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From Native Americans, Spaniards, pirates, and numerous shipwrecks of the past, to the laid back island life, to the history and fun of the modern day "Conch Republic" called Key West, these islands have always been a place to explore.


The Keys offer the only living coral barrier reef in the United States and is home to many tropical fish and other marine life. It is both an exotic and historical place. One to be both protected and explored.


Let your imagination run wild with visions of exotic locations...Key Largo, Islamorada, Big Pine Key, Key West and Dry Tortugas. 



Bimini takes you back to the place where Hemingway spent inspired time authoring "Islands in the Stream" and his Pulitzer Prize winning "The Old Man and the Sea". 


The Berry Islands offer quiet, serene sunrises and sunsets.  Snorkel, swim and enjoy nature at its finest. If you want British island flair and nightlife, Nassau has what you want. Indulge on conch fritters, shop or gamble. 


Get away from it all and escape to the serenity of Great Abaco, Eleuthera, the The Exumas and hundreds of unnamed isles. Undisturbed beaches and private islands are the norm as you leave your cares behind. 

Gulf Coast & Old Florida


Relax by the quiet, scenic islands of Sanibel and Captiva, home to hundreds of birds, seashells and trails. Further north you can sail by Sarasota, Bradenton and St. Petersburg.


Old Florida comes to life as you learn about the coastal Greek village of Tarpon Springs or view manatees in their natural habitat near Homosassa Springs and Crystal River. 


The Big Bend of Florida is home to some of the sweetest bay scallops you can find, off the coast of Perry. Just up the coast you will find fresh oysters at Apilachicola. Further west enjoy the pristine beaches of Panama City, Fort Walton Beach, Destin and Pensacola. 

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