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Family Reunion Vacation: 10 Fun-For-All Experiences on Florida’s Adventure Coast

Ever the planner, Monica takes pride in finding unique, memorable Florida adventures for her family vacations. Beyond theme parks and beaches, she gets a thrill out of uncovering insider secrets and hidden destination treasures.

This year, she’s excited to bring her vacation plan together on Florida’s Adventure Coast, Brooksville-Weeki Wachee.

Her family group of eight, ranging in age from seven to.

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Ghost Ship Before and After

From schooner skeleton to seafloor sanctuary; a new Adventure Coast artificial reef

Thanks to vision, volunteers, sponsors and agency partners, a derelict vessel will soon transform into a marine habitat, scuba and fishing destination. Referred to as the “Ghost Ship,” remains of an old two-masted schooner will join the ten Army M-60 tanks that comprise Hernando County’s Bendickson Reef on April.

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My Place For A TV Production Adventure

Shooting an outdoor adventure TV show

Have you ever wondered how video of a bicyclist pedaling across a bridge was filmed or what the story is behind a stunning overhead shot of a bald eagle? If you’re like most people, the answer is probably “No, it never crossed my mind.”

In the flow of television programming, such shots and views simply.

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How Sunsets Soothe Your Soul On Florida’s Adventure Coast

Choose a cruise with Bayport River Safari

Has your day been kind of busy? Maybe even a little stressful? Wind down on the water. Feel your cares melt away as you step aboard the roomy Bayport River Safari vessel. You’ll find plenty of front row seating for.

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Discover Hernando Beach

Do you love exploring Florida’s coastal communities? Is it a favorite pastime when visiting or revisiting parts of this peninsular state? If so, then Hernando Beach will be a revelation.

Poised on the calm, relatively shallow Gulf of Mexico, Hernando Beach is a sun-baked, thriving community laced with canals. It’s where boats live and launch from marinas and backyard docks..

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Man-cation Inspiration

Who says only girls can have a getaway? We’ve cooked up a two-day Adventure Coast Itinerary filled with adrenaline-pumping, stereotypically manly activities!

Your adventure begins with fishing on the Gulf Coast, followed by an afternoon at the Sportsman’s Club and touring a local brewery. On the following day, test your skills at World Woods Golf Course and feel the rush.

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Artificial Reefs: Thriving Underwater Habitats on Florida’s Adventure Coast

The Florida’s Adventure Coast coastline is more than a wonderful place to watch Gulf of Mexico sunsets or boat, fish and scallop dive. It also boasts a dynamic underwater ecosystem. Scroll through our artificial reef update for a cool, refreshing view of life beneath the surface.

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Boating On Florida’s Adventure Coast: How The U.S. Coast Guard Helps You Stay Safe

Our spectacular region of the Gulf of Mexico is inviting for many boaters. Its shallow clarity is ideal for fishing, scalloping, snorkeling or just exploring. Whatever type of craft you use on the water, from kayak to sail or powered vessel, here are four key elements to boat smart and stay safe.

On the water, safety is no accident; it’s.

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Artificial Reefs and Future Plans

by Keith Kolasa

Community Collaboration

Florida’s Adventure Coast has had a long history of artificial reef construction thanks to the support of its residents, fishing clubs, dive shops, members of the Hernando County Port Authority and the Board of County Commissioners.

Through continued community support there has been a concerted effort to create viable and diverse marine habitats while also creating interesting.

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Seagrass Meadows: Natural Wonders

Sunlight and Clear Water

The Gulf of Mexico waters along Florida’s Adventure Coast boast an estimated 250,000 acres of seagrass beds. Among the most abundant in continental North America, second in area only to the Florida Keys, these underwater meadows host thriving ecosystems. Thanks in part to the relatively shallow depth of our area of the Gulf, these aquatic plants get.

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