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The Sailfish Marina Resort is a tropical escape within paradise with Old Florida charm. Home to a world-famous fleet of luxury sportfishing yachts and water taxis that will take you cruising through the Palm Beaches.  Join the "Sunset Celebration" every Thursday along the seawall and dine in the fantastic waterfront eatery. Treat yourself to a tropical evening on the water and head over to Sailfish Marina on Singer Island. Thursday nights are known for their “Sunset Celebration”.  Between the hours of 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. the marina turns into music immersed, a tropical retreat. This event is free to attend and takes place all year long.

It is a perfect event for the whole family. Feed the fish off the floating dock. Grab a grouper dog and stroll…

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Ever wonder how many shades of color can be seen in the waterways, skies, or preserves of Jupiter and Tequesta? I have no idea either, but you can attempt to keep a count of the various shades with a libation in hand at one of the local waterfront eateries. Be intentional and mindful of the colors you perceive in nature.

With water in varying blue shades of the Caribbean Sea, shell-filled beaches, a chill relaxed vibe from the 6.2 miles of Atlantic coastline there are more shades than can be mentioned. The blue color of ocean water is an inherent property caused by the selective absorption and scattering of white light. When sunlight shines on the sea, all the colors of the rainbow permeate the water.

In a tropical paradise such as here, nothing…

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 Palm Beach County is winding down towards the end of shopping for Christmas.  As it narrows down take advantage of an upscale tropical island setting at the Sailfish Marina.  As the Sailfish Marina hosts the Sunset Celebration, on Singer Island, you will find the premier weekly arts and crafts show of the Palm Beaches. Here you may find a unique last-minute holiday gist for a loved one or friend. On any Thursday evening from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm, you may find wood sculpture, pottery, watercolors, blown glass, gold and silver jewelry, and much, much more from more than 30 different artists.

Musicians play island tunes on guitar and steel drum, and patrons can buy their famous “grouper dogs” (fried grouper in a hotdog bun) or conch fritters right on…

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting a sunset tour on August 15th, 2018 at 7:30 pm. There’s no view quite like a Jupiter sunset from the top of the lighthouse, and participants get to witness the original light turning on to illuminate the night sky as well as an inside look at the interworkings of the lighthouse watchroom.

The tour will be for about 75 minutes, and is required pre-purchased tickets are $20 per person or $15 for lighthouse members. You may purchase them by calling 561-747-8380 X101.

For more information, go here.

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