4 Must-See Boating Spots You Don’t Want to Miss in Palm Beach County 

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With pleasant weather and beautiful beaches inviting you all year round, Palm Beach County is one of the most ideal destinations to visit in Florida. Known for its picturesque scenery, delectable cuisine, and top-notch boating inventory, it’s no surprise that marine enthusiasts from all over the world flock to this region all year round.

Although there are so many spots a boater would want to place on their must-visit list, there are some places that you certainly don’t want to miss out on while visiting Palm Beach County. 

Peanut Island

Boaters looking to moor or beach their boat at a picturesque spot in the heart of the Port of Palm Beach will find this 80-acre man-made island delightful. From snorkeling and swimming to a getting a glimpse of history and culture, Peanut Island has it all. Cruise over to the island to relax and have a picnic or swim in the crystal blue water and soak up some sun. And for those wanting to add to their experience, take a walk around the Palm Beach Maritime Museum and visit a bomb shelter that was built during the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Jupiter Sandbar

A popular destination among boaters is the Loxahatchee River Sandbar located in the Jupiter/Tequesta area that can accommodate hundreds of people. Conveniently located near the Jupiter Inlet and the Intracoastal Waterway, boaters can enjoy snorkeling in the shallow waters and lots of sunshine and relax while gazing at the waterfront homes and the famous Jupiter Lighthouse. 

Harbourside Place

Harbourside Place in Jupiter is a shopper and diner’s paradise where boaters coming up to the Harbourside Place Marina can find convenient access to everything the popular spot has to offer. Spend the day shopping and dining among some of world class eateries and boutiques and enjoy the views of Jupiter’s intracoastal waterway. 

Downtown West Palm Beach

Cruise into the Palm Harbor Marina if you want to stroll around Downtown West Palm Beach and dine at one of its popular restaurants dotting Clematis Street. Wet slips at the Marina can accommodate yachts up to 250 feet so you won’t have an issue finding yourself a spot here. Local boaters as well as those visiting the area for the first time can enjoy spectacular views of the historical landmarks and live music. 

And if you are looking for boats for sale in Palm Beach, then come visit us at South Florida Yachts to see some of the finest marine inventory in the region!