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Jacksonville Boating

Posted by Caleb Gardner On February - 25 - 2014 ADD COMMENTS

Although I am not a true Jacksonville, FL native I do consider it as my home.  With that being said, I found it appropriate to start this blog section, Boating in Florida, about the city I know best. Jacksonville is not a city that many people would view as a “boating destination” but it is one of the best cities to live in, if you are an avid boater. I mean there is a major river (St. Johns River) running throughout the city.  I view the St. Johns River as another highway in Jacksonville. Whether you are a family of 8 or a couple wanting a fun date, the waterways of Jacksonville can help you have a great time.

For dinning purposes, the Jacksonville area offers 12 different accessible by boat. A few of the restaurants include: Clarks Fish Camp, Nippers Beach Grille, Hurricane Grill & Wings, and River City Brewing Company. Each of these restaurants caters to our boating needs by providing free boat slips while enjoying some great food.

If eating isn’t what you are looking for then don’t worry Jacksonville still has you covered. On Saturdays the River Side Arts Market, located under the Fuller Warren Bridge, is a great place to go, see, and maybe buy some of the things that the talented citizens of Jacksonville have to offer. The Jacksonville Zoo is also a really fun trip for the family and the best part is zoo entry is FREE when you arrive by boat. However, from experience, I must warn you to check the tide charts before heading over. During low tied it gets a little shallow. Another great trip that I discovered a couple of weeks ago has become a newfound favorite, dolphin watching! These dolphins love to play and the place I have seen them play the most is near the Jacksonville ports. It really is something to experience if you haven’t ever done it. Lastly, I can’t write about Jacksonville without mentioning the Jacksonville Landing. Full of restaurants, shops and sometimes there are even fireworks and concerts. The nice thing about each of these boating adventures is that they all have a place for your boat and do not cost you anything, unless you are someone that puts a price on fun!

I feel like I could go on forever about great places to go by boat in Jacksonville. Visit FloridaByWater.com for a full list of things to do on the water in Jacksonville. Now, get off this blog and start boating!

Summer is almost here!

Posted by Caleb Gardner On February - 11 - 2014 ADD COMMENTS

IMG_1855 Summer will be here before you know it! Are you ready? Don’t let this summer slip up and pass you by like the ones in the past. Make time to get out on the water and enjoy a summer in Florida they way it was meant to be. Florida has around 1,350 miles of coastline which means no matter where you are in the state it should not be difficult to find some water for boating. Make this summer better than the rest. Don’t be the person saying, “Well maybe next week will work out better.” Take the time now to plan a few trips and let us help you. We are a team that has boated and fished all over the state. We want to help inform boaters about the different destinations Florida has to offer. Whether it will be a day trip or a weeklong adventure we’ve got you covered. Life should be enjoyed and in our opinion the best way to enjoy life should be on a boat.

 

 

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