Naples Paddleboard fixes customers up with standup paddleboards and kayaks and sends them skimming over waters surrounding such exotic destinations as Naples Bay, Rookery Bay, and Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park. The company offers rentals, lessons, and even tours of these verdant locales, giving participants not only a taste of the local surroundings but also a good workout. As paddlers cruise pass the 35-acre Clam Pass, they'll see the park's signature sand dunes and mangrove forest, whereas a coastal paddle-by of the 166-acre Delnor-Wiggins Park reveals its gleaming white-sand beaches.
Five spaces, each decorated by an esteemed designer such as Scott Snyder or Jennifer Post, are the centerpiece of this year's Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show. Elegantly designed with fine art, antiques, and furniture, these spaces?part of the Hope Designer Showcase?will exhibit aesthetic and visual appeal and suggest the innovative and envelope-pushing potential of interior design. But the rest of the action, occurring on the peripheral of the showcase, is just as exciting: numerous vendors exhibit their jewelry, antiques, fine art, and furniture for visitors in eye-catching displays. The show lasts four days and showcases goods that run the gamut from antique to modern.
Situated along shorelines in Tampa, Naples, and Key West, Florida Marina Club keeps watercraft ready to crest the waves with docking services, fuel docks, and ship repairs. The marinas’ terra firma amenities match the refinement of their seaside offerings. Restaurants and bars home in on local flavors and international atmospheres, from the Cuban and Caribbean recipes at The Club at Key West Harbour to the weekend pool parties at Tampa’s Hula Bay Club. When not dining or enjoying drinks at Jack's River Bar or Gordon's On The River, members can sweat away cares in saunas, glide through heated infinity pools, or sketch the design for a hypothetical seventh chess piece in restive clubhouses.
Using nothing but water as its fuel, the JetLev R200 jetpack system sends users just above or below the water’s surface. The system works by channeling H2O downward through two powerful jets, creating enough thrust to launch a 350-pound person skyward. Quieter than a standard motor boat, the jetpack offers smooth, stable turning capabilities, allowing users to easily control their direction and elevation. Certified instructors begin sessions with a brief lesson, and they encourage each customer to progress at a comfortable rate.
It would take a massive pool to accommodate every diver who's been trained by Scuba Outfitters of Naples. To date, the company's instructors have educated and certified more than 1,000 scuba divers, and their aquatic alumni only continue to grow in numbers. PADI training begins in Scuba Outfitters' heated indoor training pool, where the experts introduce the most fundamental skills, such as how to avoid dissolving. Eventually, the instructors take students to premier diving locations, including the reefs of Key Largo.