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Waterfront homes: Jersey home offers quick access to Barnegat Bay and the Atlantic

wf_0317“A year-round home with lots of space inside and out for family and friends” is how Nikki Joffe describes the waterfront house she and her husband, Michael, own in Toms River, New Jersey. The couple purchased the four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath ranch in 2006 because it was near the beach, offered quick boat access to Barnegat Bay and had a mother-in-law suite.



Seascapes: Tilghman Island sunrise

seascapesThe pale light of a new day falls on a skipjack lying alongside a wharf on Maryland’s Eastern shore. It’s early morning at Dogwood Harbor on Tilghman Island, and all is quiet aboard the Rebecca T. Ruark.



Against the wind

dashewWe are en route to Panama from French Polynesia, heading backward against the prevailing winds and current. Just 840 nautical miles remain on this passage that began almost 4,000 nautical miles ago, off Raiatea. A strangely familiar bird is circling Cochise, our recently launched FPB 78.



Waterfront homes: Cape Coral home is a water lover’s dream

wf_capecoralThe easterly views through a wall of glass convinced Pablo and Alma Juniga to purchase their canal-front home in the year-round boating community of Cape Coral, Florida. After enjoying five years of Gulf access by boat, along with nearby Cape Harbour shops and eateries, the couple is moving back North near the restaurant they own.



Seascapes: Milky Way

milky_wayA buoy, the stars, the sea and the firmament make up Robert Beck’s Milky Way, conjuring a host of emotions. That’s just what the artist intended. The location is universal. It’s buoy No. 1, outside most any harbor, Beck says. “Either the first one you encounter coming home or the last as you head to sea,” he says.



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