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Sea Kayaking in Florida

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This revised guide to a fast-growing water sport is for both novices and experienced kayakers. Whether you want to fish or just watch wildlife, sea kayaking offers new ways to enjoy Florida's hidden bays and open oceans. You'll find the latest information for a kayaking adventure: boats, camping, clothing, and gear, as well as an expanded list of boat liveries and outfitters. Learn about the birds, wildlife, and coastal vegetation you can expect to see as you paddle Florida's coasts. In this new edition you'll find new maps and campsite guides to the Big Bend Sea Grasses Saltwater Paddling Trail, as well as an expanded trail itinerary allowing you to see even more of Florida's "nature coast." There are also additional tips, maps, and campsite locations for paddling the open water of the Everglades. Though the Everglades and the Big Bend are the two most important paddling areas of the state, the rest of the coastline is also described, highlighting Florida's history and geography.

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  • Pages: 205

  • Dimensions: 6x9

  • Format:  Paperback
    ISBN: 9781561643226

    12.95
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This revised guide to a fast-growing water sport is for both novices and experienced kayakers. Whether you want to fish or just watch wildlife, sea kayaking offers new ways to enjoy Florida’s hidden bays and open oceans. You’ll find the latest information for a kayaking adventure: boats, camping, clothing, and gear, as well as an expanded list of boat liveries and outfitters. Learn about the birds, wildlife, and coastal vegetation you can expect to see as you paddle Florida’s coasts. In this new edition you’ll find new maps and campsite guides to the Big Bend Sea Grasses Saltwater Paddling Trail, as well as an expanded trail itinerary allowing you to see even more of Florida’s “nature coast.” There are also additional tips, maps, and campsite locations for paddling the open water of the Everglades. Though the Everglades and the Big Bend are the two most important paddling areas of the state, the rest of the coastline is also described, highlighting Florida’s history and geography.Advanced|Alternative|atlantic|Atlantic Coast|back-country|Big Bend|Big Bend Sea Grasses Saltwater Paddling Trail|biological|biologically|biology|Boat|boating|Camp|Camping|Campsite|Carol|Carol Tornatore|Chart|Charter|Chartering|clothing|Coast|Coastal|Craft|Creek|David|Discover Florida|Diverse|ecology|ecosystem|environmentalism|everglades|Experienced|exploration|Explore|explorer|FGC|Florida|Gear|geography|Gluckman|Guide|Guidebook|Gulf Coast|Gulf of Mexico|Handbook|Information|Insider|Itinerary|Kayak|Kayaker|Kayaking|Keys|Liveries|Local|Lodging|Low-Sitting|Lower|Lower Keys|maps|Mark|nature|Nature Coast|navigation|Navigational|Near-Coastal|Nearshore|Novice|ocean|Outfitter|Paddling|Planning|Quiet|Remote|Saltwater|Salwater Paddling|sea|Sea Grasses|Sea Kayaing in the Florida Keys|Second Edition|Shallow|The Keys|Tidal|Tide|Tornatore|Trail|Visit Florida

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