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Have you ever wondered why Palm Beach County has a population of 1,496,770 making it the third-most populous county in the State of Florida and the 25th-most populous county in the United States. It could very well be Palm Beach County’s 47 miles of coastline and gorgeous tropical climate offer endless opportunities for dining with a water view. The county offers come-as-you-are beach bars with sand on the floor to open-air restaurants overlooking intracoastal waterways. Try one of these local favorites for lunch or dinner.

Guanabanas, 960 North Highway A1A, Jupiter, FL 33477

Sitting on a quiet offshoot of the Intracoastal Waterway across from a lush park, Guanabanas is a hidden gem that feels like paradise. The palm-fringed patios, stone

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Belle's Bar & Grill is nestled in Old Port Cove at 116 Lakeshore Drive, North Palm Beach. Belle’s Bar & Grill is a member only restaurant located on an exclusive part of the waterfront. Enjoy the views, memorable service, and local food. The marina and neighborhood guests are invited to enjoy mouthwatering food, a full cocktail menu and glorious views.

Join others at Belle’s Bar & Grill at Safe Harbor Old Port Cove on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays between the hours of 3:00pm - 9:00pm. Belle’s Bar & Grill in Old Port Cove is a gorgeous restaurant with a luxurious feel.

Now open is Belle’s To-Go at Safe Harbor North Palm Beach Marina, located at 1037 Marina Drive. Belle’s To Go is open Thursday-Monday 11:00am - 9:00pm (closed Tues & Weds). The

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 Palm Beach County is the perfect place for people who are enthusiastic about boating life.  Four major inlets lead to the Atlantic Ocean from the Intracoastal Waterway and Lake Worth Lagoon. There are 125 miles of scenic waterways to take pleasure cruises, fishing charters, Intracoastal cocktails cruises, and dinner cruises. You have not seen Palm Beach County until you have seen it by water.

There are different options to partake in if you do not own a boat. Take off on a public cruise or private charter with PonTiki. These are a festive pontoon armada boasting chipping greens, tiki bars, and water slides that are great family fun. Sail on a sunset cruise on their 50' Catamaran 'Hakuna Matata.'  Looking for something a little bit more on the wild

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Palm Beach County is the perfect location for people who are simply crazy about boating life. There are 125 miles of scenic waterways to take pleasure cruises, fishing charters, Intracoastal cocktails, and dinner cruises. You have not seen Palm Beach County until you have seen it by water.
 
Four major inlets lead to the Atlantic Ocean from the Intracoastal Waterway and Lake Worth Lagoon. You will find more boat charters and boat rentals than you can imagine. Sip cocktails on a sunset sail. Stop for a swim or snorkel at a secluded beach. Play captain for a day, take a thrilling speedboat ride, or sit back and let a professional chart your course. There are fabulous marinas that offer top-notch facilities, and service amenities.
 
Take a public cruise

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The biggest boating safety tip for Palm Beach County boaters is always wearing a lifejacket! Most people who drown in a boating accident could swim! Never rely on your ability to swim to keep you safe in a boating-related emergency! It is advised that you wear a United States Coast Guard-approved flotation device. In an emergency such as rough water, the onset of severe weather, or boating trouble like taking on water can occur and leave little time to put on life jackets. Life jackets are difficult to put on once you are in the water!

Keys to safe boating according to the National Safe Boating Council are:

  • Boating Knowledge
  • Boating with Wisdom
  • Boating with Preparedness
  • Boating with Experience
  • Boating with Discretion 

All

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A five-star, yachting, and cruising resort destination, Safe Harbor Old Port Cove sits elegantly on a gorgeous 60-acre peninsula in the heart of North Palm Beach. Accommodating run-a-bouts to luxury megayachts, the marina’s boaters and crew are treated to innovative dockside features and impeccable personalized service. Step ashore and enjoy meticulously landscaped grounds, upscale amenities, and a taste of Newport at the recently introduced Belle's Bar & Grill all within Old Port Cove.

If you join Safe Harbor Old Port Cove, you become a member of the world’s largest boating network. Your membership includes exclusive privileges and benefits that extend across our network giving you unparalleled freedom to explore the water.

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Boating safety is enormously significant. Cross over any waterway in the Jupiter area and glance at of boaters enjoying the water. One of the many benefits of living in Palm Beach County is the ability to jump on a boat and get out on the water and soak up the sunshine. Since 2010, Florida requires that any person who wishes to operate a vessel of more than ten horsepower or more and is born after January 1st, 1988, must pass and complete a boater safety course

The Sunshine State does not have a “boating license” per se, however, there is a Boater Safety Identification Card. The course can either be done in person or online. The Boater Safety Identification Card states that the course has been accomplished. The State does not require a follow-up or

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If you are interested in learning to wakeboard, learn how to at Shark Wake Park 561.  There are NO sharks at Shark Wake Park.  The park is more than fun on the water, it is the nicest family fun around. The watersports park is located at Okeeheelee Park, 1440 Eshleman Trail in West Palm Beach. The park is a personal friendly cable water sports park.  The water playground unveiled its new spot in West Palm Beach in 2019. Shark Wake Park 561 is one of the biggest floating adventure recreation areas in Southeast Florida.  

If you can do it behind a boat then you can do it at the Shark Wake Park.  Jump, dive, and splash into adventure on Obstacle Island. The vast floating fun spot is full of climbing spires, monkey bars, exhilarating slides, and more!

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Taking families with kids out fishing on the open sea is something Holy Water Fishing is all about. It is something residents of Palm Beach County truly cherish. Nothing compares to watching a young person or a young at heart person light up while they pull up their first game fish!  It is priceless! Give your family the gift of joy!

Leave it up to Holy Water to check the marine forecast and look for mild to calm seas for a successful fishing charter. Fish inshore and offshore for all species of fish: Sailfish, Cobia, Marlin, Tuna, Mahi Mahi, Wahoo, Snapper, Grouper and much more! Young families, children of all ages, and adults aboard the fishing charter will learn how exciting sport fishing can be! This is what South Florida fishing is all

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Cross any waterway and take a glance at dozens of boats out on the water. One of the advantages of living in Palm Beach County is the ability to hop on a boat and get out on the water, enjoying the sunshine and beautiful weather. Boating is serious business. Florida does not have a “boating license” per se. Florida does have a Boater Safety Identification Card

Since 2010, the state of Florida requires that any person who wishes to operate a vessel of more than ten horsepower or more and is born after January 1st, 1988, must pass and complete a boater safety course. The course can either be done in person or online.

The Boater Safety Identification Card states that the course has been accomplished. Florida does not require a follow-up or a

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