Liquid Surf and Sail fuels endless aquatic exhilaration for surfers who find solace atop the crest of waves or kayakers enamored with the feel of paddling through frothy spumes. At three sea-adjacent locations, visiting watersports enthusiasts can peruse Liquid Surf and Sail’s high-end kayaks, surfboards, and standup paddleboards for sale and rental. Visitors can also gear up for all-day splashing with the shops’ collections of swimwear, sunglasses, and sunscreen, which is great for blocking UV rays and slipping out the grasp of touchy-feely manatees. Liquid Surf and Sail often carries gear and apparel from brands such as O'Neill, North Sails, Wilderness Systems, and Dakine.
Whether for a custom cake or a gourmet sandwich, visitors to Adonna's Bakery & Cafe will find an extensive selection of sweet treats and savory edibles. With more than 40 years of experience, the family-owned business prides itself on quality ingredients and products that, much like a sandcastle next to a wave pool, is made with great care. The pastry case always a selection of cookies, cupcakes, and sweets, while the cake gallery displays options for a wedding, special occasion, or a televised food fight. On the cafe side, guests can stop by for a breakfast sandwich, fluffy quiche, or a range of hearty sides.
The recreational sailors at The Island Watersports maintain a fleet of sea-worthy vessels including safe, stable WindRider trimarans. During four-hour sailing stints, up to four people can pile onto the netted canopies and center cockpit to trade the buildings, highways, and Earth elementals of solid land for the freedom of the sea. One person chosen by the group to guide the craft receives a 15- to 20-minute lesson covering the basics of catching breezes for fuel and operating the foot-pedal steering controls. The tri-pronged craft supports up to 800 pounds, and the fully battened main sail on a rotating mast keeps the ship stable even during fish stampedes. MP3 players can belt out favorite songs when plugged into the boat's audio system, and guests are encouraged to bring along a small cooler filled with seaworthy beverages and snacks. Island Watersports' current sailing season will end in October but may go into November if weather permits and the boats don't get grounded for sneaking out to Make-Out Reef. The Island Watersports reopens for the next season on March 1.
Core Nutrition designs personalized wellness programs that can help customers reach their fitness goals, whether they’re looking to lose weight, build and tone muscle, or simply sleep better at night. Customers can take advantage of free fit camps, wellness coaching, weight-loss challenges, and high-octane smoothies packed with proteins and vitamins.
Technicians at Clear Choice Glass secure glass craters measuring up to three inches, backing their deft workmanship with a lifetime warranty. During each individual repair, which last roughly 30-minutes, the techs stabilize window dings with adhesives that prevent the damage from growing into larger chips, turning into irreparable cracks, or spreading to nearby liberty bells. In-house staffers greet customers who travel to the facility, while customers within 40 miles can invite the mobile repairmen to their home, office, or the scene of the damage to ensure stable glass and restored visibility.
The chromatic champions at Color Wheel Paint dispense distinctive pigmentations in more than 1,600 colors, along with providing the necessary tools to complete any painting project. Coat abashedly naked walls with a gallon of flat Hi-Hide interior paint ($19.86/gallon) or Optima Satin Supreme ($31.73/gallon), which can colorize anything from bedroom walls to the picket fence marking the boundary of your office's cubicles. Drab exteriors receive a tinting treatment with a gallon of Tropicoat 100% Acrylic Latex Paint ($30.65/gallon), primed with a coating of Quick Cure Acrylic Conditioner ($25.16/gallon), ideal for previously painted surfaces. Home tidiers can also aid the spreading process with Master Choice tools, such as the Klondike 3-inch angle sash brush ($14.72), with a soft bristle for ticklish walls, and the 12'x15' canvas drop cloth ($20.43).