Sightseeing in Stuart

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Featured in TC Palm, Treasure Coast Sailing Adventures’ schooner, Lily, is one of the few of its kind left sailing. Since 1999, Captain Fred Newhart has overseen care of the vessel, which hauled lumber between Martha’s Vineyard and Maine in the '70s and '80s, joined by First Mate Jamie Miscoski in 2010. Today, the barge takes up to 35 passengers on scenic tours and private charters that cruise down the Saint Lucie River. Each passenger can choose to help with tasks on deck, such as raising the sails, or simply sit back and sip from a glass of wine.

121 SW Flagler Ave
Stuart,
FL
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Captain John Raasch Charters curates fishing trips and cruises according to passengers' preferences. Licensed and insured captains lead adventure seekers through the North Fork of the Saint Lucie River to catch sand perch, mangrove snapper, and bluefish. Those who prefer to watch fish rather than catch them can enjoy a river cruise, where they might spot dolphins and manatees. Captains also take the helm so groups can enjoy a party on the water without the responsibility of steering the boat. John Raasch has spent the last 35 years fishing; he provides the bait, gear, and licenses, as well as a 21-foot Sea Hunt boat that can accommodate up to eight passengers.

3443 SE Saint Lucie Blvd.
Stuart,
FL
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Riverfront kayaks Paradise Tours leads paddle-propelled expeditions throughout the waters of Southern Florida, from the coastal inlets of St. Lucie, Martin, and Palm Beach counties to the gentle tides of the Atlantic. The company tracks weather patterns and tides to determine the opportune times and location for tours, so guests can enjoy pristine conditions as they gaze at the coral reefs of the Florida Keys or interview manatees about the existence of merpeople. Tours vary from half-day outings to overnight adventures, and Riverfront kayaks caters to paddlers young and old, as well as those interested in fishing during their aquatic excursion.

417 SW Federal Hwy
Stuart,
FL
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