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Largest Covered Space for Yachts On Gulf Coast!

Bird's Eye view of Saunders Yachtworks.

Saunders Yachtworks Now Provides Covered Work Space for Up to 10 Yachts Out of Water Largest Covered Space Along the Gulf Coast With the recent addition of more than 13,000 square feet of covered work space, Saunders Yachtworks now offers …

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Gulf Coast Dries Out After Hurricane Isaac

Weeks after slow-moving Hurricane Isaac relentlessly dumped water across the Gulf Coast, cleanup efforts continued, especially in New Orleans where many neighborhoods lost electricity for four days. Everyone in New Orleans’ West End worked over Labor Day weekend, tearing out …

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Biloxi Casino Marina Hop – By Boat

Biloxi Casino Marina Hop - The Palace Hotel is one of several which provide places to park your boat during your stay.

Whether you’re cruising east to west or west to east, the Mississippi Sound has much to offer beyond nature preserves on the pristine barrier Gulf Islands National Seashore and antebellum treasures such Jefferson Davis’ mansion, Beauvoir, onshore. Biloxi Casino Marina …

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Cruising the Gulf Coast

The Gulf Coast is hot, sticky, and humid in August. And I miss it – cruising the Gulf Coast. I’m ready to go back to Ocean Springs, Miss., to our bayou-front home. Located about one mile north of the Gulf …

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Galveston Yacht Basin Rises From Ike’s Ashes

Future looks bright for Galveston Yacht Basin   In the wake of Hurricane Ike in September 2008, Galveston Bay’s marine infrastructure suffered enormous damage. Many facilities are only now returning to full operation. One of the hardest hit was the …

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Editor’s Desk: Sailing Yachts and Mooring Balls

In December 2011, I had my first up-close-and-personal look at a Gunboat catamaran. Phaedo, sixty-six feet of bright orange catamaran – who finished third across the finish line in last year’s Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC) – had just pulled …

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The Gulf Coast is OPEN for Business!

Back in the 1960’s, there was no interstate connecting Gulf Coast travelers from New Orleans to Mobile. Before the I10, you took Hwy. 90 through Mississippi and knew every landmark and bathroom stop: the Friendship House and its iconic Deer …

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