Enjoy the coast of NE Florida and SE Georgia
Amelia Island is the farthest northern island in Florida. Lying just south of the Florida-Georgia line, Amelia was once home to pirates and now home to the oldest continuous saloon in the US (The Palace Saloon), Fort Clinch, the Pippy Longstocking House, and hundreds of boutiques, inns, bars and restaurants. On land you will find lots to see and do while on the water you'll navigate along the Intercoastal Waterway (ICW) and along the NE Florida Coast.
While we can't always guarantee wildlife, you'll be able to spot a lot of our local critters that call us "home" such as dolphins, alligators, and manatees.
Cumberland Island and St. Mary's
Cumberland Island is the furthest southern island in Georgia and is home to the famous Cumberland Island Wild Horses. The island lies just to the north of the Florida-Georgia line and a few minutes' sail from our slip on Amelia Island. We'll glide along the banks of the island and you'll be able to spot the horses when they come out to the beach.
Cumberland is just off the coast from St. Mary's Georgia, home to a rather large US Navy submarine base. We'll be on the lookout for one of these subs crossing our bow - they are a sight to see! St. Mary's makes a great place to spend a few hours or a quick overnight with shops and restaurants close to the dock.