September 2015

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Stretching from Chesapeake Bay, Virginia to the Florida Keys, the Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway provides allows for boating along the southern Atlantic seaboard of the United States without the hazards of ocean travel. While the waterway is part of the Great Loop, a navigable waterway circumnavigating the entire eastern United States, many travellers may simply want a relaxing, luxurious cruise along one of the most beautiful sections: the 380-mile section from Fernadina Beach to Miami, Florida. This gorgeous portion of the Intracoastal Waterway can be navigated entirely without once entering the Atlantic Ocean. Nevertheless, boating is never completely hazard-free. Preparation is the key to safe travel, so follow these tips to help ensure an enjoyable

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