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Prince of Biscayne Bay

Richard Hughes and Pippin are an inseparable pair on the water.Richard Hughes enjoys paddleboarding in the Coconut Grove anchorage with a little long-haired dachshund named Pippin perched on the board like a sentry, albeit one that’s affectionate and loaded with personality.



WaterFront - Edgartown, Mass.

The Edgartown, Mass., home was built in 1995 to blend with the neighboring historic whaling captains' homes. Spectacular views of Edgartown Harbor form an ever-changing panorama in John and Carolyn Connors’ home on Martha’s Vineyard, Mass., and the traditional exterior blends with the neighboring early 19th-century whaling captains’ homes.



Waterfront: Simple home, million-dollar water views

111_PUNTA-GORDATravis and Debra Jones remodeled and updated their 1970 concrete block home in Punta Gorda Isles, Fla., in 2005.



Seclusion by the sea in Maine

“This house is the culmination of my father’s lifelong dream — to retire with my mother to the coast of Maine in a comfortable, relaxing home that blended into the area,” says Tom Hamilton of Brooklin, Maine, who also retired here after cruising and summering in this wooden boat mecca for most of his life.



A great escape in Georgia

Gordon and Susan Repress' two-story home has porches on all sides to afford expansive views of Millers Branch, which winds through Georgia's coastal marshes to the St. Marys River and Cumberland Sound.Photos by Bob Drake

When Gordon and Susan Repress designed their house in St. Marys, Ga., they capitalized on their peninsular lot’s privacy, natural vegetation and expansive water and salt marsh views.



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