Voyaging down the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway, which extends from Norfolk, Va., to Key West, Fla., is a treasure to experience.
Protecting recreational boaters from rough conditions with barrier dunes and beaches, the ICW flows past stunning scenery and urban hubs, making it one of the best cruising adventures in North America.
Here’s a video with ideas for your trip:
The ICW is a great journey for boaters in search of prime flat-water cruising. Writing in Soundings’ April issue, retired merchant ship deck officer Pat Mundus offers advice to consider when you plan your voyage.