Yacht migration back to the north

Here in South Florida, we have seasonal residents of all types.  Some stay in 2 bedroom, oceanfront condos where they can pass the time on the beach.  Others have country club homes where they can play golf daily, lunch with friends and shop or dine in Palm Beach Gardens later.  Still others bring down mega-yachts for the season.  Jupiter, Boca Raton and Ft. Lauderdale are major destinations for these yachts.  When they come to Jupiter they often winter at marinas like Admirals Cove, Jupiter's premier waterfront community.

But now that the "season" is officially over and the temperatures are started to climb again, it's time for the migration back to the north for the summer.  The Intracoastal Waterway is a great place to see yachts like this one making their way back up the coast to Newport, Long Island or Cape Cod.

Yacht near Jupiter

So now those of us who call Jupiter, Juno Beach and Palm Beach Gardens our year round home turn our attention to the summer sports like golf, snorkeling at places like Coral Cove or pass the time cooling off in the lagoon at Dubois Park or heading over to the beaches at dawn or dusk to try some snook fishing.
Snook can grow to 35 pounds and can be caught right from the beach.

Think this sounds like a great place to live?  It is!  Head over to my website at Coastal Florida Real Estate where you can see all homes for sale in this area.  No other site, not Realtor.com, Trulia or Zillow, have any better, different or more current data.  And none of those other sites have a resident agent who has lived here 22 years and grew up in South Florida.  If you would like to speak with me directly my number is 561-762-4073.