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Featured Location - Stuart

55682Some of my greatest adventures growing up took place in Stuart, FL. Every summer I would go there with my best friend’s family. We would fish, boat, and surf. Of course, as young teenagers we were able to find some trouble but who wants to read about that.

This beautiful city is located towards South Florida along the treasure coast. I cannot think of too many other places, on the east coast, that are as great for a boating trip. A family can easily spend a few days enjoying everything the city has to offer both on and off the water. However, we are focusing on the water.  In the Stuart/ Jensen Beach area there are roughly 6 places for you to dock and stay. Stuart is a place where you can catch awesome fish or cruise through the waterways and see some amazing scenery. For dinning there are 8 locations that allow you to dock and eat. My recommendations are the Manatee Island Bar and GrillSailor’s Return, and Wahoos Riverhouse Restaurant.  As you can see by the number of hotels and restaurants that accommodate boats, Stuart is a boating city. Take my word for it, if you are someone that hasn’t ever been to Stuart, then you are missing out on a great experience. Spring is in the air so stop sitting and start planning to Boat Stuart!

By Caleb Gardner

New Year’s Resolutions

2014psdMost resolutions relate to changing bad habits or attempting to change negative aspects of our lives. It’s time to put a more positive spin onto this time honored tradition and create a list built to bring positive aspects to your life as well as boating. Here are a few suggestions.

Take your boat to a new destanation.
Get away and make take the time to relax and de-stress.
Get a Vessel Safty Check for your boat 
Learn how to tie a new knot.
Make time to do the things that you like to do.
Spend as much time on the boat and on the water as I can possibly spend.
Share my love for boating and everything about it with old and new friends.

Hopefully when you write your list, your resolutions will relate to building strong personal relationships and will ensures you have a healthy mix between work and play. If you don’t have one related to enjoying our beautiful Florida waterways with 7,700 inland lakes and 2,276 miles of tidal shoreline while on a boat – be sure to add it. There is no better way to spend quality time with your family and friends than enjoying our water assets.