aboardhExplore Nantucket's wild coastlinehSail alongside uniform grand clapboard man-sions that dot the landscape on Nantucket hSwim in the still waters of Nantucket Sound hCruise to the exclusive and tiny 300-year-oldfishing village at Menemsha Harbour,Martha's VineyardhAsk the chef to prepare a clambake on thebeach - a true Vineyard tradition hInvestigate the secluded beaches on Martha'sVineyard for sunbathing and swimming hFeast on freshly caught scallops from the dockson Martha's Vineyard prepared by your chefdon't misshThe Newport Jazz Festival runs throughoutthe first week of August every year ashorehRoam the crescent-shaped island of Nantucket by bicycle hTread the turf on the courts of The International Tennis Hall of Fame, NewporthFor extraordinary lobster try The Clarke CookeHouse (aka 'The Candy Store') in Newport hVisit the Whaling Museum, Nantucket Town hExplore wooded trails at Waskosim's RockReservation, Martha's Vineyard hRide Martha's Vineyards Flying HorsesCarousel hCheck out the Blink Gallery, Newport hHook up with the Freedom Trail - a red-brickline linking the historic sights of Boston CRUISING GUIDEI 41
floridaArenowned haven for the rich and famous, thecoastline of Florida, from Palm Beach toMiami to the Florida Keys, has long sandybeaches, world-class golf courses, elegant palm-linedboulevards, sophisticated boutiques, and animpressive array of galleries, entertainment andnightlife. Lying at the southern most tip of the State,from Key West to Key Largo, the Florida Keys are likean elongated string of cities. Day 1Miami Beach to Elliot Key(20 nautical miles) Day 2Elliot Key to Key Largo(27 nautical miles) Day 3Key Largo to Islamorada(15 nautical miles) Day 4Islamorada to Duck Key(23 nautical miles) Day 5Duck Key to Newfound Harbour(28 nautical miles) Day 6Newfound Harbour to Key West(25 nautical miles) Day 7Key West aboardhCruise past the pastel-coloured Art Decobuildings in the booming metropolis of Miami hSnorkel and fish in the waters around BacheShoal, teeming with fish, lobster and coral hCool off on deck with a Rum Runner punch inWindley Key hCruise with the dolphins to Hawk's Cay ResorthAnchor off the secluded Little Palm Island hSnorkel in the Looe Key Marine Sanctuarydon't misshMade up of six islands, Islamorada calls itselfthe 'Fishing Capital of the World'. Go aftersailfish offshore, bonefish along the Atlanticshallows, or redfish and tarpon in Florida BayashorehStroll along the harbour at Key West Bightand dine on local Conch cuisinehIndulge in the fantastic boutiques alongDuval Street, Key West hDance the night away in Florida Keys, startingwith the daily sunset party at Mallory Square42IICHARTER COLLECTION 2012?Expert opinion Charter BrokerAgnes Howard Before you embark on a charter through theFlorida Keys, spend a few days soaking upMiami's vibrant atmosphere. Miami's dazzlingblue waters, fine sandy beaches, and abundanceof cultural attractions never seem to fade. Fromsunbathing on Miami Beach to playing golf orpeople watching, Miami is all about the outdoors.?