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Boating in Southwest Florida

Area boating is a great opportunity to see Florida’s natural vegetation and wildlife including mangroves, native palm trees, ferns, birds, otters, turtles, alligators and manatees. If you prefer a full day trip, you can even venture down to the fabulous Florida Keys with a stroll around Key West. Here you can see the amazing sunsets at Malory Square. Most guided cruises provide cocktails and lunch/dinner, and some even offer music and dancing. You have options from a yacht cruise to a catamaran or even an old-fashioned Paddle-wheeler. On your trip you can take in the views of Southwest Florida’s Gulf Coast with its many islands, watch dolphins swimming alongside the boat, or just sunbathe on deck and relax. Try an evening cruise to enjoy some amazing sunsets.

Southwest Florida is a popular destination for boaters, offering a wide variety of boating pleasures from kayaking or canoeing in the calm back waters to cruising on a yacht in the Gulf of Mexico[1]. Boating regulations in Southwest Florida are very important to observe, and respecting speed, no wake, and manatee zones are critical to proper navigation[2]. Boating safety should be a top priority, and it is essential to follow boating rules and regulations to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience while you are out on the water[2]. Southwest Florida offers many public ramps from which to access area waters, and the Go Boating Florida website provides a map to locate ramps and view lanes, hours, fees, and contact information[1]. In addition, there are many dockside fueling locations available to area boaters, and the Go Boating Florida website provides a map to locate fuel stations with public access[1].




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