Which Florida Intercoastal Cruises Do Travelers Love the Most?

When traveling the inter-coastal waters of Florida, travelers will find the options are as plentiful as they are unique to the individual. There are just over 1,000 miles in the east coast intra-coastal waterway. History buffs rave about the northern stops in St. Augustine for the rich historical ports and less-crowded marinas. Families are excited about the stretch a few miles south along the Dayton Beach waters where family fun and amusements are easy to find. Cruisers interested in shopping on land tend to enjoy the routes with stops in Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach for their upper end designer shops.

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