Cruising north from our dock, past the lighthouse, the intracoastal waterway takes you along the shores of Jupiter Island where you will see
some of the most impressive homes and estates in Florida. If you feel like jumping into the water and cooling off, you will find sandbars and sandy
beaches along your way north. Further north you enter the unspoiled natural beauty of the St. Lucie Inlet State Park in nature preserve. This is
truly a world away from the every day, where Osprey, Bald Eagle, Blue Heron and Egrets are common sites. Don’t be surprised if along the way you see
dolphins and manatee.
A favorite destination heading north is Peck’s Lake. Here you can beach the boat on the intracoastal side of the barrier island and walk 150 feet
through the dunes to a pristine 5 mile long oceanfront beach. There are no buildings, roads are cars on this unspoiled beach, only access is by boat.
Should you get hungry, we can recommend some waterside restaurants where you dock the boat and have lunch on the water.
If you choose to sample civilization, you can cruise south from our location to find terrific dockside restaurants, beautiful waterfront communities and
visit peanut island with that you unique charm … picnic facilities and protected swimming and snorkeling areas.
The waters around palm beach and Jupiter have that unmistakable tropical feel; you’ll swear your boating in the islands.