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Martin County is boosting with numerous things to do and family activities but recently Martin County has made the list for the “Top US Summer Fishing Destinations for 2021”. The area was ranked number one on the list of the “Top 7 US Summer Fishing Destinations” according to FishingBooker, an online marketplace and blog for booking yacht charters and recreational fishing.

Earlier this year, FishingBooker named Stuart one of the “Best Winter Fishing Destinations in 2021”.  Martin County has great fishing all year-round and is the only area to make the list twice for both best winter and summer fishing. The fishing blog and marketplace credited Martin County to the area’s bio-diverse lagoon ecosystems that are home to more than 800 species of marine

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Boating is a popular activity to do in South Florida on any day. Catamaran and pontoon boats have been becoming a popular boating choice in the marine industry for recreational boating. They are popular among families and large parties because of the large amount of space and easiness to hop on and off the boat.

Catamaran  and pontoon boats are a perfect way to get out on the water and enjoy the sights of Palm Beach County. The boats range in length and some can hold up to 50 people or more and pontoon boats are becoming the newest trend for parties and special events.

The Manatee Queen is a sightseeing tour boat that is available for private charters or scenic tours on the intracoastal. The Manatee Queen got its start in 1988 and has been providing

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Living in Florida has many benefits, the year-round sunshine and the mild temperatures are two reasons but also being able to take your boat out on the water to grab something to eat. Many award-winning restaurants are located on the water or within water access in Martin County and Northern Palm Beach County and are open for your next meal.

These restaurants are convenient for your trip along the intracoastal or a day out at sea and offer everything from seafood, burgers, tacos, sushi, pizza, pasta, and much more.

Next time you are out on the water, stop by one of these restaurants.

Seasons 52: Palm Beach Gardens

The River House: Palm Beach Gardens

Waterway Café: Palm Beach Gardens

Frigate’s Waterfront Bar and Grille: North Palm Beach

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Every month, the Loxahatchee River Center in Jupiter pairs up with the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary “Flotilla 52” to provide a series of Boating Safety Course aimed for young boaters in our community. The classes are aimed for young boaters however, all are welcomed to learn more about safety on the water.

The next Boating Safety Class is happening this Saturday and Sunday and the course is completely virtual. The class will be online and taught in a lecture style class. The two-day class is free to attend but a deposit of $10 dollars is asked to hold your spot in the class. The deposit will be returned once the course is over. At the end of the two-day virtual class an exam will be given to those that participated and the young boaters will

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Good news for cruise travelers, Bahamas Paradise Cruise Line has announced that cruising will begin out of the Port of Palm Beach beginning this summer. The first cruise back into the Port will begin sailing to Freeport, Bahamas beginning July 2nd.

The Grand Classica ship will be the first cruise back in the Port of Palm Beach. Normally the cruise line has two ships that leave out of Palm Beach County, The Grand Classica and the Grand Celebration. Both ships offer several dining venues, entertainment, lounges, bars, pools, a kid’s club, casinos, unlimited food, and drink packages.

Bahamas Paradise Cruise line started in 2014 and began sailing from Palm Beach to the Bahamas a year later. The port was chosen because of its central location within Palm

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Living in the Sunshine State has its many benefits, one being able to take your boat to grab something to eat. Many award-winning and popular restaurants located within Northern Palm Beach County are located on the water or within an area that has access to the water.

These restaurants are very convenient for those heading out to the ocean for some of the best fishing in the area, or just a normal cruise along the intracoastal. These restaurants offer everything from seafood, burgers, tacos, pasta, sushi, pizza, and much more.

Next time you are on the water, stop by one of these restaurants and grab something to eat.

Seasons 52: Palm Beach Gardens

The River House: Palm Beach Gardens

Waterway Café: Palm Beach Gardens

Frigate’s Waterfront

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On select Saturday and Sundays of every month, the River Center in Jupiter teams up with the US Coast Guard Auxiliary “Flotilla 52” to provide a series of Boating Safety Courses. The course is targeted towards young boaters in our community, but all are welcomed to attend and learn about the safety on the water.

The River Center is hosting Boater Safety Course this Saturday and Sunday. The class will be completely virtual and taught in a lecture-style class. The class is free to attend but a $10 dollar deposit is required to reserve a spot. The deposit will be returned at the end of the class. Once the two-day virtual class is completed and the exam taken, the young boaters will receive their Florida Boater Safety Identification card that can be used

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The Loggerhead Marinelife Center in Juno Beach has added a new event to their calendar this week. Join the sea turtle research and rehabilitation center and their biologists on a local kayaking excursion and explore the diverse coastal ecosystems of Florida.

Kayakers will learn about the local flora and fauna as well as gain insight into the importance of the delicate ecosystems in our waters and our community.

Eco- Tour Kayak Paddle Details

When: Friday, April 23rd

Time: 12 pm to 2 pm

The cost is $40 dollars per person which includes the experience and a two-person kayak and gear rental. Those who wish to bring their own kayak, the cost is $25 dollars. Spots are limited and registration is required to attend. To register, click here for

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On select Saturdays and Sundays, The River Center in Jupiter teams up with the US Coast Guard Auxiliary “Flotilla 52” to provide Boating Safety Classes targeted for young boaters in our community. The class is aimed for young boaters, but all boaters are welcomed to join and learn more about the safety on the water.

The classes are taught in a lecture style and the classes are provided to the community through a generous sponsorship by the AustinBlu Foundation. The foundation is a non-profit dedicated to raising awareness and promoting educational programs to enhance boater safety.

The Boating Safety Course will be this Saturday and Sunday, April 17th and 18th. The two-day course will be completely virtual and can be taken from anywhere. The course

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On select Saturdays and Sundays, The River Center in Jupiter teams up with the US Coast Guard Auxiliary “Flotilla 52” to provide a series of Boating Safety Course targeted specifically to young boaters in our community.  The course is aimed for young boaters, but all are welcomed to learn more about safety on the water.

The course will be held virtually this Saturday and Sunday. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation and the State of Florida requires that anyone who wishes to operate a vessel of 10 horsepower or more and is born after January 1st, 1988, must complete and pass a Boater Safety Course. Once the class is completed, the new boater will receive a Boater Safety Identification Card that can be used immediately.

The Safety course is

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