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Took a boat out on the waters very relaxing and great to look at all the posh and expensive homes, even look at the cruise ships at port evergldaes You can even pull up along side some resturants and they will serve directly from the...More
Visited Ft. Lauderdale, and on the recommendation of a friend took the family on a tour of the intracoastal waterway using the Water Taxi service. The tour was fun, interesting and the guides are pretty funny. They help to talk about the Zillion dollar homes,...More
It’s a collection of nice, real nice houses- but it’s so much more too. Grab the ayer taxi in the afternoon and experience the sunset on the waters of the intracoastal- serene, beautiful and unforgettably romantic.
This waterway runs from Boston down the Atlantic coast and around the tip of Florida to Brownsville Texas. The total distance is 3000 miles and small boats can cruise this waterway with relative safety. The path includes sounds...bays...lagoons...rivers...and and canals. My wife and I can...More
There are a lot of 4000,000 million or dollar homes on the water way. Another thing that I liked were there were a lot of yachts. Which is cool Also Cruise ships dock in part of the waterway. Finally if you go to the intercostal...More
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The sandbar is right at the intersection of two parts of the intercoastal. In high season it's very busy and if you have little ones keep a sharp eye on them. Once there you can anchor and even tie off with other boats to... More
The sandbar is right at the intersection of two parts of the intercoastal. In high season it's very busy and if you have little ones keep a sharp eye on them. Once there you can anchor and even tie off with other boats to stay stable. We've seen people grilling off the back of their boats and generally everyone is having a lot of fun. I'd advise getting there early so you're protected by the other sandbar boaters and not on the outside where the waves from those inconsiderate boaters going through at higher speeds can knock you around.