Florida is a boater's paradise. In a state where no one lives more than 50 miles from salt water and more than a few miles from some type of navigable fresh water, there are endless opportunities to enjoy a day on the water. Along the state's 8,200 mile plus coastline there are places for boaters to enjoy the solitude, fishing and wildlife of an undeveloped estuary or cruise by the spectacular homes that line the Intracoastal Waterway along the state's east coast. And, with three million acres of lakes and 1,700 miles of rivers and streams to explore from a boat, there are also plenty of places to fish, alligators to watch and sites to see.
This site is dedicated to informing boaters about how to safely enjoy the state's waters. With articles about boating from some of the top outdoor writers in Florida, the most up to date boating news in the state, reports on interesting anchorages, reports on new and interesting boats and boating equipment, and tips on how to keep your boat operating at peak performance and safety, the Florida Outdoors Boating Site is a place you'll want to check on a regular basis. It just doesn't get any better than this.
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