is taught by yoga instructor Mary Veal. If you plan on attending, you are asked to bring your own yoga mat and water bottle, and all those who attend must wear a mask and adhere to social distancing guidelines. The Yoga class lasts approximately an hour.

Twilight Yoga at the Light September Schedule:

Monday, September

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The Marine Industries Association of South Florida, along with show producer Informa U.S. Boat Shows and Broward County, announced Thursday that the 61st version of the annual boat show will go on as planned with new safety protocols. 

Precautions will include contactless ticketing system, 14 entrances, docks widened to up to 30 feet, temperature checks, and sanitization stations. All exhibitors and attendees will be required to wear face coverings, and all customer lines – including entrances, restrooms, and food and beverage stands – will be spaced out, with visual markers every 6 feet. Hygiene stations will be installed throughout the show area.

The Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is the largest boat show in the world. In 2019, the show

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Every month, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum hosts their reoccurring and popular Lighthouse Sunset Tour. Head to the lighthouse in Jupiter on Wednesday nights this September and join in on the fun.

The Sunset Tour includes a tour of the lighthouse watch room to see how everything works, a chance to watch the light turn on and illuminate the Jupiter sky and a climb to the top of the lighthouse tower to see the incredible views.

The tour is approximately one hour and cost $25 dollars per person or $20 dollars per lighthouse member. Tickets are limited and must be purchased prior to the tour. Children are welcomed to attend the Lighthouse Sunset Tour and must be 48 inches tall or taller to climb the 105 steps to the top of the Lighthouse.

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It may be ready to break out the pumpkins and fall jackets in a lot of the U.S. but here in South Florida, our summer weather continues to roll on! Instead of hayrides and apple orchards, why not fire up the boat head out on water for a weekend at the Sandbar. Here are three of our favorites to consider:

Stuart/Hutchinson Island:

The Stuart sandbar is located just inside the St. Lucie Inlet, and just east of the convergence of the St. Lucie River and Indian River Lagoon. The closest boat ramp is Sandsprit Park. You can rent boats at the Sundance Marina in Jensen Beach. There is also excellent fishing and snorkeling in the area, which is known as the “sailfish flats.”

The Jupiter/Tequesta Sandbar:
The sandbar is located along the Loxahatchee River,

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Divers across the globe have their eyes on the Jupiter coast for the next few months, as hundreds of goliath grouper -- some the size of golf carts, and up to 10 feet,  make their way off the coast for mating season. This annual phenomena, known as the Atlantic Goliath Grouper aggregation, provides divers for a one-of-a-kind experience right in our backyard!

Jupiter Dive Center offers an extensive diving experiences to see these mammoth creatures. The center runs run regular boat trips for two-tank dives on the MG-111 wreck, the local ledge reef system, and other sites where the Goliaths are known to gather. According to their website, during this time of year, divers can expect to see up to sixty(!) groupers along the “wreck trek”.

For more info

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Once a month, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum hosts their reoccurring Lighthouse Moonrise Tour. September’s Moonrise tour is happening this Wednesday, September 2nd.

Those who attend the Moonrise Tour this Wednesday night will learn about the history of the Jupiter Lighthouse while enjoying the views of Jupiter and the full moon. The tour lasts approximately 60 minutes and the tours are weather permitting. Be sure to check their website for more information for updates.

The cost to attend is $25 dollars per person or $20 dollars per Lighthouse Member. To purchase tickets, click here.

Lighthouse Moonrise Tour Details:

When: Wednesday, September 2nd

Time: 7:15 pm to 8: 15 pm

Location: Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum located at

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Living in sunny Palm Beach County has its many benefits, one of them is being able to take your boat out to grab something to eat. Many restaurants are located on the water for your convenience to stop by before heading out to the ocean for some great fishing or just a normal cruise around the intracoastal. These local restaurants offer everything from seafood, pasta, burgers, sushi, tacos, and much more.

Here is a list of just some of the best places to arrive by boat to grab something to eat.

Square Grouper: Jupiter

Jetty’s Waterfront Restaurant: Jupiter

U-tiki Beach: Jupiter

Dive Bar: Jupiter

Guanabanas: Jupiter 

Café Des Artistes: Jupiter

Calaveras Cantina: Jupiter

The Woods: Jupiter

Seasons 52: Palm Beach Gardens

The

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Grab your snorkeling mask and goggles and head to northern Palm Beach County and visit some of the best snorkeling spots in our area. Northern Palm Beach County is filled with marine life and corals that attract hundreds of different kinds of tropical fish right below the water’s surface.

Here are some hidden gem’s and must-see snorkel spots in our area.

Hidden Gem: Cato’s Bridge in Jupiter

Experience Level: Advanced

Many consider snorkeling under Cato’s Bridge to be one of the best snorkeling spots ever. Cato’s Bridge is the drawbridge that takes vehicles from Tequesta to Jupiter Island, near the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse. Many fish swim underneath and around the bridge and many local snorkelers and advanced snorkelers find snorkeling in this

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There are so many reasons why Palm Beach County is considered a little slice of paradise, it could be the beautiful year-round weather, the incredible sunrises, or the soft sandy beaches. Everyone in Palm Beach County has thier reasons, and almost always, the fresh seafood is on the list. Now, Palm Beach County is known for its fishing and boating scene but you don't have to head out to sea to eat the fresh stuff. See our list below of three must-visit seafood markets in town: 

1. Cod and Capers 

1201 US-1, North Palm Beach, FL 33408 

561) 622-0963

Cod and Capers 

Since opening in 1984, Cod and Capers has been serving Palm Beach County the very best seafood in the area. With strong ties to the local fisherman, this seafood is always fresh.

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