Cedar Cove Beach & Yacht Club

Address: 192 Second St., Cedar Key, Florida, 32625 , United States | Condo
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      Travel Blogs from Cedar Key

      Stricter Rules As Manatee Numbers Rise

      A travel blog entry by riverventuresfl on Feb 12, 2015

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      ... himself and one of his favorite manatees "Snuffy."River
      Venture in-water tour guide and Captain Sean Daugthery drives guests
      back to shore from their swim-with-manatee ...

      Seekühe / Manatees

      A travel blog entry by diekleine on Dec 27, 2014

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      ... sich in Florida dumm und dämlich an den ganzen Mautstellen bezahlen.


      Our next destination was Crystal River. I hoped to see many manatees there and we decided to look for them by taking a kayak. We rented the kayak at a company that was located close to the lake and they left us with the boats at the launch area. Just when we started our self-guided tour we saw the first manatee (the English name manatee is so much cuter than the German word "Sea ...

      Cedar Key

      A travel blog entry by tradition on Nov 05, 2014

      11 photos

      ... the RV and on our way by noon for Cedar Key on the coast. Much nicer roads to drive..no stress! The lady at the desk is a workamper and gave us some info. Set up RV and then took a drive to the water - town of Cedar Key for the sunset and an ice cream ...

      Swimming / Snorkeling with the manatees!

      A travel blog entry by thetravelwench on Jun 13, 2012

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      ... out to look for some manatees.

      We got to an area and my husband spotted a manatee. Since we were doing this in the summer, I was really worried that we wouldn’t see any manatees, so I was ready to get into the water. We went near the area where the manatee was spotted and all slipped into the water. Since it was summer, the visibility is poor due to algae blooms. We snorkeled around for a little bit and didn’t see any ...

      Cedar Key, FL - Florida without Disney

      A travel blog entry by cedarkey.cindy on Jan 15, 2012

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      Cedar Key has a feeling of the land that time forgot. We love the area and have been visiting since 1996. We love paddling the backwaters, birdwatching, visiting shops and bars on Dock Street, and just hanging around. Cedar Key Florida is the friendliest little town in the state.