Show Me the City, Captain

You might get seasick stepping into the bathtub, but our city has a longstanding love affair with the high seas. A large portion of the community reached these shores by boat, and we don’t even want to imagine what our weekends would be like if our drugs didn’t get a ride on the elusive S.S. Goodtimes. In our opinion, our proximity to so many waterways should mean that each Miamian is required to carry a boater’s license and a life jacket at all times. While we’re taking that up with our local lawmakers, you call 305-365-3018 to make your reservation on the Key Biscayne Sunset Boat Cruise.

The tour takes you on a voyage around the island of Key Biscayne on a 40-passenger catamaran led by a guide who will point out all the historical landmarks, nature preserves, and make-out spots in the area. It’ll cost you $35 to ride from 2:30 to 6 p.m. The boat leaves from Crandon Marina.
Sat., Dec. 20, 2008


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