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Screen_shot_2009-12-06_at_5.52.53_PMBY Water 25.901928, -80.128613

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This is a fun spot to boat to. During the weekends you can find dozens of boats anchored there. The depth is typically between 5-10ft, so people just hang out, blast their marine stereos, and play in the water. There's even a barge raft that floats around selling hot dogs and drinks. They deliver to your boat via inflatable canoe. How cool is that?! By Marcos R. Miami Florida

 

 

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BY Water 25.656481, -80.162106

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Stiltsville (Just south of the Tip of Key Biscayne) Information by SoFla David.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BY Water 25.491780, -80.186482

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Most popular is Sands cut (also reffered to as Elliot Key Sandbar). Information by SoFla David.