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Boating Destination Reviews for Travelers Along the Eastern Seaboard

Fort Jefferson, Fla.

The massive fort has 8-foot-thick masonry walls.Land ho! It’s that exciting moment when a dark smudge appears on the horizon between the Florida Keys’ turquoise waters and azure sky. The smudge grows larger and more distinct, morphing into not a palm-fringed island or mangrove tangle but a massive brick fort nearly covering 16-acre Garden Key. It’s incongruous and awe-inspiring in this endless expanse of ocean.



Lunenburg: a special place

The Dory Shop on Lunenburg's waterfrontKevin Feindel is a good example of how deep the roots go in Lunenburg. He and his wife are descendants of immigrants who arrived there 260 years ago on one of the very first ships that brought settlers to the well-protected harbor.



The Tribe

The Maine Boatbuilders Show arrives at just the right time. Spring is typically delayed, cabin fever is boiling like sap in a sugar house, and it’s high time to find like-minded boat addicts to share the fever.



On the Bay

Photos by Bob Grieser

Chesapeake Bay dishes out a cornucopia of fun, and only unfavorable weather or contrary boaters affect it. Mother Nature did not design the Bay as a place to demonstrate her anger, but when things go wrong conditions can test you and teach lessons. Tomorrow on the Bay usually promises another summer outing in a land of pleasant living, filled with adventure and great expectations.



Show Time

Photos by Billy Black

Whether you’re in the mood to buy or not, the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show is a spectacle. Against a backdrop of golden sunsets, palm trees and pretty women — lots of pretty women — the show reminds us that it is, in fact, a “show,” not just a sales venue.



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