Cruising Destinations

Cruising Destinations
Researching the perfect boating destination? Southern Boating is your source to find all the information you’ll need! Whether you planning to go sailing in the Caribbean or summering in the Northeast United States, our boating destinations resource tool will help you plan the perfect excursion. Before you set sail, stop by the destination section of southernboating.com for:

• seasonal tips and travel ideas
• details about great boating locales
• things to do and see once you arrive
• insider tips, marina information and more!


From Miami to Alabama and lots of top boating destinations in between, Southern Boating online is the first place to log on before you set off on your next trip, no matter if it’s just around the corner or on the other side of the country! Count on our articles to guide you toward the best art galleries, golf courses, fishing spots, dining of all kind and even more points of interest.

Southern Boating has been the top resource for boaters in the Southeast for over forty years and southernboating.com remains the best online tool for yachting enthusiasts planning trips to the top boating destinations all over the country.

Sanibel & Captiva, Florida

I see it, the best cruising destinations fall into one of three categories: the ones we frequent by convenience, the ones we happen upon...

Boat to Baseball

Pack your baseball glove, team shirt and cap, and plan your spring boating to coincide with spring training! Boat owners who enjoy multiple pastimes sometimes...

Abacos, Bahamas

A Step Back in Time Just 135 miles off the coast of Florida, due east of Grand Bahama Island, is unsung, oft overlooked Abaco—the northern...

Saving Sea Turtles

Thirty years dedicated to sea turtle research in The Bahamas has led to sharing that passion with younger generations. Unique encounters with marine life can turn...

Fairhope, Alabama

A Welcome Respite Beneath sprawling moss-draped oaks with their seconds standing by as witness, two sailors from New Orleans marched off fifteen paces between each...

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