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We are thankful for loyal clients, agents, and staff! Your continued support of Waterfront Properties and Club Communities means so much! We want to take a moment to raise a glass of thanks and gratitude in your honor. 

Cheers and Happy Thanksgiving! 

Rob Thomson, Owner 

Waterfront Properties and Club Communities

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  Palm Beach County proclaimed the second Saturday in December the Andrew "Red" Harris Artificial Reef Day!  The Andrew "Red" Harris Foundation brings awareness to Palm Beach County residents and visitors of how important artificial reefs are to protecting marine habitats.   The Andrew “Red” Harris Foundation is a 501C3 founded in July 2014 that strives to build and enhance the marine environment in northern Palm Beach County by creating artificial reefs with huge 8,000 pound “Bahamian coral head” inspired modules to expand our marine habitat.    Andrew “Red” Harris was a promising young man and lifelong Jupiter resident. He loved diving and fishing in the ocean waters off northern Palm Beach County. Tragically, Andrew was struck by…
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LagoonFest 2022 falls on November 5, 2022, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Flagler Drive, overlooking the estuary. The Lake Worth Lagoon is not only in Lake Worth, it is a 20-mile-long urban estuary, where beauty is above and below the watermark. It travels along thirteen cities in Palm Beach County from North Palm Beach to West Palm Beach to Boynton Beach. The lagoon is a waterway in which you can go diving, kayaking, boating, fishing, birdwatching, or sip a cocktail at one of the fantastic waterfront restaurants. There are also inlets leading to the Atlantic Ocean from the lagoon. 

The scenic Lake Worth Lagoon is on display at LagoonFest in West Palm Beach. Entry is FREE. The event includes a waterway debris pick-up via kayaks and paddleboards.

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According to SmartAsset.Com, Florida is famous for being the premier destination for retirees looking to enjoy their golden years in a sunny, tropical climate. But within this Atlantic Ocean coastal part of Southeast Florida, there are places that come out on top as places to retire. If you are thinking about retiring in Florida, two towns are at the head of their class.

Stuart, located less than an hour north of West Palm Beach, is the highest-ranked city on this list that is located on Florida’s Atlantic coast. There is nothing about this city that is ordinary. For a town of its size, the selection of Stuart real estate is amazingly diverse and appeals to most lifestyles and budgets. A young family or empty nester can easily find a single-family

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One of the most well-known snorkel sites in The Palm Beaches can be found under Blue Heron Bridge on Singer Island. The Blue Heron Bridge connects Signer Island to the mainland. On the small island under the bridge in the Lake Worth Lagoon, there is a 15-acre beach park. Phil Foster Park is a life-guarded beach, fishing area, and playground. With easy access from a sandy beach averaging depth of 6-10 feet. It is a picture-perfect place for shore snorkeling and shallow-water diving with its clear waters and abundant sea life. The Blue Heron Bridge snorkeling trail is about 800 ft long and runs about 200 ft offshore.

The beginning point is located under the bridge at Phil Foster Park. Snorkelers can take off from the swimming area to do the Snorkel

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What is the connection between mangrove and coral reef communities? How do fish use these habitats? Gumbo Limbo is a 20-acre coastal preserve. Gumbo Limbo Nature Center is surrounded by a rare remnant of tropical hardwood hammock, located on a barrier island in Boca Raton. Learn about the fascinating behaviors of native fish, stingrays, and other marine life with Outdoor Marine Aquarium Feeding.  These are free presentations for the public. Meet at the outdoor marine aquariums at the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center.

Take a stroll through the butterfly garden, where species of wild butterflies can be seen year-round. Walk the Ashley Trail and relax in the authentic Chiki overlooking the Intracoastal. A variety of native fish and other marine animals

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Palm Beach County and South Florida fisherman catch more than 84 percent of the nation's supply of grouper, pompano, mullet, stone crab, pink shrimp, spiny lobsters, and Spanish mackerel. Seafood is sustainable when the population of that species of fish is managed correctly. There are delightful and tasty seafood eateries in the area.

Three of local’s top favorites are:

Little Moir’s Food Shack:

Known to locals as simply “The Food Shack,” this unassuming and artsy little place is heavily patronized and popular. The place is decorated with tropical art and mounted game fish. The Food Shack features an extensive list of daily specials like panko fried oysters, spicy tuna ceviche and catch of the day.  Located at 103 U.S. 1 D3, Jupiter, FL

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The International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) intends to utilize the power of people to fight ocean trash at Jupiter Beaches and other worldwide beaches and waterways. Marine debris is one of the greatest threats our ocean faces, but luckily it is an issue with which we can all play a part in the resolution. 

For every mile of ocean, there are at least 46,000 pieces of plastic debris floating within said distance. Furthermore, plastic does not decompose over a long period and only disintegrates, minute plastic particles are already showing up in our food and water. If these trends continue, it won’t be long before we face disastrous outcomes for our environment.

Since its beginning, more than 17 million volunteers have collected more than 348 million

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse, here in Jupiter, is the highlighted lighthouse on every new “Visit Our Lights” specialty license plate sold by Florida’s Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. There are thirty lighthouses still standing proud in Florida. There is a $25 annual special fee for the plates, in addition to registration fees. Proceeds benefit the Florida Lighthouse Association, a nonprofit that supports the preservation of the state’s lighthouses. The new plate with the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse will be available for the next 10 years. The original version of the specialty plate has been available for purchase since 2008. It illustrated the striped St. Augustine Lighthouse.

Florida has more than 1,800 miles of coastline, more than

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Volunteer organizations, individuals around Palm Beach County and the globe have been working with the ocean conservancy. Hoping to end the flow of trash at the source ending the flow of trash at the source. It is working to protect the ocean from today’s greatest global challenges creating evidence-based solutions for a healthy ocean and the wildlife and communities that depend on it.

The International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) unites people to remove trash from the world’s beaches and waterways. Thanks to volunteers around the world, the ICC has become a guiding light of hope, leading, and encouraging action in support of the ocean.

Since its beginning, more than seventeen million volunteers have collected more than 348 million pounds of trash.

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