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Southeast Youth Summer Camp Programs 2014

Most organizations offer weeklong sessions with special courses running two weeks or longer. Times vary from half day to full day schedules. All campers must be able to pass a swim test. A USCG approved Personal Flotation Device (PFD) is …

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Guy Harvey Named Florida House on Capitol Hill

(Left-to-Right) Patsy Woodroffe, Chairman of Education Committee; Dr. Guy Harvey, 2013 Florida House Distinguished Artist; Cindy O¹Connell, Chairman of the Florida House; Harvey Oyer, III, 2013 Florida House Distinguished Author.

Dr. Guy Harvey, widely recognized as one of the world’s finest marine wildlife artists, was presented the Florida House on Capitol Hill’s 2013 Distinguished Artist Award at a ceremony at Flagler College Thursday for his prolific works reflecting Florida’s culture …

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Dredging operations underway at St. Augustine Inlet

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District announced today that dredging operations are underway within the St. Augustine Inlet Federal Channel. Due to weather conditions and subsequent wave action, the federal channel has shoaled in creating hazardous conditions for …

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Science Trawl: Researchers Hunting Sea Turtles

Hunting Sea Turtles   Hunting Sea Turtles is on in the coastal waters of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida. Two boat captains, two deckhands, one cook and four science personnel spend five days per week aboard Lady Lisa, a 75-foot …

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Cruising the ICW – 1500 Miles on the Inside

Cruising the ICW - The shrimping fleet in McClellanville, SC. Photo by Jody Reynolds

  Cruising the ICW 1500 Miles on the Inside Cruising the Universe that Parrallels Interstate I-95   Heading north from Beaufort, S.C., on the morning tide late in April, our 82-year-old motor yacht, Cygnus II, glides through the beautiful marshes …

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St. Augustine

The Perfect Harbor for a Struggling Scribe St. Augustine is my favorite cruising destination in Florida. The reasons are many: as the oldest city (founded 1565) in America, it has a unique history. It is boater-friendly. It also has a …

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