Amelia Boat Club – the concept is simple: people don’t have to own a boat in order to enjoy a boating lifestyle.
Nautical and Marinas
Suntex Boat Club will be launching boat clubs and rentals at Amelia Island Yacht Basin in Fernandina Beach, FL.
Fernandina Harbor Marina Successes include Cooperative Dredging, Environmental Responsibility and Community Outreach Fitting
Here is your chance to view 2 french Navy Schooners arriving on Amelia Island in celebration of Jean Ribault settling here 450 years ago.
Fernandina Beach Marina Manager Joe Springer to receive certified marina manager designation.
The boat ramp at the west end of Ash Street may be closed during dredging of the Fernandina Harbor Marina.
Oyster Bay Harbour and Yacht Club offers a perfect natural waterfront plantation setting that invites special events and memorable moments.
Today the Panama Canal continues to do the exact job it was intended nearly 100 years ago.
Amelia River Cruises and the Cumberland Sound Ferry both offer exclusive private charters for weddings, reunions, birthdays and corporate events. Either cruise offers a two hour, narrated adventure whose tour guides are an abundant wealth of knowledge in the local history of Amelia Island, Fernandina Beach, Fort Clinch State Park, Cumberland Island, Georgia, and the St. Mary‚Äôs and Amelia Rivers.
The Cumberland Sound Ferry connects Amelia Island, Florida to St. Mary’s, Georgia, and offers something for everyone. History buffs, naturalists and even Locals will find out many things about our community that you never knew before. This one is well worth the trip!
Boat trailers are a vital part of any boat package and are responsible for taking you and your boat safely in and out of the water. The trailer is also the place that a boat spends the bulk of its time during any given season, so why would you not want to take extra good care of it and its components?
The fishing Report for Fernandina Beach and Amelia Island, Florida tells us that winds should keep most of us offshore this week in Fernandina Beach. Back water fishing around Amelia Island, however, should be great.
Those who are physically challenged can experience an off shore fishing experience for free. At the Fernandina Beach harbor marina, Amelia Island resident, Captain Steve Hair, keeps his 36 foot charter boat, at the ready for those with physical and developmental disabilities as well as those diagnosed with a terminal illness.
The Fernandina Fishing Forecast for the week of April 7, 2009 is here and the fishing around Amelia Island should continue to be good. Redfish, trout, sheepshead continue to be biting. You can find big drum off the beach and the jetties. Nice size reds are in the rivers and at the jetties.
By: Don Whitman Winds should be decreasing the rest of the week so the seas should be dropping off. We may have a week to get offshore. Big drum are biting every where. Reds and trout can be found in…