Cattails and knotty trees shake themselves in the breeze drifting off waterways, where gentle wakes spread behind Riverfront Kayaks? colorful vessels. The staff presides over a range of single and double kayaks, as well as paddleboards, which let one stand upon the surface of the water. Their gears purring in the sun, bikes also cruise from the shop with easy speed. During eco-tours and other activities, the crew introduces guests to Florida's rippling rivers, fishing hot spots, and official state fishing story. The organization also rents GoPro cameras to those who want a visual record of their watery fun.
Windshields on boats and cars can't be treated like regular windows. Salt water, hard water deposits, and acid rain can seep into the tiny pores in the glass and small scratches from flying debris can add up, making it extremely difficult to restore the glass to complete transparency. Recognizing this, the cleaning technicians at Glass Rezz, LLC aren't content to just wipe windows and call it a day. They use special measures to restore and resurface the glass and leave behind seamless panes free of blemishes and distortion. Since many stains don't penetrate as deep as those just described, the team also offers straightforward window cleaning for homes and businesses as well as pressure washing for all sorts of surfaces.
Based out of sunny Jupiter on the shores of the warm Gulf Stream, Scuba Works?named Best Dive Center in 2010 by CityVoter?guides aquatic adventurers on scenic diving tours. Helmed by a PADI-trained and certified diving instructor, the intrepid staff continually add to expertise with routine continuing-education courses. In addition to tours, Scuba Works offers basic and advanced open-water scuba-certification classes and stages annual productions of Jacques Cousteau's autobiographical opera, Dive In!.
Insider tips on tidal patterns and secret surf spots, borne of a lifetime in local waters, are part of the intangible edge offered by Singer Island Surf Camp Inc., in operation for the past 15 years and run by a born-and-raised native of Palm Beach. As a Palm Beach County native, camp founder and owner Paige Parker doesn’t remember a time she wasn’t closely tied to the water. When she and her neighborhood pals were kids, she recalls, “The ocean was our playground and our babysitter.” And though it's probably true that anyone with a lifeguard certification could lead snorkeling tours and sportfishing charters, Parker knows that her inborn understanding of the local tidal patterns makes a difference.
A staff of surf-seasoned EMTs and firefighters who are also certified in ocean rescue, lifeguard, CPR, and first aid help Parker lead private and group surfing lessons for all ages and experience levels as well as provide paddleboarding and kayaking instruction. And when school’s out, kids aged 6–16 years old can dive into summer camps and surf along Singer Island's reef-and-sandbar system or paddleboard to Peanut Island. A full rental shop, meanwhile, fills out its stock of standard surf gear with standup paddleboards, kayaks, water trampolines, and inflatable water wheels.
Beach Water Sports matches patrons up with watercraft ranging from paddleboards to powerboats, and encourages them to explore the surrounding azure waters. Seafarers can opt for a relaxing day on a pontoon, even sneaking in some sightseeing on an excursion to Peck Lake to drop in on its populations of manatees and sea turtles. Those eyeing a more-thrilling time on the water can take a rented jet ski buzzing through Hobe Sound and Jupiter or try to start an ocean whirlpool by only paddling on one side of the standup paddleboard.
Players' trot comfortably across the padded turf at City Soccer, whose three indoor fields are bathed in natural light to emulate the outdoors. The fields host pickup games and tournament play alike, and can parlay game time into a party with help from party rooms, game rooms,
and a full line of concessions.