Plantation Beach Club At Indian River

Address: 329 N.E. Tradewind Ln., Stuart, Florida, 34996, United States | Condo
 
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This condo, located on 329 N.E. Tradewind Ln., Stuart, is near Florida Oceanographic Coastal Center, Bathtub Reef, and Savannas Preserve State Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Stuart

      Day 3

      A travel blog entry by 12gkids on Dec 31, 2014

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      Arrived at Outdoor Resort St. Lucie West, Port St. Lucie FL. Home for the next month. A beautiful place, I have never seen so many Prevosts in one place!! We have a nice spot overlooking a small lake, with a lighted fountain. Have seen large turtles but no gators. Larrys cousin Bob & Shirley have a place here as do their friends Ton & Sandy. New Years Celebration at the club house was a luau themed ...

      Stuart for two days AS PLANNED!!

      A travel blog entry by inspiration38 on Dec 01, 2014

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      ... met them last year in Fernandina Beach. They were travelling with our EYC friends, Brian and Jane. We travelled together, on and off, from Fernandina Beach, FL to Coconut Grove, FL and then spent last Christmas Eve together. Hope to catch up with them again at some point.

      Must. Get. Further. South.

      (As you read on, you'll learn that a SMALL weather window DID appear!!)


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      March in Stuart

      A travel blog entry by savagetwo on Mar 16, 2013

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      We decided to stay in Stuart this year. Not a bad place to be either. We joined a fitness center and work out every day. Denny fishes once week with Dave and races with him on Saturdays, so there's plenty of activities. We will be leaving the end of April for our trip home. Hopefully spring will come early. All our best to all our friends and loved ones.
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      Moored at Sunset Bay

      A travel blog entry by savagetwo on Apr 30, 2012

      ... cays that are more rugged, remote and pristine. The Abacos on the other hand offer greater protection, more variety and many inexpensive marinas. We did real well anchoring out for 6 straight weeks in the Exumas. Our on-board water tanks hold 90 gallons (used mainly for dishes and showers). We also have 24 gallons in jerry cans and an additional 10 gallons in smaller containers for drinking water and the Britta filter. ...

      Finally back home

      A travel blog entry by dibsonthis on May 15, 2011

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      ... with us and cheered us on through the dark days in Stuart as we worked and worked on the boat. Thanks to Steve who joined us for the crossing and got stuck in Lake Worth and became our official marriage saver. Jack, whose constant vigilance kept us on a true course and his dog Ickie who kept us entertained. Dale, whose ability to smooth the rough edges on occasion could win him the Nobel Prize for Peace. Dot, a most amazing woman undaunted by any physical (or mental) obstacle gave ...