Southeast Report

By admin ~ September 1st, 2013. Filed under: Southeast Report.



Natural beauty surrounds mariners who drop by Marineland Marina ( in the town of Marineland, Florida. Situated along the ICW, the protected marina makes a serene stopover between Jacksonville and St. Augustine. With 24 slips accommodating vessels up to 100′ and offering free pump-outs, the marina boasts close proximity to a lovely beach, Marineland dolphin research and encounter facility (, plus access to a National Estuarine Research Reserve. Ripple Effect Ecotours arranges eco-educational kayaking experiences and rides on a water-jet propelled vessel powered by vegetable oil. At Marineland it is possible to swim with dolphins and feed the oldest dolphin in captivity, spry 60-year-old Nellie. 

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