Free Two-Hour Indian River Lagoon Coast Boating Logistics Seminar Coming to Brevard
Boating is a key element in Indian River Lagoon (IRL) coast’s lifestyle and growth phenomena. Florida currently ranks first in the nation in recreational boat registrations, with million recreational pleasure boats registered or titled, according to the National Marine Manufacturers Association. Boating is a major contributor to Florida‘s economy (an estimated $20 billion annually).
Unlike many parts of our nation, the IRL coast is blessed with an extensive range of both fresh and saltwater boating opportunities available to the recreational boater year-round. Boaters have over 160 miles of Atlantic coastline between Ponce and Jupiter Inlets to explore.
Nearly a third of Florida’s pleasure boats are registered to local residents and boaters living within an hour’s drive of the IRL coast; this does not include the many thousands of boaters who travel to the area from other areas. Boaters flock to this region because of its many mangrove islands and protected waters. These provide excellent opportunities for fishing, nature viewing, and recreating along spoil island beaches and exposed sand spits.
However, understanding the nuances of boating in the Brevard’s Lagoon and Ocean waters takes local knowledge and common sense. For this reason, Coastal Angler Magazine will be hosting a Free two-hour Indian River Lagoon Coast Boating Logistics Seminar. Captain Rodney Smith will be the keynote speaker.
To sign-up call or email, Captain Smith 321-750-3374 firstname.lastname@example.org.