The A1A Alehouse, directly across the street from the St. Augustine Municipal Marina

St. Augustine: A Historic Stopover for Boaters

7/6/2012 - In recent years St. Augustine has become a comfortable stop for cruisers. Located at mile 777 on the Intracoastal Waterway, it also has a well-marked inlet to the ocean, making this a popular “hopping off” point for those in transit. While the city has long maintained a modern marina right… SEE MORE
Oriental is a great spot for cruisers to pause, put their feet up for a bit, and enjoy life on the ICW.

Oriental: A Welcoming Spot for Cruisers on the ICW

6/27/2012 - Oriental, North Carolina, is just off the Neuse River at ICW mile 182 and provides a welcoming stop for cruisers. The anchorage just inside the breakwater has good holding and room for a half-dozen boats. Continuing a short distance it becomes obvious this harbor isn’t exclusive to yachts, but is… SEE MORE
Charleston was once a summer resort for plantation owners looking for cool ocean breezes. Today, it's still a great destination.

Cruising Back in Time in Charleston

6/22/2012 - Residents of Charleston are quick to tell you it’s the place where the Ashley and Cooper Rivers join to form the Atlantic Ocean. This confluence has created a peninsula rich in history, gracious in style, and welcoming to those visiting by water. While the cruise ship visitor will land on… SEE MORE